Information on primary schools, supports available and useful resources.
COVID-19 educational resources:
The RTE Home School Hub is broadcast in Irish Sign Language (ISL) every weekday at 1pm on RTE 2 – also available on RTE Player.
Scoilnet Home Access has free resources for students and teachers to support learning at home.
Special school for students aged 5-18 with a mild general learning disability.
Special school for students aged 3-18 with physical and multiple disabilities.
Special primary and post-primary school for students with moderate, severe or profound learning disabilities, and other services.
Lists special classes in mainstream schools; contact details for Special Educational Needs Organisers (SENOs) to work with parents to ensure your child gets the supports they’re entitled to. Useful information booklets.
Special Educational Needs Organisers (SENOs) for County Wicklowhttps://ncse.ie/regional-services-contact-list#SouthEastTeam2:
Carol Cawley: Tel: 045 891 628, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Catherine Darby: Tel: 045 891 629, email: email@example.com
Information on the education system and provision for pupils with Special Educational Needs.
Information on services and supports for children and young people.
NEPS psychologists work with children in primary and post-primary schools on learning, behaviour, social and emotional development.
National programme changing the way services are provided across the country to make them more equitable and consistent.