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Erris anti-bullying week

This year Erris anti-bullying week carries the theme Free To Be Me and will run from October 3 to 7.

Senator slams retired teachers returning while graduates are ‘on dole’

Fine Gael Seanad education spokesperson Senator Fidelma Healy Eames has slammed schools which employ retired teachers to provide substitute cover when hundreds of newly qualified teachers are jobless.

Anti-bullying week

Erris Anti-Bullying Week will take place the week commencing Monday October 11.

Anti-bullying week

Erris Anti-Bullying Week will take place the week commencing Monday October 11.

New courses for teachers at the Galway Education Centre

The Department of Education’s new National Induction Programme for Teachers will be taking place in The Galway Education Centre.

Gain for a qualification in hairdressing

As the Leaving Cert results arrived and CAO points were announced, the Irish College of Hairdressing in Galway saw a major rise in requests for information on its website for the College's City and Guilds international qualification in hairdressing. The course starting in September is now almost full and the first offer for places in the January course already issued to a number of students.

Green Schools travel initiative launched at Scoil Raifteirí

Scoil Raifteirí in Castlebar along with 19 other Mayo schools are in the throes of preparing to receive their fourth green flags. The latest addition to the Green Flag project is the Green Schools travel initiative which was piloted in the east and is being rolled out in Mayo for the first time to 20 schools who have already received the first three green flags.

 

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