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School Events Calendar 2014/2015

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




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Maths Counts 2015
Maths Counts 2015
Maths Counts 2015 is a national conference for teachers of Mathematics at post-primary level. Keynote speaker Geoffrey Wake and 20 parallel training sessions presented by teachers. Full details and Registration Forms available at www.projectmaths.ie Friday 17th April 6pm - 10pm. Saturday 18th April 9am - 4:30pm
Start: 17/04/2015 End: 18/04/2015 Times: 6pm - 4:30pm Admission: €30 www.projectmaths.ie
e: grainneh@ecdrumcondra.ie
UCD, Dublin
Cork Film Festival
Spring Fling is a new mini film festival for students, taking place at the Gate Cinema in Cork City this April. Through this programme Cork Film Festival and IFI Education aim to provide access to a wide range of film among a young audience, and to facilitate critical and active engagement. Two shorts programmes suitable for 7+ and 15+ age groups will be screened, along with four feature film titles: Spielberg’s family favourite ET - The Extra-Terrestrial, ’71 which stars Skins alum Jack O’Connell, the Spanish-language film La jaula de oro/The Golden Dream and Disney’s beloved classic movie Fantasia. Check our website for more details
Start: 20/04/2015 End: 23/04/2015 www.corkfilmfest.org
e: ciara@corkfilmfest.org
Phone: 0214271711
Gate Cinema, Cork City

Tech Week
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/
e: info@techweek.ie
Phone: 01 23 777 23
Primary Schools Summer Workshops for 5th and 6th classes
Irish Aid Centre
Bring the world into your classroom! Enjoy activities, games and music to explore the links between our lives and the lives of people in other parts of the world. Learn how protecting the environment can help to improve the lives of people in poor countries. The programme is specially designed for pupils aged 10 to 12 years and will be relevant for the Human Environment Strand of the SESE, Geography curriculum as well as SPHE and music. Workshops will take 1 hour and 30 minutes, classes of 30 need to be accompanied by 2 adults, including one teacher. Advance booking necessary.
Start: 01/05/2015 End: 23/06/2015 Times: 10am + 12pm, Mon-Fri www.irishaid.gov.ie
e: irishaidcentre@dfa.ie
Phone: 01-8546934
27 - 31 Upper O'Connell Street, Dublin
Carlow Arts Festival
Lyngo Theatre presents Puss In BootsLyngo Theatre presents Puss In Boots
Would you trust a talking cat? You never know, he might turn you from a pauper to a prince just like the hero of this story, brought to vivid life by Patrick Lynch from Cbeebies. With a host of puppets, a working windmill and an avalanche of fruit and nuts come and see this classic furry tail, it’s the cat’s whiskers! Special school showings on 2nd June, ages 4 and up.
Start: 02/06/2015 Closing date: 02/06/2015 Times: 10.30am and 12pm Admission: €5 (adults free) carlowartsfestival.com
e: info@carlowartsfestival.com
Phone: 0599173381
George Bernard Shaw Theatre Carlow