400 students participated in Model United Nations Conference in Cork’s City Hall hosted by Davis College Mallow

Students to debated Russian Invasion of Ukraine and Criminalisation of LGBTQIOA hate speech and homophobia in UN amongst other pressing global issues 400 students descended on Cork’s City Hall to thrash out and discuss some of the biggest social, political and economic issues facing Ireland, Europe and the World as the country’s largest Model United…

Taoiseach praises Cork Education and Training Board’s resilience at launch of ‘important and high-quality’ strategic plan for 2022- 2026

An Taoiseach Micheál Martin, T.D. said Cork Education and Training Board have established themselves as “deeply rooted members of the community in Cork” and paid tribute to their “adaptability, resilience and commitment to supporting learners” as he launched their new Strategy Statement for 2022-2026 and Learner Showcase on Friday morning. The strategy statement outlines and…

Go h-iontach ar fad! Minister Foley sanctions Irish Unit (Aonad Lán Ghaeilge) for Gaelcholáiste Mhic Shuibhne at Terence MacSwiney Community College

Minister for Education, Norma Foley, T.D. today announced the official sanctioning of an Aonad Lán Ghaeilge (Irish Unit) at Gaelcholaiste Mhic Shuibhne, Terence MacSwiney Community College, Hollyhill, a Cork Education and Training Board school. An Aonad Lán-Ghaeilge (Irish-medium Unit) is a linguistic unit in which students are immersed in Irish from the beginning to the…

Athrú Collective and Music Generation Cork City release ‘Believe In Yourself’, a neo soul inspired message of hope

‘Believe In Yourself’ was created remotely over the past few months of lockdown by Athrú Collective, a group of musicians, producers and writers from Cork City, in collaboration with young musicians from a number of Music Generation Cork City programmes. Athrú Collective was founded in the early months of 2020 when core members Cillian McSweeney,…