Enrol Online: Click Here to Enrol Online with Credit/Debit card.
At the School Office: 10th – 18th January, 12-1pm and 4-5pm daily, with Fee.
Evening Enrolment: Wed 16th January 7.00-8.30pm in the school office.
By Post: Click Here for Brochure with Postal Enrolment Form.
Right click and save the form, Print out and return by post.
Send by post with Cheque payment or Credit/Debit card details to: Adult Education Dept, Boyne Community School, Trim, Co Meath. Postal Application Form must be received on or before 16th January 2019.
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Classes Start date:
Monday 28th January, Wednesday 30th January 2019.
Mid-term Break: Mon 18th February, Wednesday 20th February 2019 (no classes that week)
Students are enrolled on a “first come first served basis”. Early enrolment is necessary to ensure sufficient numbers for classes to form.
Assume you have got a place. We ring you only when a course will not run. Receipts are issued on the first night of class, if you have enrolled by post or directly to you if you enrol online.
Fees must be paid in full before classes commence.
Course Closure: No course may be formed where the number of students enrolled does not warrant it. The Director reserves the right to close a course and refund fees or to alter times & dates of a course if deemed necessary.
Fees are non-refundable, unless a course does not form due to insufficient numbers or a tutor being unavailable. Expect these refunds week 4 of courses.
Responsibility cannot be taken for loss or damage to students’ property, cars etc.
Please park your car with consideration for others, leaving access clear, and not on the grass. Access parking at the back of the school through lane at left of main entrance.
Expect to have to buy materials for some courses
The fee for some courses is less than for others – this is part of our commitment to the community
These can be purchased in the Adult Education Office, Monday and Wednesday evenings.
Tea / Coffee Break
Most classes take a 10 minute break, when you can buy a cup of tea of coffee.
The student subscribes to the regulations of the school and is bound by them. Students have access to school rooms and equipment, which must be treated with care and left ready for the next day. The school reserves the right to suspend from class or building as appropriate. Smoking is strictly forbidden in any part of the school building. Please do not litter the school grounds.
Career Guidance for Adults
Check out MAEGS (Meath Adult Education Guidance Service), email@example.com or Eilis at ph (046) 90 68249 View www.naced.ie – of interest to tutors and details of courses elsewhere.
If you have a suggestion for a new course, please let us know.
If you are interested in tutoring a new course, we’d love to hear from you. Contact Us