Members of Department:

Mrs P. Hannigan (Head of Departmen)

Miss A. O Brien

Mrs L. McGuigan

Miss M. Donnelly

Elaine Devaney (Language Assistant)

 

KS3

Year 8

The topics taught are:

  • Greetings
  • Classes
  • Colours
  • Classroom instructions
  • Numbers
  • Days of the week
  • Weather
  • Time
  • Months
  • Dates
  • Seasons
  • Sports
  • Hobbies

 

   

Year 9

The topics taught are:

  • Yourself
  • Describing Yourself and Others
  • Family and friends
  • School
  • Animals
  • Where are you from?
  • Counties
  • True or false?
  • Clothes
  • Food
  • Describe your day
  • Time
  • Houses and rooms
  • Furniture

 

   

Year 10

The topics taught are:

  • Yourself
  • Family (Members and how many?)
  • His, her, we, they
  • Description of yourself
  • Hobbies and jobs
  • Food
  • Clothes
  • Shops
  • Prices
  • School
  • Subjects
  • Describing your day
  • Houses (rooms and objects)
  • Places
  • Parts of the body
  • Feelings

 

KS4

Year 11

The topics taught are:

  • Descriptions
  • About Yourself
  • Jobs
  • Replying to letters
  • About your day
  • Time
  • Flags of the world
  • Counties
  • Transport
  • Weather
  • Holidays (Describe)
  • Past and Present tense
  • Subjects
  • School timetable
  • Body parts
  • Emotions
  • Illness
  • Hobbies
  • Sports gear
  • Eclipses
   

Year 12

The topics taught are:

  • About your day
  • Past and present tense
  • Subjects / Timetable
  • Issues
  • Letters
  • Body parts
  • Emotions
  • Illness
  • Absent notes
  • True or false
  • Hobbies
  • Sports gear
  • Houses (Rooms and furniture)
  • Jobs
  • Places
  • Houses for sale
  • Food
  • Clothes
  • Shops
  • Money
  • Eclipses
  • Invitations
  • Health

 

 

KS5

AS

  • Relationships

           Students have the opportunity to understand and explore these

          topics/issues in Irish  

  •  different family structures;
  •  roles, responsibilities and relationships within families; 
  •  challenges for families; 
  •  intergenerational issues and;

           influences on young people, for example peers, family and friends.

         

  • Culture and Lifestyle:

          Students have the opportunity to understand and explore these topics/issues in Irish:

  • physical well-being, for example diet or exercise;        
  • risk-taking behaviour, for example smoking, alcohol and drugs or extreme sports;
  • dealing with stress and challenges, for example school and examinations;
  • hobbies and interests, for example sport or music;
  • the arts, film, fashion and design;
  • social media and new technology and;
  • holidays, festivals and tourism.

 

   

                                         A2

                      Young People and Society

          Students have the opportunity to understand and explore these topics/issues in Irish:

         - part-time jobs

         - education and employment

         - career planning - aspirations and/or intentions

         - young people and democracy

         - European citizenship - advantages, disadvantages and opportunities and

         - societal attitudes and young people.

          Our Place in a Changing World

          Students have the opportunity to understand and explore these topics/issues in Irish:

         - equality/inequality and discrimination/prejudice;

         -poverty at home and abroad- causes, consequences and measures to combat it;

         - immigration and emigration - causes, benefits and related issues;

         -multicultural society and cultural identity - benefits and challenges;

         - causes, consequences and resolution of conflict; and

         - sustainable living and environmental issues.

  


 

 

Contact us

15 Tullybryan Road
Dungannon
Ballygawley
BT70 2LY
 
Telephone: 028 8556 8640

Fax:  028 8556 8660

Email: info@stciarans.ballygawley.ni.sch.uk

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