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Dear Parents and students,
Curragh Post Primary School will carry out Summer assessment tasks in each subject worth a max of 20%. These assessments will take place form May 25th - 27th . The remaining 80% of the grade will be results earned by your child over the duration of the year gone by in class tests and exams. The timetables will be emailed to you.
Your child's subject teacher will let you know in due course what the assessments will entail and how they will be conducted. It will be submitted in a similar way to return of classwork since our online progmamme of learning began in the middle of March.
May 1st 2020
Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s) and Students,
Before Easter the Department of Education and Skills announced that the Junior Certificate Exams due to take place in June were cancelled and students would complete school based assessments in September 2020. However, on April 29th the Department announced that 3rd yr students would receive a Certificate of Completion of the Junior Cycle by the Department of Education and a school Junior Cycle Achievement Report.
The Curragh Post Primary School will carry out assessment tasks in each subject worth a max of 20%. These assessments will take place form May 18th -22nd. We will issue you with a detailed timetable and instructions of how these assessments will take place next week. The remaining 80% of the grade will be results earned by your child over the duration of their Junior Cycle studies in Christmas, summer and mock exams.
The teachers will continue to support your child’s learning in the month of May with online learning classes, support materials and assignments. It is extremely important that your child continues to engage in this learning.
We hope this certainty of the completion of Junior Cycle studies and assessment by the end of May 2020 gives certainty and relief to you all. If you seek any further clarification please do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org and I will phone you at the earliest possible opportunity. Remember your child’s teachers are here to help and are continuing to work hard to support your child at this very challenging time.
Wishing you a safe May Bank Holiday Weekend.
I have attached the application for anyone who does not already have it.
I would like to highlight what a great opportunity you have to be prefects as it is very beneficial to have on your CV and you will gain great teamwork and leadership skills during the short programme. You will also get the chance to act as mentors for next years 1st year students, aid teachers in the organisation and supervision of trips, as well as many other positives activities.
Announced today - 3rd Yr Junior Cycle students will be awarded certificates for completion of the Junior Cycle by the Dept. of Ed following school assessment to be completed by end of May. Curragh Post Primary School is responding as quickly as we can & will contact you with details asap. We hope this certainty helps ease stress levels for you all especially our 3rd Yr students.
I hope you had a great Easter break.
For today's class, I want you to complete the attached work in relation to e-mails in an office for a business.
Please return the work by the end of the day. If you have any questions at all, please feel free to e-mail me during the day.
Have a great day!
Hi everyone,Please find attached an LCVP work sheet on Unemployment and Training. Please do the following:
Any questions feel free to email me.
Apologies for emailing so late in the day.. my new YouTube career ran into some slight technical difficulties this morning. Please find attached your work for today's class.
OL Students - you do not have to worry about this. Please continue to work on the other classwork that has been assigned.
This is the final bit of new material for the HL LC course so I would encourage you to take the time to familiarize yourself with it as much as possible.
I have the online lecture here: https://youtu.be/nSTWXPUxlQk
With Minor Melodies you have three things to remember:
1) How to identify it
2) Don't modulate - use Chords 1 - 5 instead
3) Raise the 7th note of the scale. (every time you use the 7th note there should be an accidental)
Everything else is the same as a Major Melody.
Please watch the class, complete the activity in the video and attempt the Melody question attached to this email.
If you have any questions please email me.
If you could get it back to me before the Easter holidays that would be perfect but there is no problem if not, just take your time and try your best.