Admin help

Getting started

You can sign-up your school by purchasing a license through our Pricing page

Once we receive payment, we’ll send you an access email which you can forward to all staff.

Yes, each teacher will create their own login through the access link sent to the school after sign-up. The login details will be the teacher’s email and the password they create.

Once logged in, each teacher will have access to all years of the programme from Junior Infants through to Sixth class.

Yes! To add the drama programme to your music license contact us here.

Yes! You can use the new government book scheme to purchase dabbledoo for your school. We have further details on our Free primary school books scheme blog post.

Yes, we offer live Zoom training or pre-recorded training videos on our programmes. To book a Zoom training or to view one of our videos visit our Training page

Yes, we have our full school plans available to download here:

Pricing and payments

Visit our Pricing page where you can calculate your school’s price by selecting the subjects you require and the number of classroom teachers who need access.

  • Schools can pay via card payment, bank transfer or cheque.
  • To pay by card payment, select your package and click ‘Checkout Online’ from our Pricing page
  • To request an invoice, complete the Invoice form

Yes, we offer DEIS schools a 10% discount on their dabbledoo license. Contact us for more information.

Staff access and management

To give new teachers access either send them the access email previously sent to the school or ask them to fill our the Get access form

Send us an email from the Contact us page with the email addresses of the teachers who are leaving, and we’ll remove them from your school account.

Yes, all teaching support staff can have full access to our programmes once a school is signed-up. There is no additional charge for teaching support staff.


Some of our lessons contain links to YouTube music clips. If your school has YouTube blocked, we have also included links to the music on Spotify. Spotify is free to sign-up and you can watch this video here to see how to set it up:

  • Using YouTube and Spotify
  • All teachers have full access to all 8 years of our programmes which means teachers can select lessons from different year groups to meet their classroom needs.

    You can use any instruments you might already have and you can use the programme without any instruments at all. You can learn more about using and buying instruments for your school in this Instrument buying guide.

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