Welcome to
Rahoo

CPD Courses for Primary and Post Primary Teachers

Who are Rahoo?

At Rahoo, we firmly believe that a teacher is the most important person in the classroom.

Our name comes from the Irish word ‘rathú’ which means ‘to thrive’.

After socio-economic factors, research has shown that a teacher has the greatest impact on student achievement (OECD, 2016).

Through continuous professional development (CPD) we help teachers be the best that they can be.

2017
Launched in
16
Professional Tutors
2000
+
Teachers have worked with us
100
%
Committed to supporting teachers

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Inspire & EmpowerThe Not-So-Secret Diary of

The Not-So-Secret Diary of a Teacher in Lockdown with Nadine Lyons

Hi! I’m Nadine, a newly qualified primary school teacher from Cavan. I completed a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities degree in English and Geography and the Professional Master’s in Education (PME) (Primary), both in St. Patrick’s College, DCU. I was …

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Inspire & EmpowerThe Not-So-Secret Diary of

The Not-So-Secret Diary of ASD Creation Station

Hello everyone. My name is Lisa. I am 33 and based in County Laois. I’m in my tenth year of teaching and have taught in mainstream, SET and am presently in my 3rd year in my ASD class. I trained …

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Inspire & EmpowerSummer Course News

3 Ways I Work Smarter Everyday

In today’s busy classrooms, teachers are often racked with guilt. This guilt is a combination of trying to cover an expansive curriculum, keep on top of corrections, give effective feedback and plan interesting and stimulating lessons.

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4 Ways To Use Assessment for Learning Daily

Colette Gleeson is a primary school teacher with an interest in pupil well wellbeing and resilience. She strives to look after the most vulnerable children and to make school a happy and safe place for them whilst giving them the tools …

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