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Funding for new classrooms announced

St Canices’ National School, Granges Road, is to receive Government funding for the provision of two new classrooms according to Deputy John McGuinness.

Dyslexia still misunderstood in Midlands

Nearly a quarter of the people surveyed in the Midlands (23 per cent) believe dyslexia affected your ability to tell colours apart, according to research published this week.

Services for special needs children need protection

Labour TD Willie Penrose has spoken out strongly against this week’s decision by Minister for Education Batt O’Keeffe to cut special needs teacher support in over 100 schools, saying it is “a clear indication that vulnerable children are to be the next target of this callous government”.

Mainstreaming one local special needs class will cost State €40k

Moving children with special needs into mainstream school classes is not only a bad move educationally, it will cost the State dearly, a local politician has warned.

Brothers of Charity make it happen for people with learning disabilities

A conference celebrating the lives and achievements of people with learning dissabilities took place in Loughrea last week. The conference titled Making it happen sought to recognize the achievements of disabled people in the East Galway region.

Smart centre wins Network award

The newly opened SMART education centre is making a massive impact in the Galway business scene. Owned and managed by Mary O’Dowd who has more than 25 years teaching experience, the centre offers professional, independent, educational services for children aged six to 18 years.

Smart centre wins Network award

The newly opened SMART education centre is making a massive impact in the Galway business scene. Owned and managed by Mary O’Dowd who has more than 25 years teaching experience, the centre offers professional, independent, educational services for children aged six to 18 years.

 

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