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Due to the ongoing threat of teacher strikes, The Dublin School of Grinds has decided to run FREE Revision Courses from 2nd – 13th January. Students can avail of 6 hours of tuition by attending up to three courses, totally free of charge.

Mature students who attend these courses will receive:
> Multiple booklets of our H1 study notes.
> Two hours of expert tuition with Ireland’s leading teachers.
> Past and probable exam questions that are likely to appear in this year’s State Examinations.

Note: These courses will book out, so early booking is crucial.

Irish for Primary School Teaching

This course is designed for students who wish to gain entry to Teacher Training College and require a H5 (50-59%) or above in Higher Level Irish in the Leaving Certificate. This course is suitable for mature students or students repeating the Leaving Certificate.

 

 

About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the author of several Irish textbooks, is an experienced Irish speaker and has taught at a Gaelscoil. He is a popular teacher amongst students because of his ability for instilling confidence in them due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme. Rónán proudly holds a 100% success rate. Since the course’s first year in 2013 every single student has obtained the Honour necessary to get into Teaching college.

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Irish for Primary School Teaching
(Higher)
Saturday 6th January
9am-10am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza

THESE COURSES ARE FREE.

Why free? 

These courses are provided to offer students an insight into the unrivalled exam preparation delivered at The Dublin School of Grinds.

Our teachers have designed these courses to eliminate students’ worries about the upcoming State Examinations by increasing their knowledge of the critically important marking scheme and improving their examination techniques.

Our teachers instil confidence in students, enabling them to return to school after the Christmas break with the correct mindset and a clear focus on what the Examiner and the syllabus require students to study.