School level

Collections from the PDST Maths Team

The Professional Development Service for Teachers Maths Team has developed and shared a wide selection of classroom-based resources.

From Bisector to Circumcenter
NEW PDST Maths collection with prior knowledge tasks, problem-solving tasks, and extension tasks.

Daily Maths Bank
Check out the different maths topics that were covered each day during the school closure period.

GeoGebra - Student Area
GeoGebra files with supporting worksheets covering every strand. Suitable for JC, TY, and LC

More PDST Maths Collections

Collections from more Organisations/Directory

The following organisations have begun uploading resources to Scoilnet. These resources are well worth checking out.

UCD Post-Primary Resources
Leaving Certificate maths video tutorials and a Maths Spark resource park for TY students.

Tá liosta d’acmhainní
chun tacú le múineadh na Matamaitice insan Iar-bhunscoil.

Financial Education
‘Money Matters’, a personal finance short course for Junior Cycle and Money Counts for LCA.

More Collections from Organisations

Collections from Teachers

Any teacher can share resources through Scoilnet by signing into Scoilnet and clicking the Add a Resource button. The following collections showcases resources from teachers who regularly share their resources through the Scoilnet national portal.

Anne Gilleran created four lessons to help students investigate situations in which letters stand for quantities.

Coordinate Geometry
Three lessons to encourage students to investigate properties of points, lines and line segments in the co-ordinate plane.

Aoife McDonnell created a lesson on the types of numbers. Supporting worksheets and videos available.

More Teacher Collections

Take Part and Be Counted in the Schools'Annual Census

CensusAtSchool is an online educational project that takes place every year with the aim of bringing statistics to life in the classroom. Schools take part voluntarily. Supervised by teachers, students use a variety of digital devices that are connected to the Internet to answer 30 questions about their lives and opinions. The data is then collated and made available for class exercises, so that students can see the real-life relevance of statistics.

Take Part in the 2020 Questionnaire    |   CSO Results   |   Resources

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