He got into Zürich Poly on the basis of his science grades.
(H/T: Nelly Bergman)
Gaelscoil Bharra, Cabra, Dublin yesterday (top) and today
“This [above] is the replacement prefab at Gaelscoil Bharra, Cabra, Dublin at a rent of €30,000 per year. The school has been waiting on a new school building for 20 years. It was finally promised one in 2012. Work was due to start this summer but a relatively minor boundary dispute has held it up. In the meantime, 3rd class had their roof fall in [top]. So 30k has been spent on renting something for a year (exorbitant in itself) which should only be needed for a few months, and which shouldn’t have been needed at all.”
And the lesson is?
Homeschooling! Don’t pay retail for prefabs?
A little girl’s first day at ABC preschool in Taiwan is made bearable by the charming gent in the next seat.
If this is “integrated education” it shows any of my Southern followers just how bitter some people are up here pic.twitter.com/mTVAliDRKT
— Tomás Colton (@TomasColton) May 30, 2014
A circular sent to parents of pupils at Omagh Integrated Primary school signed by its principal, Mr Cairns.
Apparently, there were objections to the use of O’Neill’s sportswear due to its association with the GAA.