IN-PERSON VISITSCuriOcean whale and dolphin workshops allow children to understand and protect the marine environment through hands-on and fun activities! They will join an interactive introduction to marine mammals, play detectives through a photo-identification game and get a deeper understanding on how dolphins and whales communicate.
IN-PERSON VISITSWillow weaving, storytelling, and heritage arts
VIRTUAL VISITS'Pollination - How nature makes our fruits and seeds': Introduction to pollination, making the connection between insects and food production through interactive discussions, guided outdoor activities, hands-on flower dissection and creative drawing.
IN-PERSON VISITSWe cover pollination, biodiversity, native tree identification, fresh water animals and seaweeds. We include worksheets, quizzes, hands on outdoor activities and creativity in our workshops.
IN-PERSON VISITSA fun and interactive way of uncovering the natural world around us and the prehistoric history of Ireland through discovery, fun games, and creative activities. Find out all about the ancient sea creatures that lived long ago and the different creatures that inhabit our seashore today. Learn from local rocks, fossils, and landforms, about Ireland’s ancient past, its earthquakes and volcanoes, and vast mysterious lands where dinosaurs once roamed. We'll leave no stone unturned!
IN-PERSON VISITSA series of exciting workshops focusing on ancient crafts and technologies which are based on Irish Archaeology. Mark’s uses an active-learning approach with hands-on, practical and stimulating activities which allow children to explore the world around them in a fun, engaging and creative manner.
IN-PERSON VISITSTony's visits are aimed at getting children into the outdoors to discover the natural world surrounding their school and locality. Visits are fun, interactive and suitable for all classes and age groups.
IN-PERSON VISITSAngie is a passionate and highly experienced ‘forest school leader’ who firmly believes in nature pedagogy. Angie feels that connecting with nature and encouraging student led learning in the outdoors is of great importance in this increasingly digital age.
VIRTUAL VISITSMusic of the Plants: introduction to the wildflowers and trees of the Autumn forest through art, music and stories – virtual visits include a virtual woodland walk with plenty of opportunities for live interaction and questions and answers.
IN-PERSON VISITSMusic of the Plants: introduction to the wildflowers and trees of the Autumn forest through art, music and stories .
IN-PERSON VISITSExploring heritage through music and sound
IN-PERSON VISITSBy investigating the materials, technology and influences of everyday architecture, artist Alison Mac Cormaic explores the built heritage in your village, town, city or school. Workshop are coordinated from a range of research, drawing, design and construction activities to match the style and features of your local buildings.
IN-PERSON VISITSPaddy covers local built and natural heritage. School gardening is his speciality.
VIRTUAL VISITSExplore the wet and wild peatlands of Ireland from peatland formation, flora and fauna to archaeology.
IN-PERSON VISITSExplore the wet and wild peatlands of Ireland from peatland formation, flora and fauna to archaeology. Visits can be hosted within the classroom or outdoors on a local peatland reserve.
VIRTUAL VISITSSteve and Lisanne from Dig it Kids use a fun, interactive and hands-on approach to make history and archaeology virtual workshops fun for children.
IN-PERSON VISITSCreative environmental education – Jessica connects children to nature and our environmental impacts through hands on experiences in outdoor spaces, school gardens and workshops in the classroom.
IN-PERSON VISITSWilliam aims to bring attention to the story of Ireland’s rich food heritage which has largely been undocumented. William believes in the importance of our connection to food heritage and culture and to explore the role that food must play in our own health and the health of our planet.
VIRTUAL VISITSDuring a virtual visit David and Sinead explain the concept of pollination and how this leads to the formation of seeds and fruits.
IN-PERSON VISITSDavid's classroom activities include engaging sessions on the tides, identifying marine organisms and talks about living marine animals which David brings into the classroom!
IN-PERSON VISITSIan brings practical, environmental and heritage education into schools through organic and wildlife gardening.
IN-PERSON VISITSBarry is a history and storytelling specialist who will explore local stories of pirates, giants, adventures and battles engaging and involving the children dramatically.
IN-PERSON VISITSOutdoor learning, willow structure building, habitats to encourage pollinators into the school garden, planting with the seasons, weaving with willow and other natural sustainable materials to make individual 2D and group 3D projects,
IN-PERSON VISITSSarah offers workshops in medieval history, Ireland’s myths and legends, mindfulness, storytelling and local history, all tailored to fit your pupils needs. Sarah provides outdoor field trips to historical sites near your school which include personalised worksheets, arts and crafts.
VIRTUAL VISITSThe story of pollinators, seeds and food: Children will be introduced to common wild pollinator species, why native wild flowers are important for their survival and why and how do plants produce seed and food.
IN-PERSON VISITSAll aspects of biodiversity and nature connection; gardening with nature, growing heritage food and saving seed; Pollinators and native wild plant species in the school grounds, how to attract, identify and protect.
IN-PERSON VISITSExploring your local Irish biodiversity throughout the seasons with your class and taking steps to care for it at school in a fun, active way.
VIRTUAL VISITSAlbert's virtual workshop will introduce students to the hidden lives of Ireland's bats and explore some of the myths and legends that shroud bats.