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After months of preparation, note taking, and revision, more than 6,300 Galway students will put pen to paper during the Leaving Certificate, the Leaving Cert Applied and the Junior Certificate exams which began this week.
Why not set yourself a new challenge this year and learn a new skill, be it to increase your job chances or to simply fulfil a dream to converse in a different language or learn how to use a computer.
A six week preparation course in oral Irish for Leaving Cert students is being offered on Mondays, starting Monday January 24, from 5pm to 6pm in Iorras Le Chéile Resource Centre, Main Street, Belmullet.
Of almost 60,000 teenagers across Ireland who received their Leaving Cert results this week, some will be delighted with the results but others may be disappointed and feeling anxious and fearful about the future.
Mayo Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony has extended congratulations to Leaving Cert students who received their results this week. Deputy O’Mahony said it marked a hugely significant time in the lives of so many teenagers and he wished everyone well as they embarked on life after secondary school.
The start of the Junior and Leaving Cert exams this week at last brings into focus what life is really all about — the next generation. Yes, all of us struggling to come through these difficult times being distracted by so many forces along the way — job losses, income reductions, tax levies, welfare cuts, education hikes, bank bail-outs, stock market crashes, foul tempers, and anxious states of mind, etc — are entitled to feel important too but really, our role is merely to lead by example.
GCC will be holding its Further Education Open Day on Wednesday next March 10, from 10am-4pm. In keeping with current trends and demand, the college currently offers 18 full time FETAC Level Five courses in business and media, performance and production, design and technology, social care, sport and horticulture.
At the start of the nineties, with the last chords of ole ole ole croaking from our throats, and the whole world knowing that we were great craic, complete with a copy of The Joshua Tree under our arms, we sat down to see how we could all be taken more seriously across the world. For decades Paddy had been seen as the man with spuds growing in his fingernails, with the next fight just an utterance away. Now that we were universally acclaimed as being great fun to be with, all we needed to join the world was a bitteen of wealth and a bitteen of education — the two things our forefathers had fought for in the GPO.
A three week preparation course for oral Irish Leaving Cert students is being offered on Monday evenings March 2, 9, and 16 from 5pm to 6pm in Iorras Le Chéile Resource Centre, Main Street, Belmullet. Places are limited. Contact Kathleen on 097 81835 or 086 363 7548 for details.
The Ballinrobe No Name Club will hold a Junior Cert results fancy dress, 80s theme disco in the Valkenburg on Friday September 11 from 9.30pm to 12.30am.