|Junior chef has run courses successfully for transition year students. It is a weekly cooking and kitchen management course that teaches young people to manage independently. To share great ideas with their friends, learn skills that will develop confidence in the kitchen, cook delicious meals for themselves, both main courses and deserts,and change their eating habits to a healthier lifestyle. This course is highly recommended by teachers and the young people who have benefitted from the course. Prices on request. View Course dates.
Visit our website for more information on our classes.|
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Charleville, 131 NewtownparkAvenue,Blackrock, Dublin (01 278 0382)
|121 Digital ||121digital is a programme where adults bring their mobile phone to a participating
school for FREE tuition, by TY students, under the guidance of a Mentor.
Tutors are paired with their Learner for the course. They get to know how their
Learner thinks, understands, learns and what makes them ‘tick’.
Sharing digital skill is the ‘glue’ that brings our Tutors and Learners together - then
they chat about .... sport, history, hobbies, TV, film, etc.
Learners say they feel more confident, secure, ‘in-touch’, able to communicate.
Tutors often say ‘... 121digital is the best thing I did in TY ...’|
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(086 8199 752)
|This section of the EPA website contains resources for teachers of Transition Year which have been developed to support you in the context of the second level curriculum. Use clips from the Eco Eye TV series and a range of corresponding resource materials to explore the key environmental issues we face today.|
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|The Europack is an online teacher's resource designed to meet the needs of Irish Teachers in Transition year and Senior Cycle educating students about Europe. Its premise is to provide teachers with easy to download material, resources, and information on the history, member states, and functioning of the European Union in an interactive and engaging manner. |
(Free Phone 008 006 789 1011 )
|The central aim of the Friends of the Elderly Transition Year and CSPE Programmes is to give time for the young and old to enjoy each other's company. The planned activities will give the students a greater apprecation of the values of the elderly, of how life was lived in Ireland during the 30's, 40's and 50's, of what the elderly have achieved and what they are passing on to us. We hope that students will take with them the knowledge that the elderly are good company, that ageing is an integral part of life, and that a life well led should be celebrated. |
(01 8731855 )
|Transition Year is an ideal time to participate in the Presidents Award. The Award works on the basis of a personal challenge set by you. You will set the challenge and agree it with a President’s Award leader. You won’t be competing with other participants, as each challenge is completely individual… so the only person you’ll compete with is yourself.|
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|The Tourism Awareness Programme is an introduction to tourism at home and abroad, designed for Transition Year students. The site has three zones containing resources to be used by teachers, students, and parents. |
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(01 8847815 )
|Project Forest is designed for Transition year students and takes a wide educational approach to learning about trees. There are four modules: Biology, Geography, Wood and Culture|
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(01 493 1313 )
|Young Social Innovators' mission is to raise social awareness among 15-18 year olds in Ireland by providing social awareness education through action and platforms for young people and those guiding them, which will result in an enhancement of the personal sense of justice, responsibility and capacity innate to all. |
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