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Clare Education Centre Newsletter - Primary

Newsletter - 4th February 2020

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STEAM MEET 2020

STEAM Meet 2020 - Wednesday, 4th March 2020 (7pm to 9pm) 
In conjunction with our Erasmus+ project on STEAM, we are looking for volunteers to share good practice at a Teach Meet on the theme of STEAM  - a STEAM Meet!  The aim of this session is to showcase successful initiatives in your schools.

The guidelines for the STEAM Meet are as follows: - Presentations are for a maximum of 5 minutes; - They should have a maximum of three slides; - There will be an opportunity for two or three minutes Q and A and - Presentations will be placed on the STEAMing website after the event.  (We are requesting that handouts are not used as part of the presentation).  We look forward to meeting, chatting, listening, exchanging with one another as teachers continue to engage with STEAM teaching and learning activities.
 
A Teach Meet in particular offers participants an opportunity to share an approach/a resource/an idea/ a STEAM project etc which puts a smile on pupils’ faces and works well in the classroom or in the school.  The nice thing is the sharing only lasts five minutes - blink of an eye - but can offer others something useful for the rest of the year and beyond.
 
So.........please consider sharing at STEAM Meet 2020 and take the plunge. The audience will be a very friendly lot!  If interested in presenting, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information.  REGISTER HERE to attend this STEAM Meet.  

Active School Flag – ‘Nearly There’ Workshop

Active School Flag – ‘Nearly There’ Workshop - Monday 24th February 2020 (4pm to 6pm) 
This Practical Workshop is for schools well advanced with the process and intending on applying for or wishing to renew the ASF during 2020.  ALL schools (new applicant and renewal schools) are advised to attend.  
All schools in attendance will receive: - Active School WALKWAY resource pack; - ASF whistles - #ASW20 print materials.
Topics include: - Active School WALKWAY; - Run a Day Challenge; - Pupil and Parent Questionnaires; - Preparing for the Accreditation Visit
REGISTER HERE.  

IRISH PRIMARY PE ASSOCIATION

FESTIVAL of PE LIMERICK - Saturday 29th February - Mary Immaculate College
The 17th Annual Irish Primary PE Association Conference will take place in Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, on Saturday 29th February. The theme for this year’s conference is ‘Meeting the needs of all learners’ and will have a strong emphasis on highlighting how differentiation can support pupil learning. Join us for a celebration of PE and participate in your choice of four workshops incorporating a wide variety of content, approaches and methodologies. Any professionals interested in teaching primary PE can come along for an enjoyable and informative day. Book your workshops now at www.irishprimarype.com. See flyer and timetable attached.  

ILSA Spring Conference 2020 - Rochestown Park Hotel, Douglas, Cork - 27th March 2020 

ILSA Spring Conference 2020 - “Potential Meets Opportunity” - Rochestown Park Hotel, Douglas, Cork - Friday, 27th March 2020.  
Attached is a poster giving details of ILSA's Spring Conference 2020, "Potential meets Opportunity".  A draft conference timetable is also attached.  As the spring conference 2019 was oversubscribed, we would advise teachers to book as early as possible.  
For more information and online registration, go to www.ilsa.ie.   

DYSLEXIA / READING CLASS ENROLMENT for SEPTEMBER 2020

DYSLEXIA / READING CLASS ENROLMENT for SEPTEMBER 2020
FLYER attached - Applications are now being accepted from students with severe dyslexia for placement in a two year specialised programme in the Junior Reading Class (3rd and 4th class) and Senior Reading Class (5th and 6th class).    

Jobshare

Jobshare - GALWAY / CLARE
Experienced teacher (20 years) in both SEN and Classroom seeking an interschool job sharing arrangement for the 2020/21 academic year.
Looking to job share in partner's own school in Galway or Clare.  If interested please contact me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or on (086)3010495. 


Jobshare - West Clare area
Primary school teacher with vast experience in both mainstream and special education teaching available 2-3 days per week for work in the educational sector( in schools or with individuals) on a private basis.
West Clare area. Phone(083) 1952475.

Workshops/Seminars Spring 2020

NIPT WORSHOPS and DROICHEAD CLUSTER MEETINGS
NQTs can register for NIPT Workshops by clicking here and register for Cluster Meetings here.  



