Clare Youth Service is offering a new Transition to 1st Year programme for 6th Class pupils in Shannon and Ennis which aims to address many of the concerns and issues experienced by those making the move to secondary school.
50 Final Year Learners from Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board’s Youthreach provision in County Clare last week took the latest step on their career progression at the annual ‘Moving On’ seminar, held online this year due to current restrictions.
Clare Youth Service has been adding new ways to engage and work with young people over the past year and now, in conjunction with the Creative Youth Partnership, is offering online Make-up courses for young people aged 15-17.
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