This February's Dublin CLASS got off to a creative start as each of the students were invited to create sock-puppet creations to accompany them throughout the evening- provided they were well behaved! Predictably, chaos reigned for the rest of the evening, judging by the punishment log, though perhaps the students learned a thing or two!
It seems the students were in appropriately high spirits for Dublin CLASS's birthday celebration! Our newest assistant teacher was pressed into service as traffic warden to manage the flow in and out of the Head Teacher's study. Congratulations (or condolences?) to the teachers for attempting to rein in this crowd, and to the students for … Continue reading Chaotic Birthday for Dublin CLASS
Thanks to all who attended last Friday's Dublin CLASS! It was a night full of legends and tricks, psychology, dinosaurs, and homework of varying degrees of quality and creativity. We even enjoyed a magical extra hour that made the end of the night far less hectic than usual! Nevertheless, judging by the punishment log the … Continue reading Magical Evening of CLASS
At least one student was paying attention to Matthew's lesson, if not necessarily to what he was saying. Another student even brought a gift for their favourite teacher, and only slightly traumatised the cashier for asking for a €1 gift card! Even the school secretary seems to be keeping atop of things, with the school … Continue reading Attentive Students at Dublin CLASS
Someone seems to have finally given the school secretary a good spanking, as the Dublin CLASS chapter register is now finally up to date! Dublin Staff Register, Part 2 Dublin Student Register, Part 2 Dublin CLASS Timetables and Punishment Logs
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. . .
At the last Dublin CLASS of 2017, the students were treated to lessons on Irish history, geometry, freedom of information (though free, it may bot have been retained by the students), the alphabet, and an assortment of lessons attempted by the substitute teacher. While some students- particularly the CLASS headbanger- appear to have learned … Continue reading Dublin CLASS Report
The Dublin chapter has once again attempted to instil in its students a healthy respect for the school rules and for their teachers. Judging by the state of the punishment log at the end of the night, this effort may take some time. The teachers, meanwhile, also received a lesson in the importance of … Continue reading Dublin CLASS 26 Aug
The Dublin chapter of CLASS Ireland convened on the night of 07 Jul 2017 for another evening of education. Despite the students' impressive collective knowledge of geography- and perhaps because of certain students' knowledge of aerodynamics, the head teacher's study was busy indeed!