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50 Bliain ag Fás / 50 Years of Gaelic Games in Primary Schools

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ISBN: 9781900146432
AuthorCrowe, Ciaran
Pub Date01/01/2024
BindingPaperback
CountryIRL
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Quick overview 100s of personal testimonials, 1000s of teachers, 100s of 1000s of pupils … all connected through one organisation, Cumann na mBunscol.
€35.00

Caoga Bliain ag Fás is a story of ‘ordinary’ men and women who did extraordinary things, and the children of Ireland have benefitted as a result. Much more than a chronological account of the growth of an organisation, this book is a celebration of the efforts of thousands of teachers over more than half a century to introduce their pupils to Gaelic games and the joy that their vision has brought to the children in their care.

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Caoga Bliain ag Fás is a story of ‘ordinary’ men and women who did extraordinary things, and the children of Ireland have benefitted as a result. Much more than a chronological account of the growth of an organisation, this book is a celebration of the efforts of thousands of teachers over more than half a century to introduce their pupils to Gaelic games and the joy that their vision has brought to the children in their care.

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