English, Gaeilge, Art, Music and Maths resources to help celebrate Mardi Gras.
A collection of over 50 cross-curricular resources for Pancake Tuesday.
Ash Wednesday 2017 will be celebrated on 1 March. Here you will find videos and resources.
Recognising schools that are embracing the web as a communication tool
Bia Sláintiúil: Áis ó Spar a féidir a húsáid i rith Seachtain na Gaeilge.
Peer Led Activities: A collection of History, Maths, Geography, English and Gaeilge resources.
The 2017 Lenten season is from 1 March to 13 April. Here are a collection of resources about Lent.
Holy Week begins on Palm Sunday, 9 April and will run to Holy Saturday 15 April.
Easter is one of the most important dates on the Christian calendar. It is also a favourite of chocolate lovers.
Séideán Sí: Irish language educational resources based on the primary curriculum.
New primary teacher resource pack called Kitchen Chemistry is now available.
Resources for learning letters and words: nouns/verbs and more
Celebrate student success and participation with weekly, monthly or yearly award ceremonies.
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.
Access to excellent teaching and learning content that relates to Ireland or directly supports the Irish primary curriculum.
The Digital Archive is a complete reproduction of every page of The Irish Times from 1859. It is fully searchable by keyword or date and is available in all schools now.
Ask About Ireland is an initiative of public libraries, local museums and archives. It provides information, images, activities, audio and video on all aspects of Ireland, past and present.
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