Written Answers

The following are questions tabled by Members for written response and the ministerial replies as received on the day from the Departments [unrevised].
Questions Nos. 1 to 17, inclusive, answered orally.

Educational Disadvantage

Seán Crowe

Ceist:

18 Deputy Seán Crowe asked the Minister for Education and Skills the number of additional staff that have been allocated for Traveller pupils under DEIS for the 2011/2012 school year; and the number of teachers that have been allocated for this purpose for each of the past three years. [9830/11]

No additional posts were allocated for Traveller pupils under DEIS in each of the past three years because Traveller pupils in all schools, including those in the DEIS programme, were supported under the Resource Teacher for Travellers scheme, which, the Deputy will be aware was discontinued by the previous Government.

However, up to this year, Traveller pupils were not included in the valid enrolment for the purposes of implementing the more favourable Pupil Teacher Ratios in DEIS schools. As I indicated in my response to his question of 24 March, Traveller pupils have been included in the valid enrolment for the purpose of allocating additional staffing under DEIS from the 2011/12 school year. I can now advise the Deputy that 81 posts have been provided for this purpose.

School Management

Mary Lou McDonald

Ceist:

19 Deputy Mary Lou McDonald asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will outline the powers of a school patron to authorise the dismissal of a teacher; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9842/11]

Responsibility for running schools on a day-to-day basis is devolved from the patron to the board of management and this was statutorily underpinned by Section 14 of the Education Act 1998.

Section 24 of the Education Act 1998 provides that the appointment, suspension and dismissal of teachers are the responsibility of boards of management. In the case of VEC schools, section 20 of the Vocational Education (Amendment) Act 2001 provides that the appointment of teachers and other staff are a matter for each VEC. Removal from office of a VEC officeholder is provided for by section 8 of the Vocational Education (Amendment) Act 2001 and requires a decision of the Minister.

Under Circulars 59/2009 (VEC schools) and 60/2009 (all other schools) procedures were agreed relating to both professional competence issues and procedures relating to work, conduct and matters other than professional competence. This agreement was made under the terms of Towards 2016 and the procedures were issued in September 2009.

The procedures serve a dual purpose in that they provide a framework which enables schools to maintain satisfactory standards, and for teachers and principals to have access to procedures whereby alleged failures to comply with these standards may be fairly and sensitively addressed.

Matters of professional competence are dealt with through a process which allows for informal counselling and the use of internal and external supports such as the Employee Assistance Service and relevant educational support services. Only when the informal procedures are unsuccessful in addressing professional competence issues are the formal stages invoked which may at the end of the process have recourse to disciplinary action (up to and including dismissal).

Matters of conduct follow a similarly staged procedure. However, in the cases of serious misconduct at work or a threat to health and safety to children or other personnel in the school the stages outlined above do not normally apply and a teacher may be dismissed without recourse to the previous stages. A teacher may also be placed on administrative leave on full pay pending an investigation and the conclusion of any appeal process.

As is the norm with any profession it is a matter for the individual teacher, in the first instance, to maintain appropriate standards of work and conduct, and to personally address such issues if and when they arise. Furthermore it is a teacher's responsibility and obligation to ensure that he or she avails fully of all opportunities of assistance towards remediation of such issues.

Training Programmes

Gerry Adams

Ceist:

20 Deputy Gerry Adams asked the Minister for Education and Skills his plans to provide 30,000 additional training places across the education and training system; and the location of same. [9837/11]

The Programme for Government contains a commitment that the Government will provide 30,000 additional training places across the education and training system.

The Programme for Government also outlines that, within the first 100 days of taking office, the Government will provide a Jobs Initiative which will contain some 15,000 of those places in training, work experience and educational opportunities for those who are out of work.

Details of these additional activation places will be contained in the forthcoming Jobs Initiative, which is due to be published later this month.

Once the Jobs Initiative has been launched my Department will work to deliver the additional education and training places on top of my Department's existing wide range of training and education supports for the unemployed.

School Accommodation

Pearse Doherty

Ceist:

21 Deputy Pearse Doherty asked the Minister for Education and Skills his plans to phase out the inefficient renting of school prefabs; the number and cost of prefab rental contracts to which the State is currently tied; and the dates on which they cease. [9848/11]

My Department is currently developing new procedures and systems for the provision of temporary accommodation with a view to achieving best value for money. These include the development of standard specifications for temporary accommodation, the development of new contractual terms to incorporate buy-out and relocation options to cater for individual local circumstances and appropriately protect the interests of my Department and school authorities.

A change in policy implemented by my Department is to provide devolved grant aid for the purchase (rather than rental) of additional accommodation where the need for such accommodation is likely to exist for more than 3 years. Furthermore, since July 2008, it is also policy to offer schools being approved for devolved grant aid for additional accommodation the option to use their capital grant aid to build a permanent classroom(s) rather than purchase a prefab. These policies will reduce the usage of prefabricated accommodation and, particularly, the incidence of long term rental of prefabs.

In September 2009, 2,037 prefab units were been rented by Primary and Post-Primary schools and this number has been reduced to 1,707. It should be noted that a prefab unit may consist of one or more classrooms and/or ancillary accommodation and that expenditure incurred on the maintenance or upkeep of rented prefab units is generally included in the rental contract between the prefab provider and the school authorities. €29.2m has been allocated in 2011 to cover the rental cost of accommodation at primary and post-primary levels including an allocation of €25m to cover the rental cost of prefabs.

Prefab rental contracts generally range from six months to three years with an option to renew at the end of each contract period. The following list provides the detailed information on the contract periods for the prefab rentals currently on hands.

Rented Prefab Units as at 3rd May 2011

Roll No.

School Name

Address

Town/ Townland

County

Desc. of rental

Start Date

Approx. End Date

20370V

Saplings School

Carlow

Carlow

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

01415K

Scoil Phadraig

Rathoe

Carlow

Carlow

Pre-fab

01/09/07

01/09/11

04077I

St Brigids NS

Grange

Tullow

Carlow

Pre-fab

01/08/05

30/06/12

11135K

St Mary’s NS

Bagenalstown

Carlow

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

16080N

St Phadraig Naofa

Tullow

Carlow

Pre-fab

14/12/07

30/06/12

16080N

St Phadraig Naofa

Tullow

Carlow

Pre-fab

14/12/07

30/06/12

17501Q

Bennekerry NS

Bennekerry

Carlow

Pre-fab

01/09/10

01/09/11

17501Q

Bennekerry NS

Bennekerry

Carlow

Pre-fab

01/09/10

01/09/11

17514C

Clonegal NS

Clonegal

Carlow

Pre-fab

01/12/08

30/06/12

17994T

SN Fhoirtcheim

Muinebeag

Carlow

Pre-fab

01/09/08

01/09/11

17994T

SN Fhoirtcheim

Muinebeag

Carlow

Pre-fab

19/09/06

30/06/12

19477J

Holy Family BNS

Askea

Tullow Rd

Carlow

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

19477J

Holy Family BNS

Askea

Tullow Rd

Carlow

Pre-fab

01/11/07

30/06/11

61140K

St. Leo’s College

Dublin Road

Carlow

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

61140K

St. Leo’s College

Dublin Road

Carlow

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

61140K

St. Leo’s College

Dublin Road

Carlow

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

61140K

St. Leo’s College

Dublin Road

Carlow

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

61140K

St. Leo’s College

Dublin Road

Carlow

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

61140K

St. Leo’s College

Dublin Road

Carlow

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

08453H

Crubany NS

Crubany

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

08453H

Crubany NS

Crubany

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/11/07

31/08/11

08490N

St Clare’s PS

Ardmhuire

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

08490N

St. Clare’s PS

Ardmhuire

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

08490N

St. Clare’s PS

Ardmhuire

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16057S

Convent of Mercy NS

Belturbet

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/07

01/09/12

16057S

Convent of Mercy NS

Belturbet

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/07

01/09/12

16083T

St Mary’s NS

Bailieboro Road

Virginia

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16083T

St Mary’s NS

Bailieboro Road

Virginia

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

16083T

St Mary’s NS

Bailieboro Road

Virginia

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

16083T

St Mary’s NS

Bailieboro Road

Virginia

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/08/06

30/06/12

16083T

St Mary’s NS

Bailieboro Road

Virginia

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

16083T

St Mary’s NS

Bailieboro Road

Virginia

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/12

16083T

St Mary’s NS

Bailieboro Road

Virginia

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/12

16083T

St Mary’s NS

Bailieboro Road

Virginia

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

16959M

Curravagh NS

Curravagh

Glangevlin

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

17326B

St Felim’s NS

Farnham St

Cavan

Pre-fab

17/11/04

30/06/12

17625L

Knocktemple NS

Virginia

Virginia

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18857O

Carrigabruise NS

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

19608V

St Kilian’s NS

Mullagh

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/11

19608V

St Kilian’s NS

Mullagh

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

19608V

St Kilian’s NS

Mullagh

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/11

19608V

St Kilian’s NS

Mullagh

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

19608V

St Kilian’s NS

Mullagh

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/11

19608V

St Kilian’s NS

Mullagh

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

19608V

St Kilian’s NS

Mullagh

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/09/04

30/06/11

19608V

St Kilian’s NS

Mullagh

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/08/10

01/08/11

19871N

Scoil Naomh Padraig

Killinagh

Blacklion

Cavan

Pre-fab

06/10/01

30/06/12

70390L

Virginia College

Keadue

Cavan

Pre-fab

01/08/09

31/07/12

70390L

Virginia College

Keadue

Cavan

Pre-fab

13/07/10

30/06/11

70390L

Virginia College

Keadue

Cavan

Pre-fab

13/07/10

30/06/11

70390L

Virginia College

Keadue

Cavan

Pre-fab

13/07/10

30/06/11

04919H

St John’s NS

Cratloe

Clare

Pre-fab

16/10/06

30/06/12

04919H

St John’s NS

Cratloe

Clare

Pre-fab

16/10/06

30/06/12

13870E

Kilkishen NS

Ennis

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

14111L

Cross NS

Kilrush

Kilrush

Clare

Pre-fab

01/06/07

31/12/12

14757N

Scoil na Mainstreach

Quin

Clare

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/12

15301V

Kildysart NS

Ennis road

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

15301V

Kildysart NS

Ennis road

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16186G

Inch NS

Ennis

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

01/08/06

30/06/12

16677C

CBS Bunscoil Inis Senior School

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

04/12/08

30/06/12

16677C

CBS Bunscoil Inis Senior School

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/99

30/06/12

16677C

CBS Bunscoil Inis Senior School

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/99

30/06/12

16677C

CBS Bunscoil Inis Senior School

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

01/01/01

30/06/12

16677C

CBS Bunscoil Inis Senior School

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

25/08/10

30/06/13

16908S

Sixmilebridge NS

Sixmilebridge

Clare

Pre-fab

01/07/07

30/06/12

16908S

Sixmilebridge NS

Sixmilebridge

Clare

Pre-fab

28/08/06

30/06/12

16908S

Sixmilebridge NS

Sixmilebridge

Clare

Pre-fab

28/08/06

30/06/12

16908S

Sixmilebridge NS

Sixmilebridge

Clare

Pre-fab

28/08/06

30/06/12

16946D

Parteen NS

Parteen

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

16946D

Parteen NS

Parteen

Clare

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/12

17583V

Knockanean NS

Knockanean

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/11

17583V

Knockanean NS

Knockanean

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

17583V

Knockanean NS

Knockanean

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

17583V

Knockanean NS

Knockanean

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

17583V

Knockanean NS

Knockanean

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

18639E

Ballynacally NS

Ennis

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

01/02/08

31/01/11

19274S

St. Conaire’s NS

Shannon

Clare

Pre-fab

01/05/07

30/06/12

19274S

St. Conaire’s NS

Shannon

Clare

Pre-fab

01/05/07

30/06/12

19274S

St. Conaire’s NS

Shannon

Clare

Pre-fab

01/05/07

30/06/12

19849U

GS Donncha Rua

Bóthar Linne

Sionna

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/12

19849U

GS Donncha Rua

Bóthar Linne

Sionna

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/12

19849U

GS Donncha Rua

Bóthar Linne

Sionna

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/12

19849U

GS Donncha Rua

Bóthar Linne

Sionna

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/12

20041C

St. Senan’s Conv

Kilrush

Clare

Pre-fab

24/05/07

30/06/12

20041C

St. Senan’s Conv

Kilrush

Clare

Pre-fab

24/05/07

30/06/12

20041C

St. Senan’s Conv

Kilrush

Clare

Pre-fab

24/05/07

30/06/12

20075T

St. Mochulla’s NS

Tulla

Clare

Pre-fab

24/09/07

30/06/12

20086B

Ennis Educate Together NS

Gort Road

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

01/02/08

30/06/11

20086B

Ennis Educate Together NS

Gort Road

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

01/02/08

30/06/11

20086B

Ennis Educate Together NS

Gort Road

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

01/02/08

30/06/11

20086B

Ennis Educate Together NS

Gort Road

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

01/02/08

30/06/11

20086B

Ennis Educate Together NS

Gort Road

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

01/02/08

30/06/11

20086B

Ennis Educate Together NS

Gort Road

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

01/02/08

30/06/11

20086B

Ennis Educate Together NS

Gort Road

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

01/02/08

30/06/11

20086B

Ennis Educate Together NS

Gort Road

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

01/02/08

30/06/11

20086B

Ennis Educate Together NS

Gort Road

Ennis

Clare

Pre-fab

01/02/08

30/06/11

20245S

Scoil Mhainchin, Ennistymon NS

Ennistymon

Clare

Pre-fab

05/11/07

30/06/11

20245S

Scoil Mhainchin, Ennistymon NS

Ennistymon

Clare

Pre-fab

05/11/07

30/06/11

20245S

Scoil Mhainchin, Ennistymon NS

Ennistymon

Clare

Pre-fab

05/11/07

30/06/11

20245S

Scoil Mhainchin, Ennistymon NS

Ennistymon

Clare

Pre-fab

05/11/07

30/06/11

20313J

Mol an Oige NS

Ennistymon

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/11

20313J

Mol an Oige NS

Ennistymon

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/11

20313J

Mol an Oige NS

Ennistymon

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/11

20313J

Mol an Oige NS

Ennistymon

Clare

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/11

20313J

Mol an Oige NS

Ennistymon

Clare

Pre-fab

31/08/10

30/06/11

20313J

Mol an Oige NS

Ennistymon

Clare

Pre-fab

28/12/09

30/06/11

01272O

Glandore NS

Glandore

Cork

Pre-fab

09/05/01

30/06/12

02114B

Ballygiblin NS

Mitchelstown

Cork

Pre-fab

06/11/06

30/06/12

04118T

Bishop Ahern NS

Leamlara

Cork

Pre-fab

18/12/06

30/06/12

07242M

Cloghroe NS

Cloghroe

Cork

Pre-fab

15/11/05

30/06/12

07242M

Cloghroe NS

Cloghroe

Cork

Pre-fab

07/01/03

30/06/12

07242M

Cloghroe NS

Cloghroe

Cork

Pre-fab

01/03/06

30/06/12

07242M

Cloghroe NS

Cloghroe

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

10047I

Macroom Convent NS (St Joseph’s)

