Keith Haring was an inspirational artist from New York who drew cartoons for adults and children alike. Haring Kids is a website where you can learn all about his drawings, while colouring in online, playing games... you can even learn how to make your own flipbook for cartoons.
10 to 15 year olds review their favourite books on this website. It might give you some ideas on what you would like to read next, and maybe you could write your own review.
National Geographic Kids
National Geographic is a great magazine and TV channel, and has one of the best websites to learn all about your favourite animals, and the world around you. You can visit places you've never been before on your computer, and watch animals in their natural habitats.
Peep and the Big Wide World
A really lovely website for younger children to learn about science in the world around us. Peep will introduce you to animals, plants, sound and lots more.
NASA Kids' Club
This is a place to learn all about space! You can learn all about space expeditions from the past and ones happening right now. There are tons of games you can play in between finding out what the astronauts are up to.
Funbrain Math Zone
Funbrain has lots of games so fun that you won't even notice how much you're learning!
Sesame Street Games
Sesame Workshops has a wonderful selection of educational games, featuring Elmo, Big Bird, and the rest of the gang!
Fun with Spot
Everyone's favourite dog has great online games for you to play! You can dress him up, take him to the beach, meet his friends, and colour him in.
A great spelling resource, as recommended by our teachers! Try these puzzles to really brush up on your spelling skills.
You know when you feel like your head might burst with worries, questions or thoughts? They're Headbomz! This fun song and video made by the producers of Wallace & Gromit and Shaun the Sheep is a cool way to learn that talking makes us stronger.
Childline is a helpful website for children and young people, to feel empowered, supported and protected. It is confidential, which means that what you say here is private.
'Children and teenagers talk to us about about a lot of different things. You don't have to have a problem to contact us. We don't give out to you or tell you what to do. We help you figure out your own solutions and we're here to listen.'
St Brigid's School Facebook
Our Facebook page has updates from the website as well as news about closures, and photos of the students and their work. Click 'Like Page' to follow us.
Help My Kid Learn
As a parent, you are one of your child's most important teachers. Help My Kid Learn is a colourful website full of ideas on how to help your child learn everyday by doing shared activities. It is helpful for parents of children from first months until age 12.
Here you will find information on understanding bullying, and prevention tactics.
St Brigid's facilitates talks from Bully4u for our students, so you might find it helpful to read up on what they've learned.
You can access the New Primary Curriculum all the way up to Senior Cycle in secondary school, and further your understanding of your child's education here at St Brigid's.
National Council for Special Education
The NCSE helps schools to deliver the best possible education to students with Special Educational Needs (SEN).
It can be difficult to talk to your children about growing up. This Busy Bodies booklet can help parents to give your growing child the information they need as they become a teenager, and will compliment our Relationships and Sexuality Education programme in St Brigid's.
Healthy and Safety Authority
You can find a short interactive course called Keep Safe on the Farm, an important resource for the summer months and beyond.