The Study Hall in St Kieran's College

The Study Hall in St Kieran’s College

St. Kieran’s College has a proud academic record and pupils are encouraged to develop study patterns and a routine that will allow them to fulfil their potential in their time with us.  An after-school study facility affords pupils, especially those in the final year of their Leaving Certificate and Junior Certificate courses, the opportunity to work in a supervised study facility after school.

The Studyhall is a spacious room, dedicated for purpose, that runs along an entire top floor of the school building.  It allows pupils to work in a supervised environment conducive to study and is a tremendous asset for the school to have.  It has proven to be very popular with pupils and is a very successful and productive aspect of school life.  If there is an excess of demand for places, preference is given to the students in the exam classes.

Study commences at 4.15 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and runs until 6.45 pm. There is also a study session on Friday afternoon from 1.30 pm to 4.00 pm.  There is a charge for study and the teachers who organise the study club go around to classes at the start of each year outlining what the arrangements are.

Please contact Mr Archbold or Mr O’Neill if you have any further queries regarding Evening Study in the school.

Contact teachers 2018 -2019:                  Mr Kenneth Archbold & Mr Martin O’Neill.