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C.S.P.E.

On March 12th 2014, Class 2 Oak travelled to Dublin to visit Leinster House and the Dáil as part of their action project.  

 

 C.S.P.E. Aims and Objectives (source Department of Education website)

The aims and objectives of the Civic, Social and Political Education course emphasise the
importance of the central concepts, and of active learning methodologies, to the
successful delivery of the course. The content of the course incorporates four units of
study.
Unit 1: The Individual and Citizenship
Unit 2: The Community
Unit 3: The State - Ireland
Unit 4: Ireland and the World

Civic, Social and Political Education aims to prepare students for active participatory citizenship. This is achieved through comprehensive exploration of the civic, social and political dimensions of their lives at a time when pupils are developing from dependent children into independent young adults. It should produce knowledgeable pupils who can explore, analyse and evaluate, who are skilled and practised in moral and critical appraisal, and capable of making decisions and judgements through a reflective citizenship, based on human rights and social responsibilities.

 

 

Projects 2008/9

 

Halloween Disco in aid of Homeless Aid in Drogheda. The students raised €320 for their chosen charity.

 

Oireachtas Workshop held in November 2008. Local Councillors Seamus Kirk, Fergus O Dowd and Arthur Morgan delivered a workshop to the 2 Oak C.S.P.E. class.

 

The Concern Fast organised by 1 Shaw raised €1300.

 

2 Beech, 3 Finch and 3 Wren C.S.P.E. classes went to Dublin Zoo as part of their Animal Rights Stewardship project.