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Vandalism at former Gaelscoil leads to fears Educate Together will have to wait longer before relocating
A spate of vandalism at the former Gaelscoil Mhic Amhlaigh in An Cimín Mór, off the Cappagh Road, has led to fears there will be further delays in the Knocknacarra Educate Together National School relocating to the Gaelscoil building.
While management skills are important, they can only take a person so far.
Do you need extra support to get a qualification and get and keep a job? If you have an illness, a mental health issue such as anxiety, or a disability, National Learning Network (NLN) could be the answer.
Your mocks are over and your Junior Cert exams are fast approaching. The best advice for Junior Cert students is, use your time wisely.
Six third-level Agricultural science students, including Mairead Fox from Moate, have received The Agricultural Science Association’s (ASA) professional work experience travel bursaries.
We often hear people say that life is not a rehearsal, so if you are interested in doing some travelling, changing career, taking early retirement, or learning about other cultures, now is the time. One of the best ways to see the world while at the same time earn some money is by teaching English.
Now that the first deadline for the CAO has passed, the next area of focus in schools, and indeed for adults who are interested in accessing education, is the further education (FE) sector, also known as PLCs. Post-Leaving Cert courses can provide an alternative route to college and a means of exploring a particular field of study. They are also a means of upskilling in a particular area or a direct route into employment. All courses teach research skills, self-directed learning, and computer skills. Many school leavers use these courses to help them with future career choices.
One of the many options outside of CAO is the apprenticeship route and one of the old reliables, the ESB Networks Apprenticeship Programme, is now open for applications.
Galway Community College is holding a first year open day on Thursday February 22 from 4pm to 5pm. Senior cycle applicants are also invited to attend with teachers and career guidance counsellors present to give advice and answer any questions students or parents may have.