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Jack weaves a spell for Inch NS

Now in first year at St Flannan’s College, Jack Feeney left his old primary school with a nice dividend, when he won €3,000 worth of books in a national spelling bee competition. Jack surprised teachers and pupils when he turned up to personally deliver the consignment of books. The competition, which is run by Eason’s, attracted entrants from 1,000 schools across the country. Each school held their own spelling bee competition, with the winner qualifying for their respective county final, which Jack won in Clare. He followed this by winning the provincial final in Youghal, thereby qualifying for the national decider where he finished third. Inch NS is a four teacher school where Rosemary Corry is principal.

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Clare’s young ‘graduates’ at NUI Galway

Clara Feeney from Inch National School and Seosamh Ryan from Holy Family Senior School, Ennis were among 200 primary school children who were conferred with special certificates from NUI Galway as part of its Youth Academy. The pupils from across the Western region received their certificates, with more than 1000 friends and family attending the ceremony. Established in 2012, the Youth Academy aims to inspire entry to university by introducing children and their families to university life. Since its foundation, almost 800 children have graduated from a variety of courses on Saturday mornings ranging from Italian to Mandarin, Philosophical Discovery, Psychology, Engineering, English Literature, History, Film Studies, Eco-Explorers, Map Adventures and the World in 3D, and Information Technology. The Youth Academy runs for a six week period and works with high ability fourth, fifth and sixth-class primary school children to support their learning and academic development, in partnership with their primary schools. Speaking at the event, President of NUI Galway, …

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