Lead School Roll Number
Participating School RN
Scoil Naomh Colmcille
Cluster of primary schools, DEIS and non-DEIS, using coding, Graphic Design (in collaboration with a local printing company), and Digital Storytelling, and to children in utilising their own devices in a "best practice" approach to inform policy in that area.
St. Francis Boys School
Scoil Naisiunta Peadar & Pól
Scoil an Chlochair
Cornamaddy National School
Project comprising one lead DEIs post-primary school, collaborating with local primary schools on two projects, one in robotics, the other to build a renewable energy source, with post-primary students acting as trainers and mentors for primary pupils. Not only will this equip all of the learners with key skills, but a priority focus will be to advance our knowledge regarding bridging and supporting the transition from primary to post-primary school.
St. Columba's BNS
Greenmount National School
Morning Star National School
St. Kevin's Boys' School
Project comprising 7 primary schools which are reflective of the broader school environment - urban, rural, single sex, and mixed gender, with targeted inputs to encourage creative problem solving.
St. Brigid's National School
St. Kevin's G.N.S.
St. Olaf's NS
St. Kevin's Boys School
Holy Trinity National School
Gaelscoil an Ráithín
This project will encourage children to enhance their knowledge and skills in STEM subjects through a fun, appropriate and interactive stimulus. Primary school pupils and post-primary students will be encourage to build their STEM robotic projects in pairs in challenging lessons.
Limerick East Educate Together
Adare Boys National School
Mungret Community College
Sacred Heart Primary School Granard
Scoil Mhuire, Clarinbridge
Scoil Naomh Éanna
Project comprising 3 small rural primary schools, 2 DEIS, with a focus on using Visual Block programming which allows children to create personally meaningful interactive content.
Dept. of Computer Science UCC
St. Patrick's National School, Loch Gowna
Mixed primary and post-primary cluster, supported by a local PLC, intended to develop a structured approach to areas such as computational thinking, sequencing and numeracy which will have its beginnings in junior classes in primary and continue right through the senior cycle computer science in secondary school.
Bruskey NS ( St. Patrick’s)
Cavan Institute (PLC) 76087R
Scoil Mhuire, - Brierhill National School
Project aims to involve learners in creating digital resources in the broad area of well-being.
Merlin Woods Primary School
Scoil Mhuire, Oranmore
Kingswood Community School
St. Colman's Community College
St Angela’s College
Sacred Heart of Jesus National School, Huntstown,
Primary school cluster including one gaelscoil, focusing on using digital technology to address the T1 and T2 aspects of competencies of the PLC for oral language in both Gaelscoileanna and non-Gaelscoileanna and to support the ongoing development of a whole-school PLC plan for T1 and T2 languages
Scoil Oilibhéir, An Chúil Mhín, Clonsilla
Mary Mother of Hope Senior National School, Littlepace
Scoil Muire GNS, Lucan, Co. Dublin
St Colmans Derrinabroc NS
Cluster involving 4 primary and one post-primary school (2 DEIS), aims to enhance the Physical Education Programme at both Primary and Secondary School level in our cluster through the use constructivist pedagogies with mobile devices for students to give effective peer assessment and feedback in their PE lessons.
Scoil Mhuire, Brusna N.S
Scoil Íosa, Carracastle N.S.
The Don N.S., Cortoonmore N.S.
St. Nathy's Secondary School
Dublin 7 Educate Together National School
Primary cluster comprising mainly DEIS schools, with an emphasis on pupils working together and sharing knowledge and information. Different projects for defined class groups, beginning at introductory level for infant classes, up to a website project for 6th class, with newspaper/book project, photo gallery project, among others, in between.
Presentation Primary School Georges Hill
St. Paul's Primary School
St. Mary's Primary School
Gardiner Street Convent
Gaelscoil Eiscir Riada, Lucan, Co. Dublin
All-Irish cluster of gaelscoileanna aiming to develop Computational Thinking Skills in a Constructionist and Inquiry-Based Science Learning Environment through the use of Robotic materials, with a particular emphasis on expanding the range of resources available in Irish.
