Welcome to Seomra Ranga, the Hub for Primary School Resources. For the overseas visitors “Seomra Ranga” means “classroom” in the Irish language.
Seomra Ranga has been successfully providing tried and tested resources for primary school classrooms since 2007. Since that time, the site has gradually built up a strong following amongst educators as a repository of quality teacher-created resources. The resources on the site, which support all areas of the curriculum, are arranged in accordance with the curricular provisions of the Irish primary school….
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With “Brexit” being such a hot topic of conversation at the moment, it’s hard to avoid an issue of such historic importance which could have long lasting implications for us all. This 25-poster pack is an attempt to explain a complex issue in a way that pupils might be able to understand.
Sam Hannigan’s Rock Star Granny is written and illustrated by Alan Nolan and published by O’ Brien Press. Nanny Gigg enters a competition on the radio for a night in a posh bed and breakfast and tickets to go and see her favourite band, the Roaming Scones. read more…
Cass is the main character in the story and she goes on a scavenger hunt with her friends, Lex and Nicholas. Everything is going well until she looks at the shed and discovers the weather vane is not there. Also, her friend Carmella from the retirement home has lost her locket. read more…
This Word Mat contains vocabulary associated with the story of the background of St. Patrick. The vocabulary is all contained on one single sheet so it would be useful to be used as a handout for pupils or to display on IWB. It would be suitable to be used when pupils are writing
Ocht babhta le sé cheist i ngach babhta, babhta réitigh chomh maith le freagraí go léir ar 151 sleamhnán Powerpoint (PPTX). Tá an Tráth na gCeist seo an-oiriúnach don CBI (IWB) sa seomra ranga nó i halla na scoile. Tá sé oiriúnach do pháistí sna meán ranganna agus sna hardranganna.
This Word Mat contains vocabulary associated with the feast of St. Patrick. The vocabulary is all contained on one single sheet so it would be useful to be used as a handout for pupils or to display on IWB. It would be suitable to be used for doing creative writing
This book described the life of St. Brigid, a Patron Saint of Ireland. St. Brigid was born in 451 AD, and was a contemporary of St. Patrick. Brigid’s father Dubhtach was a chieftain, but her mother Brocca was a slave. This meant Brigid was a slave also. read more…
This resource contains a selection of posters to explain in simple terms the meaning behind the season of Lent.There are thirteen posters in the file to print out and display. The resource also explains the meaning behind Mardi Gras, Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday.