In 2018/19, CCEA initiated a curriculum monitoring programme, designed to allow us to hear the views of teachers and other stakeholders about the
Tá saibhreas ar leith sna hamhráin thraidisiúnta Ghaeilge agus beidh an áis seo ina cuidiú ag an mhúinteoir cuid de na hamhráin sin a theagasc agus a
While schools in Northern Ireland are closed to most pupils, this list of resources may be helpful for schools and parents/carers of pupils at home.
The concept of wellbeing is central to the aim and objectives of the Northern Ireland Curriculum. Distinct Areas of Learning address wellbeing
Tá Fios Fuaimeanna ag tacú leis an phróiseas teagaisc agus foghlama maidir le fuaimeanna na gconsan a aithint mar aon le feasacht fóineolaíochta a
This report follows the progress of a number of primary schools that took part in the ‘Implementation of the World Around Us’ project.
What to expect when your child starts primary and/or post-primary school. Download our resource(s).
Drama activities are a rich opportunity to develop Thinking Skills and Personal Capabilities. These skills need to be explicitly developed alongside
This project uses the musical composition The Carnival of the Animals, by French composer Camille Saint-Saëns, as a stimulus for art making. In each
In the Northern Ireland Curriculum Geography, History, and Science and Technology are the contributory elements that form an Area of Learning called
This resource gives teachers and assistants support to plan, teach and assess Physical Development in the Foundation Stage.
The development of effective language and literacy is crucial to living and learning. Language is used to communicate with people, to share and
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