Macroom

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

10047I

Macroom Convent NS (St Joseph’s)

Macroom

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

10047I

Macroom Convent NS (St Joseph’s)

Macroom

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

10047I

Macroom Convent NS (St Joseph’s)

Macroom

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

10047I

Macroom Convent NS (St Joseph’s)

Macroom

Cork

Pre-fab

01/06/08

30/06/12

10523O

Fermoy Adair NS

Fermoy

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

11992I

Whitegate Mixed NS

Whitegate

Midleton

Cork

Pre-fab

31/08/07

30/06/12

11992I

Whitegate Mixed NS

Whitegate

Midleton

Cork

Pre-fab

31/08/07

30/06/12

12004A

Mallon No. 1 NS

Shortcastle St

Mallow

Cork

Pre-fab

30/07/08

30/06/12

12041G

St. John the Baptist, Midleton NS

Dungourney Road

Midleton

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

12041G

St. John the Baptist, Midleton NS

Dungourney Road

Midleton

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

12446J

Glenahulla NS

Mitchelstown

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

12447L

Baltydaniel NS

Newtwopothouse

Mallow

Cork

Pre-fab

03/09/01

30/06/11

12473M

Scoil Mhuire na nGrós (Greenmount Monastery NS)

Green Street

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/12

12473M

Scoil Mhuire na nGrós (Greenmount Monastery NS)

Green Street

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/12

12473M

Scoil Mhuire na nGrós (Greenmount Monastery NS)

Green Street

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/12

12473M

Scoil Mhuire na nGrós (Greenmount Monastery NS)

Green Street

Cork

Pre-fab

05/11/07

30/06/12

12473M

Scoil Mhuire na nGrós (Greenmount Monastery NS)

Green Street

Cork

Pre-fab

05/11/07

30/06/12

12505W

Kilbarry NS

Kilbarry

Macroom

Cork

Pre-fab

03/09/01

30/06/12

13031I

St Joseph’s Convent NS

Smith’s Rd

Rathluirc

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/12/10

13031I

St Joseph’s Convent NS

Smith’s Rd

Rathluirc

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/12/10

13234W

Cloughduv NS

Cloughduv

Crookstown

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

13234W

Cloughduv NS

Cloughduv

Crookstown

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

13375R

Scoil Bhríde

Cros Mhathúna

Bandon

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/03

30/06/12

13375R

Scoil Bhríde

Cros Mhathúna

Bandon

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

13375R

Scoil Bhríde

Cros Mhathúna

Bandon

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

13450F

Rushbrooke NS

Rushbrooke

Cobh

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

13450F

Rushbrooke NS

Rushbrooke

Cobh

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

13450F

Rushbrooke NS

Rushbrooke

Cobh

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

13450F

Rushbrooke NS

Rushbrooke

Cobh

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

13512B

Scoil Mhuire Lourdes

Carrigaline

Cork

Pre-fab

01/10/06

30/06/12

13512B

Scoil Mhuire Lourdes

Carrigaline

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

13512B

Scoil Mhuire Lourdes

Carrigaline

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

13512B

Scoil Mhuire Lourdes

Carrigaline

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

13728B

Castletownshend NS

Castletownshend

Skibbereen

Cork

Pre-fab

02/10/05

30/06/12

13728B

Castletownshend NS

Castletownshend

Skibbereen

Cork

Pre-fab

06/09/05

30/06/12

13728B

Castletownshend NS

Castletownshend

Skibbereen

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

13779S

Dromahane NS

Dromahane

Mallow

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

13779S

Dromahane NS

Dromahane

Mallow

Cork

Pre-fab

05/06/07

30/06/12

13976U

St Matthias National School

Ballydehob

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/03

30/06/12

14052V

St Colmans BNS

Percival St

Kanturk

Cork

Pre-fab

13/10/06

30/06/12

14839P

Clondrohid NS

Macroom

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

14839P

Clondrohid NS

Macroom

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/10

01/09/12

15165Q

Ballintotas NS

Ballintotas

Castlemartyr

Cork

Pre-fab

01/05/07

30/04/12

15165Q

Ballintotas NS

Ballintotas

Castlemartyr

Cork

Pre-fab

01/05/07

30/04/12

15380U

Dromagh NS

Dromagh

Mallow

Cork

Pre-fab

26/10/06

30/06/12

15484J

SN an Chroí Naofa

Glounthaune

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/05

15484J

SN an Chroí Naofa

Glounthaune

Cork

Pre-fab

25/11/03

30/06/12

15484J

SN an Chroí Naofa

Glounthaune

Cork

Pre-fab

27/08/07

30/06/12

15484J

SN an Chroí Naofa

Glounthaune

Cork

Pre-fab

27/08/07

30/06/12

15484J

SN an Chroí Naofa

Glounthaune

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

15594Q

Grange NS

Grange

Fermoy

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

15594Q

Grange NS

Grange

Fermoy

Cork

Pre-fab

05/09/01

30/06/12

15594Q

Grange NS

Grange

Fermoy

Cork

Pre-fab

05/09/01

30/06/12

15646J

Coomhala NS

Bantry

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

15701O

Bartlemy NS

Fermoy

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

15781P

Ballintemple NS

Crab Lane

Ballintemple

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/12

15792U

SN Naomh Micheál

Upper Glanmire

White’s Cross

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/08/12

16087E

Kealkil NS

Bantry

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

01/09/11

16087E

Kealkil NS

Bantry

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

01/09/11

16271U

Watergrasshill NS

Watergrasshill

Cork

Pre-fab

30/08/05

30/06/12

16271U

Watergrasshill NS

Watergrasshill

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

16271U

Watergrasshill NS

Watergrasshill

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

16339F

St Joseph’s NS

The Mardyke

Cork

Pre-fab

12/02/07

30/06/12

16339F

St Joseph’s NS

The Mardyke

Cork

Pre-fab

12/02/07

30/06/12

16746S

Ballygarvan NS

Ballygarvan

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/08/11

16746S

Ballygarvan NS

Ballygarvan

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/08/11

16746S

Ballygarvan NS

Ballygarvan

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/08/11

16746S

Ballygarvan NS

Ballygarvan

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/08/11

16746S

Ballygarvan NS

Ballygarvan

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

16746S

Ballygarvan NS

Ballygarvan

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

16746S

Ballygarvan NS

Ballygarvan

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

17011W

St Mochomóg’s NS

Cappabue, Kealkill

Bantry

Cork

Pre-fab

23/08/05

30/06/12

17103E

Scoil Chlochair Mhuire

Carrigtwohill

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17103E

Scoil Chlochair Mhuire

Carrigtwohill

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17112F

Ballyhea NS

Ballyhea

Charleville

Cork

Pre-fab

01/06/05

30/05/11

17112F

Ballyhea NS

Ballyhea

Charleville

Cork

Pre-fab

22/08/06

30/05/11

17152R

Knockskeagh NS

Clonakilty

Cork

Pre-fab

07/01/08

06/01/11

17168J

SN Inis Eoghain

Innishannon

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/08/12

17281F

Togher NS

Dunmanway

Cork

Pre-fab

19/04/01

30/06/12

17297U

St Fergal’s NS

Killeagh

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

17297U

St Fergal’s NS

Killeagh

Cork

Pre-fab

05/11/07

30/06/12

17360B

SN Mhuire

Rathpeacon

Mallow Rd

Cork

Pre-fab

01/05/07

30/06/12

17360B

SN Mhuire

Rathpeacon

Mallow Rd

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17505B

Brooklodge NS

Glanmire

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17533G

Rahan NS

Mallow

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

17533G

Rahan NS

Mallow

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

17533G

Rahan NS

Mallow

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

17533G

Rahan NS

Mallow

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

17600S

Scartleigh NS

Saleen

Midleton

Cork

Pre-fab

05/11/06

30/06/12

17600S

Scartleigh NS

Saleen

Midleton

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

17600S

Scartleigh NS

Saleen

Midleton

Cork

Pre-fab

22/10/07

30/06/12

17600S

Scartleigh NS

Saleen

Midleton

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17600S

Scartleigh NS

Saleen

Midleton

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17639W

CBS PS

Mitchelstown

Cork

Pre-fab

14/04/07

30/06/12

17639W

CBS PS

Mitchelstown

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17639W

CBS PS

Mitchelstown

Cork

Pre-fab

05/11/07

30/06/12

17667E

Whitechurch NS

Whitechurch

Cork

Pre-fab

01/12/03

30/06/11

17667E

Whitechurch NS

Whitechurch

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

17804L

SN Cnoc Na Manach

Minane Bridge

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/08/13

17823P

Glantane NS

Glantane

Mallow

Cork

Pre-fab

04/09/06

31/08/12

17972J

Killmurry NS

Ballymichael

Lissarda

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

17993R

Scoil Mhuire Gan Smál (B) (Glasheen BNS)

School Avenue

Glasheen

Cork

Pre-fab

17/09/07

01/09/12

18000W

Scoil Mhuire Naofa

Carrigtwohill

Cork

Pre-fab

07/02/07

30/06/12

17993R

Scoil Mhuire Gan Smál (B) (Glasheen BNS)

School Avenue

Glasheen

Cork

Pre-fab

17/09/07

01/09/12

17993R

Scoil Mhuire Gan Smál (B) (Glasheen BNS)

