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A group of transition year students at Galway Community College will send their space balloon, The Galway Girl, into the upper atmosphere tomorrow.
Two Galway teams — Team Sputnikí Mhóinín from Galway Community College, Galway, and Team Sat AthaRi from GairmScoil Mhuire, Athenry — were named joint winners in the regional final of the CanSat competition last week. The competition, run by the European Space Agency, sees school teams throughout Europe compete to create and launch miniature satellites.
The Galway Girl hits through the clouds — Community College TY students take to the skies with space projects
Transition year students at Galway Community College are taking their science practical work to new heights with two space-related projects which will be launched in the coming weeks. A group of TY students at the college plan to send a balloon into space next month to conduct a number of experiments and measurements, while a second group is building a tiny satellite as part of the Europe-wide CANSAT competition.
Post Leaving Cert students from the marketing and film and TV courses at Galway Community College gave willingly of their time last week to work with leading Irish musician Damien Dempsey and Colm O’Brien, the MD of Ireland’s largest school lunch supplier, Carambola Kidz Healthy Lunches Delivered, to help children in The Philippines.
TOM STOPPARD’S The Real Inspector Hound and Peter Shaffer’s Black Comedy will be the inaugural plays that open the Galway Community College’s new auditorium on Wednesday February 4 and Thursday 5 at 8pm.
Galway Community College continues to offer a wide variety of courses for school leavers and continuing professional development. There is a broad range of FETAC/QQI Level 5 and 6 courses on offer, with tutors constantly developing new modules and links to business.
Galway Community College has teamed up with local radio station, Galway Bay FM, to run a new radio and sound production course.
People in the vicinity of Tuam are being urged to offer free accommodation in their homes to cyclists taking part in a major suicide awareness initiative.
YOUNG AND elderly Galwegians have joined forces to create an exhibition of artworks that go on display in City Hall next week.
Employees in some of Galway’s top companies recently welcomed fifth year students from local schools into their premises to give them a chance to see what it is really like to work there, as part of the Schools Business Partnership (SBP) which facilitates partnerships between schools and local businesses.