Mother whose son was offered a place at Irish language school despite not speaking Gaelic slams Stormont over the transfer mess


The mother of an academically brilliant boy from Belfast who did not get a place in a high school – but was offered a place in an Irish language school despite not speaking Gaelic – has warned the children would suffer long-term damage from the transfer fiasco.

Jack, the 11-year-old son of Aura Moreland, an A * student, was denied a place in the four grammars he chose.


Sylvester L. Goldfarb