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Clive Byrne, Director of the National Association of School Principals and Deputy Principals (NAPD) has welcomed the creation of a ‘Centre for School Leadership’ which is to be headed up by Oranmore principal Mary Nihill who has been seconded from her position as Principal of Calasactius School in Oranmore.
The project management committee for the upcoming amalgamation of St Joseph's and St Aloysius secondary schools on the west side of the Shannon issued an information bulletin in recent days to parents, teachers, and the local community.
Salerno Secondary School in Salthill is to get a new PE Hall under the Department of Education and Skills' additional accommodation allocations programme.
IMPACT trade union will host an information meeting at the IMPACT office, Unit 23/24 Sean Mulvoy Business Park, Sean Mulvoy Road, today Thursday (November 26) at 5pm to provide information to school secretaries and caretakers paid from grant funding to schools. A recent arbitration finding has recommended four separate pay rises of 2.5 per cent for these workers between 2016 and 2019.
Fine Gael TD, John O’Mahony, has welcomed the announcement by Minister for Education, Jan O’Sullivan that the Department of Education have approved an main stream classroom at Scoil Padraig Naofa, Cregmore, Claregalway and an art room for Gairmscoil Einne, Aran Islands.
A total of 73 primary schools in Westmeath are set to receive a Minor Works Grant in two weeks to help them purchase equipment and furniture.
Allure Hair and Beauty Salon and Midland College of Hair, Make-up and Beauty were founded in 2004 by director Joan O’Meara, a native of Ballycumber, Co Offaly.
Debbie Byrne, the mother of autistic child Aaron Byrne, has won her battle with the Department of Education and Skills (DES) and had her application for funding for her son's education approved.
To coincide with World Suicide Prevention Week, Cycle against Suicide honoured the efforts and achievements of 45 secondary schools from all over Ireland recently, including St Joseph’s, Castlebar, in promoting positive mental health awareness and their dedication to spreading the message that ‘it’s OK not to feel OK; and it’s absolutely OK to ask for help’.
Adult Literacy Awareness week takes place from Monday to Friday, September 21-25. The aim of the week is to promote local literacy services, raise awareness of the benefits of improving reading, writing, and numeracy skills, and to highlight the benefits of helping people with poor literacy and numeracy skills accessing adult education, to create a more inclusive society.