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St. Hripsime Armenian Sunday School

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St. Hripsime Armenian Sunday School was established in Dubliin in 2009 thanks to the joint efforts of members of the Armenian community and the active support of the Armenian Honorary Consulate in Ireland. The school was established in recognition of the fact that Armenian children in Ireland did not have opportunities to study Armenian language,Read more …

Location and Terms

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Location The school is currently housed at the Taney Parish Centre in Dundrum, Dublin. How to get to Taney By Car Christ Church and The Parish Centre is located on Taney Road. By LUAS Taney is served by the Green line.  The Dundrum stop is across the road from St Nahi’s Church and about 100Read more …

Enrolling

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Students Students are accepted from the age of 3 onwards. Students are assessed and may be placed among a different age group according to their proficiency in the Armenian language. For students over the age of 12+ we have volunteer lecturers and group leaders on different subjects and activities. These lectures are related to ArmenianRead more …

Structure

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Classes Pre-School Class: Children aged between 3 and 5 years old, or children who don’t speak Armenian Teacher: Ms. Silva Ayvazyan Subjects: Armenian Alphabet, Coloring, Singing, Games, Fairy-Tales and Poems. Junior Class: Children aged between 5 and 8 years old Teacher: Ms. Liana Iskandaryan Subjects: Armenian Alphabet, Reading, Writing, Coloring, Singing, Games, Fairy-Tales and Poems. Senior Class: Children aged between 9 and 13Read more …

History

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St. Hripsime Armenian Sunday School was established in Dublin in 2009 thanks to the joint efforts of members of the Armenian community and the active support of the Armenian Honorary Consulate in Ireland. The school was established in recognition of the fact that Armenian children in Ireland did not have opportunities to study Armenian language,Read more …