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Primary schools limbering up for Active School Week 2022

Primary Schools are encouraged to Get Active this week, in the annual event to promote physical health and wellbeing in schoolkids. Tuesday, May 3 through...

€20 million school library book grant announced

€20 million is to be provided to primary and secondary schools for books, audiobooks and other media. Minister for Education Norma Foley announced the fund...

Colaiste Bhaile Chlair honoured at European Digital Schools Awards

Colaiste Bhaile Chlair has been recognised for its use of digital technology at the European Digital Schools Awards today, a new educational initiative which...

Department confirms schools reopening as planned

Schools will reopen as planned this Thursday, January 6 the Department of Education has confirmed this evening. Minister of Education Norma Foley held a meeting...

Galway schools awarded €4 million minor works funding

Galway has been awarded €4.04 million for minor maintenance and improvement works in schools, as well as COVID-19 mitigations. The Department of Education has announced...

Galway schools awarded €3 million for digital infrastructure

Schools in Galway have been awarded just under €3 million in grant funding to bridge the gap in digital infrastructure. The funding announced by Minister...

Two new school building projects announced for Galway

Two schools in Galway will benefit from permanent new building announced today. St Teresa’s Special School in Ballinasloe, and both the junior and senior schools...

Plans progress for amalgamated Athenry National School

Work is progressing on delivering an amalgamated boys and girls national school for Athenry, with the project included in the Department's capital plans. Galway East...

More than 3,000 Galway students getting Leaving Cert results today

More than 3,000 students in Galway are getting their Leaving Cert results today, both from sitting the exams and accredited grades. There are 1,577 girls...

Deep retrofit cuts energy bills in half at Carraroe school

Scoil Chuimsitheach Chiaráin in Connemara will save almost half of their previous energy bills after energy efficiency retrofit works. The secondary school in An Cheathru...

Replacement primary school needed for Barna – Kyne says

Scoil Shéamais Naofa primary school in Barna needs a new location and building for growth and safety reasons, Galway Senator Senator Seán Kyne has...

Marking of oral exams not finished – Minister for Education

Leaving Cert students' oral exams are still being marked and that the State Examinations Commission (SEC) "is continuing to monitor the marking process," Minister...

No plans for secondary school in Moycullen despite demand

Galway Senator Seán Kyne has expressed disappointment with the Department of Education's view that there is no requirement for a secondary school in Moycullen. Speaking...

Landmark new teaching institute announced by three colleges in West

A new Western Institute for Studies in Education (WISE) which will improve and promote teacher education in the west of Ireland has been announced...

136 Galway students receiving Leaving Cert exam results today

There are 136 Leaving Cert students in Galway who are receiving their exam results today after opting to sit the deferred exams rather than...

Calls for mediator to be appointed in special needs education dispute

Calls have been made for a mediator to resolve the impasse on reopening special needs education between the department and unions. Galway East TD Seán...

Schools and classes for children with additional needs to reopen from next Thursday

Children at special schools and those in special classes in primary schools will begin returning to in-person classes from next Thursday, 21 January. The decision...

Galway TD urges Ministers to meet Parents’ Association of Rosedale Special School in city

Mairéad Farrell TD has called on the Minister for Education and Minister for Special Education to meet with the Parents’ Association of Rosedale Special...

Galway students take home awards from BT Young Scientist Exhibition

Enterprising students from two Galway schools took home multiple awards from the 2021 BT Young Scientist Exhibition on Friday. Three students from Salerno Jesus and...

Galway schools awarded €1.4 million for upgrade works

Eighteen schools in schools in Galway have been awarded €1.4 million in funding for essential maintenance and upgrade works. The monies for schools in Galway...

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