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Galway Public Libraries Schools Library Service gets a new look with the help of budding artists

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Galway Schools Library Service has been given a vibrant and cheerful look by illustrator, artist and children’s book author Chris Judge. The project has given the once simple, grey exterior of the mobile library an updated look to inspire wonder and a love of reading, and to reflect the inner world of Galway County’s children.

How to become a psychologist in Ireland

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Psychology is the study of behaviour and mental processes. Psychology is a very popular course choice both at undergraduate and postgraduate level in Ireland. There is a Bachelor of Science in Psychology available at University of Galway, ATU Galway, and TUS Athlone. All of these courses are four year (Level 8) degree courses, offering work placements in a variety of settings in year 3, which will improve any student’s employability.

How to become a psychologist in Ireland

Psychology is the study of behaviour and mental processes. Psychology is a very popular course choice both at undergraduate and postgraduate level in Ireland. There is a Bachelor of Science in Psychology available at University of Galway, ATU Galway, and TUS Athlone. All of these courses are four year (Level 8) degree courses, offering work placements in a variety of settings in year 3, which will improve any student’s employability.

Proud formal occasion for IWA Athlone as Government Minister visits resource centre

It was a proud occasion for representatives from the Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) in Athlone as the Minister for Disabilities, Deputy Anne Rabbitte, accompanied by local Minister of State, Deputy Robert Troy, and local dignitaries visited the Clonbrusk Resource Centre on Monday of this week to view the array of services provided to users.

Rosedale Special School parents seek 'urgent' meeting with Education Minister

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Parents of children at Rosedale Special School have raised concerns that their children will suffer developmental and behavioural regression with schools closed until at least the end of January.

€43,000 to provide sensory facilities and equipment in Castlebar and Ballina libraries

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Michael Ring TD, the Minister for Rural and Community Development, has this week announced funding of €43,896 to provide sensory facilities and equipment in Castlebar and Ballina public libraries.

The SMART solution to your child’s learning needs

Parents of children with learning difficulties are often caught in an unexpected storm of uncertainty over how to identify and intervene regarding meeting their children’s educational requirements.

 

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