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Inver National School wins prize for Game Playing Day

Inver National School in Ballina has won the Mayo county prize for Game Playing Day by showing that its pupils had the most fun playing board games on the day.

New orchard for Kilkenny Castle

One of the first events of the 400th anniversary of the City Charter will take place this week in schools around the city and will culminate in the planting of an orchard in the grounds of Kilkenny Castle.

Scoil Naisiunta Cearn Mor reveals its new high-tech classrooms

Carnmore National School last week held an open night for parents to showcase the seven new interactive whiteboards installed in the school since January this year.

Mayor describes school warden appointment as ‘bureaucracy gone mad’

City Hall having to write to the Minister for Finance for permission to appoint a school warden is “bureaucracy gone mad” according to the Mayor of Galway Pádraig Conneely.

Dance - a cheap hobby

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Vanessa, the director of RnM Dance teaches dance and gymnastics around the country.

Mayo Sports Partnership news

Mayo Sports Partnership will host a follow-on course from the basic awareness course for nominated children’s officers from sporting groups on Saturday April 4 in Mayo General Hospital from 10am to 4.30pm.

Spring clean

The National Spring Clean campaign is continuing with the people of Mayo out in force organising a variety of fantastic clean up events in the county.

Classroom debacle angers local principal

A Kilkenny principal has spoken out about his decision not to opt to build a permanent classroom for his school following comments from the Minister for Education Batt O’ Keefe earlier this week.

Kenny hits out at O’Keeffe’s whirlwind tour of Mayo

The Minster for Education Batt O’Keeffe adhered to a busy itinerary on Wednesday as he opened three schools and four school extensions in the county.

Fifth class Castlebar students scoop top prizes in no-smoking competition

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At an event in the Croke Park Conference Centre this week, Minister Aine Brady, newly appointed Minister of State for Older People and Health Promotion, awarded a first place prize to winning students Emma Horan, Sinead Mangan, and Roisin McEvoy and second place prize to student Khansa Akhtar, all from St Angela’s National School, Castlebar, at the inaugural Irish Cancer Society competition.


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