Community schools all over the country have adapted to Covid-19 by offering classes either online or a mix of face-to-face and online.
St Colmcille’s Community School in Dublin 16’s Knocklyon has responded to these unprecedented times by offering a variety of online classes.
All classes will be through the online platform, Zoom, and will run for six weeks. Starting on 2 November, the classes will take participants nicely up to Christmas – a welcome break for everyone this year.
When we travel again
For those thinking of holidaying in 2021, French and Spanish will prepare you for that holiday in Paris or Rome, the Riviera or Lake Garda!
Bridge and Creative Writing will keep brains ticking over – with writers having plenty of time this winter to tease out character angles and plot lines.
Mind, body, spirit
Pilates will be useful in keeping people supple while Daoist Yoga and Qi Gong tend to the physical, mental, and spiritual needs of practitioners.
And, if you feel Christmas needs to be different to any other year, the Italian Cookery class will certainly shake things up!
Lifelong learning during the pandemic
This year, as Ireland enters its second year, make lifelong learning all the more important. Hobbies and leisure activities are vital in terms of physical and mental health. As the nights close in, open up your digital device, and welcome in a new world and a new community to your life.
Find out more about night classes in St Colmcille’s Community School, Knocklyon, Dublin 16 on their website, Facebook and Twitter.