The European Commission launches the ‘ImagineEU’ competition for secondary schools

In this school year, pupils in Ireland are invited to share their ideas about how to make Europe an (even) better place to live, with the chance of winning a study trip to Brussels! The competition complements the release of the toolkit “EU Democracy in Action’- Have your say with the European Citizens’ Initiative” that teachers can use to familiarise […]

St. Joseph’s College welcome Darcy Cleary Insurance Award Sponsorship for Leaving Cert Student

The Business/Accounting Department at St. Joseph’s College are delighted to have Darcy Cleary Insurance come on Board to Sponsor an Award for the 22/23 Leaving Cert Student who goes on to pursue a Business related Third level course. This is a wonderful opportunity for our students and we are very grateful to Darcy Cleary Insurance.

Over 67,100 candidates receive Junior Cycle results today 23 November

The State Examinations Commission (SEC) congratulates the candidates who sat the Junior Cycle examination  in 2022 and whose results issued today. Individual Statements of Provisional Examination Results have been  posted so as to arrive in schools this morning. Schools will also receive a report for the school showing the  results for each candidate. Any candidate […]

GIY launch the ‘GROW At School’ Food Education programme in Tipperary

This week 132 schools across the country head outside to plant the first crops from their garden kit as part of the GROW at School programme, an initiative bringing food education and outdoor learning Earlier this year GIY launched a €3.2m fund to support GROW At School, with an ambition to see every primary school […]

MIC & INTO launch Ashling Murphy Scholarship

Mary Immaculate College (MIC) and the Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) have today launched an entrance scholarship in memory of Ashling Murphy. The Ashling Murphy Scholarship was launched at the INTO Education Conference at the Tullamore Court Hotel this afternoon. Ashling graduated as a primary teacher from Mary Immaculate College just three months before she […]

Commencement of Leaving Certificate Examinations 2021 – Wednesday 9 June 2021

Some, 61,500 candidates are entered for the 2021 Leaving Certificate which comprises both examinations and Accredited Grades.  Candidates have been able to opt to sit their examinations, to receive Accredited Grades, or both on a subject-by-subject basis.  Candidates finalised their choices through the Candidate Self Service Portal in early May.  In total, 58,342 candidates are […]

October 1st 2021 announced as the “establishment” day date of TUS: Midlands Midwest

October 1, 2021 has been announced as the first day of the Technological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest. From the first day in October, Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) and Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) will cease to exist, and more than 15,000 students and 1,200 staff across the Midlands and Midwest will be […]

Tipperary students take on local and international issues at the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2021

– Project titles heavily influenced by healthcare and Covid-19 – 550 finalists for the 2021 Exhibition announced – 213 schools spanning 29 counties will represent their community at the BTYSTE – Project titles show increasing awareness of major social issues such as mental health, gender studies and diversity Thirty-six projects from thirteen schools across Tipperary have qualified […]

Big Success For Tipperary Business At National Student Enterprise Final

Students from The Christian Brothers Secondary School in Thurles were awarded top honours by winning the Senior category award at the Student Enterprise Programme National Finals in Croke Park this week, organised by the Local Enterprise Office Network (LEOs) for secondary schools, innovative product with their magnetic hose holder aimed specifically at parlour hoses for […]

Impact of School Closures on Examination Activities #Covid19 #CoronaVirus

As a result of the current closure of all schools in the State, the impact on the state examination activities scheduled at this time and in the near future has been considered by the State Examinations Commission (SEC) in conjunction with the Department of Education and Skills. Consequently, the SEC is confirming… • The cancellation […]

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