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  • Irish
  • English (New Junior Cycle Course)
  • French
  • Maths
  • Business
  • Science
  • Enrolment Now Open

    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the Irish Higher level syllabus including:

    -2016 Paper analysis
    -Scéal, Aiste, Alt
    -Díospóireacht, Léamhthuiscint,
    -Cluastuiscint
    -Gramádach, Prós,
    -Liteartha, Filíocht, Litir

    Enrolment Now Open

    New Junior Cycle English Course Syllabus

    • Poetry
    • Drama "Romeo and Juliet" by W. Shakespeare
    • Novel "Of Mice and Men" by J. Steinbeck
    • Short story
    • Personal writing
    • Film "Son of Rambow"
    • Media and advertising

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course content

    • Verbs Etre and Avoir
    • 'ER', 'IR' & 'RE' Verbs
    • Time, Numbers & Animals
    • Past, Present & Future tense
    • Postcard, note & letter question
    • Comprehension question preparation
    • Aural preparation

    Enrolment Now Open

    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the Maths Higher level syllabus including:

    -2016 Paper analysis
    -Trigonometry: Pythagoras’ Theorem, Sine, Cosine, Tangent, and applications
    -Co-ordinate Geometry: Slope, Distance between two points, the Equation of a line.
    -Geometry: a selection of Theorem proofs and solving Geometric problems using Theorems
    -Algebra: Factorising, Solving Equations, Applications of Algebra
    -Graphs: Linear, Quadratic Functions, Graphs in context
    -Statistics: Bar Charts, Histograms, Frequency Tables, Mean, Median and Mode, Pie Charts, Stem and Leaf Diagrams
    -Area and Volume: Cylinder, Sphere, Cone.

    Enroment Now Open

    Course content

    • Review of 2016 Exam Paper and Budgeting
    • The Consumer & Financial Services for the consumer
    • National Business, Forms of Business
    • Financial Planning and Finance for Business
    • Commercial Banks, Insurance & Communications
    • Chain of Production and Channels of Distribution
    • Being an Employer and Industrial Relations
    • Marketing and Distribution
    • Introduction to Double Entry Book-keeping, Day Books and Ledger
    • Sales and Purchases Day Book
    • Cash and Petty Cash Books, General Journal and Control Accounts.
    • Trading Account, Profit and Loss Account and Profit and Loss Appropriation Account and Balance Sheets
    • Adjustments to Final Accounts
    • Club Accounts, Farm Accounts and Service Firms

    Enrolment now open

    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the Science Higher level syllabus including:

    -2016 Paper analysis
    -Light, Sound, Forces, Moments, Pressure, Magnetism, Static and Current Electricity, Electronics, Heat, Temperature, Transfer of Heat
    -Density, Velocity and Acceleration, Work, Energy and Power, Measurement,
    -Human Biology – Food and The Digestive System
    -Breathing and Respiration; The Blood System
    -Photosynthesis and Tropisms; Plant and Animal Cells
    -Periodic Table, Atomic Structure, Ionic and Covalent Bonding
    -Air, Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide; Fossil Fuels, Elements, Compounds and Mixtures
    -Water; Solutions and Crystals; Acids and Bases, Metals and Non-Metals; Plastics, Ecology; Microbiology and Biotechnology
    -Plant Biology, Human Biology

  • English
  • Chemistry
  • Business
  • Physics
  • French
  • Geography
  • Maths (Higher Level)
  • Economics
  • Irish
  • Biology
  • History
  • Maths (Ordinary Level)
  • Applied Maths
  • Home Economics
  • Accounting
  • Enrolment Now Open

    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the English Higher level syllabus including:

    • 2016 Paper analysis
    • Reading Comprehensions QA and QB
    • Language Styles - Narration, Aesthetic, Persuasion, Argument and Information
    • Compositions
    • Poetry - Bishop, Boland, Donne, Durcan, Eliot, Hopkins, Keats and Plath *Comparative texts The Plough and the Stars by Sean O'Casey, Big Maggie by J.B. Keane, Juno directed by Jason Reitman
    • Single Text - Hamlet
    • Comparative - (i) Theme or Issue (ii) The General Vision and Viewpoint (iii) Literary Genre

