Covid-19 Resources

RobinDo you know the common bird species you are most likely to see in your garden.  Large gardens attract the most number of species though small gardens compete very well and are by far the most popular and widespread garden type. 

NestboxThough life in the village is temporarily slowing down, you’ll no doubt have noticed that the seasons continue to change at pace – there’s a little bit more sunshine and many of your garden birds have started singing. That proliferation of birdsong can only mean one thing – nesting season is upon us!.

AudioAudible, an Amazon company, has cancelled its subscription for books and audio stories for children and students of all ages for as long as schools are closed.

SashWe know that social distancing is important to help slow the spread of coronavirus, but that does not stop us smiling and saying Hello.

languageLearning a new language can seem like a mammoth challenge, but Duolingo makes it easy.

head spaceTo help support you through this time of crisis, wht now try some free Mindfulness Meditation.

GrowStarting a vegetable garden takes more love than money, and in a time when Covid-19 is making us rethink how we consume, it makes perfect sense.

Branch librariesWhile Dublin City branch libraries are closed the have eResources including ebooks, audio books, music and magazines are still be available.

cook kidsLooking for an exciting recipe to try out for your family? 

H exLinks to variours online exercise programmes for the mind and body

OrigamiOrigami is the art of paper folding, which is oftenassociated with Japanese culture. It can promote relaxation.

Kids LinksIn order to try and help minimise the impact on teaching and learning and the burden that we now face.