Use of smart phones in schools will be included as item requiring consultation in Parent and Student Charter The Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton T.D. today (Monday the 21st of May) published a […]
Sponsored by ESB & CIF, the Generation Apprenticeship competition challenged apprentices to construct a three dimensional letter A using craft & other materials. The winners of the 2018 competition are Mark & Conor from Designer […]
The Bachelor of Early Childhood Education prepares you for a range of early education settings and develops your knowledge, competencies and understanding of: children’s welfare, development and learning; key national frameworks and how to create […]
Westport College of Further Education has been approved for an Erasmus + grant for 2018-2020 of €183,471. This grant will allow Westport College of Further Education to send a total of 115 staff and students […]
When Sophie finished her Leaving Cert, she started work as an Accounting Technician Apprentice with Grant Thornton, a leading professional services firm. Watch this video to find out how you can follow in her footsteps! […]
National Epilepsy Week (May 14th – 20th) To mark National Epilepsy Week (May 14th – 20th), Epilepsy Ireland has announced results of a survey conducted among young people aged 16-21 on their experience of living […]
Amendment to Education (Admission to Schools) Bill 2016 on the role of religion in school admissions approved by government Oversubscribed primary schools will not be allowed discriminate on the basis of religion, minority religions protected […]
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Pictured above: Representatives of the Governing Bodies of DIT, ITT and ITB with (front left) Chair, Professor Tom Collins, following the submission of the TU4Dublin application for designation as a Technological University. The Technological University for […]
What Are Eating Disorders? The term ‘eating disorder’ refers to a complex, potentially life-threatening condition, characterised by severe disturbances in eating behaviours. Eating disorders can be seen as a way of coping with emotional distress, […]
Ireland is forging ahead on expansion of its apprenticeship system to meet 21st century skills needs and to support dynamic growth of our economy and society. There are currently 36 apprenticeship programmes available in Ireland, […]
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Photo: USI President Michael Kerrigan (L) with Aoife Kerwin (R) winner of the President’s Award at the USI Student Achievement Awards Ireland 2018 Local Kildare woman Aoife Kerwin has scooped the prestigious USI President’s […]
Dyslexic difficulties occur on a continuum from mild to severe and affect approximately 10% of the population. The Dyslexia Association of Ireland’s campaigns for mandatory teaching training, equitable access to identification and supports, and funding […]
When will the new Senior Cycle Physical Education Framework be available in schools? Senior Cycle Physical Education Framework (SCPE) will be available on a phased basis starting with a group of schools in September 2018 […]
Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Katherine Zappone launched the Bachelor of Arts in Digital Marketing (TA 117), a brand new, career-focussed Level 7 degree beginning full-time in September 2018 at the Institute of Technology […]
Wicklow Gaol 1702-1924 is an atmospheric jail museum experience offering visitors a glimpse of life in prisons of the past.