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€78,000 for Tipperary childcare facilities – Noel Coonan TD

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberFine Gael Tipperary TD Noel Coonan has welcomed the announcement by Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr James Reilly TD, that €77,883 will be awarded to Tipperary childcare facilities through the 2014 Early Years Capital programme. “In Tipperary, €77,883 has been awarded to community and not-for-profit childcare services that applied for funding under the Early ...

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St Cronan’s NS, Roscrea visit Leinster House

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberPictured is Tipperary TD Noel Coonan with staff and pupils of St Cronan’s NS, Roscrea who visited Leinster House on Wednesday. Deputy Coonan facilitated the tour of Dáil Eireann on a sun-shining day. To view the pictures, click one of the images below. Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp Viber

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The Online Student Grant Application System for 2014/15 is NOW OPEN

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberGrants Online is now open for the 2014/15 academic year. Please read the below information before making your application here. NOTE – CLOSING DATE FOR CURRENT THIRD LEVEL STUDENTS IS JUNE 13thGuidance notes on  for 2014/15 are available for download here.  New Applications You should make a new application to SUSI if you are:entering a new or “add-on” course or changing course, ...

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10 Last Minute Tips for Leaving Cert English Paper 2

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberPaper 2 in English has obviously a lot more work to prepare for than English Paper 1, but it is also the paper that even weaker students with a good work ethic can actually do well on. If you know your texts and can quote from them and give enough points, you will do fine. There ...

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10 Last Minute Tips for English Paper 1 – Leaving Cert

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberYou might think there is very little you can do to prepare for English Paper 1 at this stage, but there is no harm at all in reminding yourself o some of the basic and key points as to how to approach this paper. It is not simple, especially for those who don’t have that natural ...

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Leaving Cert Exam Tips

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberWelcome to the #lcstudytips series for the Leaving Cert. Remember, relax and best of luck. Here are some tips which might help! STUDY TIPS 1. Make a Study Planner; knowing what you’re going to study and when is a great way to keep track of all your subjects as opposed to accidentally spending all your time ...

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Junior Cert Timetable 2014

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberThe Junior Certificate Exams are due to begin this Wednesday, June 4th. For any students or parents who are not sure of any part of the time table, please see the time table below. You can also download a version of the timetable by clicking HERE Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp Viber

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Leaving Cert Timetable 2014

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberThe Leaving Certificate Exams are due to begin this Wednesday, June 4th. For any students or parents who are not sure of any part of the time table, please see the time table below. You can also download a version of the timetable by clicking HERE Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp Viber

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Plans for a new school in Carrick on Suir have hit a stumbling block

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberCarrick Town Council granted permission for the long awaited new Comeragh College last month. The college is presently located on two seperate sites in the town. A lengthy campaign to secure the go-ahead from the Department of Education for a new school on a single stand-alone site finally came to fruition last month when Carrick on ...

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Tipperary schools to benefit from improved broadband

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberNine Tipperary secondary schools are among 65 nationwide set to receive high speed broadband. It’s all part of the Post Primary Schools Project financed by the Communications and Education Departments set up 2 years ago to ensure all schools across the country have internet speeds similar to those in multinational companies. Installation work at the nine ...

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