Green light for construction at Tipp School

The development includes two new state-of-the-art SET classrooms.

Primary education in the Borrisokane area is set to receive a very positive boost this week with confirmation that Kyle Park National School has received approval to proceed with the construction of two new classrooms for primary education specialist (SET).

It has been confirmed by local TD Jackie Cahill that this construction is being planned as part of the Department for Education’s Supplementary Accommodation Scheme. Deputy Minister Cahill confirmed that earlier in the day Minister Norma Foley approved the continuation of this construction work.

Speaking on the matter, Tipperary’s Fianna Fáil TD said: “I am delighted to welcome this positive news today which will see Kyle Park NS, just outside Borrisokane, benefit from the development of two brand new , at the cutting edge of technology. SET classrooms. This great news comes on top of the recent announcement of a major expansion to Borrisokane High School and I am thrilled to see this level of funding coming to the area.

“This will be a major boost for special education in the North County. I would like to thank my colleague from Fianna Fáil, Minister Norma Foley, for her work on this and I would like to sincerely congratulate the school management for their successful candidacy for the Ministry of Education. »

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