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CEIST Enewsletter
News from ceist 29 January 2010
CEIST is the new trustee body for the voluntary secondary schools of the Daughters of Charity, the Presentation Sisters, the Sisters of the Christian Retreat, the Sisters of Mercy and the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart.

Time out for Reflection!

During the opening days of Holy Week 2010, CEIST is arranging retreats for our principals and teachers at four regional locations:

  • Grace Dieu Retreat House, Waterford
  • Tearmann, Fr. Michael Rogers’ retreat house in Glendalough.
  • Nano Nagle Centre, Ballygriffin.
  • Ballintubber Abbey, Co. Mayo.

The retreats will begin on the evening of Palm Sunday – April 28th 2010 and continue until mid-day Tuesday April 30th.

The cost of the retreat will be approx €150.00 per person.

For further information or to reserve a place contact Ned Prendergast by Friday 12th February on 01-6510350.


Leading Schools in the Face of Complexity and Change in Ireland

The School of Education department, Trinity College, Dublin, in association with Cambridge Leadership Associates (CLA) are running a two day workshop, led by Marty Linsky, Harvard Kennedy School, on 22-23, March 2010.

It is hoped that this workshop will offer a wonderful opportunity for those who lead and manage Irish education to explore together some of the issues that challenge us in a constructive and solution focused framework.

Click here to view further information and booking form.

New Interactive Digital Bible

Click here to view from the Kandle website a video report on the Glo interactive Bible, which is a digital media platform with HD video and documentaries, high- resolution images, zoomable maps, 360-degree virtual tours.

CESI Conference

The Computer Education Society of Ireland are holding their Annual Conference on the 5th and 6th February.

Click here for more details.

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