Our School Roadshows section provides information on roadshows who visit schools throughout the country providing kids entertainment, skill demonstrations and expert guest speakers. We also have additional sections on speakers for Parents Associations and providers of in-school or afterschool classes
“SUCCESS IN SCHOOL!” Student Enrichment Services’ annual seminar returns to Dublin & Cork in August & September. This weekend workshop helps students change their attitude to school, increases their confidence and helps them to achieve to their full potential. Classes for First to Sixth Years. Find out more here
YouthConnect is the educational, engagement and student support programme of the ICTU, developed in collaboration with the teaching unions and the Irish Second-level Students’ Union. Find out more here
Waltons New School of Music offers a great range of dynamic, interactive outreach music and cultural workshops, as well as longer-term music courses, for primary schools, post-primary schools and youth centres. Find out more
Artzone have work in many different ways with Primary Schools and Childcare organisations to deliver short and long term art programmes. We offer Primary Teacher In-service Training, Teacher Mentoring (Arts & Crafts), In-school Art Days, After School Art Classes, Art Teacher in Residence Service. Further information
The Heritage in Schools scheme makes available to primary schools a panel of 165 heritage specialists who will, at the request of a teacher, visit a primary school to work directly with the children. You can search for a specialist by their county and their area of interest. Find out more here
BeSecureOnline provide talks on Online safety, Cyberbullying, Sexting, Socialmedia for primary (3RD Class upwards) and Secondary students, Teachers and Parents. Age appropriate, real world examples, some serious straight talking for older Teenagers. Find out more
Little Rainbow Academy Ireland offer activities to boost your primary and secondary school's curriculum in a fun and interactive ways. We provide schools and after-school groups with a variety of programmes including Philosophy with Children and Teenagers (P4C), Drumming & Rhythm Playshop, Samoan Salsa Dance, Relaxation with Sound and Mindfulness, Educational and Interactive Mural Art Project. Read more....
The Dublin SPCA offers a wide range of education services to suit all ages and levels of ability. We are happy to pay a visit to your school where we will give an in-class talk. We can work with all ages of students and are happy to create an age/ability appropriate session tailored to your group’s interests. Further Information
Want to teach your students about the impact they have on the world? Water Explorer is an exciting online initiative for children aged 8-15 to get involved in water conservation missions where they can win prizes such as workshops, cameras, and even a place at the National and International Water Explorer Awards Ceremonies. Find out more
Smart Futures is a government-industry programme that provides secondary school students in Ireland with FREE career talks from role models working in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). Find out more here
Junior Einsteins Science Club teaches children core aspects of Biology, Chemistry & Physics through experiments, practical ‘make and do’, worksheets and instruction for primary school aged children. Find out more about our Science Club Activities
Dogs Trust visit schools in Dublin to help educate young people about the consequences of irresponsible dog ownership, through our Schools Workshop Programme and our curriculum linked classroom resources. Further information....
Let the students have a ball with juggling workshops! Students watch then learn juggling skills and presentation. All levels of talent is catered for in this fun interactive workshop. The facilitator, Jack Flash, has over 20 years experience as a juggler and a Dublin based magician. Find out more here
The Conradh na Gaeilge Road Show is an interactive Irish language workshop which visits more than 150 schools yearly. Through debate, discussion and games, the workshop aims to encourage and empower students to use their Irish more often outside school. Find out more