Primary School Education

Technology for Sight Loss:

If you have little or no vision, you may find it difficult or impossible to do things that so many people now take for granted. These include using the internet, booking flights, reading printed items such as books, magazines, newspapers or even mail that comes through the door. Technology can

Ballyoran Primary School Special Needs Education:

Ballyoran Primary School promotes an inclusive ethos; all pupils are offered access to a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum and given every opportunity to develop to their full potential while being educated alongside their peers.  A child has special educational needs if he or she has a learning difficulty which calls

St. Anne’s School Special Needs Education:

St. Anne’s School is a special school established in 1973 and caters for pupils from Co. Clare with special educational needs within the range of mild general learning disability, from 4- 18 years of age   At St. Anne’s our school motto is……  ‘To be all you can be.’ It is

Primary Schools in Ireland Special Schools:

Here you can find details for Primary schools in Ireland that have Special Needs capabilities. Note: Many schools are listed by their Irish name as per Department of Education records. If you let us know the ‘local’ name we can update our records for that too. Primary Schools in Ireland Special School

Find A School:

To find a school, select the school level and geographical area. You may wish to refine your search by selecting Ethos, Language of Instruction and/or Gender. You will be presented with a map identifying the schools meeting your selection. Select an individual school or click View School list to see

Enable, Microsoft Plan Assistive Technology Passport:

The AT Passport will be a personal record of all of the relevant information about an individual’s requirement for AT including the necessary referrals, eligibility and training requirements and can support users to access the training and supports they need. It is expected that 10% of people with a disability