    Enrolment Now Open

    Topics
    -History of the Atom, Structure of atom & energy levels
    -Periodic Table, Bonding, Bonding Shapes
    -Trends and Redox, Molar Calculations
    -Acids and Bases
    -HL Titrations
    -Water Chemistry,Water Experiments and Rates of Reaction
    -Gas Laws, Chemical Equilibrium
    -Organic Chemistry & Fuels
    -Heat of Reaction & Hess’s Law (HL)
    -Organic Families,Organic Experiments, Organic Reactions (HL)
    -Instrumentation and Radiation
    -Redox & electrolysis
    -Option Chapters

    Enrolment now open

    Course Contents

    -People in Business
    -Law of Contract
    -Solving Consumer and Industrial Conflict
    -Enterprise
    -Management Skills : Leadership and Motivation, Communication,
    -Management Activities, Human Resource Management
    -Change in Business, Ratio Analysis
    -Tax & Insurance, Finance and Banking
    -Stages in the development of a new product or service
    -Introduction to Marketing, Marketing mix, Business Expansion
    -Types of Business Organisations
    -Categories of Industry and Community Development
    -The Economy, Ethical and International Business
    -The European Union

    Enrolment Now Open

    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the Physics Higher level syllabus including:

    -2016 Paper analysis
    -Mechanics: Motion, Forces, Energy
    -Temperature
    -Heat
    -Waves
    -Vibrations and Sounds
    -Light
    -Electricity
    -Modern Physics
    -Particle Physics - photoelectric effect, X-rays, radioactivity, nuclear energy
    -Applied Electricity - Cockcroft and Walton, mass-energy, -quarks

    Enrolment now open

    Our Leaving Certificate French course will have an exam focus to each lesson. Each week you will explore a different theme which include the following;

    • Presenting yourself & family
    • My house
    • School life
    • Music
    • Cinema
    • Social life
    • Holidays
    • France
    • Future career
    • Health
    • Animals and Food
    • Technology
    • Inequality in the world

    This course will also concentrate on preparation for the listening exam as well as having a continual focus on grammar throughout making it suitable for both Higher and Ordinary level students.

    Enrolment Now Open

    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the Geography Higher level syllabus including:
    -2016 Exam Paper Analysis
    -Physical Geography
    -Rocks, Weathering Soil
    -Rivers, Coastal Features
    -Glaciation, Map Reading
    -Economic and Regional Geography

    Enrolment Now Open

    2016 Exam Paper Analysis
    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the Maths Higher level syllabus including:

    Strand 1: Statistics and Probability
    Strand 2: Geometry and Trigonometry
    Strand 3: Number
    Strand 4: Algebra
    Strand 5: Functions

    Enrolment Now Open

    • Demand
    • Supply
    • Costs and market structures
    • National Income
    • Fiscal Taxation
    • Inflation
    • Money
    • Taxation
    • International Trade

    Enrolment Now Open

    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the Irish Higher level syllabus including:

    -2016 Paper analysis
    -The Oral Exam in Irish Preparation
    -The Aural Comprehension Test
    -Reading Comprehension
    -Poetry
    -Prose
    -Additional Literature

    Enrolment Now Open

    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the Biology Higher level syllabus including:

    -2016 Paper analysis
    -The study of Life - The Scientific Method, The Characteristics of Life Nutrition

    -General Principles of Ecology and A Study of an Ecosystem.
    -The Cell - Cell Structure, Cell Metabolism, Cell Continuity, Cell Diversity and Genetics
    -The Organism - Diversity of Organisms, Organisation and the Vascular Structures, Transport and Nutrition, Breathing System and Excretion Responses to Stimuli, and Reproduction and Growth

    Enrolment Now Open

    • 2016 Exam Paper Analysis
    • How to write a Higher Level Essay
    • Research Topic
    • The United States and the world, 1945-1989
    • Dictatorship and democracy in Europe, 1920-1945
    • The pursuit of sovereignty and the impact of partition, 1912-1949
    • Politics and society in Northern Ireland, 1949-1993

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course Syllabus

    • Algebra I
    • Number Patterns (Sequences & Series)
    • Arithmetic
    • Co-ordinate Geometry (Line
    • Statistics
    • Functions
    • Complex Number
    • Probability
    • Area & Volume
    • Co-ordinate Geometry (Circle)
    • Calculus
    • Trigonometry

