GALWAY and Roscommon ETB has launched its Strategy Statement for 2022-2026. It sets out the ETB’s mission over the next five years to ‘provide, develop and support education, training and youth services which empower people to reach their potential and to contribute to society’. GRETB Board members and staff are pictured at the launch of GRETB’s 2022-2026 Strategy Statement recently. Back: Daniel Cronin, Brenda Gaughan, Director of OSD, GRETB, Cllr, Noel Larkin, Cllr. Peter Roche, Cllr. John Cummins, Cllr. Kathleen Shanagher, Mary Mullarkey, Cllr. Mary Hoade, Tomás Ó Nidh, Bernadette Costello. Front: Cllr. Karey McHugh Farag, Cllr. Terry O’Flaherty, David Leahy, Chief Executive, GRETB, Cllr. Michael Maher, Chairperson GRETB, Jean Beswick- Duignan, Cllr. Thomas Welby, Sinéad Morgan, Director of FET, GRETB. Photo: Mike Shaughnessy

Deadline for new Tuam campus is 72 months

Campus will have two patrons, the Tuam Archdiocese and Tuam Educate Together

THE new single campus project in Tuam, which will incorporate Trinity Primary School and Tuam Educate Together, has been given a 72-month deadline for completion, it was revealed last week at a meeting of the Galway Roscommon Education and Training Board (GRETB).

Director of Organisation Support and Development for the GRETB, Brenda Gaughan described the venture as a “highly complex project” and told the meeting that the development is currently at the stage where it’s going to tender for a consultant to oversee the works.

The GRETB has been appointed by the Department of Education as the project managers for the school, which is expected to eventually cater for more than 900 students on the Dublin Road site upon completion…

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