An Teach Mór – App Saor Anois!

Teach-mhor-logos 2

The Latest interactive app from Oin Interactive is now available to download for free from the iTunes App store, This Irish Language app allows users to explore an interactive house where they can absorb the sounds and phrases commonly used in everyday Gaeilge life .


An Dáta: 22/01/2014

Tuarascáil Bhliana an Chathaoirligh

        [1]I ndaidh do scoil bheith aitheanta ag an Roinn Oideachais, caithfidh sí critéir inbhuanaitheachta a bhaint amach, i. 3 bliana x 20  dalta [15 dalta i gcás scoil tuaithe] le bheith i dteideal deontas caipitil ón RO. [2]Airgead bheith i dteideal bheith aisíoctha le InaG ag an Roinn Oideachais nuair a […]


An Dáta: 17/12/2013

Irish medium schools welcome children from all linguistic backgrounds

Three Irish language schools bodies in the north and south have pooled their resources to produce information leaflets in range of foreign languages. These leaflets explain to parents who speak five foreign languages benefits that education through Irish can bring to their children. Dr Rama Mathers from Iontaobhas na Gaelscolaochta (The Trust Fund for Irish-medium […]


An Dáta: 10/01/2013

Iontaobhas na Gaelscolaiochta welcomes research into language skills

SNV30231NEW

Simon Doyle, Education Correspondent for the Irish News reports that children immersed in the Irish language at school achieve the same standards of English as pupils in English-medium education.New research published in the south concluded that development of Irish reading skills could be achieved without detriment to English literacy.Academics from NUI Maynooth had assessed children […]


An Dáta: 24/11/2012

Groundbreaking research demonstrates underlying advantages of Irish-medium Education

Recent research carried out by Dr Judith Wylie and Dr Gerry Mulhern from Queen’s University Belfast’s School of Psychology has indicated that there are significant underlying advantages to children who are being educated in Irish-medium Schools.  Aside from the obvious cultural and social benefits of bilingualism, their research shows that there are real cognitive gains […]


An Dáta: 24/10/2012

Launch of the Reconciliation Research Paper in the Canal Court Hotel, Newry

Gaelscolaíocht Éireann organised a pioneering and positive seminar in the Canal Court Hotel, Newry last week. Gaelscolaíocht Éireann is a cross border project of Iontaobhas na Gaelscolaíochta, Comhairle na Gaelscolaíochta in the north and Gaelscoileanna in the south. All of the major Irish language educational organisations throughout the country attended the seminar. On the day, […]


An Dáta: 24/07/2012

Bailíonn Taca £1,200 i bpacáil málaí ar mhaithe lena naíscoileanna ar fud fad an tuaiscirt

Is dócha go bhfuair custaiméirí Sainsburys Bhéal Feirste, gonc nuair a chuaigh siad i mbun siopadóireachta s’acu an Satharn seo a chuaigh thart. Bhí an áit plodaithe le buicéidí agus bailitheoirí TACA agus le geansaithe glas is órga Coláiste Feirste. Bhí idir scór agus scór go leath de Ghaeil Bhéal Feirste i láthair in san […]


An Dáta: 6/05/2012

An tAire Oideachaus TE ag labhairt ag seimineár an Iontaobhais in Ostán Clarion, Atha Cliath

Dia daoibh. Ar dtús, sula dtosaím ar ábhar na hóráide ba mhaith liom buíochas a chur in iúl do Pheadar Ó Cuinneagáin agus don bhfoireann ar fad ag Iontaobhas na Gaelscolaíochta as an imeacht seo a eagrú agus as cuireadh a thabhairt dom chun a bheith anseo inniu.  Is mór an pléisiúr é i gcónaí dom […]


An Dáta: 10/01/2012

Extra funding for Irish language schools

Forl_onadh

BBC WEBSITE 23.03.2010 Extra funding for Irish language schools     Irish language schools which have not qualified for full government funding are being given millions of pounds to improve their buildings. Four schools, said to be in sub-standard accommodation, will share £2m in government funding via an Irish language group. The schools cannot get […]


An Dáta: 2/01/2012

Initial funding from Iontaobhas na Gaelscolaíochta crucial in recognition of more schools

DE Approves Irish-medium Education in Glengormley, Crumlin and Derry The Chief Executive of Iontaobhas na Gaelscolaíochta, Pilib ó Ruanaí, welcomed the Department of Education decision to award grant-aided status to Irish-medium primary schools in Glengormley, Crumlin and Ballymagroarty, Derry. Speaking following the announcement that funding has been approved for the three Irish-medium schools Pilib said: […]


An Dáta: 22/11/2011

Developed by Oin Interactive| Admin