MATA SA RANG 1 - 5th, 12th, 26th Feb and 4th & 11th March 2020 (4pm to 7pm)  COST: €200
In response to demand, Maths Recovery (Ireland) in conjunction with the Clare Education Centre invites primary schools who are interested in having teachers trained in Mata sa Rang to apply for inclusion in this programme.  The overall aim of this project is to train teachers in the approaches drawn from the Maths Recovery Programme in order to support in-class approaches to numeracy.
Module 1: The content of this module will be broadly aimed at first class (much of the content is applicable to Infants or second class: Number Words and Numerals; Structuring Number; Early Addition & Subtraction).    REGISTER HERE.


MINDFULNESS: LEVEL 2 - Thursday 6th, 13th, 27th Feb and 5th March (7pm to 9pm)  COST: €30
Too often, we live either in the future or in the past. The future can be full of worries, concerns, planning, anticipations, anxieties or fears. The past can be filled with regrets, doubts or suspicions. Many times we are not aware of how much of our time is spent in such places. We spend so much energy worrying about what might happen, (anticipating the worse possible scenario,) when we need to stay in the present and experience what is happening. This takes self-discipline and awareness.  REGISTER HERE.


Introduction to Jigsaw's Mental Health eLearning Courses for Teachers - Tuesday, 11th February 2020 (4pm to 6pm)  COST: FREE
For primary School Teachers (of 5th & 6th class): Mental Health Awareness 
A Collaboration between Jigsaw, the National Centre for Youth Mental Health & ESCI (Education Support Centres, Ireland)
As a result of this workshop teachers will: Have an introduction to Jigsaw’s Mental Health eLearning courses for teachers; Complete an online course of relevance to them (primary or post-primary) and Find out how to access materials and resources they can use to discuss mental health in the classroom.  REGISTER HERE.



DIGITAL FILM-MAKING - Tuesday, 11th February 2020 (6pm to 8pm) COST: €10
Participants will explore the website Once Upon a Picture to source thought-provoking images. Participants will select one image as a stimulus for their Green Screen project and create their recording on the iOS app, DoInk Green Screen. Participants will also learn about and use the film-making iOS app, iMovie. Participants will understand how the use of these digital tools can be connected with the Standards and Statements of the Digital Learning Framework.  REGISTER HERE.


SPELLINGS FOR ME - Wednesday 12th of February 2020 (4pm to 6pm) COST: FREE 
A Revolutionary Individualised Spelling Programme for Primary School Children Outline - “No two children will have the same spellings, as no two children are the same”.
It brings differentiation to new levels.  Each child will get lists of spellings specific to their spelling needs.  Each child will be appropriately challenged.  It is based on ability not age or class.  Promotes a visual approach to spellings.  Created by primary school teachers.  JOIN WAITING LIST HERE.

 


NCSE - Assessment & Planning for Students with SEN, Primary - 12th February 2020
The seminar is designed for Mainstream Primary School Teachers of pupils with Special Educational Needs and SET teachers in a Mainstream setting. Through engagement in workshops during the day participants will get familiar with assessment tools and steps involved in the planning and the target setting process based the New Allocation Model.  REGISTER HERE Please note this course is booked through the NCSE Website. 


NEW DATE ADDED!!  GETTING STARTED WITH RESTORATIVE PRACTICES FOR SCHOOLS ​- Thursday evenings – 13th Feb, 27th Feb, 12th March and 19th March 2020 (4.30pm to 6.30pm)  COST: €40

ONLY 5 places LEFT!!  Are you interested in having stronger and happier relationships in your classroom, school, family, workplace and your community, and in being able to resolve conflict positively? 
Restorative Practice (RP) is both a way of being and a set of skills for building strong relationships and resolving conflict in a simple and emotionally healthy manner. Restorative practices help us develop and sustain strong and happy families, schools, workplaces and communities by: Actively developing good relationships; Stopping conflict escalating out of control; and Repairing harm caused by serious wrongdoing.  REGISTER HERE.   


ACTIVE SCHOOL FLAG – ‘Nearly There’ Workshop - Monday 24th February 2020 (4pm to 6pm) 
This Practical Workshop is for schools well advanced with the process and intending on applying for or wishing to renew the ASF during 2020.  ALL schools (new applicant and renewal schools) are advised to attend.  
All schools in attendance will receive: - Active School WALKWAY resource pack; - ASF whistles - #ASW20 print materials.
Topics include: - Active School WALKWAY; - Run a Day Challenge; - Pupil and Parent Questionnaires; - Preparing for the Accreditation Visit
REGISTER HERE.  


