Gaeilge24 is back again this year on Tuesday 10th November 2020.
It’s aim is to encourage young people to speak only Irish for 24 hours: at home, at school, around town & with friends in order to help open their minds and give them a positive experience of using Irish in their own lives.
Classroom Guidance has developed an all Irish Anti-Bullying resource which could be used as part of your school’s efforts to speak Irish for the day.
According to UNESCO, 1 in 3 students has been bullied by their peers in the last month.
Our Clar Frithbhulaichta resource provides a good opportunity to raise awareness of this current & very relevant issue whilst encouraging discussion on what bullying is & the forms it can take through the medium of Irish.
Click here to see the Clar Frithbhulaichta resource (available on line & as a Learner’s Record).
Click here to see the Conradh na Gaeilge Gaeilge24 webpage.
Click here to see the UNESCO information.