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"This primary school student came to us struggling at maths and was not confident in his abilities. An individualized programme was devised to suit his needs and ability. Working just 10 minutes a day can make all the difference. After 18 months work, this student had progressed from a lower D to an A level grade. His confidence was restored and he was ready to tackle maths concepts that were new to him."
Everyone is capable of learning to swim. The team at Braemor SC have successfully taught the very young to the more senior age groups to swim.
What is awareness? This is such a simple question and yet no one can give an answer.
He is one of the most successful captains Mayo have ever had on the football field, yet he is still only 20 years of age. This time three years ago, Stephen Coen was preparing to lead the Mayo minors out on to Croke Park in the All Ireland minor final against Tyrone, in the 36 months that have passed since then he has captained Mayo to win that minor final, kicked the insurance score in the Sigerson Cup final this year, lined out for his club in an All Ireland final back in Croke Park, and at the end of the spring he captained the Mayo U21s to the All Ireland title in Cork.
They say you never stop learning as you grow and there are number of courses out there that one can avail of to upgrade the CV and enhance job prospects. Even the plain old satisfaction of acquiring new knowledge can be enough to tempt people to participate in a class while meeting new people and friends.
A survey of Irish motorists carried out by tyre manufacturer Continental shows that other drivers’ use of a hand-held mobile phone while behind the wheel is the single most annoying bad habit on the road.
The other most annoying habits that irked respondents included: Overtaking illegally or dangerously (47.7 per cent); driving too slowly (44.1 per cent); not indicating or generally bad lane use (43.2 per cent); and breaking the speed limit (40 per cent).
Here are some small changes to your daily habits that should give you some great results.
GALWEGIANS WHOSE New Year resolutions include learning how to draw, or improving their drawing techniques, should check out the three different classes starting next week in the GTI, Fr Griffin Road.
Times and Pfizer Healthy Town programme, which aims to address common bad habits that can negatively impact health.