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course content

    • Linear Motion
    • Vectors
    • Relative Velocity
    • Projecties
    • Connected Particles
    • Impacts and Collisions
    • Statics
    • Rotational Bodies
    • Differential Equations

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course content

    • Introduction to Course, Marking Scheme Nutrition and Protein
    • Food Commodities: Meat, Offal & Eggs
    • Carbohydrates & cereals
    • Lipids, fats and oils
    • Vitamins & Minerals
    • Special Diets
    • Food Processing & packaging
    • Food additives
    • Microbiology
    • Food Spoilage & food preservation
    • Food Hygiene and Safety: HACCP
    • Family Resource Management
    • Household Finances
    • Technology in the Home
    • Textiles
    • Consumer Studies
    • Social Studies Core: The Family
    • Marriage and family law
    • Social Studies Elective: Social Change and the Family
    • Education, Work,
    • Unemployment, Poverty,
    • Leisure and childcare
    • Tackling Q1. Section B.

    Enrolment now open

    • Accounting Introduction, Concepts, Bases and Policies 
    • Double Entry Bookkeeping 
    • Bank Reconciliation Statements 
    • Accruals, Prepayments, Capital, Revenue and Bad Debts 
    • Depreciation 
    • Control Accounts, Suspense Accounts, Final Accounts (Sole Trader), Company Accounts   
    • Manufacturing Accounts, Departmental Accounts, Final Accounts  
    • Regulatory Framework of Accounting, Directors and Auditors 
    • Published Accounts, Club Accounts, Service Accounts, Farm Accounts, Incomplete Records   
    • Cash Flow Statements, Interpretation of Accounts, Tabular Statements   
    • Management Accounting: Costing and Product Costing 
    • Management Accounting: Marginal Costing (Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis) 
    • Management Accounting Budgeting, Budget Planning and Budget Control 
  • English (New Junior Cycle Course)
  • Science
  • Business
  • French
  • Maths (Higher Level)
  • PRIMARY SCHOOL IRISH COURSE
  • PRIMARY SCHOOL MATHS COURSE
  • Irish
  • Maths (Ordinary Level)
  • Enrolment Now Open
    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    • 2017 Exam Paper Analysis
    • Poetry
    • Drama "Romeo and Juliet" by W. Shakespeare
    • Novel "Of Mice and Men" by J. Steinbeck
    • Short story
    • Personal writing
    • Film "Son of Rambow"
    • Media and advertising

    Enrolment now open

    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the Science Higher level syllabus including:

    -2017 Paper analysis
    -Light, Sound, Forces, Moments, Pressure, Magnetism, Static and Current Electricity, Electronics, Heat, Temperature, Transfer of Heat
    -Density, Velocity and Acceleration, Work, Energy and Power, Measurement,
    -Human Biology – Food and The Digestive System
    -Breathing and Respiration; The Blood System
    -Photosynthesis and Tropisms; Plant and Animal Cells
    -Periodic Table, Atomic Structure, Ionic and Covalent Bonding
    -Air, Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide; Fossil Fuels, Elements, Compounds and Mixtures
    -Water; Solutions and Crystals; Acids and Bases, Metals and Non-Metals; Plastics, Ecology; Microbiology and Biotechnology
    -Plant Biology, Human Biology

    Enroment Now Open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    Course content

    • Review of 2017 Exam Paper and Budgeting
    • The Consumer & Financial Services for the consumer
    • National Business, Forms of Business
    • Financial Planning and Finance for Business
    • Commercial Banks, Insurance & Communications
    • Chain of Production and Channels of Distribution
    • Being an Employer and Industrial Relations
    • Marketing and Distribution
    • Introduction to Double Entry Book-keeping, Day Books and Ledger
    • Sales and Purchases Day Book
    • Cash and Petty Cash Books, General Journal and Control Accounts.
    • Trading Account, Profit and Loss Account and Profit and Loss Appropriation Account and Balance Sheets
    • Adjustments to Final Accounts
    • Club Accounts, Farm Accounts and Service Firms

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    Course content

    • Verbs Etre and Avoir
    • 'ER', 'IR' & 'RE' Verbs
    • Time, Numbers & Animals
    • Past, Present & Future tense
    • Postcard, note & letter question
    • Comprehension question preparation
    • Aural preparation

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the Maths Higher level syllabus including:

    -2017 Paper analysis
    -Trigonometry: Pythagoras’ Theorem, Sine, Cosine, Tangent, and applications
    -Co-ordinate Geometry: Slope, Distance between two points, the Equation of a line.
    -Geometry: a selection of Theorem proofs and solving Geometric problems using Theorems
    -Algebra: Factorising, Solving Equations, Applications of Algebra
    -Graphs: Linear, Quadratic Functions, Graphs in context
    -Statistics: Bar Charts, Histograms, Frequency Tables, Mean, Median and Mode, Pie Charts, Stem and Leaf Diagrams
    -Area and Volume: Cylinder, Sphere, Cone.

