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As school children emerge from what has been an incredibly challenging and uncertain time, and with research last year showing that almost 20 percent of parents of primary school aged children have sought some form of mental health support for their child over the past two years, the National Parents Council Primary and St Patrick’s Mental Health Services are issuing a timely call for the development and introduction of additional primary schools-based mental health supports.
As part of the Westmeath County Council Decade of Centenaries programme, Mount Temple resident, Ian Kenneally, has been reappointed Historian in Residence for the period from August until December 2021.
As part of the Westmeath County Council Decade of Centenaries programme, Mount Temple resident, Ian Kenneally, has been appointed Historian in Residence for the period from August until November 2020.
It is unacceptable that there are over half a million children taught in underfunded primary schools, according to INTO General Secretary John Boyle.
Today, more than 559,000 children are taught in large classes in underfunded primary schools where there is minimal support for school leaders. This is not acceptable. The next government must change this reality.
The footballers of Kilkerrin/Clonberne were far too strong for Corofin in the senior ladies' football final last weekend in Maigh Cuilinn, winning by 22 points on a whopping scoreline of 7-16 to 3-6.
The county senior ladies' football final between Kilkerrin-Clonberne and Corofin outfit takes place in Moyullen on Saturday (3pm).