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School Events Calendar 2023/2024



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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Primary Science Fair
Primary Science Fair
  11/01 to 13/01
01 240 7990
The Primary Science Fair will take place in person alongside the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2024. For over 20 years, the Primary Science Fair has been a core component of BTYSTE.  It encourages 3rd to 6th class primary school students to develop their interest in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) in a non-competitive environment.  It also inspires them to become future participants in BTYSTE, one of the world’s leading and longest-running school science exhibitions. School Level: Open to 3rd to 6th Class Find out More
e: primarysciencefair@rds.ie.
RDS Dublin
Young Scientist Exhibition 2024
Young Scientist Exhibition 2024
  09/01 to 13/01
1800 924 362
In 1963 two physics researchers from the University College Dublin, Rev. Dr. Tom Burke and Dr. Tony Scott, came across the concept of ‘Science Fairs’ while conducting research in New Mexico. The pair decided that this type of hands-on science was something that students in Ireland could benefit from. And so the Young Scientist Exhibition was born. BT has been the proud sponsor and organiser of the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition for 23 years. www.btyoungscientist.com
e: youngscientist@bt.com
RDS, Dublin
Global Citizen Workshops
Global Citizen Workshops
  27/05 to 21/06
0
The National Museum of Ireland has just launched an exciting new workshop programme for primary school audiences to learn about global citizenship in partnership with humanitarian aid agency GOAL. Museum Changemakers invites fourth to sixth class students to discover prominent changemakers in Ireland's past and explore the power of Museums to inspire activism and change for the future. The workshops will introduce pupils to the United Nations 17 Sustainable Global Goals. Children will be challenged to think creatively about their own actions and how they can promote the Global Goals and become changemakers themselves. Visit Website
e: bookings@museum.ie
Collins Barracks Dublin
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Ilfd Festival
  17/05 to 26/05
0
At International Literature Festival Dublin, our Schools programme has been created with the Irish Curriculum Key Competencies in mind, meaning that a day out at the festival is not only an opportunity to make lasting memories, but a chance to learn directly from the authors your class loves.
Times: Various Admission: €4.00 per child
Visit Website
e: info@ilfdublin.com
Merrion Square Park Dublin
A Christmas Carol - for schools
A Christmas Carol - For Schools
  19/12 to 19/12
0667123055
A Christmas Carol is Aaron Monaghan and Bryan Burroughs’ playful, physical storytelling, stage adaptation of Charles Dickens much loved novella especially for primary school students from 3rd class upwards. Presented by Livin’ Dred Theatre. 19th Dec 2023 at Siamsa Tíre Theatre, Tralee. Pupils €7, teachers go free. www.siamsatire.com/events
Times: 10am & 12pm Admission: €7 per pupil, Teachers go free Visit Website
e: marketingassistant2@siamsatire.com
Town Park, Tralee, Co. Kerry
An Triail – School Performance
An Triail – School Performance
  19/10 to 19/10
0667123055
Ireland’s only professional Irish language theatre are back at Siamsa TIre, Tralee with a performance particularly for Leaving Certificate students. This year the award-winning company brings you ‘An Triail’, but this is An Triail as you’ve never seen it before! This performance is for school students. Teachers can contact our Box Office to book.
Times: 10:30am & 12:30pm Admission: €16 per student, teachers go f www.siamsatire.com
e: marketingassistant2@siamsatire.com
Town Park, Tralee, Co. Kerry
IFI School Screening
Ifi School Screening
  16/05 to 16/05
01 679 5744
Dounia and the Princess of Aleppo follows the story of young Dounia, who is driven from Syria due to war. Travelling with her grandparents, Dounia must make a long journey to find a new home. French language with English subtitles, recommended for older primary pupils.
Times: 10:30 Admission: €6 per student, teachers go fr Book Tickets
e: schools@irishfilm.ie
6 Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
STEPS Engineers Week 2024
Steps Engineers Week 2024
  02/03 to 08/03
016651340
STEPS Engineers Week, run by the Engineers Ireland STEPS programme, gives children the opportunity to discover engineering, facilitated by their teachers, parents and local community. Anyone who wishes to promote the importance of engineering to primary and secondary school children can take part. This includes engineers, organisations, colleges, libraries, families, teachers, STEM professionals, science communicators, and local authorities. www.engineersweek.ie
e: steps@engineersireland.ie
22 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
Kinia Educator TechFest
Kinia Educator Techfest
  14/11 to 14/11
+353 1 685 7123
The Kinia Educator TechFest '23 will be held on Tuesday 14th November, in the Google Foundry, Dublin, Ireland. It is a FREE event for educators, with a great lineup of creative technology workshops, panel discussions and educator tech talks. It is bilingual (English and Irish), and places are limited. Learn more on our event website!
Times: Registration 10.30AM Admission: FREE Visit Website
e: info@kinia.ie
The Foundry Google Building Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4,
Shine Festival
Shine Festival
  11/10 to 12/10
086 014 4728
On Wednesday, October 11th and Thursday, October 12th, The Shona Project will host 2,000 transition year students from all over Ireland at the multi-award-winning Shine Festival in celebration of International Day Of The Girl. The sold-out event aims to give teenage girls the tools to tackle the challenges they face and will have contributions from some of Ireland’s most inspirational and authentic female speakers.  Visit Website
e: shinefestival@shona.ie
SETU Arena, Carriganore,Waterford
The Women in Technical Theatre
The Women In Technical Theatre
  30/11 to 30/11
0667123055
The Women in Technical Theatre Road show run by industry professionals from The Lir National Academy of Dramatic Art at Trinity College, Dublin aims to engage female pupils from secondary level schools throughout Ireland by presenting and facilitating workshops geared towards increasing awareness of technical theatre. Free event for students aged 12-18yrs.
Times: 10am & 1pm Admission: FREE! But booking is essential www.siamsatire.com
e: marketingassistant2@siamsatire.com
Town Park, Tralee, Co. Kerry
Dublin Learning City Festival
Dublin Learning City Festival
  15/04 to 17/04
0
The Dublin Learning City Festival 2024 will take place from Monday to Wednesday, 15th to 17th April, to celebrate and promote learning for everyone with a list of fun, interactive and creative events that are completely free of charge. Admission: Free Visit Website
e: ann.easow@limelight.ie
Dublin City
Child Talks
Child Talks
  07/11
0
Child Talks is an annual event from the Ombudsman for Children’s Office to mark World Children’s Day that hears directly from children and young people about the issues that matter to them. This year Child Talks will take place live from the Helix on the 7th of November and will be streamed to schools across Ireland at 11:00am on our website - link below. Child Talks gives children a platform to share their views and experiences on issues that are important to them. The theme of this year’s event is ‘The Ireland I want to live in’.
Visit www.oco.ie





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