South East Learning Centre opens new premises

By david tucker

Published 15/09/2015 | 00:00

Brian Lally, Ray Corish, Kevin Breen, Madeleine Quirke and Lolo Lazaro at the opening.
Brian Lally, Ray Corish, Kevin Breen, Madeleine Quirke and Lolo Lazaro at the opening.

The South East Learning Centre has officially opened the doors of its new premises in Mary Street, Wexford.

'We are delighted to present our new premises as our new permanent location,' said Kevin Breen at the official unveiling at Kirwan House, one of the best known Georgian houses in the town that has now been turned into a grind school.

'Our building refurbishment is now nearing completion and we are confident it is the ideal working environment for our students and our teachers alike,' said Kevin.

Established in Wexford Town in 2003, the South East Learning Centre is the place of choice for students who need extra tuition in their studies. With professional teachers, small classes and a warm and comfortable environment, its reputation for quality tuition is second to none. As well as students from all the local schools, its student base's reach extends to New Ross, Enniscorthy, Gorey and even Wicklow and Waterford.

From Junior Cert to Leaving Cert and Third Level, it can cater to students whose needs include Mathematics, Irish, English, French, Japanese, Chemistry, Biology, Accounting and Business Studies.

In October 2014, under the management of mathematician Kevin, the centre took ownership Kirwan House.

Years of 'modernisation' were carefully stripped back and the building has been restored to much of its former splendour.

The centre boasts five classrooms, reception and extensive kitchen facilities. Wifi is provided free to all. There is ample parking nearby and it is situated within walking distance of all of Wexford's schools. In 2014, the centre, together with other Wexford businesses, established the South East Learning Network, which has since been providing IT and web training courses.

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