Easter is coming, and you can find all the curriculum links you need on our themepage.
A collection dedicated to the Irish oral including general conversation, the twenty picture sequences and reading poetry.
A collection of resources to support 25 years of the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement
PDST-created learning path of resources to help students with their case-studies.
The 2022/23 questionnaire is now available to take in class on Census At School.
What is Lent? Will you give something up or try something new for the next 40 days? Find out more here.
Cyberwise is an Irish initiative run by UCD to help students learn the dangers of the online world and how to remain safe.
Holocaust Remembrance Day was on 27th January. Listen to the testimony of a survivor of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.
The PDST PE team has a vast array of non contact PE activities available in Irish and English.
A collection of practical and useful resources to both promote inclusion and diversity, and encourage language development.
Information, advice and free resources covering a range of internet safety issues and concerns.
Scoilnet Maps' OSi Map Viewer has a new data layer showing the proportion of women in local government in Ireland.
Access to primary source documents through national and local newspapers covering hundreds of years of Irish history.
OSi’s large scale maps, aerial photography, historic maps and Discovery series maps for the Republic of Ireland.
A biographical reference work for Ireland. Free to access Spring 2020. Sample activities inside.
Anytime, anywhere access to Britannica for students and teachers.
Packed full of amazing resources, great for teachers, parents and students at any time of the year. There are hundreds of videos, activity sheets and ideas for lesson plans and more in Irish and in English.
Short videos illustrating ways in which digital technologies can be integrated into teaching, learning and assessment.
DLplanning.ie provides a lens for how digital technologies can be used to support teaching, learning and assessment.
Free online courses for teachers with a focus on integrating digital technology in teaching, learning and assessment.
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