Students were told that, as it was December, some festive behaviour would be allowed at the last Galway detention event. One student may have taken things a bit too far in their note explaining their presence. . .
Another year over. We hope you had fun! Time to bring CLASS 2017 to a close with a bang and a wallop! It promises to be a cracker. Detention will be the first order of business followed by the Staff & Faculty Christmas Party followed by the glorious Galway Munch followed by...??? Students attending detention … Continue reading Galway CLASS Detention followed by the Staff & Faculty Christmas Party!
Judging by the state of the students' bottoms after the last detention, behaviour may improve- at least until CLASS resumes in Dublin.
The CLASS Board of Trustees is holding its annual meeting on Friday 09 Jun in Galway city centre. The open portion of the meeting will begin at 8:30pm. This is not a munch. Although there will be a social component to the evening, the primary focus will be a discussion of the organisation of the … Continue reading CLASS AGM 09 Jun 2017 8:30 PM
It seems the CLASS students have begun to get a bit out of hand. Such was the level of chaos and disrespect at recent lessons that several students* are due for a Saturday detention. Students attending detention must bring a note explaining what they have done to deserve punishment, which may contain recommendations for appropriate … Continue reading Galway Detention, 10 Jun 2017, 4-7pm
Despite the recent Saturday detention organised by the headmaster, it seems the CLASS students have continued to get more than a bit out of hand at subsequent events and also with their online behaviour and attitude. Such was the level of chaos and disrespect at recent lessons that several students are required to attend another … Continue reading Detention: 11 Mar 2017
CLASS returned back to where it all began for the final event for 2016. Fittingly, CLASS students were summoned to detention to pay for their misbehaviour over the year (as well as a few new students who managed to land themselves in detention right from the start!). All students brought notes explaining why exactly they … Continue reading 2016 in Review: Galway