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Post-Primary Languages Ireland Newsletter

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Post-Primary Languages Ireland Newsletter



Welcome to the Post-Primary Languages Ireland Newsletter. As always, we are here to support you with innovative, informative, and useful resources, news, and ideas. We also look forward to meeting many of you at upcoming events. 

The Say Yes to Languages Primary Sampler Module has been extended for a fourth year with applications now open for interested schools. Primary schools are invited to participate in the ten-week language module. Deadline for applications is Wednesday 15th May. Read More>>
Languages Connect funding for Higher Education Institutions was officially launched on Thursday 11th April at a gathering in the Digital Hub. The day celebrated the achievements of the partnerships, as well as providing to opportunity to discuss plans for the year ahead. Read More>>
Languages Connect funding has been granted to seven heritage and lesser-taught language Summer Camps that will take place across the country this summer. The languages for this year's camps include Chinese, Japanese, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish and Portuguese. Read More>>

We have developed a range of language mats to help students learn everyday language in the classroom. We have now added Arabic to the long list of language mats available to students and teachers. An Arabic at Home mat is also now available. Read more>>

There are some exciting new job opportunities available at PPLI. Applications are now open for the roles of Clerical Officer, Finance Assistant and Project Officer. More information and application forms are available on our website. Read more>>
Má tá scoláirí ag smaoineamh ar staidéar a dhéanamh ar theanga iasachta don Ardteistiméireacht, b’fhiú dóibh féachaint ar an bpóstaer atá forbartha againn. Tugann an póstaer gach eolas faoi na teangacha curaclaim, agus neamhchuraclaim, nach mbíonn ach measúnú scríofa agus léamhthuisceana iontu, mar aon le hÚcráinis, a bheidh faoi scrúdú in 2025. Tuilleadh anseo>>
Congratulations to Erin Shoenmaker from Ashton Comprehensive School for winning first place in the Spanish Video Competition. In second place was Sammy Okodugha from Our Lady's Bower and in third, Niamh Collins from Lusk Community College. Read more>>

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