Social, Personal & Health Education - Curriculum

The curriculum is presented in three strands Myself, Myself and others and Myself and the wider world. These are consistent throughout the primary school and provide a basis for the SPHE and the civic, social and political education (CSPE) curricula at post-primary level. The strands are presented at four levels, outlining the content that could

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SPHE PDST

This suite of resources has been developed by the PDST Primary Health and Wellbeing Team to support your understanding of the Primary SPHE curriculum. Click on each of the videos below to learn more about SPHE and for guidance on how to select appropriate resources specific to your school context and pupils' needs. Video 1 - Introduction to SPHE

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Curriculum

The Primary School Curriculum (1999) outlines the contents of childrens learningthe what and how of childrens learningfor childrens first eight years in school, from junior infants to sixth class. The curriculum aims to develop each childs potential to the full. encourage a love of learning. help children develop skills they will use all their lives.

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Social, Personal and Health Education (SPHE) in the sphe primary school curriculum

The Primary School Curriculum Social, Personal and Health Education(Department of Education and Science, 1999a), from here on referred to as the SPHE curriculum, was published as part of the Primary School Curriculum (Department of Education and Science, 1999b). SPHE is one of the six areas of learning in the curriculum.

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Strands and Strand Units PDST

The SPHE curriculum is presented in three strands Myself, Myself and others and Myself and the wider world. These are consistent throughout the primary school and provide a basis for the SPHE and the civic, social and political education (CSPE) curricula at post-primary level. Overview of SPHE Strands.

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SPHE - Curriculum

Social, Personal and Health Education (SPHE) This 100 hour SPHE short course builds on the Junior Cycle Social, Personal and Health Education Framework which SPHE teachers currently use to plan their SPHE programme in junior cycle.

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Active Learning Methodologies PDST

In SPHE there is a particular emphasis on children working together. This can include many different types of group interaction, such as collaborative work in large or small groups, structured play activities in the infant classes or co-operative learning activities in twos and threes.

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SPHE Resource List - PDST

SPHE Curriculum SPHE Teacher Guidelines National Council for Curriculum and Assessment ncca.ie Making the Links Making the Links is a guide to using materials from the Walk Tall programme, the Relationships and Sexuality Education programme and the Stay Safe programme. It is a practical guide in assisting teachers in their planning for SPHE.

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Relationships and Sexuality Education PDST

The review gathered perspectives on the current RSE curriculum, the adopted approaches to the teaching and learning of RSE and RSE supports available. Participation in the review was considerable and captured the voices of students, parents, teachers, school leaders, researchers and organisations.

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SPHE Welcome

SPHE, as part of the curriculum, supports the personal development, health and well-being of young people and helps them create and maintain supportive relationships. SPHE in Post-Primary schools is a programme for students in the Junior Cycle and builds on the experience of all children at Primary level.

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SPHE Educational Resources Prim-Ed Publishing

This is a seven-book series written to support the teaching and learning of the social, personal and health education subject area of the Irish curriculum. Primary SPHE has a variety of photocopiable activities, covering a wide range of objectives from all strand and strand units of the curriculum.

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SOCIAL, PERSONAL & HEALTH EDUCATION - SPHE

JUNIOR CYCLE SOCIAL, PERSONAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION INTRODUCTION 1. Rationale 3 2. Aims 4 3. SPHE in the school 5 3.1 The whole school 5 3.2 The role of the principal 5 3.3 Timetabling 6 3.4 Cross-curricular support 6 3.5 Core Values 6 3.6 The needs of the students 6 3.7 Teachers of SPHE 6 3.8 Home school links 7 4. SPHE at post-primary level

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Social, Personal and Health Education (SPHE) Best

2 VISITORS TO PRIMARY SCHOOLS GUIDELINES If schools wish to enhance or supplement the SPHE curriculum by inviting visitors to the classroom precise criteria must apply External facilitators/tutors who contribute to the SPHE programme must be approved in advance by the

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SPHE - Scoilnet

Official education portal of the Department of Education and Skills in Ireland. Curriculum focused resources and support for primary and post primary teachers.

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SPHE Resource List - PDST

A programme to support social, personal and health education in primary schools. Curriculum Development Unit, Mary Immaculate College, South Circular Rd, Limerick 061 204300 School Works A resource pack on the three interlinking issues of child labour, the right to

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Active Learning Methodologies PDST

Primary; Active Learning Methodologies Active learning is the principal learning and teaching approach recommended for SPHE. It requires children to actively participate in their learning in a wide variety of ways, thereby increasing the possibility of internalising what they have explored and of being able to use the learning in their everyday sphe primary school curriculum

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Relationships and Sexuality Education PDST

The review gathered perspectives on the current RSE curriculum, the adopted approaches to the teaching and learning of RSE and RSE supports available. Participation in the review was considerable and captured the voices of students, parents, teachers, school leaders, researchers and organisations.

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Curriculum Evaluation Social, Personal and Health sphe primary school curriculum

Primary School Curriculum (1999). They affirm good practice and make recommendations, where appropriate, to aid the further development of the subject in the school. HOW TO READ THIS REPORT During this inspection, the inspectors eval uated learning and teaching i n SPHE under the following headings 1. Yµo] Ç}( µ ]o [o v]vP 2.

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Stay Safe

The CAPP programme (Stay Safe) is a primary school based approach to the prevention of child abuse. The aim of the programme is to reduce vulnerability to child abuse and bullying through the provision of a personal safety education programme for children at primary school level, continuing professional development for teachers, training for Boards of Management and information sessions for sphe primary school curriculum

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Social, Personal and Health Education - SPHE

Guidelines Mild General Learning Disabilities / SPHE / POST-PRIMARY These guidelines are designed to support the Social, Personal and Health Education teacher in the context of a whole school plan for students with special educational needs. SPHE provides all students with a

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Primary NCCA

Building on the experiences of teachers, principals, parents and children of the Primary School Curriculum, here are a range of supports to schools in using assessment as part of daily classroom practice. Find out More. Reporting and Transfer . Everything you need for reporting to parents and the transfer of pupil information to other schools. sphe primary school curriculum

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GOREY COMMUNITY SCHOOL SPHE SUBJECT PLAN

SPHE Policy GCS Mission Statement In support of the Deed of Trust of Gorey Community School the aims of Gorey Community School are 1. To provide a comprehensive system of post-primary education open to all the community. 2. To deliver a broad, balanced curriculum in a

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Senior Cycle Social, Personal and Health Education sphe primary school curriculum

Curriculum development The Report recommends the development of a single, integrated curriculum for RSE and SPHE spanning both primary and post-primary education, with adequate time to teach it. Work on new specifications for SPHE/RSE will commence in the NCCA in 2021, beginning with a

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