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CensusAtSchool 14 Results (2014/2015) Priontáil

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) Priontáil

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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Irish students win the International Statistical Literacy Poster Competition Priontáil

In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil at the 60th International Statistics Institute World Statistics Congress 2015, Rachael Ni Dhonnachadha and Shannon Ni Dhonnachadha, two Irish maths students from St. Vincent’s Secondary School, Dundalk, were placed first in the world in the senior category of an international poster competition. Their poster “Road to Rio - Protecting Our Olympic Boxing Future” was judged the best in the world in the poster competition run by the International Association of Statistical Education (IASE) in collaboration with the International Statistical Literacy Project (ISLP). The poster competition attracted over 8,145 entries from across six continents, with strong competition coming from countries including Japan, Russia, Korea, Mexico, Australia, Kenya, India, many other EU member states and South Africa. This poster has already won the Irish John Hooper Medal for Statistics poster competition, garnering them both the beautifully engraved sterling silver John Hooper Medal as well as a total of €1,600 in prize money, €1,000 of which is awarded to the school and €600 to the students themselves.

Rachel and Shannon 2015 John Hooper Winners

Rachael (left) and Shannon (right) Ni Dhonnachadha.

Not to be outdone by their older peers Aoife Conroy, Jessica Barbulescu and Lauren Murphy, from Loreto Secondary School in Balbriggan did Ireland proud coming third place in the world, in the junior category, of the same competition, with their poster “The effects of meditation and positivity training on school community members”.
You can view the prize winning posters on the CSO website and get details of the John Hooper Medal for Statistics poster competition and the Awards Ceremony.
John Hooper 2015 Prize Awards

If you are interesting in entering the 2016 poster competition please follow the links below.

Link to information on the John Hooper Medal for Statistics 2016 poster competition:
http://www.cso.ie/en/newsandevents/johnhoopermedalforstatistics2016competition/
Link to the John Hooper Medal for Statistics 2016 poster competition flyer:
John Hooper Medal for Statistics 2016 Flyer (PDF 1,727KB)

 
CensusAtSchool: A Tool to Support the Maths Curriculum Priontáil

Maria Broderick teaches Mathematics in Colaíste Bríde in Clondalkin, Dublin. In this Good Practice video from PDST Technology in Education she discusses how CensusAtSchool supports teaching and learning of statistics in her class.

 
Píchairteacha Teaghlaigh PDF Priontáil R-Phost

Plean ceachta agus bileog oibre a chuireann faisnéis maidir le struchtúr teaghlaigh agus an t-athrú atá ag teacht air sa RA in iúl le Píchairteacha. Tugann sé deis do leanaí tuiscint níos fearr a fháil ar phíchairteacha agus ar an ról a bhíonn ag teaghlaigh inár sochaí.


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