    Enrolment Now Open

    We are delighted to announce the launch of our new Primary school IRISH course for 4th, 5th and 6th Class students.

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    Course Content

    The content is presented under four strands:

    • Éisteacht (Listening)

    • Labhairt (Speaking)

    • Léitheoireacht (Reading)

    • Scríbhneoireacht (Writing).

    Enrolment Now Open

    We are delighted to announce the launch of our new Primary school MATHS course for 4th, 5th and 6th Class students.

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    Course Content

    • Numbers

    • Algebra

    • Shape and Space

    • Measures

    • Data

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the Irish Higher level syllabus including:

    -2017 Paper analysis
    -Scéal, Aiste, Alt
    -Díospóireacht, Léamhthuiscint,
    -Cluastuiscint
    -Gramádach, Prós,
    -Liteartha, Filíocht, Litir

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    Suitable for ALL first and second year Maths students as well as Third Year students preparing for the 2018 Ordinary Level Maths exam.

    -2017 Paper analysis
    -Trigonometry
    -Co-ordinate Geometry
    -Geometry
    -Algebra
    -Graphs
    -Statistics
    -Area and Volume

  • Maths (Higher Level)
  • Irish
  • Biology
  • Maths (Ordinary Level)
  • Applied Maths
  • History
  • Economics
  • Home Economics
  • French
  • Accounting
  • English
  • Geography
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Business
  • Agricultural Science
  • Enrolment Now Open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    2017 Exam Paper Analysis
    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the Maths Higher level syllabus including:

    Strand 1: Statistics and Probability
    Strand 2: Geometry and Trigonometry
    Strand 3: Number
    Strand 4: Algebra
    Strand 5: Functions

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the Irish Higher level syllabus including:

    -2017 Paper analysis
    -The Oral Exam in Irish Preparation
    -The Aural Comprehension Test
    -Reading Comprehension
    -Poetry
    -Prose
    -Additional Literature

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the Biology Higher level syllabus including:

    -2017 Paper analysis
    -The study of Life - The Scientific Method, The Characteristics of Life Nutrition

    -General Principles of Ecology and A Study of an Ecosystem.
    -The Cell - Cell Structure, Cell Metabolism, Cell Continuity, Cell Diversity and Genetics
    -The Organism - Diversity of Organisms, Organisation and the Vascular Structures, Transport and Nutrition, Breathing System and Excretion Responses to Stimuli, and Reproduction and Growth

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    Course Syllabus

    • Algebra I
    • Number Patterns (Sequences & Series)
    • Arithmetic
    • Co-ordinate Geometry (Line
    • Statistics
    • Functions
    • Complex Number
    • Probability
    • Area & Volume
    • Co-ordinate Geometry (Circle)
    • Calculus
    • Trigonometry

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    Course content

    • Linear Motion
    • Vectors
    • Relative Velocity
    • Projecties
    • Connected Particles
    • Impacts and Collisions
    • Statics
    • Rotational Bodies
    • Differential Equations

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    • 2017 Exam Paper Analysis
    • How to write a Higher Level Essay
    • Research Topic
    • The United States and the world, 1945-1989
    • Dictatorship and democracy in Europe, 1920-1945
    • The pursuit of sovereignty and the impact of partition, 1912-1949
    • Government, Economy and Society in Ireland 1949-1989

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    • Demand
    • Supply
    • Costs and market structures
    • National Income
    • Fiscal Taxation
    • Inflation
    • Money
    • Taxation
    • International Trade

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    Course content

    • Introduction to Course, Marking Scheme Nutrition and Protein
    • Food Commodities: Meat, Offal & Eggs
    • Carbohydrates & cereals
    • Lipids, fats and oils
    • Vitamins & Minerals
    • Special Diets
    • Food Processing & packaging
    • Food additives
    • Microbiology
    • Food Spoilage & food preservation
    • Food Hygiene and Safety: HACCP
    • Family Resource Management
    • Household Finances
    • Technology in the Home
    • Textiles
    • Consumer Studies
    • Social Studies Core: The Family
    • Marriage and family law
    • Social Studies Elective: Social Change and the Family
    • Education, Work,
    • Unemployment, Poverty,
    • Leisure and childcare
    • Tackling Q1. Section B.

