Job Vacancy: ESOL Teacher

A new vacancy has arisen with SDC Partnership. The salary for this position will be depending on your qualification and experience. Anyone interested in applying for these posts  please  send a cover letter (no more than one A4 sheet) and an up to date CV (no more than 2 pages)   To: Administration & Operation…

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KICK Online Proves A Big Success!

Featured in the Echo: http://www.echo.ie/sport/article/kick-online-programme-proving-a-huge-success?fbclid=IwAR2wtwkqx8kXZnv_UMvs6nOvbr-2xi8VGTvYutmstPga5kybvjrINUJqBQI THE KICK (Kickboxing to Inspire & Challenge Kids) programme has met the challenge of the COVID-19 crises head-on, with their online sessions proving a huge success. The award winning 12 week programme aims to improve at-risk teenagers’ physical and mental well-being by combining kickboxing techniques and challenging youth work activities.…

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4 the Family Video Tips!

4 the Family is a series of 4 sessions offering simple tips to families around the areas of Play, Parenting, Health & Technology. These may be useful to some families at this time.   Week 1 Play https://youtu.be/Cz2WhSGAaEY   Week 2 Parenting https://youtu.be/UyRcNATnhwo   Week 3 Health https://youtu.be/H_R7VvuBY2g   Week 4 Technology  https://youtu.be/JXw36I7YnFs

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Notice: COVID-19 Bulletin

COVID-19 Update 13/03/2020   Dear staff, board members and service users. The Senior Management Group met this morning to consider all of the event closures, directives and advisory notices South Dublin County Partnership have received over the last few days from Government Departments, State agencies and National expert groups. As and from this evening the…

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Trusted Charity Mark Level 1

              Recognition for effective governance and management in voluntary organisations South Dublin County Partnership has recently achieved the Trusted Charity Mark award recognising the excellent work it does as a third sector organisation in Ireland. Trusted Charity is part of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) and is…

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Coffee with Strangers

Coffee with Strangers is a NEW eight-week course designed to help adults reflect on their changing identity as Irish Citizens and how these changes are shaping a new Irish society. As Ireland changes in response to a growing diversity in our population, new struggles emerge such as racism, exclusion and discrimination. This course draws on…

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Eco-Christmas Tips!

We love these eco Christmas tops from Recycle IT: 1: Turn to Tupperware or any reusable containers. Avoid using tin foil, plastic wrap or wax paper to wrap up your leftovers 2: Make your holiday centerpiece out of natural materials such as pinecones, seasonal flowers and leaves, citrus fruits or holly instead of buying plastic…

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NALA visit the Dail!

NALA Student Development Fund activities Visit the Dail last October.  Local TD John Lahart was contacted to arrange the tour and 25 participants, volunteers and tutor of the Intercultural Drop-in Centre Tallaght were part of the learning experience.   Participants had an opportunity to learn about the Houses of the Oireachtas and see an exhibition…

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  Creativity is such an important tool for communities to have. The women’s art group in Clondalkin Intercultural Centre meet once a week to learn arts and crafts and socialise. Everyone has the ability to create wonderful things – it doesn’t matter how it looks, its about the process and the friends we make. Art can heal.…

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Case Study – 4 The Family

4 the Family is a new 4 week programme for parents that aims to provide simple tips to improve family life! We have created a short, non-judgemental programme that helps parents with the following 4 aspects of family life: play, parenting, health and technology. All of the content is based on research, evidence based programmes…

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Case Study: Development of Stagecraft Musical Group (SICAP Goal 2)

“Better Outcomes Brighter Futures” recognises that learning goes far beyond formal schooling to embrace the broad range of life experiences and learning processes that enable children and young people, individually and collectively, to develop their personalities, talents and abilities, and to live a full and satisfying life within society.”   Aims: The Summer Musical Project was devised…

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