Minister for Disability and Fianna Fáil TD for Galway East, Anne Rabbitte, has welcomed confirmation of a large-scale two school development on the Dublin Road, Tuam.

Details provided to Minister Rabbitte on Monday include the provision of 41-classroom investment for Trinity Primary School, with 5-class base SEN rooms, through the delivery of a new multi-story building. Also being provided is 8 classrooms for Tuam Educate Together primary school, with 2-classbase SEN rooms, through the reformatting, repurposing and deep energy retrofit of the existing school.

Minister Rabbitte commented:

This is a major investment in schools in Tuam and is very welcome news for parents and families in the area. This will give both Trinity Primary School and Tuam Educate Together a more concrete future and allow the schools plan for the years ahead.

Not only are we seeing almost 50 classrooms being added into the mix but 7 of these will be for supporting special educational needs. There is a great need for such additional supports and it’s good to see this included in the plans here.

I want to thank my colleague, the Minister for Education Norma Foley, for such a large-scale investment in Tuam. I’ve spoken to Minister Foley and her officials a number of times about the importance of this investment and it’s fabulous to see it now delivered.

and she continued:

The investment in Galway schools since this government came into office in June 2020 has been massive and it’s good to see Galway getting its fair share,” Minister Rabbitte concluded.

Minister for Disability and Fianna Fáil TD for Galway East, Anne Rabbitte, has welcomed confirmation of a large-scale two school development on the Dublin Road, Tuam.

Details provided to Minister Rabbitte on Monday include the provision of 41-classroom investment for Trinity Primary School, with 5-class base SEN rooms, through the delivery of a new multi-story building. Also being provided is 8 classrooms for Tuam Educate Together primary school, with 2-classbase SEN rooms, through the reformatting, repurposing and deep energy retrofit of the existing school.

Minister Rabbitte commented,

This is a major investment in schools in Tuam and is very welcome news for parents and families in the area. This will give both Trinity Primary School and Tuam Educate Together a more concrete future and allow the schools plan for the years ahead.

Not only are we seeing almost 50 classrooms being added into the mix but 7 of these will be for supporting special educational needs. There is a great need for such additional supports and it’s good to see this included in the plans here.I want to thank my colleague, the Minister for Education Norma Foley, for such a large-scale investment in Tuam. I’ve spoken to Minister Foley and her officials a number of times about the importance of this investment and it’s fabulous to see it now delivered.

and she concluded:

The investment in Galway schools since this government came into office in June 2020 has been massive and it’s good to see Galway getting its fair share.

 

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