Press release issued by Simon Harris TD on Friday, November 2nd 2018…
Minister Simon Harris has confirmed that the Greystones Primary School, Gaelscoil Na Clocha Liatha has been cleared to re-open following mid-term inspections by the Department of Education.
Minister Harris confirming the news said: “I am pleased to confirm that the Department of Education have now completed the assessment of Gaelscoil Na Clocha Liatha. Following the assessment, the Department are happy for the school to reopen after the mid-term break with no additional works needed.
“Obviously this has been a very worrying time for the staff and parents of the school, so, I am pleased that assurances have now been given so the school can reopen as normal after the mid-term.”
This is the second time the Blacklion school was closed by the Department this year, after structural concerns at 30 schools built by Western Building Systems between 2008 and 2013. Who just happen to be building the new Greystones Community National School in Charlesland.
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