ITE Education Partners
Jigsaw | The National Centre for Youth Mental Health
Jigsaw, The National Centre for Youth Mental Health, have recently re-launched their Jigsaw Schools Hub. This hub provides online resources, such as lesson plans and teaching aids, aimed at supporting young people's mental health. The resources are based around the following key themes: social media, friendships, relationships, and mental health. Jigsaw would like to learn about the experiences of school staff in using the hub and any impact the resources may have on young people's mental health. If you would like to take part in this research, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or follow this link to access the hub https://jigsaw.ie/schools-hub/.
Dublin and Dún Laoghaire ETB Further Information
DDLETB are the largest of the 16 ETB’s (Education and Training Boards) through-out Ireland. They are the proud patrons of 10 Community National Schools (primary), 31 Community Colleges (post-primary), 469 Youth Service Programmes, 9 Further Education Colleges, 3 Adult Training Centres and 4 Adult Education Services across the Dublin and Dún Laoghaire area and also Oberstown Education Campus.
Their schools and centres are state, co-educational, multi- denominational, inclusive, learnercentred and community-focused and are underpinned by five ETB core values of, Excellence in Education, Care, Equality, Community and Respect.
They provide education through the medium of Irish/Gaeilge and English and they pride themselves on their commitment to Innovation in Education, Special educational needs, Information Technology in Education, promoting the Arts and allowing every learner to achieve their full potential.
DDLETB staff and schools/centres benefit greatly from a broad range of supports and services within the organisation. DDLETB provide governance, educational, administrative, financial, Human Resources, Psychological Support Services, and Information Technology (Digital) supports and also facilitate various training and professional development programmes.
They are part of a wider educational network where teachers and learners support each other and collaborate to improve teaching and learning for all.
They are Experts in Education.
ETBI Patron's Framework on Ethos