Practice in class.

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"The main purpose of the Irish curriculum is the development of the natural use of the spoken language in communication."
Inspectorate Evaluation Studies - Irish in the Primary School. (Department of Education and Skills)






What we do

We provide the most efficient path to succeeding at Irish.

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Students learn the Irish at home, quickly, painlessly, on their own.Teachers monitor students homework and give an opportunity to practice in class.

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More efficient.


We removed all unnecessary hurdles making it easier for students to feel the progress.

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Results matter.


All our students learn more Irish with less effort and can use their Irish to communicate.

Our pupils love the real world conversational phrases that fit a host of different scenarios and bridges the gap between text book Irish and ’alive’ useful Gaeilge outside the school gate.
Mr Carroll
Mr. Carroll
6th Class Teacher, Cratloe National School.
I love the drama element the lessons allow for... it gives the children real confidence in using the language and they really enjoy it.
Ms. Ronan
Ms. Ronan
5th Class Teacher, Limerick East Educate Together.


Tutorial Videos

Overview.

How to use our lessons.

Understanding the Teacher Dashboard.

In Depth

How to create your teacher account.

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Simple everyday spoken Irish.

Demo Lesson


Getting Started

3 steps, 10 minutes, you're up and running.



Create Teacher Account

Create your Teacher account.


Find your school, fill in the form, validate your email. Welcome to your Teacher Dashboard.



Add Student

Step 2: Add your students to your class.


Enrol your students by first name.
We'll add your class ID "5a" and school Roll-Id "99999R" to create their unique login ID
e.g. "jane-5a-99999R".
This should be noted in their journal.



Set Lesson

Step 3: Set your first lesson.


Set your weekly lesson from the Task Panel.


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