Fine Gael Senator for Cavan and Monaghan, Joe O’Reilly is pleased that the Department of Education and Skills has allocated funding to St. Felim’s National School, Bailieborough for a new mainstream classroom with ensuite toilets, and a new WC for assisted users.
“I am delighted that funding is being allocated to St. Felim’s National School in Bailieborough for a new mainstream classroom with ensuite toilets, and a new WC for assisted users.
“The provision of additional classrooms to schools across Cavan and Monaghan is essential in order to ensure sufficient school places exist in every community across the constituency.
“It is of the utmost importance that this Government continues to invest in educational infrastructure in Cavan and Monaghan, and across the country, in order to ensure that our children receive the best education possible in an environment which is conducive to their learning.
“We must work to ensure that students are provided with the greatest benefit possible from our education system, and in order to achieve this, it is essential that we provide our schools with the necessary resources to support both students and teachers.
“I will continue to actively engage with the Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton TD, and his Department in order to ensure the needs of all schools in Cavan and Monaghan are kept to the fore of the Department’s agenda, particularly in relation to the upkeep of our local schools, and their future development.”