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News from ceist 20 December 2015
CEIST is the new trustee body for the voluntary secondary schools of the Daughters of Charity, the Presentation Sisters, the Sisters of the Christian Retreat, the Sisters of Mercy and the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart.
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Beannachtaí na Nollag

We are very grateful to the Boards of Management, School Principals and Staffs of all our schools for all the great work you do and for your support and encouragement throughout the past year, which is very much appreciated by all in CEIST. 

The CEIST Team would like to wish all in the CEIST community a very happy, peaceful and blessed Christmas and our best wishes for the New Year.

Our Lady's College Galway - Principal Post

Our Lady's College Galway is a new CEIST school that is opening on the 1st September, 2016. Our Lady's College is an amalgamation of Meán Scoil Mhuire, Newtownsmith and Presentation Secondary School, Galway. 

The interim Board of Management of Our Lady's College are inviting appliations for the post of Principal, click here for information on how to apply. 

ACE-Ireland Haiti Initiative

The University of Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education [ACE] Ireland, in collaboration with ACE Haiti, is seeking two candidates with an expertise in education, an interest in international development and desire to support Catholic Schools in Haiti from July 1st to August 6th, 2016.

The successful candidates will engage in direct service and project co-ordination related to education policy and international development.

Click here to download application form and for further information. 

Young Social Innovators

2016 will see more young people than ever before collaborating on innovative projects through Young Social Innovators to address social issues affecting them and their communities.

Click here to view the latest newsletter from Young Social Innovators. 

LearnStorm 2016

The eagerly anticipated All-Ireland maths challenge that has taken the country by storm in the past two years is back, with a prize fund of €20,000 for students and schools.

Originally called MATHletes, the challenge was started in 2014 by technology entrepreneur Sean O’Sullivan and Khan Academy.

The goal was to increase students’ competence and confidence in maths, and to date, over 500 teachers throughout Ireland have participated, helping over 13,000 primary and secondary students throughout Ireland complete 4 million extra minutes of learning maths skills.

Click here to register and for further information. 

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