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Find your ideal teaching position with Engage Education

Engage Education is an award winning teacher recruitment agency that specialises in matching quality teachers and support staff with schools throughout the United Kingdom. As a current holder of the EducationInvestor Recruitment Service of the Year award, Engage Education focuses on getting to know its teachers in order to find the right school for every individual it works with.

Find your ideal teaching position with Engage Education

Engage Education is an award winning teacher recruitment agency that specialises in matching quality teachers and support staff with schools throughout the United Kingdom. As a current holder of the EducationInvestor Recruitment Service of the Year award, Engage Education focuses on getting to know its teachers in order to find the right school for every individual it works with.

Find your ideal teaching position with Engage Education

Engage Education is an award winning teacher recruitment agency that specialises in matching quality teachers and support staff with schools throughout the United Kingdom. As a current holder of the EducationInvestor Recruitment Service of the Year award, Engage Education focuses on getting to know its teachers in order to find the right school for every individual it works with.

Learn how to cope better by understanding the rhythm of the seasons

A circle of life workshop will take place at the Diocesan Pastoral Centre in Newtownsmith on Saturday February 18 from 10am to 4pm. Admission is €10.

New Year, new learning

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The New Year brings about the renewing of the previous year's promises of getting into shape, travelling more, and enjoying the finer things in life. However, 2017 may enable you to try out something different, be it a new sport, a new pastime, or even an opportunity to enroll in a course to learn a new skill.

Time to teach an old dog new tricks

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They say you never stop learning as you grow and there are number of courses out there that one can avail of to upgrade the CV and enhance job prospects. Even the plain old satisfaction of acquiring new knowledge can be enough to tempt people to participate in a class while meeting new people and friends.

Glaoch an Cheoil – a new series for TG4

Imagine an Ireland where everyone in the country has the chance to learn to play a musical instrument, from the fiddle to the guitar, the drums or even the saxophone. This is the driving ambition of Glaoch an Cheoil, a new series for TG4 produced by Mind the Gap Films. The show aims to unite unused or discarded musical instruments with people who have always wanted to learn to play, but never had the opportunity. Four music hubs are being established (one in each of the provinces) – and the Connacht centre will be in Áras Inis Gluaire, Belmullet, Co Mayo.

Mayo to share in funding for access to music tuition

Music Generation, the U2 and Ireland funds supported National Music Education Programme, has announced that Mayo has been selected for participation in the first round of the programme. Over the next three years Music Generation will award a total of up to €1.6 million to help children and young people access vocal and instrumental tuition in their local areas.

Fiddle and banjo for children with Fiona Doherty

With over 25 years teaching experience at all levels, Fiona works as a full-time traditional music teacher. Her classes cater for both the absolute beginner and more advanced players, aged eight plus, who would like to develop their traditional music technique and repertoire. Returning students and newcomers are all welcome. Classes take place in Roscommon Arts Centre.

Blast off for the west’s biggest ever talent search

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Forget about X-Factor, You’re a Star, or Ireland’s Got Talent, as the west’s biggest ever battle of the bands competition, Blast 2010, is launched at the west’s newest and most exciting entertainment venue, The Gateway Live in Belmullet. Blast 2010 at the Gateway Live is set to attract all types of acts and bands from all over the west of Ireland with a prize fund of €8,000 on offer, including a professional recording contract to help launch the career of the winning band or act.

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