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
6000
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Teachers have worked with us
100
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