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Increase in special needs assistants for Galway schools

The number of special needs assistants in Galway and Mayo's primary and secondary schools is increasing by 28 this September.

Parents need specialised help to support special needs children

Criticising the opposition for continuing to “play politics with the SNA issue”, Fine Gael's spokesperson on social protection Senator Fidelma Healy Eames has called for parents of children with special needs to be the Government's central focus by providing specialised help and support.

Cappataggle NS to retain special needs assistant

A primary school in the Ballinasloe area got good news recently with the announcement that it is to retain its special needs assistant.

St Anthony’s principal meets Oireachtas committee to discuss SNA cuts

Yesterday (Thursday) a delegation from St Anthony’s Special School in Castlebar, along with a number of other special schools, met with the joint Oireachtas Committee on Education and Science in Leinster House to discuss the ongoing row over the axing of a number of special needs assistants jobs.

St Anthony’s to lose three SNAs

The Minister for Education Batt O’Keeffe has confirmed to Mayo Fine Gael Deputy John O’Mahony that St Anthony’s Special School in Castlebar will lose three special needs assistants from Easter.

Education Minister will not reverse St Anthony’s SNA cuts

Education Minister Batt O’Keeffe has said he will not reverse the decision to cut four special needs assistants from St Anthony’s Special School in Castlebar. The Minister was approached by Fine Gael deputy John O’Mahony outside the Dáil on Wednesday night, while at the same time a public meeting was being held in the Castlebar school to protest against the proposed cuts.

Education Minister will not reverse St Anthony’s SNA cuts

Education Minister Batt O’Keeffe has said he will not reverse the decision to cut four special needs assistants from St Anthony’s Special School in Castlebar. The Minister was approached by Fine Gael deputy John O’Mahony outside the Dáil on Wednesday night, while at the same time a public meeting was being held in the Castlebar school to protest against the proposed cuts.

 

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