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See and Learn

Down Syndrome Ireland has been working with junior and senior infant teachers in implementing the See and Learn programme in primary schools across Ireland.  The See and Learn programme has been designed to meet the specific learning needs of children with Down syndrome. It can also be helpful for other children experiencing similar learning difficulties.

Please click on the link for further details on the See and Learn Programme, See and Learn Training Video (full)

Contact: Olive Buckeridge (Head of Early Intervention DSI) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you would like any additional information.


Please click on this link for presentation in relation to the Words Their Way Programme.

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Words Their Way: Word Study for Phonics, Vocabulary and Spelling Instruction, Global Edition, 7th Edition
Words Their Way: Letter and Picture Sorts for Emergent Spellers, Global Edition, 3rd Edition
Words Their Way: Letter and Picture Sorts for Letter Name-Alphabetic Spellers, Global Edition, 3rd Edition
Words Their Way: Word Sorts for Within Word Pattern Spellers Global Edition, 3rd Edition
Words Their Way: Word Sorts for Syllables and Affixes Spellers, Global Edition, 3rd Edition
Words Their Way: Word sorts for Derivational Relations Spellers, Global Edition

National Museum of Ireland 

New schools programme 2020/2021, click for relevant links and programme highlights for sharing here: SCHOOLS PROGRAMME 2020/2021 

Covid 19: continuing to support pupils with SEN/ASD

Slides from the webinar on the 20th of October, click here to view.

NEPS Wellbeing Toolkit

The link below is to resources for primary, post primary and SET students that were developed by the DES/NEPS. They include useful worksheets and ideas for wellbeing work with children at this time.


Helping with the return to school in Autumn 2020 Presentations for Teachers & Parents on helping young people return to school. A number of useful presentations for Teachers, Parents and SNAs have been developed over the last 12 weeks by the National Educational Psychological Service (NEPS) and the HSE Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) in partnership with ESCI.  Click on link below for further information.



Back to School -  In Challenging Times. Providing a Psychological Framework for a successful transition. Click on the link for further information and slideshow.!AhyWGFsG9lsbgp803yslE4-N57zk3g?e=aHHexL