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CensusAtSchool 17 (2017/2018) Print

FIFA World Cup 2018Have your vote, what country do you predict to win the 2018 FIFA World Cup? 100 years ago, women were not allowed to vote, 2018 marks the centenary of the first time women voted in an election. As a result, CensusAtSchool has featured questions directly linking to these events such as questions on fitness, health and important dates in history. The census will provide your class with an opportunity to collect and examine data on popular topics for 2018.

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CensusAtSchool 15 Results (2015/2016) Print

4,199 (1.1%) from an estimated 380,000 secondary school students completed the Phase 15 questionnaire of the CensusAtSchool survey between September 2015 and August 2016. The questionnaire covered a variety of topics ranging from 1916 related topics, the level of Irish speaking to the type of school transport used. 

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CensusAtSchool 16 (2016/2017) Print

Sustainable Tourism for DevelopmentThe United Nations has declared 2017 to be the Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development. Census AtSchool is therefore including a number of questions that relate to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals and covers topics like recycling, climate change, renewable energy and holiday destinations. The census will provide your class with an opportunity to collect and examine data on a really hot topic.

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Census 2016 Print
Census 2016Click on the logo for information on the Irish census which takes place on Sunday April 24th, 2016.
 
CSO Ireland: Life in 1916 Ireland: Stories from statistics Print

The Central Statistics Office have produced a publication to mark the centenary of the 1916 Rising. We decided to commemorate this momentous occasion by searching for statistics from Ireland for the 1916 period which illustrated what life was like for people living 100 years ago. The report contains 72 tables on a wide variety of topics including population, births, marriages, deaths, education, crime, prices, transport and agriculture. We also have a chapter which gives a brief biography of many of the people involved or associated with the Rising including their census reports. We have also included a section on notable people from the 1911 census. 

http://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublications/ep/p-1916/1916irl/

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Helen Cahill ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )
Ken Kennedy ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) 


 
CensusAtSchool 14 Results (2014/2015) Print

5,348 (1.5%) from an estimated 368,000 secondary school students completed the Phase 14 questionnaire of the CensusAtSchool survey between September 2014 and August 2015. The questionnaire covered a variety of topics ranging from how often students participated in family activities each week to the number of text messages they send daily. 

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CensusAtSchool 15 (2015/2016) Print

GPO RisingAs we enter the centenary year of the 1916 Easter Rising we have decided to include a few questions for the 2015/16 Questionnaire on history. Have you ever visited a historical site relating to Irish events for the period 1912-1922? Can you identify some of the signatories of the Proclamation of Independence? But we’re not completely confined to the past as we also have questions about social media usage and sport.  So lots of potential to collect and examine class data on the past and the present.

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