Scoilnet and the PDST Primary STEM team have joint together to bring you resources for Science Week.
Theme: Climate Change
College Awareness Week is a national campaign promoting the benefits of going to college.
17 - 23 November
UNICEF Ireland has developed a new poster for schools to mark World Children's Day.
Home Economics teacher, Danielle Conaty, uploaded resources for teachers such as Socrative, Quizlet, Kahoot, and revision booklets.
Learn all about newspapers and the writing, analysis, preparation and photography that’s involved in putting one together.
JellyLab Online is a video based science education resource for primary school teachers in Ireland created by UCD research Scientists.
Find a wide range of Junior Cycle and Leaving Certificate Mathematics resources in this new student area by the PDST Maths Team.
Scoilnet has collaborated with the RTÉ Archives to bring together a collection of resources that relate directly to the Irish Primary School History Curriculum.
Use these digital spelling tests on 100 commonly misspelt words to kick start your student's spelling ability.
Schools now have access to the Irish Newspaper Archive through the Schools Broadband Network. Over 60 newspapers are included.
This particular collection provides a platform for students to become a more self-directed learner in Algebra.
Gearrfhíseáin ina léirítear na bealaí ina bhféadfaí ICT a cheangal leis an teagasc agus leis an bhfoghlaim.
Tugtar breac-chuntas i Lámhleabhar Ríomhfhoghlama an SFGM – Teicneolaíocht san Oideachas ar threoir chéim ar chéim chun an Ríomhfhoghlaim a phleanáil i do scoil.
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