Scoil Uí Riada, Kilcock, Co. Kildare
Gaelscoil Uí Fhiaich, Maynooth, Co. Kildare
Scoil Chearbhaill Uí Dhálaigh, Leixlip, Co. Kildare
Gaelscoil Naomh Phádraig, Lucan, Co.Kildare
Gaelscoil na Camóige, Clondalkin, Dublin 22
Mercy Secondary School, Inchicore, Dublin 8
Post-primary cluster, 2 DEIS, 2 non-DEIS schools, project focuses on the Junior Cycle Framework, intends to develop assessment frameworks for teachers and students to use for the explicit assessment of skills, and show how to utilise state-of-the-art ICT tools (such as https://www.nomoremarking.com/ which is based on Adaptive Comparative Judgement ) to support the assessment of skills/competences.
Tallaght Community School, Tallaght Dublin 24.
Bremore Educate Together Second Level School
Stepaside Educate Together Second Level School.
CBS Thurles Secondary School
7 primary schools with one lead post-primary school, focus on enhancing STEM capacity through cross-sectoral collaboration, with post-primary students interacting with primary pupils in relevant subject areas.
Scoil Ailbhe, CBS Primary School.
Two Mile Borris National School
Moycarkey National School
Littleton National School
Ballycahill National School
Holycross National School
Temple Carrig School, Greystones, Co Wicklow
Post-primary cluster, with a broad geographical and demographic spread, project will use high definition drone cameras to record footage of the local areas surrounding the schools. The core focus of footage will surround the core elements of the Junior and Senior Cycle curriculums, namely, Physical Processes (Rivers, Coasts, Geology), Human Geography (Urbanisation, Population growth, Historical) and Field Studies (Rivers, Coasts, Traffic Studies). This will facilitate content creation to show a variety of land uses in different areas of the country.
Alexandra College, Dublin 6
King’s Hospital School, Dublin 20
Midleton College, Cork
Sandford Park School, Dublin 6
Wilson’s Hospital School, Co Westmeath
10 post-primary schools, 6 DEIS, using a variety of specific projects (including a collaboration with Monaghan Institute to design, develop and implement transition year modules in Micro:bit programming and App Invention) supported by Cavan Monaghan ETB, to develop a consolidated approach on the Integration and embedding of technology to enhance teaching, learning and STEM practices in CMETB schools.
Ballybay Community College
Beech Hill College
St Mogues College
St. Bricins College
Coláiste Dun an Rí
2 Primary, 2 post-primary schools, 3 DEIS, This project will aim to support schools and teachers in their introduction of coding/computer science across the curriculum, to provide students across various year levels (primary and secondary) with the opportunity to learn about and use algorithmic thinking, computational thinking and coding creativity to understand and change the world.
Saint Eunan's College
Letterkenny Educate Together National School
Cloughfin National School
7 post-primary schools, Under this proposed project, a group of selected teachers from the identified schools, including one island school, will come together in partnership under curriculum planning to explore ways of enriching and enhancing the teaching and learning in their classrooms. Project will develop curricular content in consultation and collaboration with students.
Gairmscoil Chú Uladh
Colaiste na Carraige
Gairmscoil Mhic Diarmada
Post-primary DEIS lead school with 4 primary schools, STEM ROOTS is a project that encompasses primary, secondary and third level. Students and teachers from across the sectors will collaborate to produce group ePortfolios that will showcase STEM development through web design, hardware and software projects.
Scoil Dean Cussen
Post-primary - all-Irish cluster of Gaelcholaistí, using Video Blogs: to promote, refine and sustain the Irish language through technology in Irish-Medium Schools
Gaelcholáiste an Eachréidh
Gaelcholáiste Charaigh Uí Leighin
Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne
Banagher College – Colaiste na Sionna
Post-primary cluster, rural towns, The project aims to use industry leading training in MoJo (mobile journalism) video content creation to enhance teaching, learning and digital literacy among educators and students in the cluster schools; while also being central to AFL (assessment for learning) and blended learning approaches in the respective schools.
Colaiste Mhuire, Mullingar
Colaiste Choilm, Tullamore
Coláiste Chiarain, Summerhill, Crannagh, Athlone
Mayfield Community School
Lead by DEIS post-primary, with 4 primary schools (3 DEIS), project uses coding animated webcasts and robot challenges to reinforce the learning of our students by coding what they have learned, sharing what they have coded, assessing the effectiveness of their efforts and then reflecting on the whole process to learn how to do it better the next time around.
