Fáilte romhat, a Sheoirsín – welcome aboard!

Tá ríméad orainn a fhógairt go mbeidh Seoirsín Ní Mheachair ag teagasc linn don bhliain acadúil nua/We are delighted to announce that Seoirsín Ní Mheachair will be teaching with us for the new academic year!

Seoirsín is an experienced Irish teacher and speech-language therapist. She was part of the first cohort to recently earn a Certificate in Teaching of Irish to Adult Learners from Maynooth University. Seoirsín has a great love of Irish language literature, particularly of Donegal, and enjoys set and céili dancing. We are thrilled to welcome another teacher into our online community of learners, mentors and educators – tá fáilte romhat, a Sheoirsín!

Múinteoir Seoirsín will be teaching weekly online classes at B1 (Intermediate) and B2 (Upper Intermediate) levels. Our new term of B1 classes will run each Thursday at 6:30pm EST, with B2 classes taking place on Mondays at 6:30pm EST . See our full list of online Irish courses beginning in September – bígí linn, a chairde!

Join the online Irish community for cúrsaícomhrá & ceardlanna, and follow along on social media @LetsLearnIrish! – beidh fáilte romhat!

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