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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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Cork Science Festival
Cork Science Festival
  10/11 to 17/11
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Cork Science Festival offer an exciting fun filled range of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (S.T.E.M.) workshops, shows and activities to primary and post primary schools. Information on school events for 2019 will be available on the festival website shortly. www.corksciencefestival.ie
e: corksciencefestival@gmail.com
Cork
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 www.iwish.ie
e: sharon.lombard@iwish.ie
Cork City Hall & The RDS Dublin
Dealing with Suicide, Self Harm
Dealing With Suicide, Self Harm
  30/03
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 www.marinotherapycentre.com
e: marinotherapycentre@gmail.com
Radisson Blu Hotel, Airport, Dublin
National Science Week 2019
National Science Week 2019
  10/11 to 17/11
+353 (01) 607 3221
This year Science Week will have 12 regional festivals offering a range of opportunities for the public to engage with Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Science Week will feature family open days, schools outreach events and public talks across more than 20 counties around Ireland. More information to be announced on the website below.www.scienceweek.ie
e:  scienceweek@sfi.ie
Nation-wide
Zeminar
Zeminar
  08/10 to 10/10
0868566785
Zeminar is an education and wellbeing event for 15-20 year olds and their teachers. Zeminar brings the best, most innovative youth focused organisations who are specialists in everything from mental health, to healthy eating, the community to the environment, equality to careers. These organisations will allow attendees to participate in workshops, interactive learning sessions. demonstrations and games. Attendees will take home with them new life skills, vital information and an incredibly positive experience.  www.zeminar.ie
e: damien@zeminar.ie
Snugborough Road, Blanchardstown, Dublin
College Aware Week 2019
College Aware Week 2019
  17/11 to 23/11
01-896 3590
College Awareness Week is a national campaign which aims to promote the benefits of going to college, to help students of all ages to become college-ready and to showcase local role models. Going to college is becoming more and more important. A college education helps students to fulfil their potential, allows them to undertake a course of study which can be both fascinating and challenging, and helps them to secure employment and decent living standards in the future. Individuals and society benefit from increased levels of educational attainment. Play your part in inspiring the next generation of college students and helping them to become college-ready! www.collegeaware.ie
e: info@collegeaware.ie
Various Locations
Tetra Pak Tree Day
Tetra Pak Tree Day
  03/10
01 4406608
The Tree Council of Ireland, supported by Tetra Pak, is calling on primary schools across the country to get involved in Tetra Pak Tree Day and plant a tree on Thursday, 3rd October 2019. The theme for this year’s campaign is “Be Planet Positive!”, with a focus on the things that primary school children can easily do in their everyday lives to help nature and our environment. As part of Tetra Pak Tree Day, up to 1,000 native tree saplings will be made available through the campaign website for primary schools.www.treeday.ie
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 www.btyoungscientist.com
e: youngscientist@bt.com
Transition Year Show 2019
Transition Year Show 2019
  24/09 to 25/09
01-4273002
Ireland’s ONLY event dedicated to TY, LCA & LCVP Students and Teachers. We will have Career & College Talks from Tech to Tourism Businesses, Industries, Universities & Colleges from around the country. Some of the Universities & Colleges will be doing Science Experiments and Tech Demonstrations. We will have a Languages Sector which will be interactive
Times: 10 am - 3:30 pm Admission: Student Tickets €10 plus booki www.transitionyearireland.ie
e: fiona@guerinmedia.ie
Punchestown Event Centre, Naas, Kildare
Epilepsy Awareness Seminar
Epilepsy Awareness Seminar
  11/11 to 11/11
01 4557500
Epilepsy Awareness Seminar Information for Teachers/SNA’s and pre-school staff. Epilepsy awareness in schools, Seizure types and how to respond Each person will receive an Epilepsy Ireland Education pack.
Times: 6pm - 9pm www.epilepsy.ie
e: cfitzgerald@epilepsy.ie
Ashling Hotel, Parkgate St. Dublin 8 and Westside Resource Cenre, Seamus Quirke Road, Galway
European Youth Parliament
European Youth Parliament
  18/10 to 20/10
0
The European Youth Parliament (EYP) Ireland is a non-profit, non-partisan organisation that runs a number of weekend long conferences every year for young people. It is our mission in EYP Ireland to develop an interest in European issues in young people in Ireland. Read more about eyp at http://www.eyp.ie/sessions.html Admission: €60 eyp.ie
e: conferences@eyp.ie
Holy Child Killiney Dublin





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