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St Andrew's Resource Centre

Youth 21

This group is for young people aged 10 – 12 years. The aim of the group is to encourage young people to work collectively on various topics through fun and challenging activities.  The main focus of the group is personal and social development while building on active citizenship and confidence as well as the character building of its members.

Trinity College Dublin

Breastfeeding Group

La Leche League with the support of the Healthy Trinity: Breastfeeding Committee run a coffee morning in Trinity. The group is led by qualified lactation consultants.  All welcome.

National College of Ireland

Parent Support Programmes

ELI’s Home Visiting and Parent Support Programmes develop children’s oral language, social, emotional, literacy, and numeracy skills so that they enter school ready to succeed in education. Developed in collaboration with local parents, services and corporate partners are the ABC 0-2 Home Visiting Programme; ABC 0-3 Community Parent Support Groups; ParentChild+ and Restorative Parenting.

Ancestry

Ancestry local history tours during Heritage Week

During Heritage Week, Ancestry offers the opportunity to learn about the fascinating history of today’s ‘Silicone Docks’ through a walking tour of the area inspired by historical documents, newspapers, and maps. www.heritageweek.ie

Google

Grow with Google (Digital Garage)

Digital skills classes for SMEs, moved from in-person to virtual.

Organisations

Voluntary Tuition Programme

The Voluntary Tuition Programme (‘The Homework Club’) is run by St Andrew’s Resource Centre and Trinity students, with students providing one-to-one support for local pupils from fourth class in primary school to Leaving Certificate level.

Organisations

Trinity Access 21

A range of programmes for students, teachers and schools to widen participation at third-level of under-represented groups. The student programmes engage students to develop the knowledge, networks and skills needed to make informed decisions about future education. The schools programmes helps to supports teachers to engage in continuous professional development, research and events.

St Andrew's Resource Centre

Inbetweenagers

This is a club for 8 – 10 year olds, who are supported by junior leaders. The young people engage in a variety of activities from casual nights, games, creative work, computers and weekend residential trips.

Trinity College Dublin

AMBER TY Week

The Transition Year programme “Exploring Materials” links school students with AMBER researchers in Trinity and in the Tissue Engineering Research Group at the Royal College of Surgeons and Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute, as well as with industry.

St Andrew's Resource Centre

Respect

The Respect programme does what is says on the tin, encouraging young people (12-13 years) through various programmes to develop respect for themselves and others and how to tackle issues of bullying.

Organisations

Free Legal Advice Centre

Volunteers from corporates including McCann FitzGerald give private consultations to members of the community through the FLAC centre on O'Connell Street.

St Andrew's Resource Centre

Returning to Work

Each year, we partner with St Andrews Resource Centre to provide six month work placements in the facilities team. These roles are aimed at providing opportunities for people in our local vicinity who have been unable to secure permanent work or out of work. The placements offer people an opportunity to gain work experience, life skills and confidence with joining or returning to the work force.

Facebook

Boost with Facebook

A series of trainings to help small businesses digitise and grow their businesses using Facebook family of apps free or paid-for tools. We will run a series of Boost virtual events in partnership with Enterprise Nations and LEOs throughout 2021. We will also run separate trainings for businesses focused on exporting and those in arts and tourism.

Trinity College Dublin

Healthy Habits Workshop

Motivational interviewing for groups of 6-8 people available focused on food, exercise and or smoking.  If you have a group, please email Martina Mullin on [email protected]  If you would like to join a Trinity group, we run courses twice a week.

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The Cave Ravers

Separate groups for boys and girls aged 12-14 years, these groups explore a range of issues and programmes, including drama, art, outdoor education, fun and games plus group work on a range of personal and social development issues.

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