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Fáilte chuig Ionad Oideachais Shligigh

Sligo Education Centre aims to provide support to teachers and the wider education community, and to be an accessible and welcoming place of learning, reflection and social interaction.Welcome to our website, the aim of which is to provide an on-line service for the teachers of Sligo and surrounding areas.Through this website we hope to provide access to the Education Centre's resources and to keep teachers informed of up coming events and courses available to them here in the Sligo Education Centre.

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All Primary & Post Primary Teachers
in the
Sligo Education Centre Catchment Area

are invited to attend
our

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Tuesday 7th March at 6.00p.m
in the Education Centre

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DATES FOR YOUR DIARY  -  

The Teaching Principal
& Time Management in the Dual Role


This workshop focuses on the demanding role of the Teaching Principal. It aims to make the role manageable against the background of increasing demands on principals’ time and energy..more

Date:
Monday 27th February / 4.30p.m
Venue:
Murphy’s Hotel, Tubbercurry

Mental Health Awareness Initiative For PARENTS (Primary /Post Primary)

Information Evening
for parents, guardians and other adults interested or concerned about young people’s mental health.
As a result of this presentation, participants will  more

To register click on links above or call 071 9138700

Financial Information for all teachers more
Ciarán Hughes BSc F&A/QFA of PSRA

  • Pensions  &  AVC’s

  • Spouse and Children’s pension

  • Salary Protection

  • Life cover & Mortgage Protection:

  • Savings

Date: Thursday 4th May(7pm)
Venue: Sligo Education Centre
Please register HERE

Manual Handling

Manual handling is a statutory requirement for all staff, under the Health, safety and welfare at work Act 2005.
This course will cover the following topics  more

Due to demand another course has been scheduled
Date: Tuesday Feb 13th  (6pm - 9pm)
Venue: Sligo Education Centre
Fee : €20

Register online
www.ecsligocourses.com

The Incredible Years Parent Programme
Wednesday February 8th -7pm for 10 weeks

  • Help your child improve behaviour

  • Build a stronger relationship

  • Help your child make friends and feel happier

  • Learn how to use praise and reward to improve behaviour

  • Agree new ways of solving problems

  • Meet other parents who are making changes just like you

  • Have fun, get support, achieve something important for you MORE

For further information & bookings contact Sligo Education Centre 071 9138700 or info@ecsligo.ie

CALLING : French Teachers  
M. Pierre-Yves Roux
French education expert by the CIEP
will deal with following theme :

"Principles and activities to develop
and assess oral production skills".

Participants will quickly brush up the theoretical theories about oral skills which will mainly focus tools for the classroom

Friday 24 th February   (9am – 5pm)
Register HERE

NQT Induction Programme (2016-2017) more  NQT Workshops


Registration Form -

Schedule of Workshops

Concern Primary Debates Programme



The information collected on this application form will be used solely for the purpose for which it is collected.
Application Form

WRITE A BOOK PROJECT

Please submit your books and collect a set for reading on Feb 28th between 3.30pm - 5pm

Mental Health Awareness Initiative
Primary School Parents etc

Information Evening for parents, guardians and other adults interested or concerned about young people’s mental health. As a result of this presentation, participants will  more

Thursday March 2nd  7.30 - SLIGO
Thursday March 22nd- 7.30pm -ENNISCRONE

To register click on links above or call 071 9138700

PDST -Technology in Education Sligo Education Centre are currently nominating tutors to attend the national tutor training programme

If you are interested in tutoring, please read the
Tutor Agreement
and complete the tutor
Application Form


PDST Technology in Education funds education centres to provide access to CPD opportunities which can be tailored to your schools’ staff needs and made available in your own school (minimum 10 teachers). This can consist of anything from a standard national course (Summer Course) to a less formal support group.more  

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