Peter Sutherland, former European Commissioner, looks back on his days at Gonzaga College, Dublin, and UCD

I WAS never what you would call a star pupil at school and I have always been mystified by the fact that I passed the entrance test for Gonzaga College when I was eight years of age.

My education began at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Monkstown, Co Dublin and I started at Gonzaga, which was then a relatively new school, in 1954.

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