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Radical changes needed to address ‘fundamental threat’ to childcare sector

Maintaining physical distancing with pre-school children is impossible and the changes required by the COVID-19 pandemic pose a fundamental threat to the survival of...

New GMIT Masters brings together Engineering and Design

A collaboration between the schools of Engineering, Business, and Design & Creative Arts at GMIT has produced a groundbreaking new postgraduate course launching this...

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...

Galway TD calls for clarity on July Provision for children with special needs

East Galway TD Anne Rabbitte has called on the Minister for Education to clarify the status of the July Education Programme, also known as...

Galway’s CÚRAM medical devices centre helps primary school kids practice mad science at home

Galway's CÚRAM Research Centre for Medical Devices is helping primary school teachers trying to keep their students engaged while teaching online with a range...

New website launched to help teachers support students online

A new website has been launched to support Primary and Post-Primary teachers who are teaching classes online during the current crisis. ‘Teacher Support’ was created...

NUIG makes changes to 2020/21 academic year

NUIG is making significant changes to the timetable and teaching methodology of the upcoming 2020/21 academic year in response to the impact of the...

Undergraduate Open Day at NUIG to be held online for first time

NUI Galway's Undergraduate Open Day will be held online for the first time on Thursday, 7 May. The Open Day will give students, parents and...

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...

Student teachers continue studies thanks to online technology

Students in Galway and elsewhere planning to pursue third-level studies in teaching should not be worried that the current COVID-19 restrictions will affect their...

Young people in with a chance to win €1,000 with ReelLIFE SCIENCE

Young people with a love of science, filmaking, or both could be in with a chance to win €1,000 for their school or organisation...

Summer language courses in the Gaeltacht cancelled

Irish language courses which normally take place in the Gaeltacht each summer will not be going ahead this year due to the Covid-19 crisis. Hundreds...
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