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Aimee Ní Bhraonáin, a Coláiste Oiriall TY student from Glaslough, received an presentation from the Business and Law Departments in the Aula Maxima, Maynooth University in recognition of achieving a grade A in higher level Business Studies in the 2015 Junior Certificate examination.

She also represented her three peers, namely Alison Nic Giolla Bhríde, Zach Ó Mealláin and Aoibhín Ní Fhionnagáin, who also achieved higher level As in J.C. Business Studies. Coláiste Oiriall Business teacher, múinteoir Seán Mac Thaidhg accepted a presentation on behalf of the school. A reception followed in the Pugin Hall.

Thaistil Aimee Ní Bhraonáin, a muintir agus a múinteoir Gnó i gColáiste Oiriall go hOllscoil Mhaigh Nuad an tseachtain seo chuaigh thart chun glacadh le bronnadh de bharr fheabhas a cuid torthaí scrúduithe. Tá Coláiste Oiriall bródúil as Aimee, Alison, Zach agus Aoibhín an na torthaí sarmhaithe i Staidéar Gnó an Teastais Shóisearaigh a bhaint amach agus tá muid ag súil leis go mbeidh sé ina dhúshraith ag a gcuid oibre don Ardteist.

Maynooth University, in association with the Business Studies Teachers Association of Ireland, wished to publically recognise excellence in Junior Certificate Higher Level Business Studies and to recognise schools’ contribution to teaching of excellence in the discipline, while also acknowledging all students who achieved an ‘A’ grade in their 2015 higher level Business Studies junior certificate exam.

 

At the Maynooth University Excellence in Junior Certificate Business Studies Presentation Ceremony: ó chlé, Val Brennan, Teresa Brennan, Aimee Ní Bhraonáin, representing Coláiste Oiriall students, Professor Philip Nolan, Uachtarán Ollscoil Mhaigh Nuad agus Seán Mac Thaidhg, múinteoir Gnó Choláiste Oiriall At the Maynooth University Excellence in Junior Certificate Business Studies Presentation Ceremony: ó chlé, Val Brennan, Teresa Brennan, Aimee Ní Bhraonáin, representing Coláiste Oiriall students, Professor Philip Nolan, Uachtarán Ollscoil Mhaigh Nuad agus Seán Mac Thaidhg, múinteoir Gnó Choláiste Oiriall