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Bridge Mills Galway Language Centre – TEFL training courses now returning for 2023

Bridge Mills Galway Language Centre, a Department of Education recognised training institute, now in its 35th year of business, is a quality school with Cambridge Exams Centre recognition, EAQUALS, Quality English, ACELS/QQI, and FETAC accreditation. The school has just successfully completed reengagement and accreditation with Quality and Qualifications Ireland as a higher education provider.

Turloughmore celebrates its sole senator

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Seanad Eireann is celebrating its 100th anniversary and in that hundred years some of the greatest and most noted people took their place in the Higher House of the Irish Parliament.

Half a century for justice — businessman reveals impact of abuse by former Christian Brother

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A well-known Galway businessman said he had waited fifty years for his journey to justice to be completed, after a former Christian Brother who indecently assaulted him in the early 1970s was told he will be sentenced in March.

Nana’s inspiration sees Galway girl wins Irene Sandford Award and Bursary

Galway girl Aimee Banks, was the recipient of The Irene Sandford Award and Bursary 2022 at the Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin.

Transition year, a good or bad idea?

You may find yourself torn on whether to do TY or not, and this is normal. Your school may have discussed the positives and negatives at face value but in the following article I hope to provide you with a more informed approach to the choice from numerous first-hand experiences.

Half a century for justice — businessman reveals impact of abuse by former Christian Brother

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A well-known Galway businessman said he had waited fifty years for his journey to justice to be completed, after a former Christian Brother who indecently assaulted him in the early 1970s was told he will be sentenced in March.

Athlone teachers in attendance at INTO Education Conference ‘Language Matters’ in Tullamore

Numerous teaching representatives from Athlone primary schools were in attendance at the INTO Consultative Conference on Education in Tullamore in recent times.

Garry Hynes honoured twice in November

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November was a busy month filled with much deserved, prestigious awards for Druid Theatre Co-Founder and Artistic Director, Garry Hynes.

DRIVING HISTORY: Where we take a journey through someone’s driving past

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Current Car — David Leahy is the Chief Executive Officer of the Galway Roscommon Education and Training Board. Fitting for the former history teacher, his driving past is varied and interesting. Currently the owner of an Audi A6, his first car was actually a van. Remembered by David as ‘a great little servant’, the 1991 Toyota Starlet, transported David from Trinity College to his lodgings saving him the twenty mile daily cycle.The Starlet saw him through the naughties, and was replaced by a series of cars, including a Nissan Almera, Saab 95 and a much loved Land Rover Defender.

GIY launches GROW At School food education programme

Some 130 schools across the country have been planting the first crops from their garden kit as part of the GROW at School programme, an initiative bringing food education and outdoor learning into the classroom.

 

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