Christmas Concert 2016

It was an afternoon of festivities here at the Institute yesterday, as our 4th, 5th and 6th year students showcased their musical and theatrical talents at our annual Christmas Concert. Students sang a selection of songs and carols and our

Focus on Hitchcock

Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece Psycho has become so absorbed into the modern filmic language that visiting the source material can have instant déjà vu. Despite this it can still have a startling effect on the audience when viewed in its entirety.

Creative Writing Class

This month the creative writing class has been focusing on the role of history as a source of inspiration. In our discussions we have picked apart various works and their muses. Varying from The Hunger Games and Roman blood sports

Gold Gaisce Award 2016

We are very proud of one of our past pupils, Michelle Butler, who was presented with the Gold Gaisce Award by President Michael D Higgins at a ceremony in Dublin Castle on Tuesday 6th December 2016. Michelle, who was a

School League Tables 2016

The results are in and we’re delighted to say that it has been another record breaking year for students at The Institute of Education, with more of our pupils progressing to third-level colleges and universities than any other second-level school