School Avenue

Glasheen

Cork

Pre-fab

17/09/07

01/09/12

18000W

Scoil Mhuire Naofa

Carrigtwohill

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18000W

Scoil Mhuire Naofa

Carrigtwohill

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18128C

Scoil Mhuire NS

Kiskeam

Mallow

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18217B

Scoil Padre Pio

Churchfield

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

18217B

Scoil Padre Pio

Churchfield

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

18246I

Ballymoney NS

Ballineen

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/12

18279A

Carrigaline No. 3 NS

Waterpark

Carrigaline

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18279A

Carrigaline No3 NS

Waterpark

Carrigaline

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

18377A

St Joseph’s NS

Oliver Plunkett Hill

Fermoy

Cork

Pre-fab

01/11/07

31/10/12

18428O

Bailenóra NS

Bailenóra

Tobar an Iarla

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18428O

Bailenóra NS

Bailenóra

Tobar an Iarla

Cork

Pre-fab

01/05/01

30/06/12

18428O

Bailenóra NS

Bailenóra

Tobar an Iarla

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

18468D

St Mary’s NS

Castledonovan

Drimoleague

Cork

Pre-fab

01/12/05

30/06/12

18483W

School of the Divine Child

Lavanagh Centre

Ballintemple

Cork

Pre-fab

01/11/01

30/06/12

18483W

School of the Divine Child

Lavanagh Centre

Ballintemple

Cork

Pre-fab

01/11/01

30/06/12

18497K

Scoil Inse Ratha

Little Island

Cork

Pre-fab

05/02/07

30/06/11

18497K

Scoil Inse Ratha

Little Island

Cork

Pre-fab

16/04/07

30/06/11

18535P

St John’s GNS

Ballea Rd

Carrigaline

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

18535P

St John’s GNS

Ballea Rd

Carrigaline

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

18535P

St John’s GNS

Ballea Rd

Carrigaline

Cork

Pre-fab

24/09/07

30/06/12

18535P

St John’s GNS

Ballea Rd

Carrigaline

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18535P

St John’s GNS

Ballea Rd

Carrigaline

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18535P

St John’s GNS

Ballea Rd

Carrigaline

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

18713N

SN Fionán Reanna

Belgooly

Cork

Pre-fab

24/03/08

23/03/11

19256Q

Scoil Ghobnatan

Mallow

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19351K

Cill Chriodain

Kilcredan

Ladysbridge

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/00

30/06/12

19351K

Cill Chriodain

Kilcredan

Ladysbridge

Cork

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/12

19351K

Cill Chriodain

Kilcredan

Ladysbridge

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19381T

Rathmore NS

Baltimore

Skibereen

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19404F

Scoil Mhuire SN

Ballyhooly

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

19404F

Scoil Mhuire SN

Ballyhooly

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

19415K

Scoil an Athar Tadhg

Carraig na bhFear

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19415K

Scoil an Athar Tadhg

Carraig na bhFear

Cork

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/12

19415K

Scoil an Athar Tadhg

Carraig na bhFear

Cork

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/12

19415K

Scoil an Athar Tadhg

Carraig na bhFear

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/09

30/06/12

19415K

Scoil an Athar Tadhg

Carraig na bhFear

Cork

Pre-fab

02/09/02

30/06/12

19557H

Caheragh NS

Caheragh

Drimoleague

Cork

Pre-fab

01/08/00

30/06/12

19637F

Scoil Fhionnbarra

Béal Athan Ghaorthaidh

Cork

Pre-fab

31/08/01

30/06/11

19637F

Scoil Fhionnbarra

Béal Athan Ghaorthaidh

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

19760E

Scoil Triest

Lota

Glanmire

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/07/16

19760E

Scoil Triest

Lota

Glanmire

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/07/16

19760E

Scoil Triest

Lota

Glanmire

Cork

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/11

19761G

St Peter’s NS

Dungourney

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

19801P

Drimoleague Junior School

Drimoleague

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19801P

Drimoleague Junior School

Drimoleague

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19839R

GS Uí Ríordáin

Cúl Rua

Baile an Chollaigh

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/08/11

19839R

GS Ui Riordain

Cul Rua

Baile an Chollaigh

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

19839R

GS Ui Riordain

Cul Rua

Baile an Chollaigh

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

19839R

GS Ui Riordain

Cul Rua

Baile an Chollaigh

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/13

19839R

GS Ui Riordain

Cul Rua

Baile an Chollaigh

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/13

19881Q

GS Charraig Uí Leighin

Carraig Uí Leighin

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19881Q

GS Charraig Uí Leighin

Carraig Uí Leighin

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19881Q

GS Charraig Uí Leighin

Carraig Uí Leighin

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19881Q

GS Charraig Uí Leighin

Carraig Uí Leighin

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19881Q

GS Charraig Uí Leighin

Carraig Uí Leighin

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19881Q

GS Charraig Uí Leighin

Carraig Uí Leighin

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

19906G

Cork School Project NS

Grattan St

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/12/10

19978I

Maulatrahane Central NS

Leas

Skibereen

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/00

30/06/12

20025E

GS Droichead na Banndan

Palún CLG

Droichead na Banndan

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/97

30/06/11

20025E

GS Droichead na Banndan

Palún CLG

Droichead na Banndan

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/97

30/06/11

20025E

GS Droichead na Banndan

Palún CLG

Droichead na Banndan

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/97

30/06/11

20025E

GS Droichead na Banndan

Palún CLG

Droichead na Banndan

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/97

30/06/11

20049S

Ringaskiddy Lower Harbour NS

Loughbeg

Ringaskiddy

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20049S

Ringaskiddy Lower Harbour NS

Loughbeg

Ringaskiddy

Cork

Pre-fab

31/05/01

30/06/12

20049S

Ringaskiddy Lower Harbour NS

Loughbeg

Ringaskiddy

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

20088F

Scoil Mhuire NS

Meenvane

Schull

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20088F

Scoil Mhuire NS

Meenvane

Schull

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20088F

Scoil Mhuire NS

Meenvane

Schull

Cork

Pre-fab

29/08/07

30/06/11

20088F

Scoil Mhuire NS

Meenvane

Schull

Cork

Pre-fab

29/08/07

30/06/11

20088F

Scoil Mhuire NS

Meenvane

Schull

Cork

Pre-fab

29/08/07

30/06/11

20105C

Star of the Sea

Passsage West

Cork

Pre-fab

15/01/08

30/06/11

20105C

Star of the Sea

Passsage West

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/11

20105C

Star of the Sea

Passsage West

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/11

20105C

Star of the Sea

Passsage West

Cork

Pre-fab

12/04/10

11/04/12

20106E

Scoil Niocláis

Frankfield Grange

Cork

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20106E

Scoil Niocláis

Frankfield Grange

Cork

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20106E

Scoil Niocláis

Frankfield Grange

Cork

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20106E

Scoil Niocláis

Frankfield Grange

Cork

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20106E

Scoil Niocláis

Frankfield Grange

Cork

Cork

Pre-fab

29/08/07

25/08/11

20106E

Scoil Niocláis

Frankfield Grange

Cork

Cork

Pre-fab

29/08/07

25/08/11

20106E

Scoil Niocláis

Frankfield Grange

Cork

Cork

Pre-fab

29/08/07

25/08/11

20106E

Scoil Niocláis

Frankfield Grange

Cork

Cork

Pre-fab

29/08/07

25/08/11

20106E

Scoil Niocláis

Frankfield Grange

Cork

Cork

Pre-fab

29/08/07

25/08/11

20106E

Scoil Niocláis

Frankfield Grange

Cork

Cork

Pre-fab

26/08/08

25/08/11

20106E

Scoil Niocláis

Frankfield Grange

Cork

Cork

Pre-fab

24/08/09

23/08/11

20106E

Scoil Niocláis

Frankfield Grange

Cork

Cork

Pre-fab

24/08/09

23/08/11

20106E

Scoil Niocláis

Frankfield Grange

Cork

Cork

Pre-fab

26/08/08

25/08/11

20106E

Scoil Niocláis

Frankfield Grange

Cork

Cork

Pre-fab

26/08/08

25/08/11

20106E

Scoil Niocláis

Frankfield Grange

Cork

Cork

Pre-fab

26/08/08

25/08/11

20107G

Gaelscoil Mhainistir na Corann

Ionad an Phobail

Mainistir na Corann

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

20107G

Gaelscoil Mhainistir na Corann

Ionad an Phobail

Mainistir na Corann

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20107G

Gaelscoil Mhainistir na Corann

Ionad an Phobail

Mainistir na Corann

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

20107G

Gaelscoil Mhainistir na Corann

Ionad an Phobail

Mainistir na Corann

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

20107G

Gaelscoil Mhainistir na Corann

Ionad an Phobail

Mainistir na Corann

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

20107G

Gaelscoil Mhainistir na Corann

Ionad an Phobail

Mainistir na Corann

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

20182U

St Enda’s NS

Kilnadur

Dunmanway

Cork

Pre-fab

29/11/10

30/06/11

20222G

Scoil Chuil-Aodha/Barr dInse

Ciul-Aosha

Maghcromtha

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20239A

Gaelscoil Ui Drisceoil

Ionad Rugbai na Seancriostaithe

Rathchuanna, Gleann Maglair

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/10

30/06/11

20239A

Gaelscoil Ui Drisceoil

Ionad Rugbai na Seancriostaithe

Rathchuanna, Gleann Maglair

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/10

30/06/11

20239A

Gaelscoil Ui Drisceoil

Ionad Rugbai na Seancriostaithe

Rathchuanna, Gleann Maglair

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/10

30/06/11

20265B

Gaelscoil Chionn tSaile

Cappagh, Cionn tSaile

Kinsale

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20265B

Gaelscoil Chionn tSaile

Cappagh, Cionn tSaile

Kinsale

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20265B

Gaelscoil Chionn tSaile

Cappagh, Cionn tSaile

Kinsale

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

20336V

Midleton Educate Together NS

Midleton

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/11

20336V

Midleton Educate Together NS

Midleton

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/11

20336V

Midleton Educate Together NS

Midleton

Cork

Pre-fab

27/08/09

30/06/11

20336V

Midleton Educate Together NS

Midleton

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

20336V

Midleton Educate Together NS

Midleton

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

62170B

Sacred Heart Sec School

Clonakilty

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

62421A

Presentation Sec School

Mitchelstown

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/12/12

62421A

Presentation Sec School

Mitchelstown

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/12/12

62460K

St Francis College

Rochestown

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

62460K

St Francis College

Rochestown

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

62460K

St Francis College

Rochestown

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

62460K

St Francis College

Rochestown

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

62730N

St Patricks College

Gardiners Hill

Cork

Pre-fab

12/11/07

30/06/12

91499E

Kinsale Community School

Kinsale

Cork

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

07143K

Monreagh NS

Carrigans

Lifford

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

11843O

Niall Mor NS

Killybegs

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

12077E

Scoil Naomh Fiachra

Illistrin

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

12077E

Scoil Naomh Fiachra

Illistrin

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

12077E

Scoil Naomh Fiachra

Illistrin

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

12077E

Scoil Naomh Fiachra

Illistrin

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

13755E

Gartan NS

Chruchill

Donegal

Pre-fab

15/10/07

30/06/12

16138S

Raphoe Central NS

Raphoe

Lifford

Donegal

Pre-fab

22/08/01

30/06/12

16242N

Scoil Padraig Naofa

Port an tSallainn

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

02/10/06

01/09/11

16821G

St Patricks GNS

Convent Rd

Carndonagh

Donegal

Pre-fab

07/11/01

30/06/12

16821G

St Patricks GNS

Convent Rd

Carndonagh

Donegal

Pre-fab

07/11/01

30/06/12

16821G

St Patricks GNS

Convent Rd

Carndonagh

Donegal

Pre-fab

18/02/08

18/02/11

16836T

St Brigid’s NS

Glenmakee

Carndonagh

Donegal

Pre-fab

17/09/07

30/06/12

16836T

St Brigid’s NS

Glenmakee

Carndonagh

Donegal

Pre-fab

17/09/07

30/06/12

17057A

Scoil Phadraig

Dromcaoin

Beal Atha Feidh

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/03

30/06/12

17721H

Scoil Treasa Naofa

Lifford

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17728V

SN Talamh na Coitle

Roughpark

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18052S

Scoil Mhuire Gan Smal

Cnoc na Faire

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/03

30/06/11

18520C

Scoil Phadraig

Rasheeny

Clonmany

Donegal

Pre-fab

20/08/07

30/06/12

18625Q

Scoil Cholmcille

Convent Rd

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18625Q

Scoil Cholmcille

Convent Rd

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18737E

Scoil Bhride

Conmhaigh

Leifear

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19310T

St. Ernan’s NS

Ballintra

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/05/08

01/05/11

19313C

Glenswilly NS

Newmills

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

19313C

Glenswilly NS

Newmills

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

19313C

Glenswilly NS

Newmills

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19343L

SN Dhubhthaigh

Annagry

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

03/09/07

30/06/12

19491D

Scoil Mhuire

Ramelton

Donegal

Pre-fab

30/04/07

31/12/12

19724A

Little Angels Special School

Knocknamona

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/08/11

19724A

Little Angels Special School

Knocknamona

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/08/11

19724A

Little Angels Special School

Knocknamona

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/08/11

19927O

Scoil Mhuire

Stranorlar

Donegal

Pre-fab

09/09/05

30/06/12

19927O

Scoil Mhuire

Stranorlar

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/07

29/08/12

19927O

Scoil Mhuire

Stranorlar

Donegal

Pre-fab

02/10/06

31/08/12

19927O

Scoil Mhuire

Stranorlar

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/09/12

19967D

Scoil Iosagain

Buncrana

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

19967D

Scoil Iosagain

Buncrana

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

19967D

Scoil Iosagain

Buncrana

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

19967D

Scoil Iosagain

Buncrana

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

19967D

Scoil Iosagain

Buncrana

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

19967D

Scoil Iosagain

Buncrana

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

19971R

Gaelscoil Adhamhnain

Gleann Cearra

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19971R

Gaelscoil Adhamhnain

Gleann Cearra

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20235P

Letterkenny Educate Together

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

30/08/06

30/06/12

20235P

Letterkenny Educate Together

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

30/08/07

30/06/12

20235P

Letterkenny Educate Together

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

30/08/07

30/06/12

20235P

Letterkenny Educate Together

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

30/08/07

30/06/12

20235P

Letterkenny Educate Together

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

30/08/07

30/06/12

20235P

Letterkenny Educate Together

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

20235P

Letterkenny Educate Together

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

20235P

Letterkenny Educate Together

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/09

31/08/11

20235P

Letterkenny Educate Together

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/10

30/06/12

62830R

St. Eunan’s College

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

27/08/10

26/08/13

62830R

St. Eunan’s College

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

27/08/10

26/08/13

62830R

St. Eunan’s College

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

27/08/10

26/08/13

62830R

St. Eunan’s College

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

27/08/10

26/08/13

71140Q

Crana College

Buncrana

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

71140Q

Crana College

Buncrana

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

71140Q

Crana College

Buncrana

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

76081F

Coláiste Ailigh

Bóthar Ard

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/11/07

30/06/12

76081F

Coláiste Ailigh

Bóthar Ard

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/11/07

30/06/12

76081F

Colaiste Ailigh

Bothar Ard

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/10

01/09/13

76081F

Colaiste Ailigh

Bothar Ard

Letterkenny

Donegal

Pre-fab

01/09/10

01/09/13

00697S

St Brigids Mixed NS

Castleknock

