ATTENTION PRINCIPALS Have you missed the recent PDST Information Seminars for the New Primary Language Curriculum? EXTRA SESSIONS NOW SCHEDULED FOR JANUARY 2016
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Water Explorer FREE Teacher Workshop by Global Action Plan (GAP) Are you a Primary teacher (2nd to 6th class)? or Secondary teacher (1st & 2nd years)? Need some fresh ideas about teaching the theme of water? Water Explorer is an exciting new online initiative for schools on the theme of Water. When: Tuesday, 2 February 2016 […]
Help My Kid Learn Z-Cards are for parents of primary school children. They are credit sized cards that fold out like a map with 24 great ways to keep children entertained and learning over Christmas – be it on car journeys, rainy days or out and about. It links with a website called www.helpmykidlearn.ie that provides […]
PRIMARY SCHOOL TRAINING Date: 11th December 2015 Venue: Dublin West Education Centre, Tallaght, Co. Dublin Time: 9.30am – 2.30pm Tutors: Annemarie Bennett, Dietitian, HSE & Caroline Peppard, Physical Activity Co-ordinator, HSE CLICK HERE Physical health training_primary_11.12.15 FOR DETAILS AND AN APPLICATION FORM POST PRIMARY SCHOOL TRAINING Date: 14th December 2015 Venue: Dublin West […]
CLCK ON LINK BELOW TO VIEW CURRENT ICT COURSES ICT Poster A3 Spring 2016 CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO DOWNLOAD APPLICATION FORM ICT participant application form Spring 2016
This cluster meeting is targeted at management and teachers involved in the report and SIP design for the SSE process for Improving Numeracy in your school.
Due to popular demand this workshop, which took place over two dates in September, will now be repeated this December.
A workshop for helping you to get started with the complex area of Oral Language using the 5 components of effective Oral Language instruction.
PDST are delighted to provide a one-day Child Protection seminar (primary). All newly-appointed Designated Liaison Persons (DLP) and Deputy Designated Liaison Persons (DDLP) are advised to attend this event to gain clarity on their role and an understanding of staff responsibilities under the Child Protection Guidelines and Procedures.