Training the Trainers!

Young Social Innovators https://www.youngsocialinnovators.ie/
NEWS / 3 October 2021

Sean Brilly (Associate with Professional Development Service Teachers, PDST) and now Junior Cycle for Teachers (JCT) will be joining Helen O’Kelly, Sarah Corrigan, and Delia Donohoe (PDST) and Siobhan Reynolds and Sheenagh Maxwell (Professional Support Team (PST) Droichead Induction for Newly Qualified Teachers), Patricia Gordon, (JCT Leadership Team) in facilitating Continuous Professional Development for teachers!

PDST - Professional Development Service for Teachers

JCT - Junior Cycle for Teachers

Droichead Induction for Newly Qualified Teachers - Teaching Council

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General School News, Green Schools, Parents Association, Student Council / 20 October 2021
​Concern Fast 2021 - Global Citizenship Education

​Concern Fast 2021 - Global Citizenship Education

Hunger, poverty, inequality, and conflict threaten sustainability and world peace. As part of Global Citizenship Education and Stratford College's work in promoting a more just, fair, and sustainable world, students are engaging and learning about global issues, and taking action to address some of these issues.

Stratford College is supporting Concern's Fast 2021. Help us, to help combat world hunger and work towards more just, fair, and sustainable societies.

Click below to make your donation!

https://fast-schools.concern.net/stratfordcollege

Concern Fast: Make a donation today to support FAST

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Subject Blogs, Art, English/Drama, Music, Wellbeing, General School News, Student Council / 29 September 2021
Chasing Joy ebook! Enjoy the student competition entries

Chasing Joy ebook! Enjoy the student competition entries

In January 2021, as Ireland bore the brunt of the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic and remote schooling was required for a second time, a competition was announced where Stratford students were encouraged to express themselves 'Chasing Joy!'. Now you can watch the eBook of the creative works submitted by students.

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