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

00697S

St Brigids Mixed NS

Castleknock

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

00697S

St Brigids Mixed NS

Castleknock

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

00697S

St Brigids Mixed NS

Castleknock

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

00752A

Central Model Senior Mixed NS

Marlborough St

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

01170G

Naul National School

Naul

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/10/07

01/09/12

01170G

Naul National School

Naul

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/10/07

01/09/12

01170G

Naul National School

Naul

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/10/07

01/09/12

01795A

Central Model Infants School

Marlborough St

Dublin

Pre-fab

20/07/06

30/06/12

06200O

St Mary’s BNS

Grotto Place

Boosterstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/07

30/06/12

07546J

Our Lady of Lourdes NS

Goldenbridge

Inchicore

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

07546J

Our Lady of Lourdes NS

Goldenbridge

Inchicore

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

07546J

Our Lady of Lourdes NS

Goldenbridge

Inchicore

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

07546J

Our Lady of Lourdes NS

Goldenbridge

Inchicore

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

07546J

Our Lady of Lourdes NS

Goldenbridge

Inchicore

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

07546J

Our Lady of Lourdes NS

Goldenbridge

Inchicore

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

07546J

Our Lady of Lourdes NS

Goldenbridge

Inchicore

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

09492W

Balscadden School

Balscadden

Balbriggan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/01/01

30/06/12

09492W

Balscadden School

Balscadden

Balbriggan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/01/01

30/06/12

09932B

Stanhope St Convent

Stanhope St

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

12014D

St Andrew’s NS

Chapel Hill

Lucan

Dublin

Pre-fab

16/04/07

16/04/12

12014D

St Andrew’s NS

Chapel Hill

Lucan

Dublin

Pre-fab

16/04/07

16/04/12

12014D

St Andrew’s NS

Chapel Hill

Lucan

Dublin

Pre-fab

16/04/07

16/04/12

14180H

Holmpatrick NS

Convent Lane

Skerries

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

16333Q

St. Patricks JNS

Skerries

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/01/08

30/06/12

16333Q

St. Patricks JNS

Skerries

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/01/08

30/06/12

16461C

St Finian’s NS

Newcastle Lyons

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

16461C

St Finian’s NS

Newcastle Lyons

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

16461C

St Finian’s NS

Newcastle Lyons

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

16461C

St Finian’s NS

Newcastle Lyons

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

16461C

St Finian’s NS

Newcastle Lyons

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

16675V

Mulhuddart NS

Powerstown Road

Tyrrelstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

16675V

Mulhuddart NS

Powerstown Road

Tyrrelstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

16675V

Mulhuddart NS

Powerstown Road

Tyrrelstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

16675V

Mulhuddart NS

Powerstown Road

Tyrrelstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

16675V

Mulhuddart NS

Powerstown Road

Tyrrelstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

16675V

Mulhuddart NS

Powerstown Road

Tyrrelstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

16860Q

Corpus Christi NS

Home Farm Rd

Drumcondra

Dublin

Pre-fab

03/09/07

30/06/12

16972E

SS Peter & Paul JNS

Chapel Street

Balbriggan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

16972E

SS Peter & Paul JNS

Chapel Street

Balbriggan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

16972E

SS Peter & Paul JNS

Chapel Street

Balbriggan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

17055T

Scoil Naomh Mhuire

Saggart

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/08

30/06/12

17055T

Scoil Naomh Mhuire

Saggart

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/08

30/06/12

17055T

Scoil Naomh Mhuire

Saggart

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/08

30/06/12

17055T

Scoil Naomh Mhuire

Saggart

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/08

30/06/12

17055T

Scoil Naomh Mhuire

Saggart

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/08

30/06/12

17055T

Scoil Naomh Mhuire

Saggart

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/08

30/06/12

17055T

Scoil Naomh Mhuire

Saggart

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/08

30/06/12

17055T

Scoil Naomh Mhuire

Saggart

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/08

30/06/12

17055T

Scoil Naomh Mhuire

Saggart

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17055T

Scoil Naomh Mhuire

Saggart

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17055T

Scoil Naomh Mhuire

Saggart

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17055T

Scoil Naomh Mhuire

Saggart

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17083B

Scoil Mhuire gan Smal

Dublin 8

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/08/12

17472M

Hedgestown NS

Hedgestown

Lusk

Dublin

Pre-fab

22/03/07

21/03/11

17559B

St. Mary’s NS

Garristown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17569E

St Oliver Plunkett NS

Balrothery

Balbriggan

Dublin

Pre-fab

04/09/07

30/06/12

17569E

St Oliver Plunkett NS

Balrothery

Balbriggan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

17691E

Lusk NS

Chapel Rd

Lusk

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/12

17912O

St John Boscos SBS

Navan Rd

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/01/02

30/06/12

17912O

St John Boscos SBS

Navan Rd

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/01/02

30/06/12

17912O

St John Boscos SBS

Navan Rd

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

17912O

St John Boscos SBS

Navan Rd

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/08

30/06/12

17912O

St John Boscos SBS

Navan Rd

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/09

30/06/11

17953F

Edmondstown NS

Edmondstown

Rathfarnham

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/08/12

17961E

Lusk NS

Chapel Rd

Lusk

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17961E

Lusk NS

Chapel Rd

Lusk

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17961E

Lusk NS

Chapel Rd

Lusk

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17961E

Lusk NS

Chapel Rd

Lusk

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17961E

Lusk NS

Chapel Rd

Lusk

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17961E

Lusk NS

Chapel Rd

Lusk

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17961E

Lusk NS

Chapel Rd

Lusk

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17961E

Lusk NS

Chapel Rd

Lusk

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17961E

Lusk NS

Chapel Rd

Lusk

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17961E

Lusk NS

Chapel Rd

Lusk

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17961E

Lusk NS

Chapel Rd

Lusk

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

17961E

Lusk NS

Chapel Rd

Lusk

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

17961E

Lusk NS

Chapel Rd

Lusk

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/12

17977T

Scoil Aine

Raheny

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

17978V

Naiscoil Ide

All Saints Drive

Raheny

Dublin

Pre-fab

02/11/00

30/06/12

17978V

Naiscoil Ide

All Saints Drive

Raheny

Dublin

Pre-fab

02/11/00

30/06/12

18046A

Scoil Bhríde BNS

Church Ave

Blanchardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/01

30/06/12

18046A

Scoil Bhríde BNS

Church Ave

Blanchardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18046A

Scoil Bhride BNS

Church Ave

Blanchardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18046A

Scoil Bhride BNS

Church Ave

Blanchardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

18047C

Scoil Bhride GNS

Blanchardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

31/08/06

30/06/12

18047C

Scoil Bhride GNS

Blanchardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

16/10/07

30/06/12

18047C

Scoil Bhride GNS

Blanchardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

16/10/07

30/06/12

18047C

Scoil Bhride GNS

Blanchardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

18210K

St Michaels House Special School

College St

Baldoyle

Dublin

Pre-fab

10/09/07

30/06/11

18210K

St Michaels House Special School

College St

Baldoyle

Dublin

Pre-fab

10/09/07

30/06/11

18210K

St Michaels House Special School

College St

Baldoyle

Dublin

Pre-fab

10/09/07

30/06/11

18210K

St Michaels House Special School

College St

Baldoyle

Dublin

Pre-fab

10/09/07

30/06/11

18210K

St Michaels House Special School

College St

Baldoyle

Dublin

Pre-fab

10/09/07

30/06/11

18210K

St Michaels House Special School

College St

Baldoyle

Dublin

Pre-fab

10/09/07

30/06/11

18210K

St Michaels House Special School

College St

Baldoyle

Dublin

Pre-fab

10/09/07

30/06/11

18210K

St Michaels House Special School

College St

Baldoyle

Dublin

Pre-fab

10/09/07

30/06/11

18386B

Marist NS

Crumlin

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/12

18386B

Marist NS

Crumlin

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/12

18411U

St Marys NS

Bancroft Ave

Tallaght

Dublin

Pre-fab

29/11/01

30/06/12

18411U

St Marys NS

Bancroft Ave

Tallaght

Dublin

Pre-fab

29/11/01

30/06/12

18411U

St Marys NS

Bancroft Ave

Tallaght

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

18412W

Scoil Phadraic C

Donabate

Dublin

Pre-fab

03/09/07

30/06/12

18632N

SN Eoin Bosco

Navan Rd

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18671A

St Michaels House

16/17 Grosvenor Rd

Rathgar

Dublin

Pre-fab

12/11/07

30/06/11

18763F

St Michaels Special NS

Ballymun Rd

Dublin

Pre-fab

10/09/07

30/06/12

18763F

St Michaels Special NS

Ballymun Rd

Dublin

Pre-fab

30/06/12

18763F

St Michaels Special NS

Ballymun Rd

Dublin

Pre-fab

30/06/12

18778S

St. Mochta’s NS

Porterstown Road

Clonsilla

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18778S

St. Mochta’s NS

Porterstown Road

Clonsilla

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18778S

St. Mochta’s NS

Porterstown Road

Clonsilla

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18778S

St. Mochta’s NS

Porterstown Road

Clonsilla

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18778S

St. Mochta’s NS

Porterstown Road

Clonsilla

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

18778S

St. Mochta’s NS

Porterstown Road

Clonsilla

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

18778S

St. Mochta’s NS

Porterstown Road

Clonsilla

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

18815V

Our Lady of Lourdes

Rochestown Ave

Dun Laogharie

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/08/11

18817C

Scoil Bhride

Ranelagh

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/10

18976W

St Colmcilles BNS

Chapel Lane

Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

12/10/01

30/06/12

18976W

St Colmcilles BNS

Chapel Lane

Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18977B

St Colmcilles GNS

Chapel Lane

Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/03/01

30/06/12

18977B

St Colmcilles GNS

Chapel Lane

Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/03/01

30/06/12

18977B

St Colmcilles GNS

Chapel Lane

Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/06/07

30/06/12

19066L

Loreto Primary

Dalkey

Dublin

Pre-fab

29/08/07

30/06/12

19220S

Scoil Ide

New Rd

Clondalkin

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/12

19220S

Scoil Ide

New Rd

Clondalkin

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/12

19221U

Scoil Aine

New Rd

Clondalkin

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/04/00

30/06/12

19221U

Scoil Aine

New Rd

Clondalkin

Dublin

Pre-fab

30/08/07

30/06/12

19221U

Scoil Aine

New Rd

Clondalkin

Dublin

Pre-fab

30/08/07

30/06/12

19259W

St. Patricks GNS

Foxrock

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/08/12

19319O

St Olafs NS

Balally Drive

Dundrum

Dublin

Pre-fab

11/08/06

30/06/12

19319O

St Olafs NS

Balally Drive

Dundrum

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19319O

St Olafs NS

Balally Drive

Dundrum

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19374W

Our Lady’s Grove NS

Goatstown Rd

Goatstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

12/06/07

30/06/12

19374W

Our Lady’s Grove NS

Goatstown Rd

Goatstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

19374W

Our Lady’s Grove NS

Goatstown Rd

Goatstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

19374W

Our Lady’s Grove NS

Goatstown Rd

Goatstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/12

19390U

St. Marks SNS

Tallaght

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

01/09/11

19435Q

St Francis Xavier JNS

Roselawn Rd

Castleknock

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

19435Q

St Francis Xavier JNS

Roselawn Rd

Castleknock

Dublin

Pre-fab

16/10/06

30/06/12

19435Q

St Francis Xavier JNS

Roselawn Rd

Castleknock

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/12

19435Q

St Francis Xavier JNS

Roselawn Rd

Castleknock

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/12

19470S

St Francis Xavier JNS

Coolmine

Castleknock

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

19472W

St Marks JNS

Springfield

Tallaght

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/02/06

30/11/11

19472W

St Marks JNS

Springfield

Tallagh

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/02/06

30/11/11

19472W

St Marks JNS

Springfield

Tallaght

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

19472W

St Marks JNS

Springfield

Tallaght

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

19472W

St Marks JNS

Springfield

Tallaght

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

19515O

St. Teresa’s NS

Balbriggan Rd

Balbriggan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/07/07

01/06/12

19515O

St. Teresa’s NS

Balbriggan Rd

Balbriggan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/07/07

01/06/12

19515O

St. Teresa’s NS

Balbriggan Rd

Balbriggan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/07/07

01/06/12

19515O

St. Teresa’s NS

Balbriggan Rd

Balbriggan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/07/07

01/06/12

19535U

St Cronan’s SNS

Brackenstown

Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/07/05

30/06/12

19535U

St Cronan’s SNS

Brackenstown

Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/07/05

30/06/12

19535U

St Cronan’s SNS

Brackenstown

Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19535U

St Cronan’s SNS

Brackenstown

Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

01/09/11

19535U

St Cronan’s SNS

Brackenstown

Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

01/09/11

19545A

St Patricks JNS

Corduff

Blanchardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

09/01/06

30/06/12

19574H

Divine Word NS

Marley Grange

Rathfarnham

Dublin

Pre-fab

27/08/07

30/06/12

19574H

Divine Word NS

Marley Grange

Rathfarnham

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19589U

Gaelscoil Inchicore

South Circular Rd

Islandbridge

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/04/11

19601H

St Philip the Apostle JNS

Mountview

Clonsilla

Dublin

Pre-fab

16/04/07

30/06/12

19605P

Scoil Mhuire JNS

Blakestown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/01/02

30/06/12

19624T

St Catherine’s NS

Kenure

Rush

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/10/08

01/10/11

19624T

St Catherine’s NS

Kenure

Rush

Dublin

Pre-fab

06/09/07

30/06/12

19624T

St Catherine’s NS

Kenure

Rush

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/10/06

30/06/12

19625V

Scoil Realt na Mara

Balbriggan Rd

Skerries

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/12

19625V

Scoil Realt na Mara

Balbriggan Rd

Skerries

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/12

19625V

Scoil Realt na Mara

Balbriggan Rd

Skerries

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/12

19628E

St Fiachras SNS

Montrose Park

Beaumount

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19628E

St Fiachras SNS

Montrose Park

Beaumount

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19628E

St Fiachras SNS

Montrose Park

Beaumount

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19636D

St Patricks SNS

Corduff

Blanchardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19636D

St Patricks SNS

Corduff

Blanchardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19636D

St Patricks SNS

Corduff

Blanchardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19636D

St Patricks SNS

Corduff

Blanchardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19636D

St Patricks SNS

Corduff

Blanchardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19643A

St Philips SNS

Clonsilla

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/02/07

01/07/11

19643A

St Philips SNS

Clonsilla

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/02/07

01/07/11

19652B

Sacred Heart NS

Tallaght

Dublin

Pre-fab

10/12/07

30/06/12

19660A

Rush NS

Rush

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/03/01

30/06/12

19660A

Rush NS

Rush

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/03/01

30/06/12

19660A

Rush NS

