Our Centre, in conjunction with the Department of Education and Skills, the Government and the public health authorities, will keep the situation under ongoing review. Any changes will be communicated on our homepage.
Please note that all NIPT events (workshops/cluster meettings) scheduled up to April 19th are postponed.
Know the Score is a resource for addressing substance use in Senior Cycle. The resource contains 14 lesson plans addressing alcohol and drug use suing interactive and experiential teaching methodologies. this training will support teachers to deliver this programme in their school. This resource was jointly developed by the HSE,the Department of Education and the Drug and Alcohol Task Forces.
In Blackrock Education Centre on Friday 8th May, from 9:30 to 3:30. For other dates, venues and bookings please click here.
This spring, the PDST are delighted to offer the next phase of Physical Literacy training for primary schools – Seminar 4 whichfocuses on developing pupil’s motivation and confidence to participate in physical activity for life. In this seminar, participants will explore a variety of strategies that can be easily implemented in PE lessons to motivate and develop pupils’ confidence to improve participation in the PE lesson and also in physical activity within and outside of school. Developing motivation andconfidence is a key element of every child’s physical literacy development.
The venue for these courses is Kill O' The Grange N.S. Deansgrange, on 2nd and 11th March, 9:30 to 3:30 - click here for bookings
Inniúlacht Fhisiciúil Seimineár 4 - Spreagadh agus Muinín (EARRACH 2020): 30/03/20 (09:30 - 15:30) - Cláraigh ar www.pdst.ie/onlinebooking
You’d be filled with wonder to hear claps like thunder
And rocks burst asunder in the atmosphere;
With brave stone-helvers and jolly miners,
From different nations you’ll find them there.”
Ballad on the visit of King George IV to Dún Laoghaire, 1821
The world is changing at a rapid pace. In order to respond to the emerging challenges of our future, we need to empower our young people to think, choose and innovate in ways that will enhance and sustain our lives, communities and world, now and into the unknown tomorrow. It is on this premise that the theme for STE(A)M in Junior Cycle 2020 - "SOLUTION GENERATION" is based.
Congratulations to Kathleen Moran and all JCSP Librarians!!!
The CBI Award is presented in recognition of an outstanding contribution to the world of children’s books.
The Health and Safety Authority has developed resources to give farm safety messages to Primary students in 30 minutes. These are available at www.hsa.ie/education under Teacher Supports and Resources.
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