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Music Generation Chill Chainnigh réidh le mol ceoil iarscoile nua a sheoladh i ndeisceart Chill Chainnigh

Music enthusiasts and young talents in south Kilkenny are in for a treat as an after-school music hub is set to launch in October with Music Generation Kilkenny, in partnership with Coláiste Cois Siúire, Mooncoin.   The initiative aims to provide a dynamic platform for local youth to immerse themselves in the world of music,… Lean ar aghaidh ag léamh Music Generation Kilkenny to launch new after-school hub in south Kilkenny

Ócáid cheiliúrtha ag a mbronntar gradaim ar 160 dalta ó Choláiste Breisoideachais Urumhan

Ormonde College of Further Education graduation night. Pictured are Emma Freaney, Callan, Ide Purcell Kilkenny city, Kirsten Gannet Kilkenny, Rachel Maher, Thurles and Sinead Bolger Kilkenny who graduated in Childcare. Photograph: Patrick Browne

(Mon. 18th September, 2023) – Ormonde College of Further Education held its annual conferring ceremony in Kilkenny city at the weekend at which 160 graduates across 23 separate programmes of study were conferred with their awards in areas such as animal care, equestrian studies, beauty therapy, hairdressing, community care, nursing studies, applied psychology, youthwork and… Lean ar aghaidh ag léamh Celebrations as 160 Ormonde College of Further Education students are conferred

Comhoibriú idir BOOCCC agus Cartoon Saloon sa tionscnamh foghlama teaghlaigh Leabhar Amháin, Scannán Amháin do Chách

Helen Walsh, Regional Literacy Co-ordinator, KCETB with some of the materials for the One Book One Film family learning initiative

(Thurs. 14 September, 2023)  – The Adult Literacy Service offered through Kilkenny and Carlow Education and Training Board (KCETB) is collaborating with the multi Oscar-nominated animation studios Cartoon Saloon on an engaging intergenerational family learning project launching next week entitled One Book One Film For All.   The aim of the initiative, conceived by KCETB’s… Lean ar aghaidh ag léamh KCETB collaborates with Cartoon Saloon in One Book One Film For All family learning initiative

Gradam Dalta na Bliana BOOCCC 2023

Pictured at a special ceremony in Kilkenny Ormonde Hotel of the KCETB Student of the Year 2023 awards is one of the awardees Ciara Corcoran from Coláiste Cois Siúire with KCETB Director of Schools Dr Pauline Egan, KCETB Chairperson, Cllr Fergal Browne, KCETB Chief Executive Eileen Curtis. Now in its tenth year, KCETB's Student of the Year Award recognises personal and academic achievement and is awarded to the student in each of its 13 post-primary schools who has contributed the most during their time in secondary education. Each student received a specially commissioned solid silver medal engraved with their name, the award title and the name of their school and a printed citation from their principal outlining the student's achievements and contribution during their school journey. As well as being awarded Student of the Year, Ciara is also the recipient, from Coláiste Cois Siúire , of the inaugural Vicky Phelan Scholarship to assist her with her third-level studies . Photograph: Patrick Browne

(Mon. 11 September, 2023) – Thirteen “future leaders” who have each made a difference to their school community have been awarded Student of the Year 2023 for their respective post-primary schools in counties Kilkenny and Carlow.   The ceremony, which took place in Kilkenny Ormonde Hotel at the weekend, was organised by Kilkenny and Carlow… Lean ar aghaidh ag léamh KCETB Student of the Year Awards 2023

Is é Aimsigh do Dhaoine an aintiún buaiteach a dhéanann ionadaíocht ar 340,000 foghlaimeoir BOO

