"Visual Thinking Strategies" is an inquiry-based teaching method that improves critical thinking skills, encourages participation and problem-solving.
Focus on Wellbeing this June after a long and challenging year in primary schools across the country. Resources for classroom and staffroom.
With Covid-19 still very much an ongoing issue in primary schools across the country, make your lessons fun and engaging with our Outdoor Activities collection.
Use the interactive map to find a suitable school tour near you.
Allow pupils to step into the world of fun and discovery offered by virtual tours.
The PDST Primary PE team has developed non contact activities to support the teaching of Physical Education.
Scoilnet has partnered with Irish Water to bring you wonderful educational resources about water.
A collection of videos that capture novel and engaging aspects of chemistry-based science topics.
Many folk dances contain specific dance steps which can be taught individually or watched at home.
A remote learning list highlighting external recommendations made by teachers during the school closure period.
Be amazed at how quickly pupils adapt to learning online with these sample lesson ideas.
Themepages present a thematic approach to learning and teaching. They are written by Irish-based teachers with links chosen for their usefulness to the selected theme and applicability to the Irish curriculum.
Develop a physically literate child through the lens of Fundamental Movement Skills with these Move Well, Move Often PDST resources.
A directory listing organisations with educational resources supporting education for sustainable development.
The Scoilnet STEM directory highlights well-known accomplished STEM repositories in Ireland, Europe and Internationally.
Covers information and links on the national literacy and numeracy strategies as well as basic information on special educational needs. The Dates and Festivals calendar is used by teachers seeking to engage students in topical learning.
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