Gaelscoil Philib Barún

Trácht ar Taispeántas sa News and Star|News & Star features Coast Guard Exhibition

Tá News an Star Phort Lairge tar éis dhá leathnach dá forlíonadh Trá Mhór a thabhairt do sheoladh oifigiul taispeántas na Gaelscoile ag Stáisiún an Gharda Cósta. Níl an t-alt iomlan ar fáil fos ar an leagan ar line den nuachtán ach tá sé ar fáil ar Nuacht na Trá Móire ar a suíomh gréasáin an tseachtain seo (19 Bealtaine, 2009). The Waterford News & Star has kindly dedicated two full pages of its Tramore supplement for Summer 2009 to the

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Last Word on Prefabs

The issue of prefabs in Primary Schools and how money is being wasted on renting them was discussed on The Last Word with Matt Cooper on Thursday, 4th May 2009. The point was made by Tomás Sharkey (Sinn Féin) that, at a time when so many construction companies are going out of business, we still have a shameful amount of schools in the country operating out of rented prefabs, costing the tax payer hundres of thousands of euros both in

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Coast Guard Exhibition Launch

Gaelscoil Philib Barún Exhibition Opening at Tramore’s Coast Guard Station An exhibition of work by the children of Gaelscoil Philib Barún was officially opened last Thursday at the Coast Guard Station on Love Lane, Tramore. The display will run until Thursday 4th June, admission is free and all are welcome. The work includes the history of the school, since it first opened twenty four years ago in Tramore House, through its time in the old Stella Maris building, up to

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Gaelscoil Exhibition for Tramore’s Coast Guard Station

The work of the children of the Gaelscoil Philib Barún will be on display in the Coast Guard Station from Monday 4th May, until early June. Admission is free and all are welcome to visit the exhibition. The work represents the children’s vision for their future school and includes writing, posters, collages and 3D models. The Gaelscoil was established in Tramore in 1985 when a total of 29 children were enrolled. The school has since grown to over 200 pupils

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New Gaelscoil Will Embody Sustainable Design Principles

At a well attended meeting of parents and public representatives at the Grand Hotel Tramore, on Thursday last the 26th of February, plans to develop a new Gaelscoil at Crobally Upper were outlined by Fintan Duffy and Harry Bent of dhb Architects, Broad St. Waterford. Efforts by the Board of Management to engage with the Department of Education and Science to progress a building project have been frustrated by bureaucratic delay and has led to a unique initiative by the

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New Website Launched

The official launch of the new website for Gaelscoil Philib Barún will take place at Tramore Coast Guard Station on Thursday, May 7th 2009 at 3:30pm. The website launch will coincide with the official launch of an exhibition to showcase the results of the New School Design Competition organised by the school. The goals of this website are to: Serve as a valuable online resource for those connected with the school, providing useful information to pupils, parents and staff alike

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