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Joanne is a full time carer for her young son Cadan, who suffers from Jacobsens Syndrome and requires round the clock care from his family and nursing staff. For Joanne, the bus system which took her eldest son Cian to and from school, was a life saver.
Local mother Joanne Geraghty who is a full time carer for her son Cadan, has been left ‘stranded and trapped’ following the ongoing issue with the school buses.
Independent TDs Sean Canney and Deputy Noel Grealish have called on the Government to provide additional school buses to cater for children with concessionary tickets who are being refused school transport for the upcoming year.
A group of newly-arrived Ukrainian students say a piece of their hearts will always be Irish after being welcomed to Galway.
A completely new planning application is now required for the school building project at Scoil an Chroi Naofa in Ballinasloe, Deputy Denis Naughten has been informed.
A completely new planning application is now required for the school building project at Scoil an Chroi Naofa in Ballinasloe, Denis Naughten TD has been informed.
Future of Athlone’s education infrastructure requires immediate government discussion to enable progress
Cathaoirleach of Westmeath County Council, Cllr Frankie Keena, has expressed his complete dismay following confirmation received at this week’s sitting of Athlone-Moate Municipal District meeting that a representative from the Department of Education will not attend a future meeting of elected public representatives to discuss Athlone’s education infrastructural needs.
Dr. Sharon Feeney, Head of Learning Development in TU Dublin’s Faculty of Business, has recently been appointed to the Board of the Education Research Centre (ERC).
The community of Galway Educate Together Secondary School (GETSS) is appealing to the Department of Education to find and acquire a permanent and suitable site that will meet their needs of the school community and the growing population of Galway.
There was good news for two schools in Westport this week with the confirmation that Holy Trinity National School and Sacred Heart Secondary School will be getting new buildings.