Rush

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/11/06

30/10/11

19660A

Rush NS

Rush

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19662E

St Michael’s Primary School

Dominican Campus

Ballyfermot

Dublin

Pre-fab

21/12/08

30/06/11

19676P

Scoil Aine Naofa

Esker

Lucan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19676P

Scoil Aine Naofa

Esker

Lucan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19757P

St Michaels Special NS

Skerries

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/08/11

19782O

St Brigids JNS

Brookfield

Tallaght

Dublin

Pre-fab

10/12/06

31/08/11

19782O

St Brigids JNS

Brookfield

Tallaght

Dublin

Pre-fab

10/12/06

31/08/11

19782O

St Brigids JNS

Brookfield

Tallaght

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/11/07

31/08/11

19782O

St Brigids JNS

Brookfield

Tallaght

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/11/07

31/08/11

19782O

St Brigids JNS

Brookfield

Tallaght

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/11/07

31/08/11

19785U

St Bernadettes SNS

Quarryvale

Clondalkin

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

19785U

St Bernadettes SNS

Quarryvale

Clondalkin

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

19785U

St Bernadettes SNS

Quarryvale

Clondalkin

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

19785U

St Bernadettes SNS

Quarryvale

Clondalkin

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

19817H

Scoil Mhuire

Woodview

Lucan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19817H

Scoil Mhuire

Woodview

Lucan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19817H

Scoil Mhuire

Woodview

Lucan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/08/11

19817H

Scoil Mhuire

Woodview

Lucan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/10

30/06/11

19834H

St Aidans NS

Brookfield

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19834H

St Aidans NS

Brookfield

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19834H

St Aidans NS

Brookfield

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19834H

St Aidans NS

Brookfield

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/11

19877C

Holy Family SNS

River Valley

Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/03/07

30/06/12

19878E

Holy Rosary PS

Old Court Avenue

Firhouse

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19878E

Holy Rosary PS

Old Court Avenue

Firhouse

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19878E

Holy Rosary PS

Old Court Avenue

Firhouse

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19878E

Holy Rosary PS

Old Court Avenue

Firhouse

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19878E

Holy Rosary PS

Old Court Avenue

Firhouse

Dublin

Pre-fab

11/09/06

30/06/12

19878E

Holy Rosary PS

Old Court Avenue

Firhouse

Dublin

Pre-fab

11/09/06

30/06/12

19878E

Holy Rosary PS

Old Court Avenue

Firhouse

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/07

30/06/12

19898K

Scoil an Duinninigh

Draighnean

Feltrim,Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/08/10

13/04/11

19898K

Scoil an Duinninigh

Draighnean

Feltrim,Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

17/02/01

30/06/11

19907I

Gaelscoil Mologa

Charleville Road

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

01/09/12

19949B

Muslim NS

19 Roebuck Rd

Clonskeagh

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/08/08

31/08/11

20012S

Griffith Barracks Multi D School

The Old Guard House

South Circular Rd

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

20/06/12

20012S

Griffith Barracks Multi D School

The Old Guard House

South Circular Rd

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

20/06/12

20028K

Setanta Special School

Stillorgan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/08

30/06/12

20028K

Setanta Special School

Stillorgan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/08

30/06/12

20028K

Setanta Special School

Stillorgan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/08

30/06/12

20028K

Setanta Special School

Stillorgan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/08

30/06/12

20035H

St. Gabriels NS

Cowper St

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/06

30/06/12

20043G

Gaelscoil Chnoc liamhna

Sean Bhothar Chnoc Liamhna

Cnoc Liamhna

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

20047O

Gaelscoil Bharra

Ascal an Fhasaigh

Cabra

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/06/97

30/06/12

20047O

Gaelscoil Bharra

Ascal an Fhasaigh

Cabra

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/06/97

30/06/12

20095C

Gaelscoil Bhrian Bhoroimhe

Applewood Village

Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/03/11

20139T

Inchicore NS

Sarsfield Road

Inchicore

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/01/06

30/06/12

20139T

Inchicore NS

Sarsfield Road

Inchicore

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/01/06

30/06/12

20139T

Inchicore NS

Sarsfield Road

Inchicore

Dublin

Pre-fab

05/08/09

30/06/12

20161M

Donabate/Portrane Educate Tog NS

Portrane Rd

Donabate

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/02/04

30/06/11

20161M

Donabate/Portrane Educate Tog NS

Portrane Rd

Donabate

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/02/04

30/06/11

20161M

Donabate/Portrane Educate Tog NS

Portrane Rd

Donabate

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/02/04

30/06/11

20161M

Donabate/Portrane Educate Tog NS

Portrane Rd

Donabate

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/02/04

30/06/11

20161M

Donabate/Portrane Educate Tog NS

Portrane Rd

Donabate

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/02/04

30/06/11

20161M

Donabate/Portrane Educate Tog NS

Portrane Rd

Donabate

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/02/04

30/06/11

20161M

Donabate/Portrane Educate Tog NS

Portrane Rd

Donabate

Dublin

Pre-fab

29/08/06

30/06/11

20161M

Donabate/Portrane Educate Tog NS

Portrane Rd

Donabate

Dublin

Pre-fab

29/08/06

30/06/11

20161M

Donabate/Portrane Educate Tog NS

Portrane Rd

Donabate

Dublin

Pre-fab

29/08/06

30/06/11

20161M

Donabate/Portrane Educate Tog NS

Portrane Rd

Donabate

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

20168D

Glasnevin Educate Together NS

Church Ave

Glasnevin

Dublin

Pre-fab

31/08/09

30/06/12

20190T

Holy Trinity NS

Glencairn Drive, The Gallops

Leopardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20190T

Holy Trinity NS

Glencairn Drive, The Gallops

Leopardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20190T

Holy Trinity NS

Glencairn Drive, The Gallops

Leopardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20190T

Holy Trinity NS

Glencairn Drive, The Gallops

Leopardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20190T

Holy Trinity NS

Glencairn Drive, The Gallops

Leopardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20190T

Holly Trinity NS

Glencairn Drive, The Gallops

Leopardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/10/08

30/06/12

20190T

Holy Trinity NS

Glencairn Drive, The Gallops

Leopardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

15/08/09

30/06/12

20190T

Holy Trinity NS

Glencairn Drive, The Gallops

Leopardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

15/08/09

30/06/12

20190T

Holy Trinity NS

Glencairn Drive, The Gallops

Leopardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

15/08/10

15/08/11

20190T

Holy Trinity NS

Glencairn Drive, The Gallops

Leopardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

15/08/10

15/08/11

20190T

Holy Trinity NS

Glencairn Drive, The Gallops

Leopardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

15/08/10

15/08/11

20190T

Holy Trinity NS

Glencairn Drive, The Gallops

Leopardstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

15/08/10

15/08/11

20304I

St. Francis of Assisi

Belmayne

Dublin

Pre-fab

13/08/08

13/08/11

20308Q

Belmayne ETNS

Belmayne

Dublin

Pre-fab

13/08/08

13/08/11

20334R

Gaelscoil Ros Eo

Rush

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

20334R

Gaelscoil Ros Eo

Rush

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/09

31/08/12

20334R

Gaelscoil Ros Eo

Rush

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/11

20348F

Hollywell ETNS

Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

30/08/10

30/06/11

20348F

Hollywell ETNS

Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

30/08/10

30/06/11

20348F

Hollywell ETNS

Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

30/08/10

30/06/11

60092U

Clonkeen College

Clonkeen Rd

Blackrock

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/11/05

30/06/12

60092U

Clonkeen College

Clonkeen Rd

Blackrock

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/11/05

30/06/12

60092U

Clonkeen College

Clonkeen Rd

Blackrock

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/11/05

30/06/12

60343T

St Josephs Sec School

Convent Lane

Rush

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/07

30/06/12

60343T

St Josephs Sec School

Convent Lane

Rush

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/07

30/06/12

60343T

St Josephs Sec School

Convent Lane

Rush

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/07

30/06/12

60370W

St Fintan’s High School

Sutton

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/12

70010V

Balbriggan Community College

Chapel Street

Balbriggan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/11/06

01/11/11

70010V

Balbriggan Community College

Chapel Street

Balbriggan

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/11/06

01/11/11

70230M

Killester College

Collins Avenue

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/01/09

31/12/11

76062B

Castleknock Community College

Castleknock

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/06

01/12/11

76062B

Castleknock Community College

Castleknock

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/12/06

01/12/11

76085N

Gaelcholaiste Reachrann

Grange Abbey Rd

Donaghmede

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

76085N

Gaelcholaiste Reachrann

Grange Abbey Rd

Donaghmede

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

76085N

Gaelcholaiste Reachrann

Grange Abbey Rd

Donaghmede

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

76085N

Gaelcholaiste Reachrann

Grange Abbey Rd

Donaghmede

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

76104O

Donabate Community College

Donabate

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/07/08

30/06/11

76104O

Donabate Community College

Donabate

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/10

30/06/11

76130P

Luttrellstown Community College

Luttrellstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/09

30/06/11

76130P

Luttrellstown Community College

Luttrellstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

76130P

Luttrellstown Community College

Luttrellstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

76130P

Luttrellstown Community College

Luttrellstown

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

81002K

Mount Temple Comprehensive School

Malahide Road

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/02/08

30/06/12

81002K

Mount Temple Comprehensive School

Malahide Road

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/02/08

30/06/12

81002K

Mount Temple Comprehensive School

Malahide Road

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/02/08

30/06/12

01795A

Central Model Infants School

Marlborough St

Dublin

Pre-fab

20/07/06

30/06/12

03359N

Ballyroan Boys NS

Ballyroan Road

Rathfarnham

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/08/12

19877C

Holy Family SNS

River Valley

Swords

Dublin

Pre-fab

01/02/00

30/06/12

01328P

St Patricks NS

Kiltormer

Ballinasloe

Galway

Pre-fab

15/01/07

30/06/12

03607G

Leitrim NS

Loughrea

Galway

Pre-fab

01/05/08

30/06/12

04506F

Oranmore BNS

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

04506F

Oranmore BNS

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

15/08/07

30/06/12

04506F

Oranmore BNS

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

15/08/07

30/06/12

04506F

Oranmore BNS

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

15/08/07

30/06/12

04506F

Oranmore BNS

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

15/08/07

30/06/12

04506F

Oranmore BNS

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

15/08/08

15/08/11

04506F

Oranmore BNS

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

15/08/08

15/08/11

05754G

SN Chreachmhaoil

Craughwell

Galway

Pre-fab

23/10/06

30/06/12

05754G

SN Chreachmhaoil

Craughwell

Galway

Pre-fab

23/10/06

30/06/12

05754G

SN Chreachmhaoil

Craughwell

Galway

Pre-fab

16/01/04

30/06/12

07551C

Ballinderreen NS

Ballinderreen

Kilcolgan

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

07551C

Ballinderreen NS

Ballinderreen

Kilcolgan

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

09833W

Lettergesh NS

Lettergesh

Renvyle

Galway

Pre-fab

01/11/01

30/06/12

10095T

Scoil Naomh Treasa

Ahascragh

Galway

Pre-fab

01/03/06

30/06/12

11675T

Annagh BNS

Ballyglunin

Tuam

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

11675T

Annagh BNS

Ballyglunin

Tuam

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

12954F

Scoil Bhride

Lackagh

Turloughmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

12954F

Scoil Bhride

Lackagh

Turloughmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

13208V

Convent Primary School

Gort

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

13208V

Convent Primary School

Gort

Galway

Pre-fab

01/12/05

30/06/12

13365O

Scoil Mhuire

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

27/11/06

30/06/11

13365O

Scoil Mhuire

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

27/11/06

30/06/11

13365O

Scoil Mhuire

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

03/09/07

30/06/11

13365O

Scoil Mhuire

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

03/09/07

30/06/11

13365O

Scoil Mhuire

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

03/09/07

30/06/11

13365O

Scoil Mhuire

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

03/09/07

30/06/11

13365O

Scoil Mhuire

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/08

01/08/11

13365O

Scoil Mhuire

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/08

01/08/11

13856K

St James’ NS

Bushypark

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

13856K

St James’ NS

Bushypark

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

13856K

St James’ NS

Bushypark

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

13856K

St James’ NS

Bushypark

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

13914V

SN Sheosaimh

Buaile Beag

Bearna

Galway

Pre-fab

01/11/01

30/06/12

14377D

St Gabriels NS

Kilconnell

Ballinasloe

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

28/02/11

14394D

Kilbeacanty NS

Kilbeacanty

Gort

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

15071H

Kilnadeema NS

Kilnadeema

Loughna

Galway

Pre-fab

20/11/07

30/06/11

15228O

Corgary NS

Mountbellew

Galway

Pre-fab

25/02/02

30/06/12

15331H

SN Baile Nua

Maigh Chulinn

Moycullen

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

16293H

Kilrickle NS

Kilrickle

Loughrea

Galway

Pre-fab

29/11/01

30/06/12

16804G

SN Chlair na Gaillimhe

Baile Clar na Gaillimhe

Galway

Pre-fab

01/03/07

30/06/11

16804G

SN Chlair na Gaillimhe

Baile Clar na Gaillimhe

Galway

Pre-fab

01/03/07

30/06/11

17444H

Scoil Seosaimh NS

Carrabane

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

17444H

Scoil Seosaimh NS

Carrabane

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17613E

Scoil Chaitriona Naofa

Eachroim

Ballinasloe

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

17613E

Scoil Chaitriona Naofa

Eachroim

Ballinasloe

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

17668G

Scoil na bhForbacha

Na Forbacha

Spiddal

Galway

Pre-fab

08/09/06

30/06/11

17759J

Scoil Bhride

Mionlach

Castlebar

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

17782E

Scoil Bhride

Shantalla

Galway

Pre-fab

01/11/05

30/06/12

17782E

Scoil Bhride

Shantalla

Galway

Pre-fab

01/11/05

30/06/12

17782E

Scoil Bhride

Shantalla

Galway

Pre-fab

01/11/05

30/06/12

17782E

Scoil Bhride

Shantalla

Galway

Pre-fab

01/11/05

30/06/12

17782E

Scoil Bhride

Shantalla

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/08

01/09/11

17782E

Scoil Bhride

Shantalla

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/08

01/09/11

17807R

Cahergal NS

Tuam

Galway

Pre-fab

14/10/05

30/06/12

17807R

Cahergal NS

Tuam

Galway

Pre-fab

29/09/06

30/06/12

18089S

Scoil Mhuire an Gharran

Maree

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/01/02

30/06/12

18112K

Scoil Eanna

Bullaun

Loughrea

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

18112K

Scoil Eanna

Bullaun

Loughrea

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

18514H

Scoil Cholmcille

An Tulach

Baile an Abhainn

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

18514H

Scoil Cholmcille

An Tulach

Baile an Abhainn

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19241D

Scoil Rois

Rosary Lane

Taylor’s Hill

Galway

Pre-fab

01/03/02

30/06/11

19449E

St Oliver Plunkett NS

Newcastle

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

19506N

St. Michael’s NS

Cappatagle

Ballinasloe

Galway

Pre-fab

10/08/99

30/06/11

19544V

Kilchreest NS

Kilchreest

Loughrea

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19544V

Kilchreest NS

Kilchreest

Loughrea

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19803T