18/8/23 ***NO REPRO FEE*** Finding their Voice Ten learners from Cork ETB’s National Learning Network today followed in the footsteps of U2 and The Rolling Stones by recording their own song – Find Your People - at the iconic Windmill Lane studios in advance of its formal adoption as the anthem of more than 340,000 learners across Ireland’s 16 Education and Training Boards (ETBs).Riverdance composer Bill Whelan, rapper/songwriter MuRli, and musician/composer Ellen Cranitch were the prestigious judges of the ETBI Anthem Competition held to mark the 10th anniversary of the establishment of Education & Training Boards.Education & Training Boards Ireland invitedlearners and participants in all ETB schools, colleges and programmes around the country to compose an anthem to celebrate the work and core values of the largest state providers of education and training. The initiative was run in partnership with Music Generation, Ireland’s national music education programme that gives children and young people access to high-quality performance music education.Despite autistic, mental health and learning challenges, the composers (aged 16-33yrs) worked collectively to create an uplifting anthem that captures the essence of empowerment, inclusivity and lifelong learning within education and training boards. The winners will premiere their anthem on the 28 September 2023 in Cork City Hall in front of the 16 ETBs before its release as part of a nationwide campaign to promote the services of ETBs. Pictured at today’s recording at Windmill Lane are Kane, Chantelle, Praise and Shane. Pic: Marc O'Sullivan

KCETB would like to congratulate Cork ETB’s National Learning Network on winning the ETB Anthem Competition.   The winning anthem, Find Your People, was written by ten ETB learners aged 16-33 years on the Skills for Life programme at National Learning Network Hollyhill, funded through Cork ETB. NLN Hollyhill provides a range of training, support… Lean ar aghaidh ag léamh Find Your People is winning anthem to represent 340,000 ETB learners

Déanann Seirbhís Teanga d’Aosaigh Chill Chainnigh cineál ar fhoghlaim an teaghlaigh

Something’s cooking in St. John’s Parish, Kilkenny thanks to a wonderful initiative undertaken by Kilkenny Adult Learning Service and the parents of St. John’s Junior and Senior Schools – the creation and publication of a school cookbook that has just been launched.   The parents of St John’s have been meeting every Friday to work… Lean ar aghaidh ag léamh Kilkenny Adult Learning Service cooks up a treat for family learning

Scoláireachtaí buaite ag beirt cheoltóirí cumasacha ó Generation Ceatharlach chun dul chuig campa ceoil i SAM

(Wed. 21 June, 2023) – Two talented young Music Generation Carlow musicians have been given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to represent Ireland at the renowned International Music Camp in the US.   Kate O’Brien (17yrs), from Carlow town, and Eamonn O’Connor (15yrs), from Tullow, will travel to North Dakota on 25 June to participate in the… Lean ar aghaidh ag léamh Talented Music Generation Carlow musicians win scholarships to US music camp

Nuachtlitir Bhliantúil BOOCCC 2023

(Wed. 14 June, 2023) – KCETB has published its Annual Newsletter 2023 that documents a busy year of activities across its schools, centres and offices.   The newsletter reflects a busy calendar packed with sporting fixtures,  concerts, plays, awards ceremonies, open days, and learner events among the many initiatives that contributed to a packed 12… Lean ar aghaidh ag léamh KCETB Annual Newsletter 2023 published

Ceol san aer le Music Generation Cill Chainnigh

Pictured are Music Generation Kilkenny musicians at "Sounds of Summer" at Butler House Garden. Also pictured from left: Sinead Blanchfield, Music Generation Kilkenny Development Officer; Cathaoirleach Kilkenny Co Co, Cllr Pat Fitzpatrick and Kilkenny Civic Trust Ciaran Conroy.

(Mon. 19 June, 2023) – Music was in the air around Kilkenny city for the last two weekends as Music Generation Kilkenny hosted a number of workshops and events as part of its 2023 summer programme.   A free musical event, Sounds of Summer, was held in Butler House Garden in partnership with Kilkenny Civic… Lean ar aghaidh ag léamh Music is in the air with Music Generation Kilkenny

Bronntar gradaim acadúla agus pearsanta ar fhoghlaimeoirí Ógtheagmháil Chill Chainnigh

Kilkenny Youthreach Awards at Butler House Gardens, Kilkenny city.

(Mon. 12 June, 2023) – Kilkenny Youthreach held its end-of-year ceremony last week in the gardens of Butler House that provided an idyllic backdrop to a poignant event that saw learners received academic, volunteering and personal achievement awards.   Kilkenny Youthreach is a full-time education programme that gives a second chance to early school leavers aged… Lean ar aghaidh ag léamh Kilkenny Youthreach learners receive academic and personal achievement awards

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