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Privatisation of Teacher Training must be reversed - Conway-Walsh

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Sinn Féin spokesperson on Further and Higher Education Rose Conway-Walsh TD has accused the government of ‘selling-off’ primary teacher training.

Emer Flatley relishing new role with FAI and the Galway City Council

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Many valuable lessons have been learned during a demanding spell across the world. The value of sport simply goes beyond the action between the white chalk lines: it is about communities, friendships, making connections, and social interaction.

News in Brief - Around the county

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Take a quick tour though what's been going on around Mayo in our News in Breif section. 

Parents encouraged to apply for special needs students home support

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, is encouraging parents of special needs students to submit their application for a 20-hour supplementary education support scheme which will provide in-person tuition or care by teachers and SNAs in the home over a four-week period.

‘I find young people respond positively to Shakespeare’

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PETE MULLINEAUX is rarely a man with little to do, being a poet, a playwright, and an active force in youth theatre and education in Galway.

Mayo GAA and wider community mourn late PJ McGrath

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The late PJ McGrath was laid to rest yesterday in St. Colman’s Cemetery in Claremorris.

Tawin NS - a symbol of the gathering storm

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‘To speak with justice, I would say this letter from Mr Casement is, for the most part, a string of falsehoods’ ….begins a letter of harsh criticism concerning the efforts of committed Irish language enthusiasts on the island of Tawin to build a new school where ‘Irish will be the language.’ It was to replace the English-speaking school, and its teacher, which was closed for years because the islanders refused to send their children there.

Olympian Annalise Murphy and her Mercedes Benz X-Class.

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Boher based national school teacher, Emer Dunne, releases her new single, 'Daisy', on Friday, march 26, sales from the proceeds of which will go towards raising funds for the Irish Cancer Society.

Galway schools selected for pilot education programme

A new arts education programme that explores creative thinking has been launched by Tulca Festival of Visual Arts and Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture.

Knocknacarra pupils are Galway’s Global Goal Getters

The work of pupils from St John the Apostle NS, Knocknacarra, is being showcased in the new Our World Irish Aid Awards online magazine, Global Goal Getters, launched this week.


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