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Parents vow to march on Dáil to solve school space crisis

Wednesday, 16th January, 2019 8:30am

Story by Siobhan Holliman
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Parents vow to march on Dáil to solve school space crisis

Principal of Tuam Educate Together primary school Nuala Bourke. Photo: Ray Ryan

Parents vow to march on Dáil to solve school space crisis

Principal of Tuam Educate Together primary school Nuala Bourke. Photo: Ray Ryan

TUAM’S Educate Together primary school won’t be able to take in any new junior infant pupils in September unless the Department of Education moves quickly to provide additional space for the school.
An estimated 100 concerned parents attended a meeting on Monday night where the dire accommodation shortage at the school was presented.

They supported a petition calling on the Education Minister to intervene and pledged to protest at the Dáil if the matter isn't promptly resolved.

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