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Are you are interested in upskilling or changing career? Are you unsure about what study options to take? Do you need some career advice? Then the Engage ’18 event on Saturday, 27 January may be just what you need to kick-start your career in 2018. Taking place at the Connaught Hotel from 10 – 1, this one stop shop career event gives you the opportunity to engage with career consultants, educational providers and employers in the Galway region.
Property: Summerhill, Athlone, County Roscommon
"This primary school student came to us struggling at maths and was not confident in his abilities. An individualized programme was devised to suit his needs and ability. Working just 10 minutes a day can make all the difference. After 18 months work, this student had progressed from a lower D to an A level grade. His confidence was restored and he was ready to tackle maths concepts that were new to him."
He is one of the most successful captains Mayo have ever had on the football field, yet he is still only 20 years of age. This time three years ago, Stephen Coen was preparing to lead the Mayo minors out on to Croke Park in the All Ireland minor final against Tyrone, in the 36 months that have passed since then he has captained Mayo to win that minor final, kicked the insurance score in the Sigerson Cup final this year, lined out for his club in an All Ireland final back in Croke Park, and at the end of the spring he captained the Mayo U21s to the All Ireland title in Cork.
The Centre for Adult Learning and Professional Development offers a series of 8-week, non-accredited courses in a number of different subject areas including Archaeology, Writing, Drama, Film Studies, History, Art History, Languages, Health & Well Being, Literature & Poetry, Ecology & the Environment and many others.
The Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on mental health, disability and special needs and General Election candidate for Galway East Colm Keaveney has said that disability inclusion will be a priority for Fianna Fáil if elected to run the country.
Galway Steiner National School has been granted planning permission by Galway City Council for temporary accommodation at Brooklawn House (next to the Aviva offices in Knocknacarra), prior to the completion of its permanent residence.
An information evening will take place in Galway this month in advance of the opening of the city’s first Steiner national school later this year.
A conference on the art of education in Steiner national schools, which was held in NUI Galway on Saturday, saw lively engagement by Galway parents and educators as well as large numbers of participants from outside the county.
In last week’s edition, the article ‘Gaelscoil Mhic Amhlaigh building to house new Steiner school’, in relation to a new primary school being established in Knocknacarra in 2014, stated that the new school being established will be under Steiner patronage.