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School of Make-up Artistry offers many courses

The International School of Make-up Artistry, spanning some 30 years, boasts a 100 per cent success rate for its students.

Mercy Primary gets ready for historic change in the heart of the city

It is going to be a summer of change at Mercy Primary School in the heart of the city. While the school year might be winding down elsewhere, the 176-year-old school is getting ready for one of the most momentous changes in its history.

Supporting the transition to secondary school

BY MARGARET HESSION

Host families for international students

Since 1976, families across Ireland have been welcoming international students from the Midland Language Centre

Sculpting and Film Fleadh TV courses on offer

Greasán na Meán Skillnet is accepting applications for two upcoming courses - character sculpting and Galway Film Fleadh TV.

Educate Together to hold public meeting on new secondary school for the city

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Parents interested in seeing the new secondary school for Galway city come under the patronage of Educate Together are encouraged to attend a public meeting in the NUI Galway Lifecourse Building at 8pm on Monday June 25.

Minister confirms Educate Together to move to new school building in Knocknacarra

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The Educate Together school in Knocknacarra will move from its current temporary accommodation, and into the former Gaelscoil Mhic Amhlaigh off the Cappagh Road, at the start of the next school term.

Ten Galway schools chosen for pilot creative schools scheme

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Ten schools across Galway city and county have been chosen to take part in a pilot Government scheme which aims to increase and enhance creative activities within the State's education system.

Educate Together welcomes ‘reconfiguration’ process in Athlone

 

How to make your overseas experience work at home

Q: “I have been working as a primary school teacher in London for six years. I’ve worked in some challenging schools, to say the least – in almost every class, I had children from backgrounds where drug and alcohol misuse was rampant. Behaviour was a constant issue in those schools. I have got on quite well. I’ve also done some courses on school leadership. Now I want to move back to my home place in rural Ireland. I’m afraid that what I have done in London won’t really be relevant to rural or small town schools in Ireland, and that I should tone down my CV. Any advice?” (CT, email).

 

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