JUNIOR MATHS

Terms and Conditions

The following are the terms and conditions related to the use of the web pages located at https://juniormaths.ie/.

Visitors who use this website, including those who purchase an individual membership, a school licence or are members through a school licence (herein referred to collectively as members), are acknowledging that they have read, understand and agree to follow what is stated below.

Membership

A visitor must accurately complete the full membership checkout process in order to use the membership-only content of this website.

When purchasing a membership, a visitor agrees to be charged the amount shown at checkout. Such a payment grants that visitor permission to access all of the licenced material on this website, thereby becoming a member, until the expiration date stated therein. 

A visitor has the right to cancel their first membership for a full refund, no questions asked, as long as that request is made within 24 hours of that membership purchase. We reserve the right to refuse this request if we have evidence that suggests that a visitor has created multiple accounts.

Any requests for a refund beyond this time is instead at the discretion of Junior Maths and may be declined.

Each member is responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of their account password and agrees to notify Junior Maths of any unauthorised use of their account. In the event that someone else uses a member’s account, that member may be held liable for losses incurred by Junior Maths. Junior Maths will not be liable for any loss that a member may incur as a result of someone else using their account or password, either with or without their knowledge.

Use of a membership by more than one individual is considered a violation of these Terms and Conditions. Junior Maths reserves the right to terminate that account and access to to our licensed material without any notice or refund.

Active teachers are forbidden from purchasing an individual student membership, be it for their own personal use or for use in a classroom setting. The use of such a membership by a teacher is considered a violation of these Terms and Conditions. Junior Maths reserves the right to terminate that account and access to the Junior Maths content without any notice or refund. Legal action may also be taken due to a loss of revenue. Teachers who wish to make use of this website are instead requested to do so with the purchase of a school licence, the terms and conditions of which are outlined below.

At any point, some of the membership content (defined below) may be temporarily taken off the website so that it may be updated and improved upon. By obtaining a membership, a visitor is confirming that they accept the possibility that some of the content that we have stated as being included with a membership may not be available for their entire membership due to such updates.  

Any visitor under the age of 16 who wishes to obtain a membership on Junior Maths must have first been granted permission by a parent or guardian to obtain said membership.

Grinds

A visitor must accurately complete the full grind checkout process in order successfully book a grind.

When booking a grind, a visitor agrees to be charged the amount shown at checkout. Such a payment grants that visitor permission to attend a grind for the time and duration stated during the checkout process. 

A visitor has the right to cancel any grind for a full refund, no questions asked, as long as that request is made within 24 hours of the booking of said grind.

A changing of the timeslot of the grind can also be requested, no questions asked, if 1) at least 3 hours notice is given before the time at which the grind is due to commence and 2) a suitable timeslot is available in the corresponding calendar. Any requests for a changing of the timeslots within 3 hours is instead at the discretion of Junior Maths and may be declined.

We reserve the right to refuse either of the above requests if we believe that a visitor has been making an unreasonable amount of said requests.

Any visitor who successfully books a grind with Junior Maths will also receive a personalised password-protected web page on Junior Maths. Such visitors are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of the password needed to access this page and agrees to notify Junior Maths of any unauthorised access of that page. In the event that someone else accesses this page, that visitor may be held liable for losses incurred by Junior Maths. Junior Maths will not be liable for any loss that a visitor may incur as a result of someone else accessing this page, either with or without their knowledge.

During a grind, a student is expected to behave in a similar manner to that outlined by the “Code of Behaviour” of their school. If a student instead behaves in a manner that we believe is reducing the overall effectiveness of that grind, we reserve the right to terminate that grind without the possibility of a refund.

Any visitor under the age of 16 who wishes to book a grind on Junior Maths must have first been granted permission by a parent or guardian to book said grind.

Classes

A visitor must accurately complete the full classes checkout process in order successfully book a slot for the corresponding course of classes.

When booking this course, a visitor agrees to be charged the amount shown at checkout. Such a payment grants that visitor permission to attend a class for each of the thirty weeks of school term, the times and durations of which are stated during the checkout process.

Due to the difficulty in finding a replacement after a course has already commenced, a visitor will only be partially refunded if they wish to cancel their attendance of the classes within the course, the amount by which is outlined below:

  • 50% refund if the request made within the first 5 of the 30 classes
  • 25% refund if the request made within the first 10 of the 30 classes
  • 0% refund if the request made after the first 10 of the 30 classes

If the student, parent of guardian instead personally knows of a student who would be willing to act as a replacement, that replacement can be made as long as we have been notified of said replacement.

A changing of the timeslot of the classes can also be requested, no questions asked, if 1) at least 24 hours notice is given before the time at which the course is due to commence and 2) a suitable timeslot is available in the corresponding calendar. Any requests for a changing of the timeslots within 24 hours is instead at the discretion of Junior Maths and may be declined.

