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first_imgThere was confirmation this morning (Fri) that two new Special Education Needs Classrooms have been sanctioned in Dungloe.Donegal TD Pat the Cope Gallagher welcomed confirmation from the Department for Education that Scoil Chroine, Dungloe has been approved for two new classrooms.“The additional accommodation is urgently required at the school, as they strive to augment their already excellent disability and special needs facilities at the school. This facility is to cover the area from Ardara to Cloughaneely, so in effect it has a much larger catchment, which adds to the importance of this decision to provide for extra capacity at the School,” Deputy Gallagher said. It is understood that the two new classrooms and ancillary facilities will help in providing for the extra capacity requirement at the school.“It is essential that every assistance and opportunity is provided for schools such as Scoil Chroine, in order that a fully integrated educational system within our communities can be provided for all the children regardless of circumstance.“The Board of Management, Principal and Staff have played a key role in firstly applying for the extra accommodation and in securing the permission to proceed with the project. I wish to compliment the proactive and energetic approach of the school authorities in delivering for the school and in the disability sector,” added Pat the Cope.“I would urge the Department to use the format of the devolved system, which would in effect give the go-ahead to the school authorities to proceed with the project and to secure the necessary permissions, design teams and bring the project to construction stage. “In the meantime, I will maintain pressure on the Department to ensure that the project runs seamlessly, and no further time is lost in bringing this project to finality,” concluded Pat the Cope.Two new additional Special Educational Needs classrooms approved in Dungloe was last modified: November 15th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_img27 July 2010 It has been many years since her teaching days, but Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga returned to the front of the class on Monday to give teachers at the Winnie Ngwekazi Primary school in Soweto tips on how it should be done. English text book in one hand and chalk in the other, Motshekga spent more than two hours reading with grade 3 students. She then explained the content of the story, greatly amusing the kids by referring to them as “angel” and “baby boy” or “baby girl” when answering their questions. “You must read loud and with confidence, like the presenters on TV,” Motshekga told the children. After reading, it was time for a spelling lesson. “Take out your pen, write today’s date and – no cheating,” she warned. The students did not disappoint, spelling most of the words correctly. The minister, who visited the school as part of activities to mark Mandela Month, encouraged the kiods to read a book at least once a week. “If you see a book or newspaper, read it, and if there is a word you don’t understand, go to your dictionary and check its meaning, and you’ll become clever kids. “The secret to success is through reading, and if you pass well, we’ve got a government who will pay for your [university] fees and you can be what you want to be,” Motshekga said. School principal Pumla Mabilo said they were impressed with Motshekga’s teaching skills. “We are humbled by her visit and have picked up on her teaching skills and will implement them, as our aim is to remain the school of excellence,” Mabilo said. Grade 4 science teacher Bheki Radebe said the minister’s visit showed the school that she cared and had encouraged the teachers to do their best. “Challenges are always there in schools, but we deal with them; if you know your story, you don’t panic when the minister comes to your school,” Radebe said. Motshekga acknowledged the teachers, saying they had maintained a high standard of learning in the school. “I’m so impressed. There’s order in the school, the kids are very bright and the school is very clean. I’m also impressed with the school’s Life Orientation Programme, which is very important to help them to work through their difficulties,” she said. Source: BuaNewslast_img read more

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