February Junior Cycle Grinds for 3rd Year Students

These classes consist of 3 hours of intensive, exam focused tuition and are suitable for students sitting Higher Level Maths in the Junior Cycle in June. Students receive a concentrated overview of the subject syllabus, with specific attention paid to likely topics and exam skills and techniques.

Booking is not currently available for this course. For further information on grinds and part-time courses please contact our main office on 01 661 3511.

Students attending these classes receive the following benefits:


To learn more about what will be covered in these February Junior Cycle grinds, please select from the subject list below:


Maths (H) Paper 1

This class provides an opportunity for students to consolidate prior learning and maximise their potential for exam success in Paper 1 of Junior Cycle Higher Level Maths.

Topics from:

  • Algebra.
  • Functions and Graphs.
  • Number theory.
  • Arithmetic.

Please bring Maths tables and calculator


Maths (H) Paper 2

This class provides an opportunity for students to consolidate prior learning and maximise their potential for exam success in Paper 2 of Junior Cycle Higher Level Maths.

Topics from:

  • Geometry.
  • Trigonometry.
  • Co-ordinate Geometry.
  • Statistics and Probability.

Please bring Maths tables and calculator

The updated timetable for 2020/21 will be available shortly.

Please note:

  • Students may opt to do one or two days of the course.
  • All classes take place on our main school campus, 79-85 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2.

Fees for 2020/21 will be available shortly.

Please note:

  • Credit Card payments accepted
  • 10% reduction for the second and subsequent members of the same family, attending the same courses. Please contact our office to avail of this discount.
  • Fees are non-transferable


Q: Can I be admitted to class without my card?

A: It is every student’s personal responsibility to ensure they have their card with them each time they attend classes at the Institute. We have the right to refuse admission to any student who does not comply with this regulation. If you have misplaced or have not received your card please come into our reception and we will issue you with a replacement or temporary card.




Q: Is there a place I can get lunch?

A: Yes, we have an onsite canteen serving a variety of sandwiches and drinks. Also, locally, there are sandwich bars and shops.


Q: Are the classes conducted ‘lecture style’ or are students free to ask questions?

A: Our teachers are very approachable and students are free to ask questions.


Q: My son/daughter is unwell and cannot attend. Can I have a refund?

A: No, there are no refunds. However, if you return the student’s admission card to us immediately, along with a short letter of explanation, at the discretion of management, a credit note can be put on the student’s file for future use or for use by a sibling.


Q: My son/daughter cannot attended the course. Can we buy the notes?

A: No. Teaching is a central part of all our courses. The notes are to facilitate recall and revision of the day’s work covered by the teacher.


Q: Am I entitled to the notes from classes that I was absent from?

A: Yes, however you must deal directly with your teacher in relation to this. Administration staff do not have access to class notes.

Teachers For This Course

Louise Boylan

Louise has almost 20 years of experience teaching Mathematics and Applied Mathematics. As one of Ireland’s first female post-primary Maths authors, Louise has co-authored 15 books to date, including the “New Concise Project Maths” series of textbooks and “Destination Maths” for Post-Primary classrooms. She has also co-authored the best-selling “Less Stress More Success” series of revision books. Louise has prepared and presented dozens of online videos for the Eir StudyHub, for students to use as a learning and revision tool. Louise has also taught revision seminars to examination candidates on the Trinity Access Programme. Louise also consults on the content of Mock Examination papers for students at both Leaving and Junior Certificate Level. Her experience in textbook writing has established Louise as one of the country’s leading experts on the Post-Primary Mathematics syllabuses and her experience of correcting with the State Examinations Commission gives her an in-depth knowledge of what is required by students to get the best results possible. Louise’s style of teaching helps to instill confidence in students by giving them the skills required to understand and master the syllabus content. Louise is a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers’ Association of Ireland.