St Aidan's Community School



St. Aidan's Community School have been chosen to take part in a number of European Union funded project called Erasmus+. The Erasmus+ project links us with schools from all over Europe from Italy, Spain, Czech Republic, France, Greece, Lithuania, Turkey and Denmark.

The projects are always very educational and give St. Aidan's students a chance to learn more about their European neighbours!

Every second mobility we take some lucky students with us. Erasmus+ is important for our teachers as well. It gives us opportunities to learn from and make connections with educators across Europe. It develops our own cultural awareness and enhances our sense of belonging to a European community.

Take a look at a recent mobility with students to Italy in May 2019 on the Eramsus+ Eurostories Project.

Erasmus+ Leave Anger Behind - LAB This Erasmus+ project links us with 5 other schools in Europe from Italy, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Turkey and Denmark. The title of our Erasmus+ project is 'Leave Anger Behind' and it will run over the next 2 years. In November, 2019 the initial planning meeting took place in Rome, Italy. The meeting was attended by Ms. Flynn, St. Aidan's Librarian and Ms Ingram, St. Aidan’s Child Psychotherapist who linked up with teachers from the other schools to plan how the project will proceed.The mobility to Italy was an amazing experience and we were warmly welcomed by our Italian hosts who showed us their school, town Ladispoli and their beautiful and historical capital city Rome. We also attended presentations and workshops on the themes of Music Art Therapy, Trauma and Anxiety. The next steps in the project are to complete a number of tasks and activities in partnership with students in the other schools for example, design a survey – ‘How Good Are You at Anger Management’, logo design, project website area on school website, twitter feed and the long term goal is to develop and implement a sustainable Trauma Informed School Programme. The project will be very educational and will give St. Aidan's students a chance to learn more about their European neighbours. LAB is a fabulous project well worth doing!

Apr 22
Discretionary Day off. School closed.
May 06
May Bank Holiday.
May 10
Croke Park Meeting, one hour 1145-1245.
May 17
Croke Park Meeting, one hour 1145-1245.
St Aidan's Community School,
Dublin 24,

01 452 4677

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