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hree-week break from action after the French government called a halt to its teams playing in the European Cup.
Connacht Rugby concluded the 2019/20 season having achieved their primary ambition to retain Champions Cup status.
Connacht return to the Aviva for their final PRO14 fixture of the 2019/20 season when they face Munster on Sunday (3pm).
Children who are good at maths at the age of nine (third class) are more likely to be more confident going into secondary school. This is the finding of research (Growing Up in Ireland) from the ESRI. Having good maths skills in third class is a critical factor in helping with the transition to secondary level. One of the key findings was that students who disliked maths at primary level were also more likely to find maths difficult after the transition to second level. It is evident that fostering foundational skills in maths at primary level was crucial to a later positive engagement with the subject.
A common problem for school-going children is getting to grips with mathematics. If students start to feel they are falling behind it is not too long before this can turn into a snowballing problem that becomes maths anxiety.
Is your child’s maths performance below par? Is it affecting his/her confidence and outlook? Is your child just a little bit at sea, or is maths a total minefield? As the school year draws to a close, is it time to put a schedule in place for September? And what about maths and the summer slide?
At a moving event in Eachléim community hall last week members of the community were surprised and emotional when they were honoured by members of the Coast Guard for their outstanding contribution supporting the search and rescue efforts for the crew of Rescue Helicopter 116 in March 2017 in which four crew members lost their lives.
Is your child’s maths performance below par? Is it affecting her confidence and outlook? Is he a little at sea, or is maths a total minefield?
FCL Galway is extending its Junior Certificate maths tuition with a new Thursday evening class, with limited places available. Students are tutored on an individual basis with initial and ongoing assessments. Problem areas are targeted and because students are tutored individually, they feel comfortable asking questions and are encouraged to highlight specific difficulties they may be having. Past exam questions are covered and students are given tailored homework to do each week.
FCL Galway is extending its Junior Certificate maths tuition with a new Thursday evening class, with limited places available.