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The summer programme for children with additional educational needs, and those at greatest risk of educational disadvantage, should be lengthened this year.
Whats been going on around the county?
Preparations for Leaving Certificate 2021 are in train, with most students having registered for examinations, accredited grades, or both. There is ongoing engagement with education partners. Students have been informed of changes that have been made to the examination papers in light of the disruption to learning for the Leaving Certificate class of 2021 caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
News from around the county
Fine Gael Deputy Ciaran Cannon has welcomed an announcement from the Department of Education that it has authorised the design team charged with developing a new eight classroom school at Bullaun to select a shortlist of contractors for the project.
Calasanctius College in Oranmore has been successful in its application to the Department of Education for additional accommodation.
There was a major boost for Westport announced today, with €8,279,000 in funding announced for a new co-located Municipal District Library along with long term facilities/hub for community groups at Altamount Street in the town.
Local Fine Gael Senator, Aisling Dolan, has welcomed the decision taken by the Department of Education to afford funding for two extra classrooms and toilets at St Teresa’s Special School in Creagh, Ballinasloe.
The “much needed” extension to Craughwell national school can take place once the Department of Education approves the tender report and the Office of Public Works appoints a contractor.
Minister for State at the Department of Transport, Hildegarde Naughton, is encouraging all schools in Galway and South Mayo to apply for the Safe Routes to School programme.