RTE has revealed that the class will run from April 29, which is the official start of the Spring term of Ireland’s Year 6.
The class will start on the weekend of April 28th at 5.30pm at Dublin’s Connolly Gardens.
This will be followed by a short training session at the Derry Airport on the same day, followed by an afternoon train to Dublin’s airport.
This is a significant time for the State to introduce the new classes, with students arriving in Ireland from all over the world.
This class is a chance to take part in a very new Irish experience, and it is a fantastic opportunity for young people to get an insight into what it means to be an Irish citizen in 2017.
Irish students can join in the classes by signing up to be part of a special ‘Spring Summer School’ programme that is part of the spring term.
The first of these Spring Summer School sessions will be held on March 5, 2018 at 7.30am.
This will see students take part from 8:00am to 7:00pm.
There will also be a series of other Spring Summer Schools that will take place throughout the year, starting with a Spring Summer Session in March 2019, followed later in the month by a Summer Session.
These sessions will also include a presentation on Irish language, culture and history.
Students will also have a chance of meeting other young Irish people from around the world, and will be given opportunities to learn more about the Irish community and to make new friends.
The Spring Summer Sessions will run until March 23rd, 2019, and the Summer Sessions from April 1st to February 24th 2019, so there will be a total of 11 sessions during the spring and summer terms of the Year 6 programme.
The ‘Spring Session’ will also offer the opportunity to attend a special Spring Summer Class in May 2019.
Irish schools will also continue to have regular sessions for the ‘Spring Term of Ireland’, which is being held on May 3rd, 2018, from 5.00pm to 8.00 pm at St Stephen’s Green.
Students from all levels can sign up to take advantage of this programme.
The ‘Spring Year of Ireland’ programme will run for five years, and students from the State will receive the opportunity for a further five years to continue learning, while the Government will provide support to Irish students and support to families.