    Enrolment now open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    Our Leaving Certificate French course will have an exam focus to each lesson. Each week you will explore a different theme which include the following;

    • Presenting yourself & family
    • My house
    • School life
    • Music
    • Cinema
    • Social life
    • Holidays
    • France
    • Future career
    • Health
    • Animals and Food
    • Technology
    • Inequality in the world

    Enrolment now open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    • Accounting Introduction, Concepts, Bases and Policies 
    • Double Entry Bookkeeping 
    • Bank Reconciliation Statements 
    • Accruals, Prepayments, Capital, Revenue and Bad Debts 
    • Depreciation 
    • Control Accounts, Suspense Accounts, Final Accounts (Sole Trader), Company Accounts   
    • Manufacturing Accounts, Departmental Accounts, Final Accounts  
    • Regulatory Framework of Accounting, Directors and Auditors 
    • Published Accounts, Club Accounts, Service Accounts, Farm Accounts, Incomplete Records   
    • Cash Flow Statements, Interpretation of Accounts, Tabular Statements   
    • Management Accounting: Costing and Product Costing 
    • Management Accounting: Marginal Costing (Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis) 
    • Management Accounting Budgeting, Budget Planning and Budget Control 

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the English Higher level syllabus including:

    • 2017 Paper analysis
    • Reading Comprehensions QA and QB
    • Language Styles - Narration, Aesthetic, Persuasion, Argument and Information
    • Compositions
    • Poetry -
    • Single Text - King Lear
    • Comparative Course - Texts to follow

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the Geography Higher level syllabus including:
    -2017 Exam Paper Analysis
    -Physical Geography
    -Rocks, Weathering Soil
    -Rivers, Coastal Features
    -Glaciation, Map Reading
    -Economic and Regional Geography

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    As part of this course students will cover the main aspects of the Physics Higher level syllabus including:

    -2017 Paper analysis
    -Mechanics: Motion, Forces, Energy
    -Temperature
    -Heat
    -Waves
    -Vibrations and Sounds
    -Light
    -Electricity
    -Modern Physics
    -Particle Physics - photoelectric effect, X-rays, radioactivity, nuclear energy
    -Applied Electricity - Cockcroft and Walton, mass-energy, -quarks

    Enrolment Now Open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    Topics
    -History of the Atom, Structure of atom & energy levels
    -Periodic Table, Bonding, Bonding Shapes
    -Trends and Redox, Molar Calculations
    -Acids and Bases
    -HL Titrations
    -Water Chemistry,Water Experiments and Rates of Reaction
    -Gas Laws, Chemical Equilibrium
    -Organic Chemistry & Fuels
    -Heat of Reaction & Hess’s Law (HL)
    -Organic Families,Organic Experiments, Organic Reactions (HL)
    -Instrumentation and Radiation
    -Redox & electrolysis
    -Option Chapters

    Enrolment now open

    Course begins on Monday 18th September 2017

    Course Contents

    -People in Business
    -Law of Contract
    -Solving Consumer and Industrial Conflict
    -Enterprise
    -Management Skills : Leadership and Motivation, Communication,
    -Management Activities, Human Resource Management
    -Change in Business, Ratio Analysis
    -Tax & Insurance, Finance and Banking
    -Stages in the development of a new product or service
    -Introduction to Marketing, Marketing mix, Business Expansion
    -Types of Business Organisations
    -Categories of Industry and Community Development
    -The Economy, Ethical and International Business
    -The European Union

    Welcome to our new course which begins on Monday 18th September 2017.

    The following topics are covered:

    -The General Structure and Function of Plants
    - Soil
    - Animal Diseases and Physiology
    - Organisms
    - Crop Production
    - Fertilisers
    - Genetics
    - Grassland