|Maloney’s Dream |
When one man's dream of a new beginning collided with the birth of a nation... With a fantastically talented ensemble cast, set design by Maeve Clancy, original score by Michael Chang and puppets by Suse Reibeisch this will be a treat of a show for all ages. It’s a bilingual show that is jam packed with live music, physical theatre and puppetry. A special educational website has been developed which aims to help schools to negotiate the vast amount of information available about 1916. The resources on the website look at the life of a child in 1915/16, the events that happen as they happened month on month in the 6 months prior to the rising. There are useful links to images and videos of the time: www.maloneysdream.ie
Start: 04/05/2016 Times: 10am Admission: €5, Teachers go free www.paviliontheatre.ie
Phone: 01 231 2929
Pavilion Theatre, Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire Dublin
|Irish Aid Primary Workshop |
The workshops are for 5th and 6th classes, and are free. Pupils will take part in activities, games and music to explore the links between their lives and the lives of children and their families living in developing countries. The workshops take place from 10.00 – 11.30, and from 12.00 – 1.30 Monday to Friday.
Start: 05/05/2016 End: 30/06/2016 Times: 10.00-11.30, 12.00-1 Admission: FREE www.irishaid.ie
Irish Aid Centre 3 Clonmel Street Dublin
|Drama Tools in the classroom |
Drama is a wonderful and magical way to inspire learning in Primary School. This five day EPV approved drama course will immerse you in activities and ideas you can use in the classroom or drama club. Learn to use inspiring techniques to support and enrich the primary curriculum including hot seating, thought tracking and many more. This professional development course is suitable for teachers and professionals at Primary School level, who deal with teaching through the creative arts throughout their profession.
Start: 04/07/2016 End: 08/07/2016 Admission: €70 www.baboro.ie
Phone: 091 562667
|ECO-UNESCO EPV Accredited Training for Primary School Teachers |
This one-week course will equip primary school teachers with the knowledge, skills and inspiration to carry out practical, hands-on and ready made environmental education activities related to Energy & Climate Change, Waste, Water, Biodiversity and Outdoor education. The course will also give an introduction to Environmental Action Projects. ECO-UNESCO’s approach is learner/child centered. This course is also suitable for secondary school teachers, youth workers, and educators.
Start: 04/07/2016 End: 08/07/2016 Times: 10am - 3pm Admission: €90 (subsidised fee, usual cost €450) e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (01) 662 5491
ECO-UNESCO, The Greenhouse, 9 Burgh Quay, Dublin