Singfónaic - Musical Gaeilge Sounds

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SingFónaic are delighted to invite Teachers and Principals to attend an Information Afternoon on

Tuesday, 28th April, from 5 to 6pm, in Blackrock Education Centre

  • ● New, innovative & interactive Irish Phonics Programme
    ● Aligned to the New Primary Language Curriculum
    ● Piloted in three National Schools
    ● Secure personal login
    ● Irish lessons made fun and engaging
    ● Children & Teachers learning the Irish Phonics through the Irish Alphabet, rhymes, songs, poems, dictation lists, fun characters & games
    ● Trial version will be made to teachers who attend

For further information please go to www.singfonaic.ie, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call  087 970 2472

Minding your Wellbeing

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 This training will support teachers to explore strategies for supporting their own wellbeing with a particular emphasis on good self care practices.  It takes place in Blackrock Education Centre on Thursday 5th March.  For other dates and venues please click here.

The learning objectives of the training are:

  • To improve participants understanding of a positive approach to mental wellbeing and how it can be actively applied for their own wellness.
  • To improve participants understanding of the need for good self care practices and how they can build them into their day to day lives.
  • To understand the potential benefits of challenging their own thinking habits and supporting positive thought processes for better wellbeing.
  • To understand what builds resilience for day to day living and how the regular use of mindfulness and gratitude practices may support their mental wellbeing.
  • To prompt participants to further explore the area of mental wellbeing and self care beyond the training, to enhance their own skills and knowledge for increased and long term benefit.

Read more: Minding your Wellbeing

STE(A)M in Junior Cycle

JCT STEAMTechnology in the Future: With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility!

With Partners Confirm Smart Manufacturing and Microsoft 

confirm logo webmicrosoft logoThe 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. 

 Book your place in one of our Seminars to be held in Microsoft DreamSpace on Saturday 29th February OR 25th April 2020, from 9 to 2pm.  For bookings please click here.

Dun Laoghaire Harbour

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


Written by Dr Séamus Cannon with Gráinne O'Malley and Colin Scudds, You'd be Filled with Wonder tells the story of the 200 year old Dun Laoghaire Harbour.  This is a story of shipwrecks, forgotten heroes, prison ships & tordepoes! Above all it is a human story of poverty, hardship and true determination. 


€9 per book - school library pack of 30 books, €200.  They can be bought directly at the Centre or through our publishing website, www.becpublishing.com

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Move Well, Move Often - Seminar Day 4

move wellThis 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.

Read more: Move Well, Move Often - Seminar Day 4

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