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Busy Bees Naoinrai Opening September 2014

Forbairt Naionrai Teoranta

Busy Bees, IDA park Loughboy will be opening its Naionrai in September 2014. This group will also fall under the Free Preschool Year Scheme (ECCE). This is an ideal opportunity for parents who would like their children to learn through the medium of Irish as it involves total immersion in the language with children being tutored by muinteoiri who have the equivalent or above, standard of Irish as a Primary School Teacher teaching Irish.

If you would like your child to attend a Gaelscoil, this provides them with a solid foundation in Gaeilge/Irish for their first and subsequents years in Gaelscoileanna. Muinteor/Paiste ratios will remain governed by those set out by the HSE. Places are limited and will be offered first to those presently attending busy bees and to other children thereafter.

We are extremely excited at the prospect of opening a Naionrai as we see it as both challenging and rewarding for all those involved.

For more details please contact Busy Bees on 056-7770410

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Its almost 3 years to the date that Tom walked through your doors for the first time. We would like to sincerely thank you all for minding him so well over the past years.It was always a comfort to us that Busy Bees had such a warm homely feel to it.

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