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New classes commence this month with The Drama Den

The Drama Den is based in the New Community Centre in Cappagh Park, Knocknacarra, and it offers classes for children of all ages, from three years upwards.

Féile Ceoil opens in Dean Crowe on Monday night

The annual Féile Ceoil na Scoileanna will take place in the Dean Crowe Theatre next week, opening on April 7 at 7pm.

Learning the lessons from teaching job hunt

Q: I qualified as a primary school teacher last year. I’ve spent the last few months sending out CVs, but to no avail. Some of my friends are saying I should call into schools, rather than sending on CVs, but I think that might only make a nuisance of me to the principals. I’ve only got a few days subbing along the way. Even though I have applied for about eight longer-term positions (maternity leaves, mainly), I have only got called for one interview, and I didn’t get the job. I’m beginning to despair. Any tips? (DR, email)

JobBridge teacher ad branded “exploitative”

A JobBridge ad for a primary school teacher in Athlone has been branded “exploitative” and “demeaning” by a local councillor.

Rose selection time again as Galway hopefuls dream of Tralee and nights in the Dome

BY DECLAN VARLEY

Lissoy Rose Aisling sets off for Tralee

“I’m such a lucky girl; I’m still in shock that I’m going to Tralee,” is the reaction of Westmeath Rose Aisling Baker to her participation in next week’s Rose of Tralee festival.

Your Career, Your Choices

Questions to put teacher on the spot

Performing arts for children with Dramatastic

After a very successful season one Dramatastic will resume classes for season two from January 14. Dramatastic was established by Ciara Doyle (B Ed primary teaching, ALCM, LLCM, FLCM musical theatre, MA music education) to make the performing arts accessible to children in Galway and give children the opportunity to develop confidence, make friends, and nurture their own talents in a safe and comfortable environment. With a maximum entry of 15 pupils per class, each child is guaranteed expert tuition.

Performing arts for children with Dramatastic

After a very successful season one Dramatastic will resume classes for season two from January 14. Dramatastic was established by Ciara Doyle (B Ed primary teaching, ALCM, LLCM, FLCM musical theatre, MA music education) to make the performing arts accessible to children in Galway and give children the opportunity to develop confidence, make friends, and nurture their own talents in a safe and comfortable environment. With a maximum entry of 15 pupils per class, each child is guaranteed expert tuition.

Learning the drill for teaching interviews

Q: I’m a primary school teacher, fresh out of college, and getting by with subbing days here and there. I have done two interviews, and though I felt I did well in both, I was unsuccessful on both occasions. Are there any general tips for teachers? And should I speak Irish at any stage in the interview? (Mary, email)

 

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