Tipp Schools Reminder Texaco Children’s Art Competition

Tipperary teachers in primary and second level schools, whose pupils take part in the annual Texaco Children’s Art Competition, are reminded that the closing date for receipt of entries this year is Thursday, 28th February next. Last year over 600 pupils from schools in Co. Tipperary submitted entries to the Competition.

12 Year Old Children Make Classroom Sales Of €220,000 With JEP

The Junior Entrepreneur Programme (JEP)  has launched its 2019 recruitment programme, inviting primary schools across the island to participate in its entrepreneurship programme. The programme centres around primary schoolchildren in 5th and 6th class learning about entrepreneurship and launching classroom businesses. The businesses range from clocks to games to books and solutions for everyday problems. JEP) […]

Tipperary Primary Schools Invited To Apply For Free GIY Pack

GIY and innocent drinks team up to launch the seventh annual food growing initiative, a project that will enable 43,000 primary school children across the country to learn how to grow their own food this spring with ‘The innocent Big Grow’.   Primary schools across the country can apply now for a free Big Grow […]

25 Tipperary Schools To Share In €47 Million Summer Works Scheme – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has said he is delighted to confirm that The Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton will today announce the provision of €47 Million through the Summer Works Scheme, to provide for major improvements in primary and post primary schools, 25 of which are in County Tipperary. Deputy McGrath was speaking […]

Entrepreneurs Call on Primary Schools to Sign Up to Junior Entrepreneur Programme

Many of Ireland’s most successful entrepreneurs are calling on primary schools nationwide to participate in the Junior Entrepreneur Programme.  The free nationwide programme gives children between the ages of 10 and 12 years a real insight to the business world, by enabling them to convert their commercial ideas into real business opportunities, complete with management […]

New Technology That Prevents Cyber-Bullying For Primary Schools

Cybersmarties.com were Finalists in the Bank of Ireland National Awards for Best Innovative Startup 2016 and shortlisted for the Social Entrepreneur Awards 2016. They featured on the Sky TV channel Irish TV.  Attached is a Youtube link to the segment of the show. Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/2Ptxt3DOzRg?t=11s Cybersmarties.com is the First Safe Educational Social Network designed specifically for Primary School Kids. Through in-built security software CyberSmarties.com allows […]

Expanded ‘Moo Crew’ Returns For Primary School Children

Moo Crew, The Primary Dairy Moovement, will be available to primary schools again after Easter 2016 with a programme which expands into the Junior and Senior Infant classes for the first time, all the way up to 6th class; and with extended resources for teachers and pupils. Moo Crew was developed by the National Dairy […]

Intel launches Mini Scientist Competition 2015 for Primary school students

This week Intel Ireland has launched the Mini Scientist competition for 2015.   The Intel Mini Scientist Exhibition is a competition for Primary school students in which they develop science related projects which are then exhibited at fairs held within their own schools. Winning projects selected at this school level exhibition then go on to take part […]

Tipperary Green Business Network launch Poster Competition for Primary Schools

Tipperary Green Business Network launched a Poster Competition for Primary Schools in Tipperary on Friday 28th. March in the Thurles Chamber Enterprise Centre. The competition, which has been funded by North and South Tipperary County Councils, under LA21 Local Agenda Grant 2013, aims to get children thinking about green business. The theme of the poster […]

Agri Aware Launches New Educational Resource for Primary Schools

Agri Aware has launched a new curriculum-linked educational resource for primary schools.   Called ‘Dig In’, it will enable primary level students to learn about life on the farm and in the countryside, and the importance of the Irish agri-food industry in delivering safe, quality food.   Launched last week by Tom Hayes, Minister of […]

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