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Please see below details of the heritage competition being organised by the Department of Culture Heritage and Gaeltacht. This competition is open to all primary schools and is aimed at encouraging 4th, 5th and 6th class pupils to reflect on the heritage of Ireland and to represent their opinions through the design of an emoji
Save the dates March 28th Virginia Show Centre March 29th Monaghan Education Centre After our successful Road to Code Event last year, CMETB, Monaghan Education Centre and Microsoft would like to invite Primary and Post Primary teachers to this years Let’s Code event which focuses on Digital Story Telling. Educators will also get ‘hands-on’ with
Do Dhaoine Óga Amharclann an Gharaíste 27/03/2019 Ag 10 r.n. Cuirigí glaoch orainn má tá suim agaibh! 047 74000
The application process for Reading Recovery Programme for school year 19/20 is now open on the PDST website www.pdst.ie or click on this link http://www.pdst.ie/ReadingRecoveryTraining. Please note applications cannot be made via phone or email. Please note that the closing date for this application form is Thursday 4th April 2019 Please note that an application for Reading Recovery training does not guarantee
Focal Ón Stiurthóir.
Ba mhaith liom fáilte croíúil a chuir romhat chuig ár suíomh agus tá súil agam gur féidir le bainistíocht agus foireann an ionaid cabhair agus tacaíocht a thabhairt duit ar do thuras gairmiúil san oideachas.
I would like to welcome you to our website and I hope that the management and staff of the centre can be a help and support to you on your professional journey. Monaghan Education Centre has grown from the drive and vision of a small group of local teachers. Their hunger for development remains an example to all local teachers, an example which leads us to seek learning in order to provide fulfilling and effective educational experiences for the young people in our care.
To this end, we request that our teachers continue to provide direction to us so that we may provide the supports and learning experiences that our teachers deem relevant to their practice. If at any stage you have a suggestion or an idea that you deem relevant to the development of our educational community do not hesitate to contact us directly or submit your suggestion.
Mar fhocal scoir, guím gach rath ar ár scoileanna agus ar ár múinteoirí uilig anois agus amach anseo.
Le gach uile dea-mhéin,
Dáithí Mac Thaidhg
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