BT Young Scientist & Technology exhibition:   This week, 30 students who competed in this year’s event underwent a four-day mentoring and skills bootcamp at UCD to help them turn their ideas into viable business propositions.   Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

(...)’s Secondary School in Louth. “I feel extremely lucky to have been chosen because it’s really going to give me(...)

23 Griffeen Way, Lucan, Co Dublin:  €279,000, Sherry FitzGerald

(...)’s parish, a catchment area for two nearby well-regarded primary and secondary schools. The three-bed home(...)

Blackrock form a huddle before their supporters. “It’s wrong that we build these competitions up so much that kids end up being so devastated when it doesn’t work out for them.” Photograph: Colm O’Neill/Inpho

(...) secondary to rugby. None of this is good for a 17-year-old in my opinion. At that age, the most important(...)

Minister for Education Jan O’Sullivan: Welcomed the official launch of jct.ie, an online support service for teachers undertaking the new junior cycle framework. Photograph: The Irish Times

The two unions representing secondary teachers have proposed suspending their industrial action(...)

‘For our children to be forced to spend more than 10 per cent of their lessons on Irish is nuts’

(...) spend more than 10 per cent of their lessons at primary and secondary level on Irish – a language many(...)

Snow seen in the dunes of Portrush on Tuesday. Photograph: Alive Surf School. 1:00

(...)” across many secondary routes, with Roscommon, Cavan and Donegal being among the worst affected areas(...)

Model and basketball player, Emer Foley (left), with Katie Dennison and Megan Dempsey at the launch of a new programme “Free Being Me”, empowering girls through improving body confidence. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

(...), hair and facial features from most of the children around her. By first year in secondary school, she(...)

Snow 1:00

(...) needed on all routes on Tuesday morning and said particular care was required on secondary and minor(...)

The road to adulthood: the burden of debt will be carried by our young generation into their adult lives, yet the social transfers to them have declined to a much greater extent than to other groups. Photograph: Bob Scott via Getty Images

(...) education inequality is clear. In Ireland, increased investment in the provision of free secondary(...)

Minister for Education Jan O’Sullivan said she did not think “it is fair on the students if we continue to prevaricate” on the issue of Junior Cert reform. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

(...)’Sullivan “had been more than generous” in allowing adequate time for negotiation.The Association of Secondary(...)