24 January 2024

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Call on Government to speed up delivery of new national school in Tuam

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Call on Government to speed up delivery of new national school in Tuam

A call has been made for the Government to speed up the delivery of a new national school campus for Tuam.

Trinity National School was formed in September 2019 from the amalgmation of three national schools-St Pats National School, Mercy National School and Presentation National School.

But Minister for Education Norma Foley has now said she can’t give a timeline for delivery in a written response to Galway East TD Sean Canney.

Deputy Canney has said that it’s unacceptablethere has been little progress on the site:

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