21 Tipperary schools to benefit under summer works scheme

A further 21 schools across Tipperary will be able to undertake school improvements this summer following the announcement the of the recent Summer Work’s Scheme.

A further 21 schools across Tipperary will be able to undertake school improvements this summer following the announcement the of the recent Summer Work’s Scheme.

“I am delighted that these schools in Tipperary will benefit from the scheme this year. €36m has been allocated countrywide for vital school works such as window repair and replacement, upgrading of science and specialist rooms and external improvements such as upgrading of school perimeter fences and walls. These works will be carried out in schools over the summer months, when the pupils are on holidays, so the disruption in the schools will

be kept to a minimum,” said local TD and Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly.

The schools are: Loch Mor Maigh NS, Templemore; SN An Grainseach, Clonmel; Eochaille Ara NS, Newtown, Nenagh; Boher NS, Boher, Ballina / Killaloe; SN Phadraig Naofa, Borrisokane; SN Teampall Doire, Nenagh; Scoil Na mBraithre, Tipperary; SN Micheal Naofa, Holycross; Monard NS, Monard; Ballyneale NS, Carrick-on-Suir; SN Lua Naofa, Lorrha; SN Chluainin, Clonmel; St Colmcilles Primary School, Templemore; Tipperary Jnr BNS, Tipperary; Portroe NS, Portroe; S N Iosef Naofa, Templemore; The Abbey CBS, Tipperary; Presentation Secondary School, Clonmel; Colaiste Phobáil Ros Cré, Roscrea; St Mary’s Secondary School, Nenagh; Scoil Ruain, Killenaule.