Education and training

Here, you'll find entries on pre-schools, primary schools and secondary schools, mainstream and special. We have also listed some education supports and further education and training opportunities for people with disabilities.



Pre-schools

Please check the following sites:

 
Mainstream and special schools

 

Chalk It Down is a Bray Area Partnership information guide for parents about pre-school, primary and post-primary education in Bray. View guide here

 

The National Council for Special Education has useful information for parents of students with Special Educational Needs, including information booklets and lists of special classes in primary and post-primary mainstream schools.

 

 
Schools for children with autism (ASD)
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St. Catherine’s Special National School

 

St. Catherine's Special National School caters for children between the ages of 2 and 18 with a moderate, severe or profound learning disability.

Read more...
 
Further education

 

  • The NCSE has produced a useful guide: Planning for Life After School - you can download it here

 

  • Ready, Steady, Go! is a guide to further education options in Bray for people with an intellectual or learning disability. It was written with advice and input from young adults with intellectual and learning disabilities. Remember that courses and options may have changed since we wrote the guide, so check directly with the people providing the course to make sure they are still offering it. View guide here.

 

 

  • The HSE Rehabilitative training and guidance service offers advice and guidance to people with disabilities aged over 16 years who are thinking about rehabilitative training or day services. You will be seen on a one-to-one basis and the support and information you receive is confidential.
             Contact:
             Brian Miller, Disability Manager, HSE, Bray Health Centre, Block B, Civic Centre, Main Street, Bray.
 
             Tel: 01 274 4260
             Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

 

 

 
Education supports

National Council for Special Education website

List of Special Educational Needs Organisers for Wicklow

Enable Ireland children's services

Tools for learning

 


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