Naomh Barróg and KLEAR launch Irish Language classes for adult beginners
Naomh Barróg GAA club in conjunction with KLEAR has launched a pilot Irish Language course for Adults. It is pitched at beginners/returners and is intended as an aid to parents when helping with Irish language homework. It takes place on Monday mornings and runs for 6 weeks. It is intended that after the pilot more classes will be scheduled and more places can be made available to the broader Naomh Barróg community.
Martin Kiernan chairman of Naomh Barróg commented “this type of project is consistent with our commitment to the Irish language and our desire to reach into the community. We are very proud of our involvement in it”
Leah Skipton of KLEAR stated “We are delighted to work with Naomh Barróg to deliver a specific demand driven programme into the community”
Naomh Barróg is a GAA club based in Kilbarrack in Dublin. *Barróg don Ghaeilge is Naomh Barróg’s Irish language programme. It runs a monthly Pop Up Gaeltacht on the first Thursday of every month in the clubhouse at Naomh Barróg.
Further details from John Carroll of Naomh Barróg ( email@example.com)
KLEAR is a community-based adult education centre at Swansnest Road Kilbarrack and is funded by the City of Dublin Education and Training Board (CDETB).Theses classes have been fully funded by CDETB Adult Education service.
Photo shows some of the students, teacher Michael Lynch (rear middle) and Leah Skipton of KLEAR ( 2nd from right)