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Galway Steiner NS becomes GRETB community school

The Galway Steiner National School in Knocknacarra will come under the patronage of the GRETB as a Community School from this year on. The school...

GRETB seeking teachers for six Galway schools

The Galway Roscommon Education and Training Board is seeking to hire eleven teachers and a principal for the coming school year. The GRETB is seeking...

GRETB invites applications for teaching positions in the next academic year

The Galway Roscommon ETB is currently accepting application for teaching positions in Galway for the academic year starting next September. Qualified teachers are currently invited...

GRETB faces financial mismanagement claims

An investigation is taking place into claims of fiinancial mismanagement at the Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board. Two protected disclosures were made last...

The GRETB needs to fill six teaching positions in Galway this month

The Galway Roscommon Education and Training Board is looking to hire six teachers in Galway this month. The teaching positions being advertised by the GRETB...

GRETB hiring 26 new teachers in Galway for the upcoming year

The Galway-Roscommon Education and Training Board is advertising positions for 26 new teachers at nine schools in Galway. Teachers are needed across a wide range...

Vacant units on the Tuam road to become new gym

Galway City Council has approved plans to convert vacant retail units on the Tuam Road into a new gym. Planning permission has been granted to...

Loughrea secondary school approved for largest ever investment

St. Brigid's College in Loughrea has been approved for the largest investment in the history of the secondary school.

Multi-million Athenry BIA Innovator campus ready to begin construction

Construction work is ready to move ahead on the multi-million euro Athenry BIA Innovator campus with the signing of a lease for the land. The...

Groundbreaking youth orchestra breaks out the Beethoven

Galway's exciting new youth orchestra Symphonic Waves is performing two full concerts this month after filling out more sections and completing intense summer rehearsals. Symphonic Waves Youth Orchestra...

Galway schools seek musicians and music tutors for Music Generation Galway

The Galway Roscommon Education and Training Board is seeking suitably qualified musicians and music tutors to help deliver a quality music education programme across...

Mountbellew school submits plans for new science building

Coláiste an Chreagáin Vocational School in Mountbellew has submitted plans for a new stand alone science building. The...

Local poet couple leading creative writing classes this Spring

Local poet powercouple Kevin Higgins and Susan Millar DuMars will be leading creative writing classes at Galway Technical Institute this Spring.

Multi-million funding announced for Athenry food innovation hub

The groundbreaking BIA Innovator food and drink research campus in Athenry has been awarded €2.5 million in funding. The BIA Innovator Campus is run by...

Symphonic Waves youth orchestra prepares exciting holiday shows

Galway's homegrown youth orchestra Symphonic Waves will take to the stage for a pre-Christmas showing after months of practice. Under the guidance of Conductor Prof....

Candidates sought for 18 vacant teaching positions in Galway

The Galway-Roscommon Education and Training Board is advertising 18 vacant teaching positions in Galway. The positions are a mic of full-time, part-time & pro-rata contracts,...

Educate Together awarded patronage of new Galway secondary school

Patronage of a new secondary school to serve the east side of Galway city and Oranmore is being granted to Educate Together. Numerous parties submitted...

Loughrea students place second at international Formula 1 in Schools competition

Students from St. Brigid's College in Loughrea did Galway proud in science and sports, placing second at the international Formula 1 in Schools championship...

Aran Islands Gaelscoil unable to find enough teachers with Irish for all subjects

Coláiste Gnobnáit Gaelscoil on Inis Oírr will be teaching several of its subjects through English this year due to a lack of qualified gaelgeoirs. The...

Ten teachers still needed for Galway schools this academic year

The GRETB is still advertising for ten teachers to fill positions at schools in Galway this academic year. Seven of the positions are being listed...
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