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
Some of the tools we use to communicate consent at CLASS events! For more details on what the pegs are for, as well as other ways we communicate consent at CLASS events, see this page. See the system in action, or try it out yourself, at our next event.
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!
Judging by the state of the students' bottoms after the last detention, behaviour may improve- at least until CLASS resumes in Dublin.
After starting with a pair of munches, a suitable venue was found for a play event in Dublin. Students and teachers gathered in a ready-made classroom for an evening of education. On the inaugural night of the Dublin chapter of CLASS, students learned the following valuable lessons: England won the Irish civil war. Pi rounds … Continue reading 2016 in Review: Dublin
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
In November 2016, CLASS held our first session in Cork. Students and staff began the day by entering their names in the Cork register before settling in for the day's lessons. Teachers had plenty of implements at their disposal to help reign in any misbehaviour. The Headmaster waited in his office upstairs to deal with … Continue reading 2016 in Review: Cork