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The Camogie Association and the Ladies Gaelic Football Association in conjunction with the GAA and the Co.Tipperary Education Centre are holding a primary teacher in-service course from Monday 4th July to Friday 8th July in Gaelscoil Bhride, Thurles from 9.30am to 2.00pm


The course ‘The role of Gaelic Games in the Curriculum: A beginners approach will focus on aiding teachers in coaching the fundamental skills of Gaelic Games in primary schools to mixed ability class groups. A background in Gaelic Games coaching is not necessary – interest and enthusiasm are the only requirements!



Programme Content:



? Planning, designing and implementing a coaching programme


? Hurling/Camogie and Mens/Ladies Football skills coaching workshops


? Dealing with children with special educational needs in a PE situation


? Early Childhood PE Programme – Nursery and Fundamental stages in Skill Development


? Maximising use of Ceim ar Aghaidh and FUN DO resources in school setting


? Introduction to coaching Handball


? School Yard games and GO GAMES – maximising available space, all-inclusive small sided conditioned games



How to Apply:    


? Application forms can be received or downloaded from the Tipperary Teachers Centre website  (


? Forms must be completed and returned to Tipperary Teachers Centre


? Postal Address: Michelle Percy, Co. Tipperary Education Centre, Slievenamon Road, Thurles, Co Tipperary

? Email:  or phone  086 6008860      


? Your course place is confirmed upon receipt of Registration Fee of €30 (cheques payable in advance to ‘Tipperary Education Centre’)


For further information contact:


Deirdre Murphy
Munster Camogie Development Coordinator
Tel: 087 641 5485 or email



William Harmon
Regional Ladies Football Development Officer
Tel: 087 9794955 or

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