Here you will find all curriculum documentation and supporting material for the Irish curriculum for children from the ages 1 – 6 (Aistear), pupils from the ages 5 – 12 (primary), students from the ages 12 -15 (junior cycle) and the ages 16 – 18 (senior cycle).
2 groundbreaking reports authored by Dr Patrick Burke and Dr Paula Lehane explore the interdependencies between these concepts and the implications on child and teacher agency.
The new Primary Mathematics Curriculum has now been published.
Exploring the introduction of the Framework for Junior Cycle: A longitudinal study – Interim report no. 2
The Primary Curriculum Framework is now available to read.
SPHE is a broad curriculum that helps children and young people learn about themselves and to develop and maintain healthy relationships.
The materials in this toolkit are designed to support you in independently progressing your professional development in SPHE.
Aistear is the early childhood curriculum framework for all children from birth to 6 years in Ireland.
The Irish primary education system aims to provide a holistic education to enable children to live their lives to the full and to realise their potential as unique individuals.
The Framework for Junior Cycle provides the basis for post-primary schools to plan quality, inclusive and relevant education programmes with improved learning experiences for all students, including those with special educational needs.
Senior cycle education is the period of education that follows the junior cycle and is generally taken by students between the ages of 15 and 18.
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