The Department of Education’s decision to cancel the Irish and Modern Language Orals is welcome news to those studying these subjects. For those students struggling with Irish, they have now automatically passed the subject. They already have 40%. There is a flip side to this, which is that points will automatically go up for popular […]

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Scotia’s Summer Services Fail to prepare, prepare to fail. Summer is upon us and, though a time for many students to relax and unwind, for others it is a time for preparation and consolidation. Many students require extra help throughout the summer and we are here to help. We offer a variety of services to […]

Rational Thinking Required A large part of any Maths teacher’s job involves dealing with kids struggling with Maths. We often, as teachers, take things for granted when talking about familiar concepts with them and in trying to explain terms and definitions for familiar things. My biggest gripe with this comes down to fractions. We all […]

There are many interesting ways of representing . Here is one of the more approachable and fun representations. We will prove the above formula using little more than High School mathematical concepts and techniques. Some of the notation may look a bit strange and the level of conceptual difficulty is quite high. The main […]