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
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CPD Courses
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Teachers have worked with us
100
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Committed to supporting teachers

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Events

Webinar 9th February 2022: Rahoo Chat with Nadine & Niamh Cullen, Principal

“Rahoo Chat with Nadine & Niamh Cullen, Principal” is 1 hour in duration including Q&A opportunities.

This webinar will be hosted by a Nadine Lyons. She will be interviewing Niamh Cullen, Principal of Grace Park Educate Together National School.

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Events

Webinar 2nd February 2022: “Spotlight on SEN for NQT’s”

“Spotlight on SEN” is 1 hour in duration including Q&A opportunities.

The focus is on working with children with additional needs:
– managing transitions, communication, building relationships
– resources to help
– practical tips and tricks.

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Inspire & EmpowerPME

The Not-So-Secret Diary of a Teacher – Hayley

I enjoy posting ideas for the classroom, teaching tips, desk space ideas, outfit ideas and try and help as many student teachers and teachers as I can. I really enjoy the community on Instagram as it has allowed me to connect with like-minded people from all over the world. @theteacherstudent

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Back To School TipsDear NQT

My 10 Pieces of Advice for NQTs

It can be daunting too as you begin to think about some items you may need for starting off, especially if you haven’t seen your classroom yet.

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