Konect in­tro­duces for­eign lan­guages in a fun way

Bray People - - EDUCATION AND COURSES -

2013 SEES well-es­tab­lished lan­guage school Konect move to an ex­cel­lent cen­tral lo­ca­tion at 9 Eglin­ton Road, Bray. Easy ac­cess, park­ing and close prox­im­ity to Bray Li­brary and Co­laiste Raithin make it a per­fect ed­u­ca­tional hub.

2012 was a year of growth for Konect, but the di­rec­tor of the school, Sandy Beard, doesn’t want to stop there and will in­tro­duce the pop­u­lar TEFL course this Fe­bru­ary.

In ad­di­tion to the five lan­guages al­ready thought by the na­tive speak­ing teach­ers, Man­darin, Pol­ish and Ara­bic amongst oth­ers are also avail­able sub­ject to de­mand.

Konect in­tro­duces for­eign lan­guages and sup­ports Ir­ish learn­ing in a fun and age adapted way to Montes­sori and af­ter schools.

The school is renowned for their great sup­port to Ju­nior and Leav­ing Cert stu­dents pre­par­ing for for­eign lan­guage ex­ams.

Konect to Lan­guages also run a range of suc­cess­ful evening classes for adults in many lan­guages. Visit www.konect.ie or phone (01)5491149/0831236237.

Konect class in ac­tion.

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