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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There is continuing importance being laid upon getting children to do more physical activity, both in school and at home. The aim of this Powerpoint resource is to give pupils a structured movement break at 10am consisting of 10 exercises.
With an increasing awareness of and emphasis on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Maths) activities in the classroom, teachers may be designating a specific area in the classroom for work on STEAM. This FREE resource can be used read more…
The children in my class thought that this book, “A Sailor Went to Sea Sea Sea” by Sarah Webb and Steve Mc Carthy, was a fabulous book. They really enjoyed the poems and they had great fun reading the poems by themselves and aloud. read more…
“Firsts for Irish Women” by Olive Collins, “Martin Luther King Jr.” by Andrew O’Connor and “Pope Francis” by Brian Doyle are all books which are part of Poolbeg’s “In a Nutshell” series. read more…
This resource is aimed at pupils with social, emotional or sensory difficulties whose “emotional bucket” can overflow at some stage during the school day. It consists of twenty-two different strategies which the pupil could employ during those times when a meltdown is threatening
This resource could be used as an aid to pupils in middle and senior classes.The word mat contains vocabulary associated with cooking, especially culinary jargon. It would be especially useful for pupils when completing a procedural piece of writing
This resource contains a set of 50 questions beginning with “Can”. Its aim is to focus in on one particular type of question and to help pupils to construct appropriate sentences as answers, rather than simply a “yes” or “no” response. It could be used with pupils in junior and middle classes
This Table Quiz, especially put together for FIFA World Cup 2018, comprises eight rounds of six questions, a tie-break round, soccer joke slides and answers to all questions on 150 Powerpoint slides. It is geared towards pupils in the middle/senior end of the school.