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When this primary school student enrolled with First Class Learning he was struggling at maths and was not confident in his abilities. An individualised programme was devised to suit his needs and, working for just 10 minutes a day, 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.
This primary school student came to First Class Learning struggling at maths and was not confident in his abilities. An individualised 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.
Building on the success of the inaugural Creative Arts Performance Points scheme in 2014, NUI Galway is to again reward a limited number of students with exceptional achievements in selected disciplines in the creative arts with CAO ‘Performance Points’ for entry into undergraduate courses in the University. This is the only Creative Arts Scholarship Scheme of its kind offered by a university in Ireland.
GPA Solutions is delivering a FETAC Level 6 advanced payroll skills award in Galway. This award is ideal for learners who wish to enhance their existing payroll skills by focusing on areas such as tax implications when calculating pensions, BIK’s illness and maternity benefit, and cycle to work scheme in both a manual and computerised context.
We have moved very far from Newman’s idea of a university - the purpose of which was to present a cultural inheritance of the Western World and to provide the tools whereby graduates could continue their journeys of education.
A two week summer course in Leaving Cert Project Maths (higher level) will take place at Bru na Pairce, Killarney, from July 28 to August 8.
Togra Mhaigh Eo will be running oral Irish classes for Leaving Cert students starting on February 27.
A Leaving Cert revision course for all exam topics, including biology and chemistry, will take place at the TF Royal Theatre in Castlebar on January 7 and 8 next.
Better Grades Grinds School commences evening and weekend classes in Tuam and Castlebar on Saturday September 24 for Junior and Leaving Certificate students. There are a wide variety of classes on offer covering all subjects and levels, including English, Irish and Mathematics, French, Biology and Agri-Science.
After two months of waiting, 3,107 Galway students are waking up this morning contemplating their future path after receiving their Leaving Cert results yesterday. With first round CAO offers not published until Monday, many will be facing a few more anxious days before they learn if they have gained entry into their chosen course. Two Galway students will face no such quandary however, as Ciaran Doyle of Craughwell and Ruth Cormican from Oranmore were among 10 students in the country who achieved eight A1s.