Scoil Sheamais Naofa

Bearna

Galway

Pre-fab

01/12/04

30/06/12

19858V

GS Dara

Renmore

Galway

Pre-fab

27/03/06

30/04/11

19858V

GS Dara

Renmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/04/11

19858V

GS Dara

Renmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

19858V

GS Dara

Renmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

19858V

GS Dara

Renmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

19858V

GS Dara

Renmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/05

31/08/11

19858V

GS Dara

Renmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/04

31/08/11

19965W

Scoil Mhuire

Clarinbridge

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19965W

Scoil Mhuire

Clarinbridge

Galway

Pre-fab

01/10/06

30/06/12

19994G

GS Mhic Amhlaigh

An Coimin Mor

Bothar na gCeapach, Cnoc na Cathrach

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/00

30/06/11

19994G

GS Mhic Amhlaigh

An Coimin Mor

Bothar na gCeapach, Cnoc na Cathrach

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/00

30/06/11

19994G

GS Mhic Amhlaigh

An Coimin Mor

Bothar na gCeapach, Cnoc na Cathrach

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

19996K

St Brendan’s NS

Portumna

Galway

Pre-fab

01/12/06

30/06/12

19996K

St Brendan’s NS

Portumna

Galway

Pre-fab

01/12/06

30/06/12

19998O

GS De hIde

Bothar an Phortaigh

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/01/01

30/06/11

19998O

GS De hIde

Bothar an Phortaigh

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/11

19998O

GS De hIde

Bothar an Phortaigh

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/11

19998O

GS De hIde

Bothar an Phortaigh

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/04

30/06/11

19998O

GS De hIde

Bothar an Phortaigh

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

19998O

GS De hIde

Bothar an Phortaigh

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

19998O

GS De hIde

Bothar an Phortaigh

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

19998O

GS De hIde

Bothan an Phortaigh

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

19998O

GS De hIde

Bothar an Phortaigh

Oranmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/07/10

30/06/12

20000L

Galway Educate Together

Tomas Hynes Rd

Newcastle

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20000L

Galway Educate Together

Tomas Hynes Rd

Newcastle

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20042E

Scoil an Chroi Naofa Ballinasloe

Ballinasloe

Galway

Pre-fab

15/10/07

30/09/12

20042E

Scoil an Chroi Naofa Ballinasloe

Ballinasloe

Galway

Pre-fab

15/10/07

30/09/12

20042E

Scoil an Chroi Naofa Ballinasloe

Ballinasloe

Galway

Pre-fab

15/10/07

30/09/12

20042E

Scoil an Chroi Naofa Ballinasloe

Ballinasloe

Galway

Pre-fab

15/10/07

30/09/12

20042E

Scoil an Chroi Naofa Ballinasloe

Ballinasloe

Galway

Pre-fab

15/10/07

30/09/12

20042E

Scoil an Chroi Naofa Ballinasloe

Ballinasloe

Galway

Pre-fab

15/10/07

30/09/12

20042E

Scoil an Chroi Naofa Ballinasloe

Ballinasloe

Galway

Pre-fab

15/10/07

30/06/12

20070J

Rosedale School

Woodlands Centre

Renmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

20070J

Rosedale School

Woodlands Centre

Renmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

20070J

Rosedale School

Woodlands Centre

Renmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

20070J

Rosedale School

Woodlands Centre

Renmore

Galway

Pre-fab

11/09/06

30/06/11

20070J

Rosedale School

Woodlands Centre

Renmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/11/04

30/06/12

20070J

Rosedale School

Woodlands Centre

Renmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/11/04

30/06/12

20070J

Rosedale School

Woodlands Centre

Renmore

Galway

Pre-fab

01/03/10

30/04/11

20123E

Gaelscoil Riabhach

Baile Locha Riach

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/08

01/10/13

20123E

Gaelscoil Riabhach

Baile Locha Riach

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/08

01/10/13

20123E

Gaelscoil Riabhach

Baile Locha Riach

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/06

01/09/11

20123E

Gaelscoil Riabhach

Baile Locha Riach

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/05

31/08/12

201990O

Oughterard NS

Oughterard

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/00

30/06/12

20211B

Claregalway ETNS

Cloonbiggen Rd

Claregalway

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/10

30/06/11

20211B

Claregalway ETNS

Clonbiggen Rd

Claregalway

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/10

30/06/12

20237T

Gaelscoil Riada

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

20237T

Gaelscoil Riada

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

20237T

Gaelscoil Riada

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20237T

Gaelscoil Riada

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20237T

Gaelscoil Riada

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/09

30/06/12

20237T

Gaelscoil Riada

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/10

30/06/12

20237T

Gaelscoil Riada

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/10

30/06/12

62870G

Presentation College

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

02/08/05

30/06/12

62870G

Presentation College

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

02/08/05

30/06/12

62870G

Presentation College

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

02/08/05

30/06/12

62870G

Presentation College

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

02/08/05

30/06/12

62870G

Presentation College

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

62870G

Presentation College

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

62870G

Presentation College

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/12

62870G

Presentation College

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/12

62870G

Presentation College

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/12

62870G

Presentation College

Athenry

Galway

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/12

62880J

St Joseph’s College

Garbally Park

Ballinasloe

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

71330V

Colaiste na Coirbe

Bothar Thuama

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

71330V

Colaiste na Coirbe

Bothar Thuama

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

71330V

Colaiste na Coirbe

Bothar Thuama

Galway

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

02849C

Kenmare BNS

Kenmare

Kerry

Pre-fab

10/01/11

09/01/12

03132I

Sliabh A’Mhadra NS

Slievadara

Ballyduff

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

04062S

Listowel Convent PS

Listowel

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

06227L

Scoil Mhaolcheadair

Baile na nGall

Tra Li

Kerry

Pre-fab

24/10/05

30/06/11

07841L

Kilgobnet NS

Kilgobnet

Kilarney

Kerry

Pre-fab

16/04/07

15/04/17

08320L

St Clare’s GNS

Kenmare Convent, Railway Rd

Kenmare

Kerry

Pre-fab

30/08/07

30/06/12

13615L

Scoil Eoin

Ballonagh

Tralee

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

15592M

Scoil Cheann Tra

Ceann Tra

Tralee

Kerry

Pre-fab

31/08/06

30/08/11

16217O

Scoil Bhreac Chluain

Annascaul

Kerry

Pre-fab

30/03/07

30/06/12

16898S

SN Breandan Naofa

Blennerville

Tralee

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17915U

Freastogail Mhuire Mixed NS

Killahan

Abbeydorney

Kerry

Pre-fab

24/10/06

30/06/12

18247K

CBS Tralee

Tralee

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18247K

CBS Tralee

Tralee

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18247K

CBS Tralee

Tralee

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18247K

CBS Tralee

Tralee

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18247K

CBS Tralee

Tralee

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18247K

CBS Tralee

Tralee

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18247K

CBS Tralee

Tralee

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18247K

CBS Tralee

Tralee

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18702I

Spa NS

Fenit

Tralee

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18832V

St Josephs NS

Castlemaine

Kerry

Pre-fab

04/01/11

03/07/12

19448C

Scoil Realt na Mara

Ardea

Tuosist

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/10/05

30/06/12

19487M

Holy Cross Mercy NS

New Road

Killarney

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19512I

St Oliver’s NS

Ballycasheen

Killarney

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19512I

St Oliver’s NS

Ballycasheen

Killarney

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19512I

St Oliver’s NS

Ballycasheen

Killarney

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19512I

St Oliver’s NS

Ballycasheen

Killarney

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19512I

St Oliver’s NS

Ballycasheen

Killarney

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19512I

St Oliver’s NS

Ballycasheen

Killarney

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19512I

St Oliver’s NS

Ballycasheen

Killarney

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/04/07

30/06/12

19547E

St Francis Spec School

Beaufort

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/11/05

30/08/15

20013U

GS Lios Tuathail

Bothar na Leabhaelainne

Listowel

Kerry

Pre-fab

01/09/04

30/06/12

08099P

St. Laurences NS

Sallins

Kildare

Pre-fab

24/08/01

30/06/12

08099P

St. Laurences NS

Sallins

Kildare

Pre-fab

13/08/02

30/06/12

09414C

St Laurence’s NS

Crootown

Athy

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

09414C

St Laurence’s NS

Crootown

Athy

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

11976K

Scoil Choca Naofa

Kilcock

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

11976K

Scoil Choca Naofa

Kilcock

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/00

30/06/12

11976K

Scoil Choca Naofa

Kilcock

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

12747A

Scoil na Mainistream De La Salle

Bride Street

Kildare

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/02/07

30/06/12

17108O

St Johns Junior NS

Michael St

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

01/02/02

30/06/12

15040T

Mercy Convent Primary School

Sallins Road

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/00

30/06/12

15040T

Mercy Convent Primary School

Sallins Road

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/12/01

30/06/12

15040T

Mercy Convent Primary School

Sallins Road

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/01/03

30/06/12

15040T

Mercy Convent Primary School

Sallins Road

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

27/09/07

30/06/12

15040T

Mercy Convent Primary School

Sallins Road

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

27/09/07

30/06/12

15040T

Mercy Convent Primary School

Sallins Road

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

27/09/07

30/06/12

15599D

St. Brigid’s Primary School

Kildare Town

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

15957D

St. Patrick’s Boys Primary School

Rathangan

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

16706G

St Joseph B.N.S

Kilcock

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

16706G

St Joseph B.N.S

Kilcock

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16706G

St Josephs BNS

Kilcock

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16706G

St Josephs BNS

Kilcock

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16706G

St Joseph B.N.S

Kilcock

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

16707I

St Peter’s BNS

Drogheda St

Monasterevin

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/03

30/06/12

16707I

St Peter’s BNS

Drogheda St

Monasterevin

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/03

30/06/12

16707I

St Peter’s BNS

Drogheda St

Monasterevin

Kildare

Pre-fab

14/03/05

30/06/12

16845U

St Mochuo’s NS

Rathcoffey

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

31/07/03

30/06/12

16845U

St Mochuo’s NS

Rathcoffey

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/04

30/06/12

16845U

St Mochuo’s NS

Rathcoffey

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

16845U

St Mochuo’s NS

Rathcoffey

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

15/09/08

30/06/12

17254C

St Corbans

Fairgreen

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/11/06

30/06/11

17254C

St Corbans

Fairgreen

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

17254C

St Corbans

Fairgreen

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

17254C

St Corbans

Fairgreen

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/11

17662R

Scoil Bhride

Kill

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

17674B

St Anne’s NS

Kill

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

17968S

Two Mile House NS

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17968S

Two Mile House NS

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

17968S

Two Mile House NS

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/11/00

30/06/12

18018S

Scoil Bhride NS

Rathangan

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18018S

Scoil Bhride NS

Rathangan

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18018S

Scoil Bhride NS

Rathangan

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18018S

Scoil Bhride NS

Rathangan

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18130M

St Patricks NS

Johnstown Bridge

Enfiled

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/04/06

30/06/09

18288B

Scoil Mhichil Naofa

Athy

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

18288B

Scoil Mhichil Naofa

Athy

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

18288B

Scoil Mhichil Naofa

Athy

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

18288B

Scoil Mhichil Naofa

Athy

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

18288B

Scoil Mhichil Naofa

Athy

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

18288B

Scoil Mhichil Naofa

Athy

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18288B

Scoil Mhichil Naofa

Athy

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18288B

Scoil Mhichil Naofa

Athy

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18288B

Scoil Mhichil Naofa

Athy

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18288B

Scoil Mhichil Naofa

Athy

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18288B

Scoil Mhichil Naofa

Athy

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18288B

Scoil Mhichil Naofa

Athy

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18288B

Scoil Mhichil Naofa

Athy

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18288B

Scoil Mhichil Naofa

Athy

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18449W

St. Conleth’s NS

Derrinturn

Carbury

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

18449W

St. Conleth’s NS

Derrinturn

Carbury

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18449W

St. Conleth’s NS

Derrinturn

Carbury

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18449W

St. Conleth’s NS

Derrinturn

Carbury

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18449W

St. Conleth’s NS

Derrinturn

Carbury

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

18449W

St. Conleth’s NS

Derrinturn

Carbury

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

18515J

Scoil an Lenbh Iosa

Prosperous

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

30/08/07

30/06/12

18644U

Straffan NS

Straffan

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/05/07

30/06/12

18988G

St. Raphaels SS

Celbridge

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

18988G

St. Raphaels SS

Celbridge

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18988G

St. Raphaels SS

Celbridge

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19597T

Scoil an Lenbh Iosa

Ballycane

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/11/00

30/06/12

19597T

Scoil an Lenbh Iosa

Ballycane

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/11/00

30/06/12

19597T

Scoil an Lenbh Iosa

Ballycane

Naas

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19675N

Scoil Bhride

Kilcullen

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19675N

Scoil Bhride

Kilcullen

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19675N

Scoil Bhride

Kilcullen

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19675N

Scoil Bhride

Kilcullen

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19796C

Scoil Phadraig

Prosperous Rd

Clane

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

01/09/11

19796C

Scoil Phadraig

Prosperous Rd

Clane

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20058T

Gaelscoil Ui Fhiaich

Chill Droichid

Maigh Nuad

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/04

30/06/11

20058T

Gaelscoil Ui Fhiaich

Chill Droichid

Maigh Nuad

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/04

30/06/11

20058T

Gaelscoil Ui Fhiaich

Chill Droichid

Maigh Nuad

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

20058T

Gaelscoil Ui Fhiaich

Chill Droichid

Maigh Nuad

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

20058T

Gaelscoil Ui Fhiaich

Chill Droichid

Maigh Nuad

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20058T

Gaelscoil Ui Fhiaich

Chill Droichid

Maigh Nuad

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20058T

Gaelscoil Ui Fhiaich

Chill Droichid

Maigh Nuad

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20058T

Gaelscoil Ui Fhiaich

Chill Droichid

Maigh Nuad

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/01/08

30/06/11

20058T

Gaelscoil Ui Fhiaich

Chill Droichid

