2016 in Review: Cork

In November 2016, CLASS held our first session in Cork.

Cork Classroom

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Students and staff began the day by entering their names in the Cork register before settling in for the day’s lessons.

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Teachers had plenty of implements at their disposal to help reign in any misbehaviour.

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The Headmaster waited in his office upstairs to deal with any severe misbehaviour

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Students and teachers received awards after the session. Mr. Steed for (lack of) classroom control, Nyx for being the biggest little squirt, and Lacies for successfully evading punishment.

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Although the punishment log may have been pristine when lessons started. . .

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. . .that certainly didn’t last long!

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Despite learning some painful lessons, the pupils and teachers are looking forward to another session in Cork, as are several new students and staff.  Watch for event notifications in 2017!

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