National School Prep Course

Maths

This is a 10 week course for 5th & 6th class students exploring various chapters of mathematics covered in first year, from algebra, sets, trigonometry and many more, giving you the head start you need! They will also be revising difficult areas of the Primary curriculum along with practicing entrance exam I.Q. tests. Students will have peace of mind knowing they have one less thing to worry about when attending their new school.

Term 3  (6 weeks 5 + 1 Free)

Starting Monday 12th April 2021:

  • Week 1: Introduction to algebra/ Substitution
  • Week 2: Linear equations
  • Week 3: Solving Equations
  • Week 4: Simultaneous Equations
  • Week 5: Factorising
  • Week 6: Revision of all 5

 

At the end of each lesson, students can print off a revision sheet on what they learned in the lesson which includes questions that are optional.

Irish

This fun and entertaining course will focus on developing the students’ self-confidence by focusing on the key areas of oral language, listening comprehension, reading comprehension and grammar through a range of games and activities. By developing an appreciation for the language the students will come to an understanding far quicker and making their start to secondary school easier.

Term 3  (6 weeks 5 + 1 Free)

Irish Starting Thursday 15th April 2021:

  • Week 1: Creative Writing
  • Week 2: Grammar
  • Week 3: Reading Comprehensions
  • Week 4: Verbs
  • Week 5: Listening Comprehension
  • Week 6: Oral Language

 

After each lesson, students will have easily understood notes which will be very helpful for beginning secondary school.

Maths & Irish

National School Prep Course
150
  • Maths
  • Irish

What does each student need?

  • A New copybook/hardback copy
  • A pen/pencil
  • Ruler
  • Irish/ English Dictionary

"If you leave a question blank it's 100% wrong, but if you at least make an attempt and show you've tried, there is more of a chance that you could get it right." This is the positivity we need our children to hear, we may not all be maths geniuses, but to try and work out a question, showing the effort has been made is paramount.”