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I Wish. Co. Dublin and Cork.

I Wish (Inspiring women in STEM) is an initiative to inspire, encourage and motivate young secondary school female students to pursue careers in STEM. I Wish 2018 will feature a conference and interactive showcase exhibitions. The conference combines talks and interaction with female role models (superstars and graduates) with interactive exhibition spaces where companies engage […]

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The Rediscovery Centre

The Rediscovery Centre provides a variety of exciting and interactive workshops that are based on hands-on enquiry and experiential learning. All our workshops are linked to the second level school curriculum through a range of subjects including Science, Geography, CSPE, ESS and Art, Craft & Design. Our programme of Workshops for Second Level schools include […]

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Leon Andersen Magician

“Class Magic” is a Fun, interactive workshop that increases the interest of using numbers and creating stories outside of the classroom by learning simple magic tricks. Other Benefits are increased Self-Esteem, Self-Confidence and Social Skills, Memory, Eye-Hand Coordination and Sequencing to name a few. Each workshop lasts for 40 minutes and can have up to […]

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Teen-Turn

Teen-Turn provides teen girls from disadvantaged areas work placements in technology career environments with top companies from all sectors in order to tackle the deficit of women in technology careers as well as bridge the divide between companies and their neighbouring communities. By focusing on girls, Teen-Turn aims to influence course decision-making processes and inform […]

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Early University Entrance

Transition Year students with high academic ability may participate in Early University Entrance at Dublin City University. Here students get the opportunity to study modules from a degree programme of their choice on one day each week, over the course of one or two semesters.   Courses are based on degree programmes on offer in DCU […]

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W5, Belfast.

W5 is Ireland’s award winning science and discovery centre located in Belfast. With over 250 amazing interactive exhibits in four incredible exhibition areas, W5 provides a unique experience as well as fantastic fun for visitors of all ages. In addition to permanent exhibits, W5 also presents a changing programme of large and small scale temporary […]

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Anyone 4 Science Ltd.

(Workshops through English, Spanish & French) Anyone 4 Science provides fun hands-on science engineering and maths activities. For secondary schools our activities are suitable for students up to and including Transition Year. We offer chemical synthesis and crystal growing workshops, DNA extraction, a crime scene investigation, a bio-engineering workshop where the students make an artificial […]

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Science Foundation Ireland – Smart Futures Programme

Smart Futures is a collaborative Government-Industry-Education programme promoting science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) careers to secondary school students, parents, guidance counselors and teachers in Ireland. It provides careers information via www.SmartFutures.ie and access to role models through its STEM volunteer programme. It is managed by Science Foundation Ireland in partnership with Engineers Ireland, and […]

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Educate.ie

Educate.ie is an educational publishing imprint based in Castleisland, Co. Kerry. We provide a wide range of teacher digital resources on our dedicated site Educateplus.ie – including audio, video, teacher resource books, class plans, solutions, worksheets and more – all accessible to teachers who are using our titles. We aim to give teachers the books […]

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Junior Achievement Ireland

Junior Achievement (JA) programmes facilitated by business volunteers encourage young people to remain in education and help them develop the skills they need to succeed in a changing world. Working with schools and business partners, JA programmes promote work readiness, financial literacy, entrepreneurship and the value of studying STEM. Programmes begin at primary school level, […]

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