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Dublin school wins Erasmus+ Schools Week Award

PRESS RELEASE   1st October 2019Balbriggan Educate Together National School have been announced as the winners of the 2019...

Five Dublin teachers named on Teachers Inspire shortlist.

PRESS RELEASE   Thursday, 19th September 2019Five Dublin teachers named on Teachers Inspire shortlist. DCU announces 20 teachers...

Latest third level access figures show depth of the social divide...

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVP) says the latest figures bring to the fore the level of inequality in our education system,...

Early years staff to hold national work stoppage tomorrow in call...

Childhood Professionals are holding a national day of demonstration tomorrow (Friday, October 27th) – in protest at the lack of Government investment in the...

How hundreds of local teenagers are planning to start their own...

An estimated 22,000 secondary school students from 620 Irish schools, including 750 students from 16 local secondary schools in South Dublin, are learning about...

TUI protest underfunding of Institute of Technology sector at Dail

As part of the Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) campaign against underfunding of the institute of technology sector, a series of lunchtime protests were held...

Teachers from across Tallaght take part in RCSI programme to help...

RCSI hosted a five-day science course for 25 primary school teachers, from all around Ireland, that aims to ignite passion in primary school teachers...

Tallaght teacher attends chemistry workshop

Science teacher Michael O Connor (pictured above) from Tallaght Community School gave a demonstration at the recent SSPC workshop at the University of Limerick.The annual...

New Firhouse School Appoints Principal Ahead of 2018 Opening

Teaching for more than 13 years, Kildare woman Claire Matthews is well prepared for challenges that lie ahead as principal of an emerging secondary...

Urgent appeal issued for Leaving and Junior Cert exam correctors

With the Leaving and Junior Cert exams due to start next week authorities have made an appeal for people to correct them.  An ad on...

Teachers wearing protective gear in class due to assaults by pupils

Teachers speaking yesterday at the final day of the Irish National Teachers Organisation conference in Belfast shared their experiences of violence in the classroom. Conference delegates...

Fairer rules for children with special needs will benefit Tallaght schools

A new fairer system of allocating teachers and extra resources to children with special needs will benefit schools in Tallaght and neighbouring areas according...

New research reveals large extent of homophobic bullying in primary schools

One in two primary school principals in Ireland have dealt with homophobic bullying according to new research carried out by the National Anti-Bullying Research...

Local TD says closed schools biggest lock-out of trade unionists since...

Anti Austerity Alliance TD Paul Murphy has compared the current industrial dispute between the ASTI and the government to the Dublin 1913 Lockout.With secondary...

Schools out as teachers take to the picket line over pay

With some local teachers joining their colleagues nationwide in a day of strike action over equal pay for newly qualified teachers, the head of...

Dublin South West schools receive funding boost

Three schools in Dublin South West will receive funding to carry out vital electrical upgrades and gas works to improve and upgrade school buildings for...
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