Seven Kerry schools taking part in network of Creative Clusters

Seven Kerry schools are taking part in a new network of Creative Clusters.

A total of 68 schools nationally have been selected for the clusters, which will give school leaders support to collaborate on ideas and experiment to find creative solutions to complex problems.

There are two clusters in Kerry being run by the Education Centre Tralee – one between two secondary schools, the second involves five primary schools.

St Michael’s College, Listowel and St Joseph’s, Ballybunion are using creative coding to develop Google classroom resources to improve teaching and learning.

Scoil Mhuire Killorglin and Firies, Killahan, Lenamore, and Dromclough national schools are using the arts in education to discover the personal and inventive ideas of the children.