Róisín Finnegan, a pupil at Holy Faith Secondary School, Clontarf, was announced as the winner of A Poem for Ireland at the Grand Final which took place in Dublin Castle.
The European Center for Modern Languages (ECML) welcome your contributions to an online consultation. From these online consultations, ECML will identify 16 experts which will form two think tanks to address topics of great importance across Europe and beyond.
The Teaching Council is organising a webinar on the theme of 'Leadership for Inclusive Schools' with keynote speaker Dr Gerry Mac Ruairc (School of Education, UCD).
The JCSP Demonstration Library Project, in collaboration with Poetry Ireland, invites the entire nation to take time out and to ‘Drop Everything and Read’ for 20 minutes at 12 noon on Friday April 29th.
The overall prize for the MEDEA User Generated Award went to Labhair Linn! Cabhraigh Linn! Speak with Us! Support Us! submitted
by Edel Crosbie.
Interested in Development Education? Post-primary schools are invited to apply for a Global Passport Award.
Students are invited to write and perform a song celebrating the modern, multi-cultural Ireland of 2016.
The competition aims to help young people research and understand various issues relating to drug and alcohol use in Irish society.
RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta is inviting secondary schools across the country to send in proposals for radio programmes on the theme of 1916.
A competition for TY students exploring how young people can contribute to shaping Ireland's foreign policy has been announced by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
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