Maigh Nuad

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/09

30/06/11

20292E

Maynooth ET

Celbridge Road

Maynooth

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

20292E

Maynooth ET

Celbridge Road

Maynooth

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

20292E

Maynooth ET

Celbridge Road

Maynooth

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

20292E

Maynooth ET

Celbridge Road

Maynooth

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

20292E

Maynooth ET

Celbridge Road

Maynooth

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

20292E

Maynooth ET

Celbridge Road

Maynooth

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

20292E

Maynooth ET

Celbridge Road

Maynooth

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

20292E

Maynooth ET

Celbridge Road

Maynooth

Kildare

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

00788V

Lisdowney NS

Lisdowney

Ballyragget

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

10/08/07

30/06/12

01300Q

St Michael’s NS

Danesfort

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

13/09/06

30/06/12

01300Q

St Michael’s NS

Danesfort

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

13/09/06

30/06/12

15160G

Marymount NS

The Rower

Thomastown

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

01/09/00

30/06/12

15632V

St Joseph’s GNS

Kilmacow

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16140F

Skeaghvasteen NS

Skeaghvasteen

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

01/07/07

30/06/12

16875G

St Patricks NS

Strangsmills

Kilmacow

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

19/06/06

30/06/13

17093E

St Brendans NS

Muckalee

Ballyfoyle

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

03/09/07

30/06/12

17108O

St Johns Junior NS

Michael St

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

01/02/02

30/06/12

17589K

SN Chiarain Naofa

Stonyford

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18660S

St Nicholas NS

Windgap

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

10/08/05

30/06/12

19344N

St Aidans NS

Kilmanagh

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19856R

Gaelscoil Osraí

Loch Buí

Kilkenny

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19856R

Gaelscoil Osraí

Loch Buí

Kilkenny

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19856R

Gaelscoil Osraí

Loch Buí

Kilkenny

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19856R

Gaelscoil Osraí

Loch Buí

Kilkenny

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19856R

Gaelscoil Osraí

Loch Buí

Kilkenny

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19930D

Scoil an Chroi Naofa Urlingford NS

Urlingford

Via Thurles

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

01556F

Scoil Bhride NS

Ballyroan

Laois

Pre-fab

12/02/07

30/06/12

07183W

St Josephs GNS

Davitt Road

Mountmellick

Laois

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

07183W

St Josephs GNS

Davitt Road

Mountmellick

Laois

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

07636K

St Fintan BNS

New Line Road

Mountrath

Laois

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

12231L

Rushall NS

Pike of Rushall

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

01/11/00

30/06/12

12692B

Kiladooley NS

Ballybrophy

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

01/07/08

30/06/12

13741Q

Rath NS

Ballybrittas

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

14260F

South NS

Ballacolla Road

Abbeyleix

Laois

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/11

14838N

Maryboro NS

Stradbally Road

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

01/09/04

30/06/12

15446B

Gaelscoil Thromaire

Trumera

Mountrath

Laois

Pre-fab

23/04/07

30/06/12

15556I

Presentation Convent Primary School

Patrick Street

Portarlington

Laois

Pre-fab

17/09/07

30/06/11

17064U

St Patrick’s NS

Ballylinan

Laois

Pre-fab

27/11/00

30/06/12

17064U

St Patrick’s NS

Ballylinan

Laois

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

17557U

St Abbans NS

Killeen

Mageney

Laois

Pre-fab

01/11/07

30/06/12

17557U

St Abbans NS

Kileen

Mageney

Laois

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

17617M

Scoil Chomhghain Naofa

Killeshin

Laois

Pre-fab

01/11/04

30/06/11

17617M

Scoil Chomhghain Naofa

Killeshin

Laois

Pre-fab

01/07/10

01/07/12

18150S

Scoil an Fraoich Mhoir

The Heath

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18150S

Scoil an Fraoich Mhoir

The Heath

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18150S

Scoil an Fraoich Mhoir

The Heath

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18547W

Faolan Naofa NS

Baile Ui Ruain

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18828H

St Pauls Primary

Borris Road

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18828H

St Pauls Primary

Borris Road

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18828H

St Pauls Primary

Borris Road

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18828H

St Pauls Primary

Borris Road

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18828H

St Pauls Primary

Borris Road

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19747M

Scoil Bhride NS

Knockmay

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

19/02/08

30/06/11

19747M

Scoil Bhride NS

Knockmay

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

19/02/08

30/06/11

19747M

Scoil Bhride NS

Knockmay

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

19/02/08

30/06/11

19747M

Scoil Bhride NS

Knockmay

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

11/12/06

30/06/11

19747M

Scoil Bhride NS

Knockmay

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

28/08/08

30/06/11

19747M

Scoil Bhride NS

Knockmay

Portlaoise

Laois

Pre-fab

19/02/08

30/06/11

20224K

Gaelscoil an tSli Dala

An Bealach Mór

Buirios Mor Osrai

Laois

Pre-fab

01/02/07

30/06/11

20224K

Gaelscoil an tSli Dala

An Bealach Mór

Buirios Mor Osrai

Laois

Pre-fab

01/07/05

30/06/11

16474L

St. Mary’s NS

Carrigallen

Leitrim

Pre-fab

23/05/07

30/06/12

17233R

St Clare’s NS

Station Road

Manorhamilton

Leitrim

Pre-fab

01/12/07

30/06/11

17233R

St Clare’s NS

Station Road

Manorhamilton

Leitrim

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

19423J

St. Patrick’s NS

Drumshambo

Leitrim

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19423J

St Patrick’s NS

Drumshambo

Leitrim

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20212D

Gaelscoil Liatroma

Attifinlay

Cora Droma Ruisc

Leitrim

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20212D

Gaelscoil Liatroma

Attifinlay

Cora Droma Ruisc

Leitrim

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

20212D

Gaelscoil Liatroma

Attifinlay

Cora Droma Ruisc

Leitrim

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

20212D

Gaelscoil Liatroma

Attifinlay

Cora Droma Ruisc

Leitrim

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

20212D

Gaelscoil Liatroma

Attifinlay

Cora Droma Ruisc

Leitrim

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

02007A

Cronagh National School Rathleale

Croagh

Rathkeale

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/12

06539H

Knockea NS

Knockea

Ballyneety

Limerick

Pre-fab

04/09/06

30/06/12

07857D

Killinure NS

Killinure

Brittas, Boher

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/00

30/06/12

09296W

Our Ladys Abbey NS

Adare

Limerick

Pre-fab

21/01/08

30/06/12

11422N

Mahoonagh

Castlemahon

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/06

14/08/11

16264A

St Marys Boys National School

Church Street

Abbeyfeale

Limerick

Pre-fab

15/07/02

30/06/12

16264A

St Marys Boys National School

Church Street

Abbeyfeale

Limerick

Pre-fab

15/07/02

30/06/12

16264A

St Marys Boys National School

Church Street

Abbeyfeale

Limerick

Pre-fab

15/07/02

30/06/12

16443A

Scoil Phádraig Naofa Buachaillí

Dublin Road

Limerick

Pre-fab

12/11/07

30/06/12

16508C

Ahane NS

Laught

Lisnagry

Limerick

Pre-fab

26/08/05

30/06/12

16712B

Scoil Naomh Iosaf

Adare

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/06/07

30/06/12

17937H

Monaleen NS

Monaleen Road

Castletroy

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/02/07

30/06/12

18161A

Castleconnell NS

Castleconnell

Limerick

Pre-fab

19/11/07

30/06/12

18161A

Castleconnell NS

Castleconnell

Limerick

Pre-fab

19/11/07

30/06/12

18177P

St Annes Primary

Rathkeale

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/04/00

31/03/11

18177P

St Annes Primary

Rathkeale

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/04/00

31/03/11

18177P

St Annes Primary

Rathkeale

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/04/00

31/03/11

18367U

Tineteriffe NS

Cappamore

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

18426K

Scoil Ide Naofa

Raheenagh

Ballagh

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/12

18653V

St Josephs BNS

Rathkeale

Limerick

Pre-fab

29/09/99

31/03/11

18692I

Catherine McAuley School. (SS)

Asbourne Ave

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/03/07

30/06/12

18991S

John F. Kennedy Memorial School

Ennis Road

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/01/01

30/06/11

18991S

John F. Kennedy Memorial School

Ennis Road

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/01/01

30/06/11

19336O

St Pauls NS

Dooradoyle

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/12

19336O

St Pauls NS

Dooradoyle

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/08/06

30/06/12

19336O

St Pauls NS

Dooradoyle

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/08/06

30/06/12

19336O

St Pauls NS

Dooradoyle

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/04

30/06/12

19336O

St Pauls NS

Dooradoyle

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/04

30/06/12

19336O

St Pauls NS

Dooradoyle

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/12

19336O

St Pauls NS

Dooradoyle

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/12

19336O

St Pauls NS

Dooradoyle

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/09

31/08/11

19475F

St Brigids NS

Singland

Limerick

Pre-fab

31/08/06

30/06/11

19475F

St Brigids NS

Singland

Limerick

Pre-fab

31/08/06

30/06/11

19931F

Gaelscoil Sheoirse Clancy

Teach an Choic Theas

Cnoc Theas

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/08/06

30/06/12

19931F

Gaelscoil Sheoirse Clancy

Teach an Choic Theas

Cnoc Theas

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/12

19931F

Gaelscoil Sheoirse Clancy

Teach an Choic Theas

Cnoc Theas

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20148U

Gaelscoil Chaladh an Treoigh

Br. Mhoin a Lin

Moin a Lin

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/05

31/12/10

20148U

Gaelscoil Chaladh an Treoigh

Br. Mhoin a Lin

Moin a Lin

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/05

31/12/10

20148U

Gaelscoil Chaladh an Treoigh

Br. Mhoin a Lin

Moin a Lin

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/11/08

31/12/10

20148U

Gaelscoil Chaladh an Treoigh

Br. Mhoin a Lin

Moin a Lin

Limerick

Pre-fab

25/08/07

31/12/10

20148U

Gaelscoil Chaladh an Treoigh

Br. Mhoin a Lin

Moin a Lin

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/12/10

20148U

Gaelscoil Chaladh an Treoigh

Br. Mhoin a Lin

Moin a Lin

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/12/10

20148U

Gaelscoil Chaladh an Treoigh

Br. Mhoin a Lin

Moin a Lin

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/12/10

20148U

Gaelscoil Chaladh an Treoigh

Br. Mhoin a Lin

Moin a Lin

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/12/10

20175A

Limerick East Educate Together NS

Mungret College

Mungret

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/12

20181S

Gaelscoil an Raithin

Cumann Rugbai Gharrai Eoin

Tuar an Daill

Limerick

Pre-fab

30/08/04

30/06/12

20181S

Gaelscoil an Raithin

Cumann Rugbai Gharrai Eoin

Tuar an Daill

Limerick

Pre-fab

30/08/05

30/06/12

20181S

Gaelscoil an Raithin

Cumann Rugbai Gharrai Eoin

Tuar an Daill

Limerick

Pre-fab

28/08/06

30/06/12

20181S

Gaelscoil an Raithin

Cumann Rugbai Gharrai Eoin

Tuar an Daill

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20181S

Gaelscoil an Raithin

Cumann Rugbai Gharrai Eoin

Tuar an Daill

Limerick

Pre-fab

29/08/08

30/06/12

20185D

St Marys Boys National School

Island Road

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/04

30/06/12

20185D

St Marys Boys National School

Island Road

Limerick

Pre-fab

01/09/04

30/06/12

20311F

Redhills NS

Redhills

Patrickswell

Limerick

Pre-fab

09/02/09

31/08/12

20311F

Redhills NS

Redhills

Patrickswell

Limerick

Pre-fab

09/02/09

31/08/12

20311F

Redhills NS

Redhills

Patrickswell

Limerick

Pre-fab

09/02/09

31/08/12

20311F

Redhills NS

Redhills

Patrickswell

Limerick

Pre-fab

09/02/09

31/08/12

07518E

Melview NS

Melview

Longford

Pre-fab

29/08/00

30/06/10

07518E

Melview NS

Melview

Longford

Pre-fab

01/11/02

30/06/10

20124G

St Marys NS

Granard Road

Edgeworthstown

Longford

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

20124G

St Marys NS

Granard Road

Edgeworthstown

Longford

Pre-fab

15/10/07

30/06/12

20124G

St Marys NS

Granard Road

Edgeworthstown

Longford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20124G

St Marys NS

Granard Road

Edgeworthstown

Longford

Pre-fab

15/02/08

30/06/12

20124G

St Marys NS

Granard Road

Edgeworthstown

Longford

Pre-fab

15/02/08

30/06/12

20128O

St Matthews NS

Mainstreet

Ballynmahon

Longford

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/11

20128O

St Matthews NS

Mainstreet

Ballymahon

Longford

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20128O

St Matthews NS

Mainstreet

Ballymahon

Longford

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20128O

St Matthews NS

Mainstreet

Ballymahon

Longford

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/05/12

00851C

Presentation Primary School

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

01434O

St Colmcilles NS

Tullydonnell

Togher

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/10

01434O

St Colmcilles NS

Tullydonnell

Togher

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

01553W

Louth NS

Louth village

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/03/09

30/06/12

01554B

Ballapousta NS

Smarmore

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

01554B

Ballapousta NS

Smarmore

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

01554B

Ballapousta NS

Smarmore

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/04/07

30/06/12

08052M

Scoil Mhuire Fatima

Dublin Road

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

13/08/10

12/08/12

08052M

Scoil Mhuire Fatima

Dublin Road

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

13/08/10

12/08/12

14069P

Dun Dealgan NS

Jocelyn Street

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/11/06

30/06/12

14207B

Scoil Mhuire Gan Smal

Kilsaran

Castlebrllingham

Louth

Pre-fab

01/01/06

30/06/11

14651U

Castletown GNS

Castletown Rd

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/03/08

30/06/11

15259C

St Malachys Girls Sch

Anne St.

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/03/06

30/06/12

15259C

St Malachys Girls Sch

Anne St.

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/03/06

30/06/12

15259C

St Malachys Girls Sch

Anne St.

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/07/08

30/06/12

16208N

Termonfeckin Mixed NS

Termonfeckin

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

16208N

Termonfeckin Mixed NS

Termonfeckin

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17059E

Iosaif na mBraithre

Geata an Domhnaigh

Droich

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17195M

CBS Primary Dundalk

Chapel St.

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17195M

CBS Primary Dundalk

Chapel St.

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17195M

CBS Primary Dundalk

Chapel St.

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

22/09/07

30/06/12

17865I

St Mary’s BNS

Congress Ave

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

24/08/08

23/08/11

17865I

St Mary’s BNS

Congress Ave

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

16/07/10

15/07/11

17949D

SN Padraig Naofa

Bothar Brugha

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/10/07

23/08/11

17949D

SN Padraig Naofa

Bothar Brugha

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

24/08/08

23/08/11

17949D

SN Padraig Naofa

Bothar Brugha

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

24/08/08

23/08/11

17965M

SN Bhride

Ardaghy

Omeath

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18069M

St Josephs NS

Mell

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

08/12/99

30/06/11

18069M

St Josephs NS

Mell

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

08/12/99

30/06/11

18069M

St Josephs NS

Mell

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

18069M

St Josephs NS

Mell

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

18098T

Scoil N Bhride C

Bothar Brugha

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18098T

Scoil N Bhride C

Bothar Brugha

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18101F

Rampark NS

Jenkinstown

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

18148I

Scoil Bhride Lann Leire

Ardee Rd

Dunleer

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18148I

Scoil Bhride Lann Leire

Ardee Rd

Dunleer

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18504E

St Malachys Boys

Anne St.

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

24/09/07

30/06/12

18504E

St Malachys Boys

Anne St.

