Children in sixth class are lucky enough to participate in a six-week introductory course to Coding. This teaches the children all the foundations they need to develop the language of coding for the future. The course takes place in the beautiful surroundings of the law library in Blackhall place.
(Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
TU Dublin – City Campus, provide opportunities for 4th and 5th class pupils to engage with the university through a range of STEM workshops. Not only do the pupils participate in a workshop, but they get a tour of the campus and the opportunity to talk to current TU Dublin students about College Life.
The Solas Project
Solas@School is a collection of school-based programmes aimed at preparing young people for their transition from primary to secondary school. The programme offered to our 5th and 6th classes involve various activities that aim to improve each pupil’s self-worth, character and motivation, and aims to equip students for the academic changes coming their way.
BizWorld delivers tailored enterprise workshops for pupils in 4th – 5th class, the programme highlights the importance of business skills, terminology and entrepreneurship within primary schools. The skills children develop in BizWorld Ireland workshops are the most sought-after skills in the workforce today: creativity, collaboration, communication, teamwork and negotiation.
Junior Entrepreneur Programme
Junior Entrepreneur Programme (JEP) gives all our pupils the opportunity to experience practical, real-life business learning as part of their formative education. Wwith the inspiration of local entrepreneurs, the children choose, invest in and produce their own product or service from scratch, all the way to making it available for sale at a school-hosted JEP Showcase Day – and enjoying the profits at the end.