* Comprehensive terms and conditions:
Essential terms and conditions for pupils attending classes.
A pupil who fails to attend a scheduled class does not get discount or refund.
The only exception to that is when the teacher is unable to take the class and a new date is set to make up for that missed class.
When a pupil misses a class there is no obligation for the teacher to reschedule that class. The class is missed and not replaced.
There may be an occasion that out of goodwill the teacher will make a rescheduled lesson available on an agreed time and date.
This rescheduled replacement class may incur an extra lesson fee.
Advance booking deposits are accepted.
But it is required that full term fees are paid on the day of the first lesson.
There are three terms in a Callander Year. The terms can run from 12 to 15 weeks.
The terms follow the same general timetable as primary and secondary schools.
Example cost of a 12 week term fee would be €180 and payment would be due on the first day of the new term.
Pupils are expected to be well behaved and be on time for classes.
Pupils under parent or guardian supervision must be presented to classes on time.
Pupils under parent and guardian supervision must be collected at the end of each class.
Anna class. Advanced. Part one.
WXN TRAILBLAZER 2014..
HIDDEN HEARING HEROES AWARD 2012..
HIDDEN HEARING HEROES AWARD 2012..with HHH CEO Stephen Leddy, and Brenda O'Donoghue RTE
People Of The Year Award 2013.CEO REHAB Angela Kerins and Orla O'Sullivan
Orla O'Sullivan and CDA Manager Gerrie O'Grady, at the launch of her first CD "Sound Senses" at the Cork School of Music on July 23rd, 2010
Orla' O'Sullivan and Dr. Evelyn Grant (Lecturer, Cork School of Music), who launched Orla's album and gave a wonderful speech about the CD and Orla's musical life
Carl Plover (assistant manager or Cork Deaf Association), Orla O Sullivan, and Neil Ashworth (manager of the National Council for the Blind in Ireland). Both Carl and Neil made speeches at the CD launch.
Orla O Sullivan and Dr Evelyn Grant (CSM). Orla gave a recital in the concourse of the Cork School of Music introduced by Dr Evelyn Grant. This was part of the Cork Lifelong Learning Festival which is an opportunity for people involved in all forms of learning in Cork to celebrate and showcase their activities. Please click here to learn more about this amazing festival.
The poster below relates to the appearance as guest speaker at Monasterevin Lenten Faith Lectures, 2014.