DABBLEDOO MUSIC - 24th February 2020 (5pm to 7pm)  COST €10
This course will introduce you to a new method of teaching music in the classroom, specifically designed for Irish Primary Schools.  The system has been designed to make music more accessible, fun and creative for teachers and their students while comprehensively covering all areas of the Primary Music Curriculum.  No musical experience is required and all participation will be in context of group performance using simple classroom instruments.  REGISTER HERE


USING BEEBOTS AND LEGO KITS - 25th February 2020 (4pm to 6pm)  COST: €10
This course introduces teachers to the concepts of computational thinking to develop students’ problem solving skills. Participants will explore a combination of “offline” activities and “online” activities that will focus on the development of students’ problem solving abilities. STEM-focused resources, namely Bee-Bots and Lego Education WeDo 2.0 Sets, will be also used. These resources can be incorporated into teaching and learning from the infant classroom up to sixth.  REGISTER HERE.


NEW!!  ASD TEACHERS SUPPORT GROUP - Wednesday, 26th February 2020 (4pm to 6pm)  COST: FREE
The aim of this session is to introduce a small group of teachers to one other who are wishing to learn and share ideas about working with children who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder.  I hope to create a supportive atmosphere where teachers can share ideas which they have learned through their own unique experiences in a variety of Special Educational settings.  Caroline will lead this group, and together with the other educators, decide on the topics that will be spoken about and worked on during the sessions.  REGISTER HERE


NCSE - LÁMH, Primary & Post Primary - Wednesday 26th February 2020
Lámh is a manual sign system used by children and adults with intellectual disability and communication needs in Ireland. It is a type of augmentative or alternative communication system (AAC). A decision as to whether Lámh is the appropriate communication support for an individual is made only after an assessment has been carried out. Lámh signs are based on Irish Sign Language (ISL). Speech is always used with Lámh signs. Lámh signs are used to support communication.  REGISTER HERE.   Please note this course is booked through the NCSE Website.  ​


SENCO FORUM PRIMARY - Thursday, 30th January, Thursday 27th February, Thursday 26th March, Monday 27th April and Thursday 28th May 2020 (4pm to 6pm)  COST: FREE

This session aims to bring together a network of teachers working in special education in Clare Primary schools. The network aims to provide professional learning, support and networking opportunities for teachers. Margaret Egan will facilitate the establishment of the network and will support its development over time. The practical implementation of the network will be decided by its members and professional learning needs will also be identified by members. If you are a Principal, Special Education Teacher or SEN Co-Ordinator in a primary school in Clare and would like to find out more about the network, please join us.  The facilitator, Dr Margaret Egan is a Lecturer in the Dept. of Educational Psychology, Inclusive and Special Education at Mary Immaculate College.  She was a Deputy Principal and SEN Co-ordinator for many years before joining the Faculty of Education at MIC.   REGISTER HERE.


NCSE - Challenging Behaviour & Social Skills, Primary - 26th & 27th February 2020

This two day course is designed to meet the needs of teachers who experience challenging behaviour in the classroom setting. The course aims to support teachers in understanding challenging behaviour and to examine why students engage in this behaviour. The course also explores strategies and interventions we can choose to prevent and manage challenging behaviour. In day two we look at our understanding of social skills and why pupils with SEN have difficulty developing effective social skills. We also explore effective assessment of social skills. Finally approaches to teaching social skills will be outlined and discussed.  REGISTER HERE.  Please note this course is booked through the NCSE Website.  ​


TEACHER WORKSHOP - SUPPORTING CHILDREN’S CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR - Monday, 2nd March 2020 (4pm to 6pm)  COST: €10

How many children are there in our schools or services that have been and remain misunderstood?  It seems that our services are filling up with increasing numbers of distressed children.  People who work with children can be left feeling disempowered and de-skilled as they try to teach them or support them. The longer we fail to connect with these children, the longer the child will miss out in opportunities in helping them realize their potential.  REGISTER HERE.  


SNA WORKSHOP - SUPPORTING CHILDREN’S CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR - Monday, 2nd March 2020 (6.30pm to 8.30pm)  COST: €10

How many children are there in our schools or services that have been and remain misunderstood?  It seems that our services are filling up with increasing numbers of distressed children.  People who work with children can be left feeling disempowered and de-skilled as they try to teach them or support them. The longer we fail to connect with these children, the longer the child will miss out in opportunities in helping them realize their potential.  REGISTER HERE.  


