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As home schooling looks set to continue for the foreseeable future, the National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA) has afforded essential parental advice as in house educating momentarily remains a core feature of daily family life.
Former General Manager of Galway Chamber, Maeve Joyce Crehan, will be recognised for her years of incredible support to the Galway Business Community at the Galway Chamber Business Awards.
A team of six transition year students from Holy Rosary College Mountbellew have qualified for the F1 in Schools national finals 2021.
TRUE STORIES, personal stories, fanciful stories, tall tales, and tales fantastic, some from the heart and some from the top of the head will be heard at the 2021 Moth & Butterfly Festival.
As frontline workers persist with heightened levels of dedication and commitment amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Hot Yoga Athlone is offering free online classes in recognition of their continuous work in such extenuating circumstances.
A soothing vocal tone familiar to many, singer songwriter Katie Gallagher (KTG), continues to progress and evolve as a music artist, her prowess on an upward curve, prior to the release of new music material courtesy of two self penned songs, ‘Melon’ and ‘The Canal’.
If you had told me in 2019 that the next year of my school life (and possibly the year after) would be dominated by masked teachers, Microsoft programmes, and a laptop at the kitchen table, I would never have believed you. I’ll never forget the day we were told that we would not be attending school due to the pandemic. Someone from a few desks away announced how he was going to throw a massive party to celebrate “getting a few days off” – it didn’t take long for that to become a party of one. When going into lockdown for the first time I felt as if it was unlikely that I would learn anything. How wrong I was.
STEPHANIE KLAPP, MA Culture and Colonialism NUI Galway, history teacher, and local historian, recalls the story of a fellow German who made Galway his home, but found himself caught up in the 1916 Rising and wrongly humiliated on the streets of Galway.
The spring term at The Spanish Institute will start the first week of February and will offer a variety of group classes to all levels, as well as one to one classes. In line with Covid-19 regulations, all classes will be delivered online until further notice. The new schedule is available on the institute’s website, www.spanishinstitute.ie, where students can book their chosen course until January 31.