This summer, Junior and Leaving Cert students from Cabra and Finglas, took a trip to Bull Island to learn about the history of the island and the plants, animals and insects that live there. Bull Island is an area of conservation because of it’s Biodiversity.
A Study Skills Handbook for Carpenters and Joiners is now available for the first time. The resource is designed for apprentice carpenters and joiners completing Phase 2 of their apprenticeship.
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Students from Jan, Rose and Gemma’s classes headed to Trinity College to explore the campus, the Book of Kells and the atmospheric Dining Hall. A wonderful day despite the rain!
Over 200 people attended the initial screening of a documentary about The Forever Young Chorus Finglas in the Lighthouse Cinema in Smithfield on Monday 3rd December.
Over 200 adult students from the Finglas and Cabra Adult Education Service ranging in age from 18-90 took part in this celebration of the work of community art and craft groups funded and delivered by the CDETB Adult Education Service.
More creative writing competition winners! We had award winners in both DCU and the Sports and Cultural Council (SCC) Creative Writing Competitions.
‘Cúpla Focail’, the CDETB Adult Education Service Irish booklet was launched in Finglas as part of Seachtain na Gaeilge and of the wider celebration of Bliain na Gaeilge.
Rowena shows how her education was giving a reboot in the CDETB Adult Education Centre in Finglas. Rowena went on to complete a BA in Humanities. Rowena is now a learning ambassador for Aontas, the Adult Education Learning organisation.
What is the Forever Young Chorus Finglas ? The Forever Young Chorus Finglas is group of senior citizens from Finglas who perform hits made famous by bands such as Blondie, Coldplay, The Kinks, Abba, Bob Dylan, The Talking Heads, etc The Forever Young Chorus is conducted by their Music Director Paddy[…]