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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.
There is something wonderful about a new school. It is as if the newness is willing you on to learn things. It is the equivalent of the nice clean blank page in your copy book. It dares you to write on it, to make sure that its journey from tree to page is not lost on something less than meaningful.
What a way to start the new year for the hundreds of pupils of Gaelscoil Mhic Amhlaigh — a span new school designed to inspire, educate and accommodate. The beginning of a new era for the school commenced on Monday when they moved into their new building at Millars’ Lane.
A building contractor has been appointed to construct a new school for Gaelscoil Mhic Amhlaigh on a site adjacent to Millar’s Lane pitches and off the Western Distributor Road.
Most Irish people, although they don’t want to speak Irish, want the language, our nation’s most precious creation, to survive as a living language among the languages of Europe. Many believe that this survival is now assured.
Students and teachers at Coláiste na Coiribe could be moving into a new school building by late 2015 after signifcant progress was made recently with the Galway Roscommon Education Training Board advertising for tenders for the construction project at Ballyburke in Knocknacarra.
Galway Autism Partnership has announced the roll out of Phase 2 of their School Awareness Packs throughout Galway city and county and extending nationwide, including a school in Northern Ireland.
By the start of next month, Gaelscoil de hÍde in Oranmore, will know whether it has received planning permission for its new school.
Gaelscoil Mhic Amhlaigh in Knocknacarra is to move to a new facility, which will allow for a 50 per cent increase in pupil numbers, following agreements reached this week.
The new Gaelscoil de hÍde at Oranmore has taken a major step towards becoming a reality after contracts were signed for the purchase of a site.