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Temporary accommodation for Trim Educate Together agreed

Friday, 28th March, 2014 3:41pm

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Temporary accommodation for Trim Educate Together agreed

A well attended public meeting was held by Educate Together in Trim on Tuesday night.

Temporary accommodation for Trim Educate Together agreed

A well attended public meeting was held by Educate Together in Trim on Tuesday night.

Trim’s new Educate Together School will be located in the Teaguestown Creche for the coming school year, it has been confirmed.
In recent weeks the Department of Education announced a new national school for Trim under the patronage of Educate Together which will open in September.
Educate Together Regional Development Officer and school manager Gerry McKevitt has confirmed that the department has reached agreement with the owners of Teaguestown Creche in Trim regarding the use of the creche for the coming year. The creche is located close to the Knightsbrook Hotel in the town.
The temporary accommodation arrangements were announced at a well attended public meeting which took place in the Knightsbrook Hotel on Tuesday night, 25th March.
Mr McKevitt said: “Some building work will need to be carried out and subject to planning, this should be completed for the school opening in September.
“Now that we have clarity regarding the accommodation arrangements we will begin offering Junior Infant places starting Monday 31st March. The process to appoint the new principal has also begun and we hope to be in a position to announce the sucessful candidate before the end of April.”
Further information regarding the new school can be found at www.educatetogether.ie/trim and a pre-enrolment form can be downloaded for parents/guardians interested in securing a place in the new school.

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