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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.
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.
Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Alan Dillon, has welcomed the approval of funding for additional accommodation at Scoil Iosa in Ballyhaunis. The works will offer six new classrooms and associated facilities. In particular, funding is approved for four new classrooms, three special education teacher rooms, two special education needs classrooms and a water closet for assisted users. Deputy Dillon said: "It will be of enormous benefit to the almost 200 boys and over 150 girls attending the school. While increasing overall capacity at the Ballyhaunis school, it also importantly increases the special education infrastructure at primary level in east Mayo. This is the second school in Mayo to receive additional accommodation this year. Last month, additional accommodation in the form of a Special Education Needs classroom was approved for Derrywash NS outside Castlebar."
In September 1907 Stephen L Gwynn MP set out for a prolonged cycle-walkabout through Connemara. He was a very well known man in the Galway area, which he had represented for more than 12 years at Westminster as a member of the Irish Parliamentary Party. He was, as well, a literary man and a poet, who took genuine pleasure talking with, and meeting people. With fishing rods and knapsack, he set out on his bicycle on what turned out to be an eventful journey, along Cois Fhairrige to Clifden, through the mountains to Killary and Leenane, across Joyce Country to Lough na Fooey, then on to Ballinrobe and Tourmakeady, and home again along the coast road.*
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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.