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School Events Calendar 2019/2020

Our School Event Calendar below provides information on events or activities which might be of interest to schools throughout the school calendar year.

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RDS Primary Science Fair
Rds Primary Science Fair
  08/01 to 11/01
1800 924 362
The Primary Science Fair has been an exciting part of the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition for over 15 years. We are delighted that the annual Primary Science Fair will take place alongside the exhibition on the 8th – 11th January 2020, allowing those students in primary school with an interest in science and technology to be an integral part of one of the world’s leading and longest running school science exhibitions. Admission: €5 per student
Dealing with Suicide, Self Harm
Dealing With Suicide, Self Harm
01 857 6901
Training Day – How to Deal with Suicide, Self-Harm & Eating Disorders/Distress in the School Environment. This unique one day workshop aims to have each attendee feeling equipped and competent when they are faced with such challenges in the school environment. Marie Campion, author of “Hope – Understanding Eating Distress”, who has nearly 30 years experience in these areas will present the workshop.
Times: 9.30am - 4pm Admission: €130
Radisson Blu Hotel, Airport, Dublin
And She Cycles 2020
And She Cycles 2020
  06/02 to 29/05
01 400 2222
In 2019 Green-Schools worked with teenage girls to develop the #andshecycles campaign to shine a light on the barriers currently reducing the rate of girls choosing to cycle. This national campaign wants to help girls get back on their bikes while addressing some of the reasons they’re reluctant to in the first place. The next phase of the campaign will take to the road with roadshow-style, regional events around the country. The #andshecycles Roadshow will be held in five different towns and cities across Ireland between February and May 2020.
Wool in School Workshop
Wool In School Workshop
+353 1 6777444
Did you know that wool is a sustainable material? Come to the Museum and meet with Museum Educators and Wool in School to learn all about the properties, uses and manufacturing of wool. See how people used wool in the past in Viking Dublin and Medieval Ireland and explore how wool is used today and into the future as a sustainable material. Suitable for 3rd - 6th class. Limited spaces available.
Times: 10:30am and 2pm
Museum of Archaeology and History, Kildare Street Dublin
Tech Week Ireland 2020
Tech Week Ireland 2020
  28/03 to 03/04
01 23 777 68
Tech Week is Ireland's nationwide festival of technology, aimed at students, parents and the public. 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.
I Wish STEM Event
I Wish Stem Event
  30/01 to 04/02
087 1722555
I Wish is an event for 14-17 year old secondary school females to inspire, motivate and encourage them to consider careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. The event combines informative talks and interactive exhibitions from industry
Times: 9am - 4.30pm Admission: Free Admission
Cork City Hall & The RDS Dublin
Safer Internet Day 2020
Safer Internet Day 2020
Safer Internet Day is an EU wide initiative to promote a safer internet for all users, especially young people. It is promoted in Ireland by the PDST Technology in Education and Webwise. The Theme for Safer Internet Day is "Together for a Better Internet." Get your school involved by checking out the activities suggested by
Across Ireland and Dublin
Engineers Week 2020
Engineers Week 2020
  29/02 to 06/03
Engineers Week will be back in February 2020 to celebrate engineering across Ireland. You are invited to get involved and inspire young people in your local community. The success of the week depends on you, the event organisers and schools. It’s easy to get involved and it’s never too early to start the planning! Learn more here
22 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
First Cut! Film Festival
First Cut! Film Festival
  11/03 to 14/03
First Cut! Youth Film Festival showcases new films by young filmmakers over three days packed with screenings, workshops, and talks by film industry professionals. These films can be made by individual filmmakers, schools, colleges or youth groups. Every type of film is screened: fiction, documentary, animation, music video and
Mail Arts Centre, Youghal, Cork.

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