here some news from the Slaney Language Centre:
Special Offer for Easter Family Course
If you have children between ten and fourteen years of age we would be delighted to offer you a 20% discount on our Easter Family Course which will take place from Monday 29 March to Friday 9 April. Why not get away for a relaxing and educational break for you and your child? We guarantee that it will be an experience that neither you nor your child will ever forget.
July and August Family Courses
Hurry! There are ONLY two children’s places left on the August family course and a few more for the July courses, so book immediately to avoid disappointment! Family courses offer you the chance to have an enjoyable, relaxing and educational, family holiday. They allow you to improve your English skills while providing your children with the opportunity to learn and develop their English in a fun, child centred approach to second language acquisition. This is an experience that will benefit your children’s future.
First Certificate Exam Results
Congratulations to our evening class students, Sonja, Joanna and Marcin, who recently took their FCE in Dublin City University. They passed with amazing results. We are so proud of you for your hard work and dedication to the course. Well done also to Alfonso who also recently passed the FCE. He has been with us twice on Summer courses and we hope to see you again soon. We will have another evening course for the June FCE exams starting soon and a Fluency Development and FCE preparation programme in Summer. If you have been working towards doing your First Certificate Exam this course would be ideal for you as we give advice and guidance on all five papers and tips to answer each question. A breakdown of the marking scheme is also valuable to achieve the highest results possible. Please note that it is now possible to take your FCE exam in Ireland in August. Check out our brochure for further details.
Review your experience
You now have the opportunity to tell the world about your experience with us in the Slaney Language Centre! We would love you to share your memories and experiences with others who have not been as lucky as you to spend time in Wexford and in our school. Please let them know that there are no strangers at SLC, only friends you haven’t met yet!
Don’t forget that we are now on facebook and twitter and we would love you to join us and keep us up to date with what is happening!
How Irish are you???
Take the Irish test, if you’re brave enough!
Score 0–5: Quick! Book a flight to Ireland – we need to educate you!
Score 6-14: You’re learning but you still need to visit us! There’s so much more you need to learn.
Score 15-19: You must have had a few pints of Guinness or a few hot whiskeys. You’re almost Irish!
Score 20: Well done! You’re an honorary Irish person! St. Patrick would be proud of you! (and Sinéad)
St. Patrick’s Day
St. Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland and we celebrate his life on 17 March. This is a national holiday. We have parades in every town and city in Ireland dedicated to his memory. The biggest celebration in Ireland will take place in Dublin but parades also take place in America, with one of the biggest in the world held in New York each year. On 17 March everyone wears shamrock and green clothes. We also paint our faces, drink green beer and eat green ice-cream. Everybody sings and dances and celebrates on the street.
If you miss Ireland – watch this! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGWMC6wOuSY
Video – Mary’s Bar
On Saint Patrick’s Day,
May God grant you always a sunbeam to warm you,
A moonbeam to charm you,
A sheltering angel so nothing can harm you,
Laughter to cheer you,
Faithful friends near you,
And whenever you pray,
Heaven to hear you.
Lá Fhéile Phádraig shona daoibh go léir!
Wishing you peace and happiness from all at the SLC on St. Paddy’s Day.