Scoil Mhuire agus Eoin N.S.
St. Killian's Special School
St. Mark's N.S.
St. Brendan's G.N.S.
Mixed primary and post-primary, number of DEIS schools, one Gaelcholaiste, strong third level involvement, education centre support and industry participation, through a series of cross sectoral workshops will explore the maths curricula in the transition from primary to post-primary, and investigate activities using IZAK9 cubes, Geogebra and other technologies to engage students in collaborative learning, problem solving, hypothesis development and testing. Digital portfolios will be used to track progress and outcomes in this project.
St Philomena's NS
Kildare Town CS
Kildate Town ET
St Louis Community School
Post-primary cluster, with a focus on the area of career guidance, improving senior cycle student’s awareness of how key skills relate to diverse study and career paths using artificial intelligence.
Patrician Secondary School
Carlow Educate Together NS
Educate Together primary school cluster, This project aims to create an online classroom to teach Educate Together’s Ethical Education curriculum to 6 schools where children will collaborate to build up a complete programme of work for all schools to use. Methodologies used will be applicable to other content
Newbridge Educate Together NS
Citywest Educate Together NS
Portlaoise Educate Together NS
Kildare Educate Together NS
Firhouse Educate Together NS
Bunclody Vocational College
A cluster of 10 post-primary schools, the project will create a professional network of Music teachers, to facilitate the use of additional music software, video conferencing for student and teacher collaboration and creation of Class Notebooks as Digital portfolios as part of assessment.
Coláiste an Átha, Kilmuckridge
St. Paul's Community College
St. Declan's Community College
Enniscorthy Vocational College
Meanscoil San Nicolás an Rinn
Project will use digital technologies to facilitate and enhance the Classroom based assessment piece for Juinior Cycle initially, across a number of curricular areas, including P.E, and modern languages. To note, this cluster has been expanded, by the addition of 5 individual applicant post-primary schools proposing similar projects.
St. Joseph's College "The Bish"
Jesus and Mary Secondary School, Salerno
NUI Galway School of Education
Loreto Secondary School
St. Mary's Secondary School Glasnevin
Presentation College, Carlow
Sancta Maria College, Louisburgh.
Swinford National School
Project to involve teachers and pupils in the creation of a new 4D model of CPD, which combines Lesson Study, Bridge 21 and Design Thinking models to create a new innovative online experience for teachers working in Teacher Design Teams to collaboratively effect change at a whole-school level to innovate and improve educational practice, through the embedding of a range of digital technologies in teaching and learning. To note, these two clusters were asked to merge based on common theme.
Meelick National School
Culmore National School
Midfield National School
St Patrick's De la Salle Boys' N.S,
Scartaglen National School
The plan aims to embed coding practices, develop computational thinking and problem solving while encouraging creativity. The coding skills to be taught are divided into four levels, Junior/Senior, First/Second, Third/Fourth and Fifth/Sixth class.
Kilmurry NS (Scoil Mhuire B & C)
Clondrohid National School
Tralee Institute of Technology
Coláiste Ide agus Iosef, Abbeyfeale (Second Level)
The aim of this project is to explore and research the impact of a number of professional learning opportunities for all teachers in our schools so that digital technologies will be embedded in teaching, learning and assessment by all teachers. We aim to address this by focussing on teaching and learning approaches and methodologies and exploring /sharing/ researching the range of tools and applications that can deepen the learning for all pupils.
St. Attracta's NS
Scoil Phádraig, Westport
St. Angela's NS
St. Joseph's P.S. Ballinrobe
Cloghans Hill NS
Ardfert Central N.S
Primary and post-primary school cluster, using Virtual Reality to provide an enhanced learning experience for pupils and students, in a variety of contexts, including the Primary Language Curriculum, wellbeing, and numeracy. To note, these two clusters have been asked to merge based on common theme.
Tralee Educate Together N.S.
Scoil Mhuire de Lourdes
St. Mark's Senior National School
St. Thomas's Senior National School
St. Anne's Primary School
Sacred Heart Senior National School
Coláiste Pobail Setanta
Sacred Heart Senior National School
Coláiste Pobail Setanta