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Taoiseach congratulates Craggagh NS on award nomination for Blue Star Project work

The Taoiseach Enda Kenny has congratulated the staff and students of Craggagh National School on the school's recent nomination for an Eircom Junior Spiders award, based on its online project work and blog posts relating to the Blue Star Programme. These annual awards honour outstanding achievement online and celebrate the successes of the Irish internet and digital media.

Seachtain na Gaeilge in the Quay School Westport goes viral

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The Quay School in Westport was taken totally by surprise last week when a short video recording they made as part of Seachtain na Gaeilge was viewed almost 8,000 times.

Grease comes to the Quay School

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Congratulations are due to all of the sixth class pupils in the Quay School, Westport, who recently took part in a production of Grease - The Musical. The school hall was full to capacity for each nights performance. More than 250 people attended the show and were stunned at the standard of performance. Some 30 children began rehearsals last January and continued each week until mid-February. A large number of parents were involved with this production and their commitment was second to none. As the performances approached, rehearsals took place twice weekly and eventually a third practice session was included. The sixth class pupils had been working diligently with the production team to include as many original hits from the musical as possible. On many occasions the audience were on their feet to sing along with the show and as the fun came to an end the audience again rose to their feet and accorded the children several standing ovations. Thanks are to go out to all of the production team: Tia Crowley, Loretta Kerrigan, Ann Mc Hale, Judy Fahy, Alice Lennon and Ann Mc Hale. Thanks also to their class teacher Susan Murray and to the large number of parents who helped in so many ways. A particular word of thanks to Etna Doherty who painted various backdrops on the stage.

Galway public meeting on expected cuts to education

The upcoming December Budget poses a very real and serious threat to our children’s education, according to the Galway branch of the Irish National Teachers Organisation (INTO).

No more chalk and talk as St Pat’s school goes high-tech

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A new educational system which revolutionises teaching and learning by replacing “chalk and talk with a multi-sensory approach” gives access to an almost infinite supply of resources on the internet.

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.

 

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