HELPING DYSREGULATED CHILDREN TO REGULATE WITHIN THE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT - Monday nights - 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd March 2020 (6pm to 8pm) COST: €50 
3 PLACES ONLY!!  "From Dysregulation to Regulation” - A 4-part trauma informed workshop empowering educators to recognise the signs of dysregulation and to meet the dysregulated child’s need in those moments and beyond.  REGISTER HERE.    


NEW!! UNDERSTANDING AND LIVING THE ETHOS IN A CATHOLIC SCHOOL
VENUE:   Clare Education Centre   DATE:  Monday, 2nd March 2020    TIME: 4.30pm to 5.30pm - Register for the Clare Education Centre Workshop HERE
VENUE:   Obama Plaza    DATE: Tuesday, 3rd March 2020    TIME:  4.30pm to 5.30pm - Register for the Obama Plaza Workshop HERE

Information and guidance on the roll out of a reflection process for Boards of Management of Catholic Schools will take place in the Clare Education Centre on Monday 2nd March at 4.30p.m.  The hour long input will be guided by Tom Carroll and Patricia Bourden of Catholic Schools’ Partnership and will assist Principals and Board Members in their duty of caring for the Ethos of the school. 


NEW!!  NEPS - A BALANCED APPROACH TO LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN THE EARLY YEARS - Tuesday, 3rd March 2020 (9.30am to 3pm)  COST: FREE
The National Educational Psychological Service is committed to promoting best practice in the teaching of literacy skills. As part of the National Literacy Strategy, NEPS have developed a new on-line resource for use by teachers in Irish primary schools.  The Balanced Approach to Literacy Development in the Early Years draws on international research, evidence based practice and samples of that practice in Irish primary schools to give a coherent and comprehensive guide to teachers.   REGISTER HERE.    


READY, SET, GO MATHS - Monday, 2nd and Wednesday, 4th March 2020 (5pm to 7pm)  COST: €10
This workshop will be run over two sessions and is suitable for teachers of Junior and Senior Infant classes.  It may also be suitable for Special Education Teachers.  The workshop will support teachers in the exploration of: The development and acquisition of mathematical skills in the Number strand; Mathematical language as central to instruction; Use of appropriate mathematical equipment for infants; Problem-Solving as a central methodology and Self-reflection on existing practice.  REGISTER HERE.  



NEW!!  PROCUREMENT FOR SCHOOLS WORKSHOP - Tuesday, 3rd March 2020 (5pm to 7pm)  COST: FREE
This Seminar is suitable for Primary and Post-Primary Principals and School Staff who are responsible for procurement.  The Schools Procurement Unit (SPU) is the central support resource for providing guidance to all primary and post-primary schools (except ETB schools) on any procurement-related issue. The SPU delivers advice and practical support to schools to help them achieve improvements in their procurement processes, practices and outcomes.  REGISTER HERE.  


CONCUSSION WORKSHOP - Wednesday, 4th March 2020 (5pm to 6.30pm)  COST: €15
As a member of school staff, understanding of concussion is critical in, firstly, identifying and managing a potential concussion safely and, secondly, helping students successfully recover from their injury upon their return to school. This is a great opportunity for teachers to improve their knowledge and skills around concussion safety, a topic of huge importance with regards to student health and wellbeing.  REGISTER HERE.


STEAM Meet 2020 - Wednesday, 4th March 2020 (7pm to 9pm)  COST: FREE

In conjunction with our Erasmus+ project on STEAM, we are looking for volunteers to share good practice at a Teach Meet on the theme of STEAM  - a STEAM Meet!  The aim of this session is to showcase successful initiatives in your schools.  If interested in presenting, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information.  If you are interested in attending this STEAM Meet REGISTER HERE.


CREATIVE CONSTRUCTION ART IDEAS - 5th March 2020 (4pm to 6pm)  COST: €10
This session will give teachers the tools, materials and ideas to engage in creative construction lessons within the classroom. The session will engage the teacher themselves in constructive art and expose them to other ideas of constructive art that they could try in the classroom.  This session will focus on the creative use of lollipop sticks, paperplates , card and paper in art within the classrooms from the junior to the senior classes.    REGISTER HERE


POSITIVE HANDLING TRAINING COURSE FOR SCHOOLS - Thursday, 12th March 2020 (4pm to 7pm)  COST: €35 

This 3 Hour Positive Handling Training Course for Schools is designed to assist decision.  This 3 Hour Positive Handling Training Course for Schools is designed to assist decision making processes when dealing face with the possibility of physical interventions. Positive Handling focuses on the positive de- escalation of the behaviour and only employs physical interventions that respect the dignity and rights of the child and are in line with best practice safeguarding policies when a child is an active danger to himself or others. The course is very practical in nature and ensures all staff are competent in dealing with and responding to difficult behaviours.  REGISTER HERE.  

