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General discussion / Re: Whoís Been Cancelled??
« on: February 25, 2021, 10:39:14 PM »

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GAA Discussion / Re: Paddy Heaney of the irish news!
« on: February 17, 2021, 12:26:32 AM »
Retired again

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Croke Park pulling the funding for Casement and all other infrastructure projects for short to medium term due to Covid impact on income !

Says the exact opposite here

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/gaelic-games/56083552

In its financial report for the year ending 31 October, the cost of a lack of gate receipts is laid bare with the GAA now 27.1m euros in debt.

When the deficit at provincial and county level is factored in that figure rises to 34.1m.

The GAA confirmed the losses will not impact on the redevelopment of Casement Park with funding of 15m already ringfenced for the project.

The GAA reported a loss in revenue of 68m euros due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Saw that there now too, the GAA said funding was ring fenced but who knows what way it will go

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Croke Park pulling the funding for Casement and all other infrastructure projects for short to medium term due to Covid impact on income !

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GAA Discussion / Re: GAA Premises Insurance
« on: February 16, 2021, 01:08:05 PM »
Do you mean PubLic Liability Insurance? It depends on your facilities. Licenced premises will cost a fortune as opposed to a pitch / changing rooms

Do GAA clubs pay HQ amount for their insurance? So is there anyway of roughly knowing how much it would cost a club with 1 pitch and small changing rooms compared to a club with 2 pitches - massive changing rooms/hall and social club license?

Option 1  approx. £1700   
Option 2 approx £ 12500

Depending on number of claims etc

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: February 15, 2021, 09:19:55 PM »
What's the story with the Gaa pulling the loss of earnings insurance? First time since 1926.
Players not covered for upcoming season, will require their own insurance, be harder to get people to pay membership

No gate receipts from National leagues, which covered the difference between PI scheme and club contributions!

Insurance seems to be a rip-off, in all facets of Irish society.

Self- employed are hardest hit in this set up

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: February 15, 2021, 07:01:03 PM »
What's the story with the Gaa pulling the loss of earnings insurance? First time since 1926.
Players not covered for upcoming season, will require their own insurance, be harder to get people to pay membership

No gate receipts from National leagues, which covered the difference between PI scheme and club contributions!

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General discussion / Re: Career Change
« on: February 15, 2021, 06:35:57 PM »
Try teaching.  According to this board, it is really easy.

Sure i'm doing that now as well a my own job.  :D

What resources and detailed plans did you use, did you differentiate the learning for the different ability groups in front of you . Did you find the NI curricilum difficult to interpret , did you live a broad balanced curriculum ...be delighted to hear how you managed all that by yourself

Do teachers actually use a curriculum?

That's a serious question.

CCEA website gives a brief outline

Yeah, but do teachers actually use it?

I think,  it would be compulsory to follow the curriculum, or the boul' inspectors / parents  would be knocking down the doors to get in

Sure can you not tie anything into the curriculum?
You still have a core curriculum in ps and a syaballus to follow in post primary

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General discussion / Re: Career Change
« on: February 15, 2021, 03:51:27 PM »
Try teaching.  According to this board, it is really easy.

Sure i'm doing that now as well a my own job.  :D

What resources and detailed plans did you use, did you differentiate the learning for the different ability groups in front of you . Did you find the NI curricilum difficult to interpret , did you live a broad balanced curriculum ...be delighted to hear how you managed all that by yourself

Do teachers actually use a curriculum?

That's a serious question.

CCEA website gives a brief outline

Yeah, but do teachers actually use it?

I think,  it would be compulsory to follow the curriculum, or the boul' inspectors / parents  would be knocking down the doors to get in

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General discussion / Re: Career Change
« on: February 15, 2021, 03:49:55 PM »
Try teaching.  According to this board, it is really easy.

Sure i'm doing that now as well a my own job.  :D

What resources and detailed plans did you use, did you differentiate the learning for the different ability groups in front of you . Did you find the NI curricilum difficult to interpret , did you live a broad balanced curriculum ...be delighted to hear how you managed all that by yourself

Jaysus your some craic

Didn't see the smiley face, boss

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General discussion / Re: Career Change
« on: February 15, 2021, 01:37:41 PM »
Try teaching.  According to this board, it is really easy.

Sure i'm doing that now as well a my own job.  :D

What resources and detailed plans did you use, did you differentiate the learning for the different ability groups in front of you . Did you find the NI curricilum difficult to interpret , did you live a broad balanced curriculum ...be delighted to hear how you managed all that by yourself

Do teachers actually use a curriculum?

That's a serious question.

CCEA website gives a brief outline

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General discussion / Re: Career Change
« on: February 15, 2021, 01:21:32 PM »
Try teaching.  According to this board, it is really easy.

Sure i'm doing that now as well a my own job.  :D

What resources and detailed plans did you use, did you differentiate the learning for the different ability groups in front of you . Did you find the NI curricilum difficult to interpret , did you live a broad balanced curriculum ...be delighted to hear how you managed all that by yourself

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: February 15, 2021, 11:38:31 AM »


What's the reason for 2 managers?

Its a mystery. Money would be better spent on 2 coaches. Also they have a project manager?!
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They do work with schools but also manage other aspects,  working with clubs, safeguarding courses, coach education etc.
One hurling / one football line managers - would be more apt role with the project manager on top.line !

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General discussion / Re: Premier League 20/21
« on: February 13, 2021, 12:56:37 PM »

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General discussion / Re: Teachers get it handy!
« on: February 13, 2021, 10:09:11 AM »

Teachers have really let themselves down during this whole pandemic. Where every other essential service from the HSE right through to the guys stacking shelves in a supermarket have stood up and been counted the teachers have tried every trick in the book to do anything but work.
There once was a time  when teachers were respected and being a teacher was a vocation, now itís obvious itís just a job to them and they donít give a feck about their students.
Now they talk about planned  school holidays in the middle of a pandemic 😂.
Sure never mind the fact everyone else is doing their part the poor teachers need a rest!
This whole mess with the Leaving Cert students is a disgrace also, but hey thats Teachers for you 🙄

I'm sorry  :(

Iíd say it but some clown wouldnít get it and go off on one.

Use of the broad brush technique is quite normal !

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