Senior Cycle Accounting



Documents providing guidance and information for Leaving Certificate 2021/2022 were recently published by the Department of Education. These documents outline very important information in relation to mediating curriculum and changes to assessment for 2021/2022. The documents offer key information relating to assessment arrangements, final examinations and much more.  Full details can be found at






Accounting Resources

Accounting Resources link 


Online Marking, Examination Paper Design and Stationery Design 2020



Please find link on the State Examination Commission







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All schools can apply for subject based support. To avail of school based support for Accounting, follow this link to our online form.


The Business Studies Teachers Association of Ireland (BSTAI) also provide continuing professional development courses, seminars and an annual conference.  For further information, visit  







NCCA Updates on curriculum reform in Ireland, assessment for learning, etc.

Chartered Accountants Ireland (ACA)

Chartered Accountants Ireland (The Institute) is a membership body representing over 30,000 influential members throughout the globe. Our role is to educate, represent and support our members. Our members work in senior positions in practice and industry.


Visit to discover what being a Chartered Accountant is all about, how it’s anything but a boring career and find out how to become a Chartered Accountant.

Open Colleges Periodic table of accounting terms
Junior Cycle for Teachers Information about the implementation of the new Junior Cycle Framework







Esther Herlihy is the Administrator for Accounting and is based in Navan Education Centre, Athlumney, Navan, Co. Meath. Esther can be contacted on 046 907 8382 or