Was very sad to hear about Mr E. I think he will be fondly remembered by all of his students. Both he and Mr Cooke (with their vastly different teaching styles) started me on a path to post-grad studies in medicine/science. I remember fondly that he never ridiculed, never denigrated or alienated any student in his class, regardless of ability. He only asked for interest, attention, enthusiasm and mutual respect, while never raising his voice. Eccentric, entertaining and thoughtful.
Ahh, Tadhg Galvin. If you were fascinated by chemistry you might enjoy his meandering classes and droning voice but if you were an average kid he'd put you into a fecking coma. At least a dozen kids would be napping halfway through one of his classes. He would bounce around from the end of the chemistry book, to the start, straight to the middle and all over the place. Had to get a grind in the end. A very nice man but poor communication with beginners and very, very dull
Great man, bored a lot of the others, but he inspired my interest in chemistry/science which led to me doing a PhD. Have himself and paul cooke to thank in ways. Wish him well.
What a cool man. Always had time for his students and always took an interest in my guitar playing. heard he got very ill a while back hope he is well.Top Bloke
A good teacher, although only had him for a few months in 5th year before he got very sick. Replacements weren't up to the same standard.
His classes were very boring.But ask him a question and hed help you.Loved when he used to take us to the lab.To be fair he got me a C in Biology.- S Carroll
Very nice man. Again one of a the reasons school was bearable for. Also ways enjoyed his class. Good gutairest to...!:) Mark C94
Had him for LC 98, there was substitute teachers for 60% of those 2 years. Not his fault but it was disgraceful.
very honest and good man long may he keep up the good work
This chap was cool. He was easy to get on with. Not always very clear but the we liked him coz he was cool with us.