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Teachers' Resources

Association of Secondary Teachers in Ireland - The ASTI is the main second level teachers’ union in Ireland, representing 17,000 Irish teachers. It includes details of events, publications, policy and campaigns and how to become an ASTI member.

The Department of Education and Science

The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI)

The Teaching Council

Irish National Teachers’ Organisation

Higher Education Authority

IVEA - Irish VocationalEducation Association

Leadership Development for Schools (LDS)


Senior Cycle Curriculum Resources

Junior Cycle Curriculum Resources

Software Central provides advice and support to teachers using educational software. Practising teachers evaluate software in a classroom context and these evaluations are published on Software Central.

The Digital Schools Award is a new initiative that aims to recognise excellence in a school's approach to the integration of ICT in learning and teaching.

The Educational Company of Ireland

Marking Schemes for Leaving and Junior Cert Papers

ExamSupport is the Study Support and Exam Preparation website for Leaving and Junior Cert students.

Junior and Senior Cycle Curriculum Resources

Curriculum Development Unit

The National Centre for Technology in Education

Junior Cert. Schools Programme (JCSP)


Junior Certificate School Programme Literacy and Numeracy Strategy Website


Modern Languages Post Primary Initiative

School Development Planning Initiative (SDPI)

Second Level Support Service (SLSS)

Social Personal and Health Education (SPHE)

ABC – Anti-Bullying Centre – Trinity College

Online resource for Teachers


Schools Online Resources and Supports

Educational Matters Magazine

Book and Publishing Services - This material is free to access and includes PowerPoint slides and solutions.

Special Education Support Service

The Association of CSPE Teachers

The History Teachers' Association of Ireland is the only professional body whose sole purpose is to represent the interests of those involved in teaching history.

GAA - Céim ar Aghaidh/Step Ahead uses the fun of Gaelic games to deliver an exciting range of exercises to support the senior cycle of the Primary School Curriculum for many subject. Online resources here.


Resources for English Teachers


Irish Teachers Resources

Teaching and learning resources in Irish

Biology Support Service

Home Economics Support Service

T3 Ireland – Support Service for Junior Cert Science

Art Teachers Association of Ireland

Junior/Leaving Certificate Religious Education Support Service

The Schools Integration Project (SIP)