Watch the short film "The Hunger Times" on our dedicated theme page.
Threads is an initiative that provides an online space for schools to store and share their student’s oral history projects
Scoilnet has collaborated with the RTÉ Archives to bring together a collection of resources that relate directly to the Irish Primary School History Curriculum
A collection of resources on the history of the Beatles containing quizzes, presentations and ideas for activities.
Scoilnet's collection of resources to support schools visiting the Coming Home: Art & The Great Hunger exhibition.
Ogham in 3D is a website that provides the location of more than 400 known 'orthodox' Ogham inscriptions.
Explore 12 multiplication resources for quizzes, flashcards and multiplication table.
Séideán Sí: Irish language educational resources based on the primary curriculum.
A collection of resources with regard to teaching Irish through fun games and activities.
Resources detailing Tom Crean's life and heroics in Antarctica.
A collection of resources featuring the counties of Galway, Mayo and Sligo.
This theme page includes resources on various world religions such as Judaism, Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism.
Acmhainní Foghlama Digiteacha ina bhfuil naisc le cluichí, pleananna ceachta agus beochan.
A collection of resources to support the Jolly Phonics programme.
A collection of resources to support English Oral Language lessons across all class levels.
A selection of resources for teaching numbers through Irish.
Kitchen Chemistry is an excellent resource for teachers and students to use during Science Week 2017.
Recognising schools that are embracing the web as a communication tool.
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.
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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