A MULTI-SENSORY APPROACH TO NUMERACY - COST: €10 per course
Gordon Woolard returns to Clare Education Centre to engage participants in Four Stand-Alone One-Day interactive workshops. Teachers consistently rate Gordon’s workshops as essential to their understanding of why a child struggles at school and on how to develop a child’s capacity for learning.
Workshop Three - Fractions with Floor Layouts - Friday, 13th March 2020 (9.30am to 3.30pm) REGISTER HERE 
Workshop Four - Solving Algebra Riddles - Friday, 29th May 2020 (9.30am to 3.30pm) REGISTER HERE 



AISTEAR - PLAY, LITERACY AND NUMERACY (INFANTS) - 18th March, 25th March, 1st April & 22nd April (4pm to 6pm)  COST: €10
Aistear is the curriculum framework for children from birth to 6 years in Ireland. It provides information for adults to help them plan and provide enjoyable and challenging learning experiences so that children can grow and develop as competent and confident learners.  Aistear describes the types of learning that are important for children in the early years and offers ideas and suggestions as to how this learning might be nurtured.  Aistear also offers guidelines on how we can support children's learning, through partnership with parents, using play as a methodology for learning, learning through interactions and the use of assessment.  Workshops on Aistear focus on what Aistear is, and how to implement it in the infant classroom.     REGISTER HERE.  


PARENTING WORKSHOP!!  Parents ONLY Workshop “FROM CHAOS TO CALM” - Saturday, 7th of March and Saturday, 21st of March 2020 (10am to 2pm) COST: €50
A parenting programme to empower parents.  Parents will learn how to: - Use playful connection to strengthen their relationship with their child. - Understand and manage big emotions, from temper tantrums to anxieties. - How to respond to those feelings to bring about calm. - Set limits without shaming. - Put the joy back into parenting.    REGISTER HERE.  



WILD TEACHING - CROSS-CURRICULAR LESSONS OUTDOORS FOR AGORAPHOBIC TEACHERS - Monday, 9th March 2020 (4.30pm to 6.30pm)  COST: €10
This course will enable participants to use the recently published Meath Co. Council book of the same title, which has been featured on the RTE Radio 1 programme, Mooney Goes Wild and in the INTO’s InTouch magazine.  REGISTER HERE.


NEW!!  WOODCOCK JOHNSON IV: TESTS OF ACHIEVEMENT (UK & IRE EDITION) - Monday 9th March 2020 (4.30pm to 7.30pm)  COST: €10

A 3 hour indepth training session will take place here in the Education Centre on the Monday, 9th of March. Rebecca Good will go through each of the subtests and there will be time for teachers to ask questions on the test. It is one of the most comprehensive Assessments on the market at the moment.  REGISTER HERE.


CORNMARKET - RETIREMENT INFORMATION & ADVICE PRESENTATION - Wednesday, 11th March 2020 (7pm to 8.30pm)  COST: FREE  
Considering retirement from teaching in the next 5 years?  Cornmarket Financial Services as you may be aware are the only financial broker appointed by all the teaching union’s in Ireland to advise their members on their superannuation/pension/AVC benefits.  REGISTER HERE.


IMPRESS & ACHIEVE INTERVIEW SUCCESS GUIDING YOUR CAREER PROGRESSION PLANNING - 12th March 2020 (5pm to 7pm)  COST: €10

Aspiring Principals, those seeking Deputy Principal or AP Posts & Teachers simply pondering change - Primary & Post Primary Sectors.  This highly successful and motivating Talk continues to attract huge numbers nationwide and may prove to be your first step in taking stock of your career!  Presenter, Teresa Hand-Campbell, guides you through the steps in your career progression planning and explains how to enhance your application, interview preparation & interview performance.  REGISTER HERE


NEW!!  CLARE NS SECRETARIES TIME MANAGEMENT TALK - Thursday, 12th March 2020 (1pm to 3pm)  COST: €10
In to-day’s hectic school environments, the ‘Secretary’ works the front line more than any other school employee.   The list of duties and tasks has expanded in line with the mounting workload in our schools – administrative, curricular, social, interpersonal – and the secretary has become an invaluable asset in staying on top of mounting paperwork and duties.  REGISTER HERE


ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY INTRODUCTION FOR LEARNING DIFFICULTIES - Wednesday, 25th March 2020 (9.30am to 3.30pm)  COST: €20

Venue:   Educational Assistive Technology Centre, Main Building, BM-036, University of Limerick 
This one day course will give an introduction to assistive technology for learning difficulties, attendees will receive a brief presentation on the considerations necessary on which device(laptop/tablet) to purchase for a student with a learning difficulty. Next an overview of the strategies and technologies available for learning difficulties will be given, hightlighting the accessibility features, freeware and professional software that are available to students in primary and post-primary education. Brief demonstrations will be provided on all the technologies available, please note this is an introductory course and no in-depth training will be provided. Attendees will have the opportunity to sign up for further training.  REGISTER HERE



NEW!!  A THERAPEUTIC TOOLBOX TO MANAGE CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR - 26th March, 2nd April, 23rd April and 30th April 2020 (6pm to 8pm)  COST: €20
This is an experiential, feedback based workshop that will enable Special Needs assistants, SEN and support teachers to use various creative interventions to help and support children in their care. The workshop is designed to provide both theoretical background to challenging behaviours and offer practical methods to support children emotionally, socially and academically. The workshop is experiential and structured to provide the opportunity to experience first hand a number of creative mediums that can be effectively used to enhance relationships and regulate challenging behaviours so that children are primed for learning. You will also experience playful learning and gain an understanding of how the therapeutic values of play can support achievement of developmentally appropriate goals. The workshop will provide an opportunity to reflect on personal growth and foster self-care through adopting mindful practices.  REGISTER HERE


CHILD MOVING & LIFTING TECHNIQUES-  Thursday, 26th March 2020 (3pm to 6pm)  COST: €30
This Workshop is suitable for all School Staff, including School Management, Teachers, SNAs and Parents.  This 3 Hour Course is designed to enable school staff to correctly move and lift children in the appropriate manner and can be customised to include lifting from Buggies / Buses, Wheelchairs, Slide Sheets/Boards.  REGISTER HERE


LÁMH - MODULE ONE ADD-ON WORKSHOP FOR COMMUNICATION PARTNERS OF CHILDREN USING LÁMH - Wednesday, 22nd and 29th of April 2020 (6.30pm to 8.30pm)  COST: €60
Qualifications Required: Module One Lámh Certificate.  Communication partners of children who use Lámh and who have completed Module One can attend this practical workshop that looks at encouraging Lámh use as well as adding to their Lámh sign vocabulary.  Course Fee:  €60 covers the full cost of course materials and resources.  Qualifications Required: Module One Lámh Certificate.  REGISTER HERE.


NCSE - LÁMH Module One Add On, Primary & Post Primary - Tuesday 28 April 2020
Please note applicants must previously have completed a LAMH Module One course in order to be eligible to apply for the LAMH Module One Add-On course.  REGISTER HERE.  Please note this course is booked through the NCSE Website.  ​


NEW!!  LÁMH - SIGN LANGUAGE COURSE (ONE DAY COURSE) - Saturday, 9th May 2020 (9.30am to 4pm)  COST: €60
Course Overview: This course is for staff members and professionals who have started to work in an environment where Lámh is used and covers 100 Lámh signs and how to support a Lámh user.  Qualifications Required:  No previous Lámh training required.  REGISTER HERE.


NCSE - An Introduction to Autism, Primary - Thursday 14 May 2020

The seminar is designed for Primary Principals and Teachers who are currently working with a child diagnosed as having Autism. The seminar provides and understanding of Autism and how this effects the pupil’s ability to learn and develop social skills. It also focuses on assessment and strategies to enable inclusion and access to the curriculum.  REGISTER HERE.  Please note this course is booked through the NCSE Website.  ​


  

Clare Education Centre Services

Car Parking at Clare Education Centre
Dear Course Participants, Please note that there are plenty of car parking spaces at the rear of the building.  

iPads, Lego and Bee-Bots Loan
Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you wish to borrow any of the below.  
- iPad loan service
- Lego and Bee-Bots loan service
- IZAK9 boxes

ILSA Library
Resources are also available free of charge to all ILSA members and to staff members from ILSA members' schools. 

 


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