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TIKTOK JOINS INTERNET MATTERS AS PART OF ITS COMMITMENT TO ONLINE SAFETY

5th April 2019
TikTok, the world's leading short-form video platform, is joining Internet Matters, a not-for-profit organisation whose purpose is to empower parents and carers to keep young people safe in the digital... [read more]
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Ireland has been waiting for somewhere like Explorium

4th April 2019
Explorium is a place of discovery; it is a place for everyone, young and old; a place for people who are curious; a place for people who love learning, adventure and are fascinated about the world we live... [read more]
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Clarification on Educate Together’s equality-based ethos

3rd April 2019
Recent media reports that characterise multi-denominational / equality-based schools as schools that do not mark Christmas, St Patrick’s Day and other events are, from Educate Together's perspective,... [read more]
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Music & science brought together to develop music programme for children with Down Syndrome

21st March 2019
The power of music to aid in the development of children with Down Syndrome is being studied in a remarkable research project at University College Cork (UCC). The study brings music together with the... [read more]
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Celebrate Poetry in Schools on Poetry Day Ireland, May 2nd, 2019

5th March 2019
Poetry Day Ireland is a major one-day festival of Irish poetry, presented by Poetry Ireland in partnership with poetry-lovers the length and breadth of the country. In 2019 Poetry Day Ireland will take... [read more]
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Irish Water Safety’s PAWS resource for primary schools

4th March 2019
Irish Water Safety has created a fantastic free educational resource for primary schools called PAWS (Primary Aquatics Water Safety). It’s great news for parents because it outlines life-saving guidelines... [read more]
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Seahorses unbridled at Fota Wildlife Park

14th February 2019
Fota Wildlife Park today announced the arrival of 12 Pot-bellied seahorses, (Hippocampus abdominalis), to the Tropical House at the 100-acre Park. The 12 seahorses came to the iconic Co. Cork visitor attraction... [read more]