The birth of Suas ar Scoil “Visiting the school twice a week and working in these intensive groups has proven to be a huge success, not only improving the capabilities of the students but also their self-confidence with Gaeilge.” “The experiences from working in disadvantaged schools at home and abroad inspired me […]
The event, held on Tuesday in conjunction with the Equality Fund, aimed to provoke participants to reflect on the impact social privilege has across society
The staff and students of the Trinity Access Programmes speak to Trinity News about the importance of the organisation to them and the wider college community
Third year Physiotherapy student Ola Bademosi was the successful candidate
Trinity is disproportionately attended by the privately educated: 35% of a given year against a national average of 7% were privately educated. This is very much in line with trends across the Anglophone world
‘Dilapidated’ TAP classrooms create perception of disadvantaged students ‘coming in through the back door’
Lack of resources leave TAP courses unable to adopt new teaching methodologies, according to Dr. Lisa Keane.
Council meeting also sees heated discussion on the possible reduction in the number of campaigning weeks and hustings.
Gabriel Adewusi has pledged to increase awareness of the Trinity Access Programme.