News for Teachers
Gaeloideachas publishes news here regularly, as well as fortnightly email newsletters for naíonraí, primary and post-primary schools. You can register to receive these newsletters below. Keep an eye too on our social media accounts, and share your news with us by emailing email@example.com.
The Department of Education & Skills today invited patrons and prospective patrons to apply to become a patron for any or all six new schools, due to open in 2020, which are being set up to meet the demand from growing populations in parts of Greater Dublin,...read more
It was announced today that a new circular on exemptions from studying Irish will come into effect in schools next month, meaning that: An application for exemption will not be required for pupils in special schools or special classes. A psychological assessment will...read more
We're now taking membership for the upcoming school year! Any school providing Irish-medium education can register as a member of Gaeloideachas. Membership costs €100 per year, with a 50% reduction for new schools and island schools. From September 2019, some of our...read more
Tá ceisteanna maidir le hoideachas speisialta i measc na gceisteanna is minice a chuirtear ar Gaeloideachas – ó thuismitheoirí, foireann na scoileanna agus lucht déanta beartais araon. Tá Gaeloideachas ag díriú ar na ceisteanna seo agus ag forbairt raon leathan...read more
The announcement by the Minister for Education & Skills today that two of the twelve new primary schools due to open in September 2019 will be Irish-medium schools comes as welcome news to Gaeloideachas and the communities of South Dublin (Booterstown and Blackrock)...read more
Gaeloideachas wishes to congratulate Joe Mc Hugh, T.D. on his appointment as Minister for Education and Skills at the weekend, succeeding Richard Bruton, T.D. “Minister Mc Hugh is an energetic and exemplary leader when it comes to the Irish language, he’s shown great...read more