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Education and Training Boards respond to learners’ needs during crisis

Education and Training Boards across Ireland are bringing in new measures to ensure the continuity of education and training for the nearly 450,000 learners...

Calls for next government to invest in Community Education

The next government must move the debate about educational access and equality beyond formal education settings. It must do...

GMIT lecturer wins national education award

GMIT Science lecturer Dr Cormac Quigley was one of the big prize winners at the 2019 Education Awards.

Portumna primary school get backing for special education services

St. Brendan's National School in Portumna has received welcome support to improve on its services for students with special education needs. The Primary School has...

Over 60,000 Leaving Cert students to register with Calculated Grades portal

Over 60,000 Leaving Cert students are expected register this week at a new online portal to decide whether they wish to receive a calculated...

Teachers Union tells members not to work on predicted Leaving Cert grades

One of the country's largest teachers unions has cast doubt on plans for predicted grades for the 2020 Leaving Cert by telling its members...

East Galway secondary school approved for multi-million upgrade

St Killian's College secondary school in New Inn has received approval for a major upgrade to its specialist facilities with a multi-million investment by...

Works approved for Newton NS

Newtown NS in Abbeyknockmoy is set to benefit from investment in Special Needs projects following approval from the Department of Education for works to...

Plans for temporary prefab secondary school in Murrough

Plans have been submitted to the city council for the construction of a temporary secondary school at Murrough in Galway City. The Department of Education...

Families to receive refunds for school transport fees

The Department of Education has confirmed that families will receive refunds for school transport fees for periods of school closures this year. Payments to families...

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.

NUIG launches nationwide survey on students sexual experiences

NUI Galway Active Consent and the Union of Students of Ireland have teamed up for a nationwide survey on students sexual...

City Councillor calls for urgent funding for Renmore school

Galway City Councillor Alan Cheevers is calling on the Department of Education to urgently look at funding for a new school for Scoil Chaitriona...

Extension plans for Craughwell National School to advance in January

Plans for a major expansion of Craughwell National School are expected to advance early in the new year. Galway East TD Sean Canney said that...

Presentation College Headford expansion plans take step forward

Plans for a major extension of Presentation College Headford have taken a step forward with inspections by department officials to take place in the...

GMIT to formally apply for Technological University status in 2020

GMIT has taken a step forward towards its goal of becoming a technological university, with a formal application expected next year. The governing bodies of...

Approval given for work on three East Galway schools

Three schools in Galway East have been given the go ahead for emergency repair works and temporary accommodation works. The Department of Education has approved...

Plans progress for state of the art STEM building at GMIT

Plans are progressing for a new state of the building for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths courses at the city campus of GMIT. The proposed...

Galway primary schools to receive at least €5,500 in Minor Works grants

Galway's primary schools will receive at least €5,500 in grants under the Department of Education’s Minor Works programme this year. In total €29 million will...

Ambitious Galway-based project aims to get teenagers moving

A new project based in Galway is aiming to get teenagers moving at school by linking PE with science. CÚRAM - based at NUI Galway...
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