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Tips to keep your children safe online

When it comes to keeping children safe on social media, the obvious things that can come to mind may be things such as making sure your child doesn’t give their address or location to strangers, making sure there are filters on their phones so they cannot access explicit content. But really, keeping children safe involves so much more than that ...

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What you should do if you suspect your child is being bullied in school

Andrea Mara Parents can feel helpless if they suspect their child is being bullied. Andrea Mara talks to experts about how it should be handled. Bullying often starts with a snide comment or exclusion from group activities before building up to more intimidating behaviour ...

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Transport Applications for 2017 18

Bus Éireann’s on-line application system for school transport is now open for the 2017/18 school year ...

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Teachers wearing protective gear in class due to assaults by pupils

Teachers speaking yesterday at the final day of the Irish National Teachers Organisation conference in Belfast shared their experiences of violence in the classroom. Conference delegates heard from school teachers who are wearing hats, shields and shinguards in school to protect themselves from attacks which are often due to challenging behaviour ...

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Bag bargain communion outfits from just EUR 11.99 at Penneys Lidl and other Irish stores

Last year, parents spent over €836 on average on their children's big day. Hallelujah! Cash-strapped parents can rejoice as Communion outfits are now available from just €11.99. It’s that time of the year again where thousands of Irish Catholic children are gearing up for their first Holy Communion. And with outfits alone costing up to €400 it can be a very stressful time for parents. To help keep costs down we’ve rounded up some of the best budget Communion outfits for 2017.1 ...

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Government urged to review requirements for special needs assistants

Conference hears how assistants are paying for their own upskilling to provide care for students with complex medical needs Impact trade union members have called on the Department of Education to carry out a full review of the entry level requirements for special needs assistants (SNAs), as the current requirements fail to reflect the work being done by 15,000 SNAs to support children with complex and diverse medical needs ...

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