Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s), The Teachers Union of Ireland (TUI) has notified KWETB that, following a ballot, all TUI members have been directed to take strike action on Tuesday 4th February 2020. On that day, pickets will be placed on workplaces where TUI members are employed. This school has a number of teachers who are members of…
Why is Glenart College Different?
It Is Co-EducationalWe believe that boys and girls should be educated together and that they should have equal opportunities in life..
It Is ComprehensiveOur programme has the broadest possible range of subjects. We are aware that young adults in the future will require a far wider range of skills to survive in what will be a very competitive world. We, therefore, ensure that our students are exposed to Technological, Business and Practical Studies; to Arts and Crafts; to Literature and Culture; to Modern European Languages; to the Sciences and Mathematics and to Social, Health and Religious Studies.
It Is Multi-DenominationalWe cater for students from a variety of religious backgrounds. Regardless of their religion, students learn to value and cultivate their faith, while at the same time learning to appreciate and value the beliefs of others.
Class SizeOne of the most advantageous aspects of Glenart College is the actual size of each class. Where possible numbers are kept small, thus enabling teachers to give more of their time to students on an individual basis which has a very positive impact on examination results.
Glenart College offers an extensive curriculum from first year right through to leaving certificate. Every programme is available to students.
This is an exciting time for us as we embark on teaching the New Junior Cycle and introducing Transition Year in September 2018.
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