Every year CCEA’s True Colours exhibition celebrates artwork produced within schools and colleges across NI.
An external resource from Nerve Centre and NI Screen exploring Ulster-Scots history and culture, aimed for Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 learners.
The Digital Film Archive (DFA) is a free public access resource for teachers, students, historians and anyone who has an interest in moving images.
Teachers! Explore interactive resources showing how the curriculum and CCEA qualifications connect and reward learning from ages 3-19
The accessibility and availability of essential care needed to support a period, in conjunction with the breaking of stigma and taboo around periods.
Topic Tracker is a free resource for teachers designed to improve and introduce innovative support for GCE Maths & GCSE Maths & Science.
The following films have been screened in front of live audiences at our annual Moving Image Arts Awards Showcase. This unique event has been running
Case studies from Danny Boyle, Paul Greeengrass and Seamus McGarvy
In 2018/19, CCEA initiated a curriculum monitoring programme, designed to allow us to hear the views of teachers and other stakeholders about the
Good curriculum design can both ensure pupils remain engaged and improve standards. The material here supplements Guidance on Teaching, Learning and
Is áis é seo a thacaíonn le daltaí Eochairchéim 3 / 4 agus iad i mbun aistí a scríobh. Tá spléach-chárta ann don dalta agus póstaer don tseomra ranga
This Wellbeing Hub shows how the Northern Ireland Curriculum promotes the learning and development of skills that support pupils’ wellbeing and mental