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English

14-February-18
In Griffeen Community College English is an integral part of our school curriculum. Under the new Junior Cycle curriculum we focus on three main components : reading, writing and oral language.
The new Junior Cycle encourages students :
  • to be creative through language and to gain enjoyment and continuing personal growth from English in all its forms
  • to develop control over English using it and responding to it with purpose and effect through the interconnected literacy skills of oral language, reading and writing
  • to engage personally with and think critically about an increasingly broad range of spoken, written and multimodal texts
  • to develop an informed appreciation of literature through personal encounters with a variety of literary texts
  • to use their literacy skills to manage information needs, and find, use, synthesise, evaluate and communicate information using a variety of media
  • to gain an understanding of the grammar and conventions of English and how they might be used to promote clear and effective communication

Events
Aug
24 2018
First Years Only
Aug
27 2018
Second Years ONLY
Aug
28 2018
ALL students
Aug
29 2018
ALL students half day
News
14-Aug-2018
Here is the full school calendar for the 2018/19 Academic Year.
14-Jun-2018
Here is a short video of some memories from our first year in Griffeen CC!
30-May-2018
Parents please note Griffeen Parent Information Evening will be held in Sept/Oct 2018. Parents will be contacted after the summer with details and we look forward to meeting you all. Have a great summer!
16-Apr-2018
Some picks from Week 2 of a four week course with Stephen Rice of the FAI. Our students have enjoyed the challenge of improving their football skills and working together as teams.
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Griffeen Community College,
c/o Kishoge Community College,
Ninth Lock Road,
Lucan
Co Dublin
Ireland

01 621 2392


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