With the cold blustery days of November well and truly here, it’s tempting just to stay inside where it’s warm and dry. More..
For all the league tables, slick websites and reports available to parents when choosing a school for their children, one thing teachers, parents and experts all agree on is that there is no better way to capture the culture of a school than a stroll thro More..
The village of Cushendun can be found at the mouth of the River Dun and at the foot of Glendun one of the nine Glens of Antrim. More..
Hidden away in a corner of south-west Co. Fermanagh, Lough Navar forest is a relatively undiscovered treasure that highlights some of the most stunning landscapes in Northern Ireland. More..
A round up of the latest news from NI schools More..
Belfast for its size has a huge amount of ‘green space’ with well known parks such as Botanic and Ormeau all within easy reach of the city centre. More..
Ni4kids speak to parents to find out More..
Why does it not get truly dark in midsummer? More..
Belshaw’s Quarry Nature Reserve, located just outside Lisburn, offers a glimpse into what lies beneath much of the Greater Belfast area. More..
There are some places that are worth the effort involved in getting there, and Binevenagh is one of them. More..
The Marble Arch Caves, in Co. Fermanagh, is one of Northern Ireland’s hidden gems! More..
Bloody Bridge, located just outside Newcastle in Co.Down, is one of those places that is great to go with the family. More..
When most people think of Larne, the first thing that comes to mind is the ferry to Scotland, but did you know that the geology around the town is not only some of the most impressive in Northern Ireland but in the whole of Europe? More..
As part of our Learning4Fun educational series for children, Terry Mosel from the Irish Astronomical Association explores all the wonderful things you can see in the night sky! More..
Dr Kirstin Lemon from the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland and Ian Enlander from the Northern Ireland Environment Agency reveal why is Scrabo in Newtownards the only hill for miles around in an area of relatively flat farmland? More..
The north of Ireland has some of the most diverse rocks and landscapes in a relatively small area of anywhere in the world. More..