Here you will find information, advice and free resources addressing a range of internet safety issues and concerns. Webwise offers free advice and support for teachers, parents and young people. It is funded by the Department of Education and Skills and the EU safer internet programme.
The Department of Education and Skills is led by the Minister for Education who is assisted by two Ministers for state. You will find a vast range of information on this site about all aspects of the Irish Education sector.
The National Parents council is the umbrella organization for affiliated parents associations. Our school’s Parents Association is affiliated to the National Parents Council. The NPC website provides lots of information about good practice for parents associations, training and early childhood development.
On this site you will find news of current exhibitions, location and opening hours of Dublin’s libraries. A log in facility to renew books is also available together with a host of links to other useful sites.
The National Gallery is home to the national collections of Irish and European art. It is located in the centre of Dublin with one entrance on Merrion Square and another on Clare Street. Details of current permanent and temporary exhibitions are available on the site.
The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment provides a very useful site outlining the curricula in use in Irish schools together with the latest news on current initiatives in Irish Education.
Discover primary science is part of the Science Foundation Ireland website and includes sections on Classroom activities, research and information on the SFI Discovery Centres.
The Hugh Lane is the home of Ireland’s contemporary art collection. The Gallery operates a Kids Club. Full details available on the site.
An informative and useful site for parents outlining what on in Dublin for kids.
The NCSE is the body charged with improving the delivery of education services to persons with special educational needs. The local service is delivered through the network of Special educations Needs Organisers (SENO)
Catholic Primary Schools Management Association provides advice and support for Chairpersons and Principals of Boards of Management in over 2,800 schools. Collaborate with other management bodies and negotiate on behalf of these schools with the Department of Education and Skills and other education partners.