FÁILTE CHUIG CLÁR NA HIDIRBHLIANA
An Tasc - Forás pearsanta, sósialta, oideachasúil agus gairmiúil na mac léinn a chur chun tosaigh agus iad a ullmhú mar bhaill neamhspleácha, freagracha den tsochaí ina mbeidh siad páirteach.
WELCOME TO THE WEBSITE OF THE TRANSITION YEAR PROGRAMME
The Transition Year Programme is a unique one year programme that promotes the personal, social, vocational and educational development of students and prepares them for their role as autonomous, participative and responsible members of society (Transition Year Guidelines, 1994, Department of Education). TY provides a bridge to enable students to make the transition from the more dependent type of learning associated with Junior Cycle to the more independent learning environment associated with Senior Cycle. It encourages the development of a wide range of transferable critical thinking and creative problem solving skills.
For information contact: email@example.com
|TRANSITION YEAR RESOURCES|
TY Refresher Workshop Resources
TY Exploring Planning Booklet
|CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD)
PDST TY PICNIC - CPD for Transition Year Co-ordinators
Thank you to all the TY teachers who attended the TY PICNIC on the 7th September, 2016.
Please find presentations from the day.
PDST TY Get up and Go Competition 2017
All venues for the TY Get up and Go Competition are now full.
Get up and Go Promotional Video
New Tourism Modules and Competition
Cycle Against Suicide
Cycle Against Suicide is an initiative started by Irish entrepreneur, Jim Breen, as a result of his appearance on RTE's The Secret Millionaire programme. The main objective of the Cycle is to raise awareness of the considerable help and supports that are available for anyone battling depression, self harm, at risk of suicide or those bereaved by suicide.
The Cycle Against Suicide community is determined to let people in every corner of the island of Ireland know that; it's OK not to feel OK and it's absoluetly OK to ask for help. Together, shoulder to shoulder, we can break the cycle of suicide on the island of Ireland.
Iveagh Scholars Programme
The Iveagh Scholars programme is a way for secondary-studens to share their views on Ireland's role in the world, and to get involved in the discussion about how the Deparment of Foreign Affairs and Trade promotes abroad the values, interests and economic well-being of Ireland and its people. It is aimed at Transition Year students in Ireland and Year 12 students in Northern Ireland.
For further information, please click on the website https://www.dfa.ie/about-us/global-horizons/
The closing date for entries is 16th December, 2016
The 121digital programme facilitates approx 500 TY students annually to experience the power of enabling local adults with digital skills. This, in turn, empowers the TY students who volunteer for the programme. It is their first experience of teaching and it matures them on several levels.
For more information see attached file.
The Hope Foundation Web Link
What the Hope Foundation can offer schools:
- Free school talks to students of looking at topics such as child labour, trafficking, gender inequality and the work of HOPE.
- Travel to Calcutta with The Hope Foundation on our Immersion Programme
- HOPE Mini Company project with Butlers Chocolates
- Young Social Innovators Partnership
- Opportunity to take part in HOPE’s National Campaign in October
- Event support and local fundraising
- C.S.P.E Development Education programme
Exploring the Students Experience.
Student perceptions of Transition Year. 2014 ISSU Report (Irish Second Level Students Union). View Report
Transition Year Resources