Our School Event Calendar provides information on events or activities which might be of interest to schools throughout the school calendar year.
If you want to add an event to the calendar please use the button on the left. Alternativey we can upload the details for you but a small administrative charge of €25 + vat will apply - email us with your event details. School related charity events are listed here
|BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition ||The BT Young Scientist Exhibition is now one of the largest and longest running science exhibitions for second level students in Europe. The Exhibition is a showcase for students from all over Ireland to display their projects into which so much research and hard work has gone.|
Start: 07/01/2015 End: 10/01/2015 www.btyoungscientist.com
Phone: 1800 924 362
|The RDS Primary Science Fair ||If you’ve been looking for a unique way to integrate science and maths in your classroom, the Fair provides an opportunity for 120 primary schools to showcase their class STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) projects, receive feedback from experts and learn from viewing other projects at a major exhibition, the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition. All schools are invited to submit an expression of interest, by Oct 3rd, for a stand via the online form at www.rds.ie/primarysciencefair|
Start: 08/01/2015 End: 10/01/2015 www.rds.ie/primarysciencefair
Phone: 01 2407990
| ||Engineers Week is an annual celebration of engineering in Ireland. A week of events and activities takes place across the entire island of Ireland, involving students, teachers, parents, engineers, and the general public. The next Engineers Week runs from 8th to 14th February 2015.
Engineers Ireland's STEPS team co-ordinates Engineers Week, but we need teachers, students and parents to get involved in organising events in their own area. |
Start: 08/02/2015 End: 14/02/2015 www.engineersweek.ie
| ||Students and parents across the country will leave the car at home and scoot to school on Wednesday, March 11th as part of National S.O.W (Scoot on Wednesday/Scoot On a Weekday) Day 2015. Scooting is a great way to get to school quickly, safely and easily for children of all ages.
This is the second year of National S.O.W Day, which is the newest sustainable travel initiative from the successful An Taisce Green-Schools Travel programme, which aims to encourage children and their families to travel to school via sustainable and active modes of transport. |
Start: 11/03/2015 www.greenschoolsireland.org/
Location: Your School
|Odd Socks Day ||The Down Syndrome Centre would love your school to host an ODD SOCKS DAY to cemebrate World Down Syndome Day. Simply ask your students to wear odd socks and donate €2 any day from Mon, March 16th to Fri, March 20th.
We'd also love to give a short presentation in your school about Down syndrome, individuality and inclusion at any time. Just call Aileen on 01 661 8000/ firstname.lastname@example.org|
Start: 16/03/2015 End: 20/03/2015 Times: 9am-5pm www.downsyndromecentre.ie
| ||Tech Week is Ireland's nationwide festival of technology, aimed at students, parents and
the public. Tech Week provides hands-on opportunities to learn about how computing and technology are shaping every area of life including Education, Health, the Environment, and more. Objective #1 is to inspire students to engage with STEM subjects, and equip them with the knowledge and experience necessary to make informed choices about their future subject
and career choices. Objective #2 is to educate all citizens – of every age and background – about the challenges and rewards of our fast-changing technological society.
Start: 26/04/2015 End: 02/05/2015 techweek.ie/
Phone: 01 23 777 23