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Dublin City Council is pleased to continue its ongoing support of the Picker Pals Programme for primary school children. As part of this, the Lord Mayor, Alison Gilliland revisited her previous teaching school, Our Lady Immaculate Junior National School in Dublin 17. Using upcycled and fully reusable packaging, Picker Pals provides classrooms with bespoke story […]
Education Health News
Pop-up vaccination clinics will begin over 15 colleges campuses today as thousands of first years enter college for the first time. Speaking today, Minister of State for Skills and Further Education Niall Collins said, “today, thousands of students, many of them first years, are beginning an incredibly exciting chapter of their lives as they return […]
Education News
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris has announced five performance funding awards totalling €5 million to higher education institutions in recognition of their innovative programmes and societal contributions to help create a better society. Each award is valued at €1 million, and they were determined on the basis of
Education News
In January 2022, Trinity College Dublin is delighted to launch a new blended Postgraduate Diploma course in Circular Economy and Recycling Technologies. The programme, funded by the HEA’s Human Capital Initiative, is designed to provide graduates with the priority skills and critical knowledge needed for the circular economy area. For this reason,
Education Health News
There are a number of reasons why some kids may experience bullying. They include everything from characteristics to being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Furthermore, anybody can be a victim of bullying. However, there are certain characteristics that might increase a child’s chances of getting bullied. It’s important to remember that these […]
Education News
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Innovation, Research and Science, Simon Harris, and Minister of State, Niall Collins have welcomed the OECD report, ‘Education at a Glance’ (EAG), which showed that the number of young people in Ireland attending third-level education is significantly above the OECD average. The study found that: Ireland ranked 4th out
Business Education News Technology
Nualang, a Learning Management System (LMS) from Fathom, an innovative software solutions and platforms creator, has released a new, ready-to-use classroom package specifically for grades 6-12 language teachers. Enterprise Ireland proudly supported Nualang in launching the language learning platform within the United States for the 2021-2022 academic year to help fill the