Generation Apprenticeship Competition Exhibits on Display in National College of Ireland 6th – 30th April

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, […]


Looking out for Dyslexia

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 […]


An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar launches HealthFest 2018 National Sports Complex Dublin 26th April 2018

Photo above: Leo Varadkar pictured with students from Newpark School – Nathan Moore, Caia Murdoch, Jess Whelan and Molly Healy Over 3,000 secondary students and teachers from all over the country attended last year’s HealthFest […]


New Research Programme at UCD to Focus on Improving Survival Rates of Children and Teens Affected by Cancers of the Blood

  National Children’s Research Centre and CMRF Crumlin welcomes appointment of New Professor in Paediatric Haematology at UCD Appointment funded through legacy donation from the late Brendan McGonnell Dublin, Ireland, 27th March 2018, University College […]


The Impact of Concussion

Health and safety awareness is high in Irish education. But a recent sporting tragedy has raised new concerns about the dangers of concussion and prompted calls for managers and principals to respond.HEAD injury has always […]