JEP ALL IRELAND SHOWCASE 2019

RDS Simmonscourt Monday 20th May 2019

JEP Showcase Day at the RDS Arena 2018.

A CELEBRATION OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Every class which participates in JEP 2019  is invited to participate in the JEP All Island Showcase Day at the RDS Simmonscourt on 20th May 2019, The showcase there’s spectacular entertainment and a huge showcase of the projects created by the JEP Entrepreneurs. An all round fun day out for everywhere and a chance to meet some of Ireland’s most famous entrepreneurs and some of RTE’s top stars.

Once the class folder is received, an invitation is submitted.

JEP Showcase day at the RDS Arena 2018.

Reminds me why I’m teaching
Graham Ball, a 5th Class teacher at Killeshin NS in Carlow has delivered JEP several times and believes it will be a part of the childrens’ lives forever.
Sense of excitement

Leanora Doyle, a 6th Class Scoil Chaoimhin Naofa, Glendalough, Laragh, Co. Wicklow talks about the sense of excitement and team spirit created during the programme.

A role for every child

Emer Dermody, a 6th Class Teacher at Scoil Shinchill, Co. Offaly says that children involved in the JEP project are better prepared for transition year.

Appreciate local entrepreneurs

Pat Clifford, a 4th,5th & 6th Class Teacher at St. Joseph’s National School, Ballyheigue, Co. Kerry believes that JEP has allowed pupils to meet and understand the impat of local entrepreneurs in the community.

Maths easier in real life
Triona O’Lone, a 6th Class Teacher at Scoil Bhride in Clara, Co. Offaly found that working on the project made some subjects more real for pupils.
Reinforces curriculum work

Deirdre Conneely, a 4th 5th & 6th Class Teacher at Lurga National School in Galway explains how JEP has reinforced subject learning in the classroom.

Preparing pupils for life

Mary Aspell, a 5th & 6th Class Teacher, at Scoil Naomh Uile, Moorneen, Cleggan, Co. Galway talks about preparing pupils for life.

Energy for Learning

Dr Jacquie Campbell. Principal at St. Andrew’s College Junior School reflects the Junior Entrepreneur Programme.

Individual Engagement
Triona O’Lone, a 6th Class Teacher at Scoil Bhride in Clara, Co. Offaly found that working on the project made some subjects more real for pupils.
Insight Into Business

Patrick Duggan, Teacher at Greaghrahan National School, Co. Cavan, describes his experience of JEP.

Recognition of Individual Strengths

Emma Milsom, Teacher, Hewetsons N.S., Co. Kildare, gives an account of her experience of JEP.

Inclusion and Engagement

Sharon O’Neill Chambers, Resource Teacher at Greaghrahan National School, Co. Cavan, describes the benefits of JEP.

Perseverance from Start to Finish
Steven Donnellan, Principal, Doolin N.S., reflects on the Junior Entrepreneur Programme.
Class Responsibility

Ruarí Mac Conduibh, Teacher Scoil UI Ghramhnaigh, Rath Chairn, Ath Buí, Co. Meath, speaks about JEP.

Multi-sensory Learning

Máirín Ní Mháirtín, Principal, Scoil Mhuire Gan Smál, Glasheen, Co. Cork, speaks about JEP.

Inclusion and Engagement

Rosie Ambrose, Teacher, St. Patrick’s N.S., Curtlestown, Enniskerry, describes the Junior Entrepreneur Programme.

Class enthusiasm
Graham Ball, Teacher, Killeshin N.S., Co. Carlow, reflects on the Junior Entrepreneur Programme.
Individual Development

Aideen Sheehan, Teacher, Piltown N.S., Kilkenny, describes the Junior Entrepreneur Programme.

Communication Skills

Annette Murphy, Teacher, St. Colman’s N.S., Macroom, Co. Cork,  talks about the Junior Entrepreneur Programme.

Life Long Learning Benefits

Angela Westbrook, Teacher, St. Andrew’s Junior College, gives her account of JEP.

Curriculum Links
Anne Marie Vaughan, Teacher, Doolin N.S., describes her experience of the Junior Entrepreneur Programme.
New Experiences in the Classroom

Judith Torrens, Teacher, Bellaghy Controlled Primary School, Magherafelt, speaks about JEP.

Practical Learning Experience

Stephen Houston, Teacher at Lisnasharragh Primary School, talks about The Junior Entrepreneur Programme.

An Academically Approved Approach

JEP has been developed in collaboration with Mary Immaculate College of Education in Limerick. The programme materials have also been reviewed and welcomed by the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA). Every step of the programme mirrors strands of the primary curriculum and the links are clearly set out in the Teacher’s Guide. This means the pupils are learning new life skills while covering their core subjects in a fun and engaging way.

Mary Immaculate College has also developed a summer course, closely linked to JEP, called ‘Learning’s the Business: Entrepreneurship in Senior Primary Classes.’ This 20-hour summer course, entitles primary teachers who successfully complete it to 3 EPV days.

Registration and Sign Up

To sign up for JEP, you need to record your details register your class,
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