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Almost 300 Junior Cert students from six local secondary schools descended on Buccaneers’ clubhouse last Wednesday night, September 14, for an alcohol-free disco in celebration of their results.
This is the time of the year for ‘les bonnes résolutions’. Start the New Year by joining a French class in the pleasant, friendly, environment of the French Institute. The French Institute is Galway’s oldest French school, located in the beautiful and historic Bridge Mills.
The summer programmes at the French Institute in Bridge Mills are set to begin from May 19.
Yeats College Galway has this week announced the return of its much sought after Irish language college. Now in its sixth year, Coláiste Yeats offers two-week day courses for Junior Certificate, Leaving Certificate, and primary school students.
Yeats College Galway has this week announced the return of its much sought after Irish language college. In its fourth year, Colaiste Yeats offers a two-week day course for Junior Certificate, Leaving Certificate, and primary school students.
This is the time of the year for resolutions. We are all aware that 2012 will be challenging for businesses as well as on a personal level. In such a context, languages are bound to play a bigger role in the future.
Congratulations are due to the 58,000 or so students who got their Leaving Cert results this week. One chapter in their constantly evolving autobiography has just been finished, and the first few lines of the next chapter are forming ahead of them. The direction their lives will take from now on is still very much up in the air despite the number of points they have managed to accumulate over a fortnight in June after a six-year slog that brought them from childhood to the verge of adulthood.
As part of a BT Young Scientist project being carried out by St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, students are asked to take part in a survey which is researching the trends in numbers of students taking Higher Level Maths and Irish for the Leaving Cert.
The waiting ended for the almost 2,000 students in Mayo who sat their Leaving Cert in June. Wednesday saw the results released to those who had sat the exams and next week will see the first round of CAO offers drop through letter boxes around the county.