Irish Second-Level Students’ Union Congratulates Students on their Junior Cert Results 2013
Today the Irish Second-level Students’ Union (ISSU) would like to wish all those receiving their Junior Certificate results today the very best of luck. However, the ISSU would also like to appeal to students to be responsible and mindful to others in their celebrations.
Results this year are broadly in line with previous years, and we are happy with the steady increases seen in the number of students taking maths at a higher level with the project maths syllabus.
The ISSU encourages all students to enjoy celebrating their well-deserved results, but to do so responsibly and to stay safe.
ISSU Education Officer, Robert O’Donnell said: “Getting your Junior Certificate results is an important milestone in most young people’s lives and I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all students on their well deserved results. We were particularly interested in the increase in students opting for higher level maths, and we look forward to analysing the results of our project maths survey to get a full picture of students’ experiences of the new syllabus”.
ISSU President, Mark Caffrey said: “Like lots of students across the country, I too will be receiving my junior cert exam results after three years of hard work that has led up to them. It is great to see more students taking higher level maths, and hopefully this will feed into a similar trend in the senior cycle.
“I’d like to congratulate all students on their hard-earned results, and encourage everyone to stay safe if they are celebrating tonight”.
If students have any issues, they can contact the ISSU on firstname.lastname@example.org / 01 443 44661