29 Nov - 5 Dec 2019
Find a wide range of Junior Cycle and Leaving Certificate Mathematics resources in this new student area by the PDST Maths Team.
Oral Irish collection with general advice, sample oral exams, reading a poem & the pictures.
It's not all about winning!
Here are some great competitions for students to participate in.
Learn a new creative activity each week with this 12 week video-podcast series.
Learn all about newspapers and the writing, analysis, preparation and photography that's involved in putting one together.
Captivate your students with these INFOMAR resources and supporting teacher created activities.
Explore how images are formed by plane and spherical mirrors using these NEW simulations.
Available in English and Irish
Be in Ctrl is a new Webwise resource that addresses online sexual coercion and extortion.
NUI Galway Microbiology recently launched videos describing common laboratory methods used in microbiology teaching and research.
A new specification for Leaving Certificate Agricultural Science will be implemented from September 2019.
Scoilnet has collaborated with the RTÉ Archives to bring together a collection of resources that relate directly to the Senior Cycle History Curriculum
Self Help Africa have created a new resource called What Is It? Find the answer to the above image here.
Did you know that schools have access to licensed digital content through the Schools Broadband Network?
Collections present a highlighted area for resources on particular topics.They are written by Irish-based teachers with links chosen for their usefulness to the selected topic and applicability to the Irish curriculum.
Dedicated areas to support the new subjects.
Covers information and resources on the national strategies
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