We reserve the right to refuse either of the above requests if we believe that a visitor has been making an unreasonable amount of said requests.

Any visitor who successfully books a course of said classes will also receive a free membership. Such visitors will therefore also be considered members and are therefore also bound to the terms & conditions outlined in the “Memberships” section above.

During a class, a student is expected to behave in a similar manner to that outlined by the “Code of Behaviour” of their school. If a student instead behaves in a manner that we believe is reducing the overall effectiveness of that class, we reserve the right to remove that student from that specific class. If such behaviour is repeated over multiple classes, we reserve the right to remove that student in advance from all remaining classes without the possibility of a refund.

Any visitor under the age of 16 who wishes to book a course of classes on Junior Maths must have first been granted permission by a parent or guardian to book said course.

Content

All content provided on this website, including text, illustrations, animations and videos, are considered the sole property of Junior Maths. Downloading, taking screenshots etc. of either our free or membership-only content for offline use, commercial purposes or personal gain, without prior permission, is considered a violation of these Terms and Conditions. Junior Maths reserves the right to terminate that account and access to the Junior Maths content without any notice or refund. Junior Maths also retains the right to sue on the grounds of a breach of copyright.

For copyright reasons, any photographs contained within past examination papers may have been removed and/or replaced.

Any content that is not behind a paywall, including our past examination paper solutions, including our past papers solutions, can be used in any setting, including classrooms, without requesting prior permission, as long as that content is accessed directly from our website and not downloaded etc. as discussed above.

Any attempt to access membership-only content without a membership is also considered a violation of these Terms and Conditions and may also result in legal action.

The content of the lessons are based on the official curriculum of the State Examination Commission (SEC). Junior Maths takes no responsibility if exam questions outside of this curriculum appear in any official examination.

The content of the lessons that are labelled as Higher Level only are stated as such based on the corresponding labelling within the official curriculum of the SEC. Junior Maths takes no responsibility if what we have stated as Higher Level only content appears in an Ordinary Level examination.

Snap Happy by Shane Ivers has been provided under the Creative Commons licence.

Teacher Chat

The Teacher Chat feature of this website is to be used only to request help and guidance with material on this website or other material relating to Junior Cycle Mathematics.

Any member that consistently requests answers to questions not related to the subject of Junior Cycle Mathematics may have their account terminated and their access to the Junior Maths content removed without any notice or refund.

Teacher Chat is not to be used to request Mr. Kenny to do a student’s homework for them. Members who consistently make such requests may have their account terminated and their access to the Junior Maths content removed without any notice or refund.

All members are requested not to use vulgar or obscene language when using the Teacher Chat feature. Likewise, the attachments of any files not related to mathematics, particularly those of a graphic or sexual nature, are considered a violation of these Terms and Conditions. Junior Maths reserves the right to terminate such accounts and access to the Junior Maths content without any notice or refund.

The attachment of a third party file is only permitted if the transfer of that content is allowed according to the Terms and Conditions of that third party. Junior Maths takes no responsibility if a member violates the policy of a third party by attaching copyright-protected files.

School Licence

When purchasing a school licence, the school agrees to be charged the amount that was agreed upon. A refund can be requested, no questions asked, within 24 hours of a school licence purchase. Any requests for a refund beyond this time is at the discretion of Junior Maths and may be declined.

A school licence grants permission for the agreed upon number of teacher and student accounts to be created and used at that school. Both the students and teachers are therefore also considered members and are therefore also bound to the same terms & conditions as outlined in the “Memberships” section above.

If any teacher wishes to use Junior Maths at more than one school, a distinct school licence must be purchased for each school. The distribution of accounts obtained from one school licence to multiple schools, or indeed to any individuals not associated with that school, is considered a violation of these Terms and Conditions. Junior Maths reserves the right to terminate that account and access to the Junior Maths content without any notice or refund. Junior Maths also retains the right to sue on the grounds of a breach of contract and a loss of revenue.

Mock Exams

The mock exams that we have provided are for the exclusive use of members of Junior Maths and are bound by the terms & conditions as outlined in the “Content” section above.

As with all mock exams, they are not affiliated with, nor endorsed by, the SEC. The content of the mock exams are, however, based upon the official curriculum of the SEC. Junior Maths takes no responsibility if any questions in any official examination do not resemble those included in these mock exams.

Privacy Policy

Our Privacy Policy is considered part of these Terms and Conditions. Therefore, visitors and members can only agree to these Terms and Conditions if they also agree with our Privacy Policy.

Additional Resources

At the end of each lesson topic, we provide external links to third party websites. Members who visit these websites are recommended to read the corresponding terms and conditions of these websites, of which Junior Maths is in no way affiliated. These links should not also not be considered as an endorsement of these websites.

Amendments

Junior Maths reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions at any time. Any such amendments become effective immediately after such amendments are made.

A member’s continued use of Junior Maths following the addition of such amendments constitutes that member’s acceptance of said amendments.