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

24/09/07

30/06/12

18635T

St Buite’s NS

Tenure

Dunleer

Louth

Pre-fab

01/01/06

30/06/12

18635T

St Buite’s NS

Tenure

Dunleer

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19215C

SN Ard Mhuire

Ballsgrove

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

19/10/05

30/06/12

19215C

SN Ard Mhuire

Ballsgrove

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

19/10/05

30/06/12

19215C

SN Ard Mhuire

Ballsgrove

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

19/10/05

30/06/12

19215C

SN Ard Mhuire

Ballsgrove

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19215C

SN Ard Mhuire

Ballsgrove

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19215C

SN Ard Mhuire

Ballsgrove

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19223B

SN Padraig Naofa

Monasterboice

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19223B

SN Padraig Naofa

Monasterboice

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19479N

Rathmullen NS

Rathmullen

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

21/02/02

30/06/12

19479N

Rathmullen NS

Rathmullen

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

21/02/02

30/06/12

19479N

Rathmullen NS

Rathmullen

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/05/07

30/06/12

19479N

Rathmullen NS

Rathmullen

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/07/07

30/06/12

19479N

Rathmullen NS

Rathmullen

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/07/07

30/06/12

19479N

Rathmullen NS

Rathmullen

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/07/07

30/06/12

19479N

Rathmullen NS

Rathmullen

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/08/09

20/08/12

19479N

Rathmullen NS

Rathmullen

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/01/08

20/08/12

19479N

Rathmullen NS

Rathmullen

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/01/08

20/08/12

19598V

Scoil Mhuire na nGael

Bay Estate

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

15/04/11

19598V

Scoil Mhuire na nGael

Bay Estate

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

15/04/11

19598V

Scoil Mhuire na nGael

Bay Estate

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

15/04/11

19598V

Scoil Mhuire na nGael

Bay Estate

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

15/04/11

19673J

St Josephs NS

Avenue Rd

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/12/10

19673J

St Josephs NS

Avenue Rd

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/12/10

19673J

St Josephs NS

Avenue Rd

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/12/10

19673J

St Josephs NS

Avenue Rd

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/12/10

19673J

St Josephs NS

Avenue Rd

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/12/10

19673J

St Josephs NS

Avenue Rd

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/12/10

19673J

St Josephs NS

Avenue Rd

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/12/10

19678T

St Pauls Senior NS

Rathmullen

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/11/07

30/06/11

19678T

St Pauls Senior NS

Rathmullen

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/11/07

30/06/11

19678T

St Pauls Senior NS

Rathmullen

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/11/07

30/06/11

19678T

St Pauls Senior NS

Rathmullen

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/11

19678T

St Pauls Senior NS

Rathmullen

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/08

01/09/11

20171P

Ardee Educate Together NS

Dundalk Rd

Ardee

Louth

Pre-fab

16/10/03

30/06/12

20171P

Ardee Educate Together NS

Dundalk Rd

Ardee

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

20171P

Ardee Educate Together NS

Dundalk Rd

Ardee

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

20259G

St Francis NS

Blackrock

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/10

30/06/12

20259G

St Francis NS

Blackrock

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20259G

St Francis NS

Blackrock

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20259G

St Francis NS

Blackrock

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

20339E

Realt na Mara School

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/09

30/06/12

20349H

Scoil Oilibheir Naofa

Ballymakenny Road

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

20349H

Scoil Oilibheir Naofa

Ballymakenny Road

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

20349H

Scoil Oilibheir Naofa

Ballymakenny Road

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

63870L

Drogheda Grammar School

Drogheda

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/07/10

30/06/12

63870L

Drogheda Grammar School

Drogheda

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/07/10

30/06/12

63870L

Drogheda Grammar School

Drogheda

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/07/10

30/06/12

63870L

Drogheda Grammar School

Drogheda

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/07/10

30/06/12

63870L

Drogheda Grammar School

Drogheda

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/07/10

30/06/12

63870L

Drogheda Grammar School

Drogheda

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/07/10

30/06/12

63870L

Drogheda Grammar School

Drogheda

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/07/10

30/06/12

63870L

Drogheda Grammar School

Drogheda

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/07/10

30/06/12

63900R

St Vincents Secondary School

Seatown Place

Dundalk

Louth

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17856H

Scoil Naomh Mhuire

Donore

Louth (see Meath for file)

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

04796R

Brackloon NS

Brackloon

Westport

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

04796R

Brackloon NS

Brackloon

Westport

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/11

63870L

Drogheda Grammar School

Mornington Rd

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/01/10

30/06/11

63870L

Drogheda Grammar School

Mornington Rd

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/01/10

30/06/11

63870L

Drogheda Grammar School

Mornington Rd

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/01/10

30/06/11

63870L

Drogheda Grammar School

Mornington Rd

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/01/10

30/06/11

63870L

Drogheda Grammar School

Mornington Rd

Drogheda

Louth

Pre-fab

01/01/10

30/06/11

04796R

Brackloon NS

Brackloon

Westport

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

07054L

Scoil Naomh Bríd

Culleens, Killalla Rd

Ballina

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/03

30/06/11

07054L

Scoil Naomh Bríd

Culleens, Killalla Rd

Ballina

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/04

30/06/11

07054L

Scoil Naomh Bríd

Culleens, Killalla Rd

Ballina

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/08/11

07054L

Scoil Naomh Bríd

Culleens, Killalla Rd

Ballina

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/08/11

11725I

Behymore NS

Behymore NS

Ballina

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/04/00

30/06/12

11725I

Behymore NS

Behymore NS

Ballina

Mayo

Pre-fab

30/08/07

30/06/12

11725I

Behymore NS

Behymore NS

Ballina

Mayo

Pre-fab

30/08/07

30/06/12

11725I

Behymore NS

Behymore NS

Ballina

Mayo

Pre-fab

30/08/07

30/06/12

12206M

SN Padraig

Corrabheagain

Knockmore, Ballina

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/12

13659I

Bekan NS

Claremorris

Mayo

Pre-fab

26/08/08

25/08/11

13667H

St. Josephs NS

Ballina

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/09

30/06/12

13667H

St. Josephs NS

Ballina

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/09

30/06/12

13758K

Templemary NS

Carbed

Killala

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/07/05

30/06/15

13945J

Eskeragh NS

Eskeragh

Bellalorick, Ballina

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

14400S

Richmond NS

Crossmolina

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

15539I

St Johns NS

Claremorris

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

15555G

Breaffy NS

Breaffy

Ballina

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16122D

Scoil Mhuire

Knock

Claremorris

Mayo

Pre-fab

20/07/00

30/06/12

16170O

Cloghans NS

Cloghans

Knockmore, Ballina

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/00

30/06/12

16173U

Kinaffe Ns

Swinford

Mayo

Pre-fab

03/12/07

30/06/12

16283E

Pullathomas National School

Ballina

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/10/01

30/06/12

16832L

St Augustine’s NS

Murrisk

Westport

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

16904K

Lankill NS

Liscarney

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16911H

Lahardane NS

Ballina

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/05/08

30/06/12

17082W

SN Chomain Naofa

Roundfort

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/12/07

30/06/12

17209U

Caoneal NS

Caoneal

Ballina

Mayo

Pre-fab

03/09/07

30/06/12

18070U

Muire Gan Smal

Claremorris

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18070U

Muire Gan Smal

Claremorris

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18070U

Muire Gan Smal

Claremorris

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18145C

St Tiernans NS

Ballyhaunis

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/02/08

30/06/12

18542M

St. Patrick’s NS

Castlebar

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19375B

St Brid’s Spec NS

Pavilion Road

Castlebar

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

19375B

St Brid’s Spec NS

Pavilion Road

Castlebar

Mayo

Pre-fab

17/01/08

16/01/11

19375B

St Brid’s Spec NS

Pavilion Road

Castlebar

Mayo

Pre-fab

18/12/06

30/06/12

19402B

Ballyvary Central NS

Ballyvary

Castlebar

Mayo

Pre-fab

04/10/07

23/09/12

19402B

Ballyvary Central NS

Ballyvary

Castlebar

Mayo

Pre-fab

04/10/07

23/09/12

19451O

Holy Family NS

Newport

Mayo

Pre-fab

11/09/06

30/06/12

19972T

GS Uileog de Burca

Lochan na mBan, Clar Chlainne

Mhuiris

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/96

30/06/11

19972T

GS Uileog de Burca

Lochan na mBan, Clar Chlainne

Mhuiris

Mayo

Pre-fab

10/01/96

30/06/11

19972T

GS Uileog de Burca

Lochan na mBan, Clar Chlainne

Mhuiris

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

19972T

GS Uileog de Burca

Lochan na mBan, Clar Chlainne

Mhuiris

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

19972T

GS Uileog de Burca

Lochan na mBan, Clar Chlainne

Mhuiris

Mayo

Pre-fab

28/09/00

30/06/11

19972T

GS Uileog de Burca

Lochan na mBan, Clar Chlainne

Mhuiris

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/11

19972T

GS Uileog de Burca

Lochan na mBan, Clar Chlainne

Mhuiris

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/11

20142I

Scoil Iosa

Abbeyquarter

Ballyhaunis

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/11/01

30/06/11

20142I

Scoil Iosa

Abbeyquarter

Ballyhaunis

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/11/01

30/06/11

20230F

Scoil Phadraig

Altamount St

Westport

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

20230F

Scoil Phadraig

Altamount St

Westport

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

64570E

Our Lady’s Sec School

Belmullet

Mayo

Pre-fab

11/01/06

30/06/11

64570E

Our Lady’s Sec School

Belmullet

Mayo

Pre-fab

11/01/06

30/06/11

64570E

Our Lady’s Sec School

Belmullet

Mayo

Pre-fab

11/01/06

30/06/11

64570E

Our Lady’s Sec School

Belmullet

Mayo

Pre-fab

11/01/06

30/06/11

72070D

McHale College

Achill

Mayo

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

00883P

St Annes

Fairgreen

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/03/04

30/06/12

01309L

St Patricks NS

Stackallen

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/00

30/06/12

02905J

SN Naomh Padraig

Baconstown

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

04210H

St Josephs NS (Kilmessan Mxd NS)

Kilmessan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

04210H

St Josephs NS (Kilmessan Mxd NS)

Kilmessan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

05630L

St Michaels NS Trim

Patrick Street

Trim

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

11039O

Kilbeg NS

Kilbeg

Carlonstown, Kells

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/00

30/06/12

12488C

Gilson NS

Chapel Street

Oldcastle

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

12488C

Gilson NS

Chapel Street

Oldcastle

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

15104T

Scoil Bhride

Canninstown

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/01/00

31/12/10

15104T

Scoil Bhride

Canninstown

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/01/00

31/12/10

16100Q

St Josephs Mercy P.S

Railway Street

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/07/06

30/06/12

16100Q

St Josephs Mercy P.S

Railway Street

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16100Q

St Josephs Mercy P.S

Railway Street

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16100Q

St Josephs Mercy P.S

Railway Street

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16100Q

St Josephs Mercy P.S

Railway Street

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16100Q

St Josephs Mercy P.S

Railway Street

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16549Q

Scoil Naoimh Pio

Knockcommon

Beauparc

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17203I

Scoil Ultain Naofa

Baile Ghib

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/12/10

17520U

Robinstown NS

Robinstown

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17520U

Robinstown NS

Robinstown

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

30/08/07

30/06/12

17623H

O’Growney NS

O’Growney Street

Athboy

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

17623H

O’Growney NS

O’Growney Street

Athboy

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/08/11

17623H

O’Growney NS

O’Growney Street

Athboy

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/08/11

17623H

O’Growney NS

O’Growney Street

Athboy

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17705J

Whitecross Primary School

Julianstown

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

17705J

Whitecross Primary School

Julianstown

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

17705J

Whitecross Primary School

Julianstown

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17705J

Whitecross Primary School

Julianstown

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17705J

Whitecross Primary School

Julianstown

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17705J

Whitecross Primary School

Julianstown

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

17821L

St Marys, Enfield

Johnstown

Enfield

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17821L

St Marys, Enfield

Johnstown

Enfield

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17821L

St Marys, Enfield

Johnstown

Enfield

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17821L

St Marys, Enfield

Johnstown

Enfield

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

17821L

St Marys, Enfield

Johnstown

Enfield

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

17821L

St Marys, Enfield

Johnstown

Enfield

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17821L

St Marys, Enfield

Johnstown

Enfield

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17821L

St Marys, Enfield

Johnstown

Enfield

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

17821L

St Marys, Enfield

Johnstown

Enfield

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

17821L

St Marys, Enfield

Johnstown

Enfield

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/09

31/08/12

17821L

St Marys, Enfield

Johnstown

Enfield

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

17839H

Duleek BNS

Duleek

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17839H

Duleek BNS

Duleek

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17840P

Scoil Bhainin Naofa/Duleek GNS

Duleek

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17840P

Scoil Bhainin Naofa/Duleek GNS

Duleek

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18106P

Lismullen NS

Garlow Cross

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18106P

Lismullen NS

Garlow Cross

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/12/06

30/06/12

18106P

Lismullen NS

Garlow Cross

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/12/06

30/06/12

18132Q

Scoil Mhuire

Carlanstown

Kells

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18448U

Rathbeggan NS

Dunshaughlin

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18762D

Realt na Mara BNS

Donacarney

Meath

Pre-fab

01/11/99

30/06/12

18762D

Realt na Mara BNS

Donacarney

Meath

Pre-fab

01/11/99

30/06/12

18762D

Realt na Mara BNS

Donacarney

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

18767N

Realt na Mara GNS

Donacarney

Mornington

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18767N

Realt na Mara GNS

Donacarney

Mornington

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18767N

Realt na Mara GNS

Donacarney

Mornington

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18767N

Realt na Mara GNS

Donacarney

Mornington

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18767N

Realt na Mara GNS

Donacarney

Mornington

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

18767N

Realt na Mara GNS

Donacarney

Mornington

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

18767N

Realt na Mara GNS

Donacarney

Mornington

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

18767N

Realt na Mara GNS

Donacarney

Mornington

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

19560T

Saint Marys Special School

Johnstown

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19560T

Saint Marys Special School

Johnstown

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/05/06

30/06/12

19768U

St Marys NS

Asbourne

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20032B

Dunboyne Junior School

Dunboyne

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

20032B

Dunboyne Junior School

Dunboyne

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

20033D

Dunboyne Senior Primary School

Main Street

Dunboyne

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

20033D

Dunboyne Senior Primary School

Main Street

Dunboyne

Meath

Pre-fab

20/03/07

30/06/12

20033D

Dunboyne Senior Primary School

Main Street

Dunboyne

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20082Q

Gaelscoil Thulach na nOg

Br. Ruisc

Dun Buinne

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

20164S

Navan Educate Together NS

Carriage Road

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/08/11

20164S

Navan Educate Together NS

Carriage Road

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/08/11

20164S

Navan Educate Together NS

Carriage Road

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/08/11

20164S

Navan Educate Together NS

Carriage Road

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/08/11

20180Q

Scoil Naomh Eoin

Windtown

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/03

30/06/11

20180Q

Scoil Naomh Eoin

Windtown

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/03

30/06/11

20180Q

Scoil Naomh Eoin

Windtown

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20180Q

Scoil Naomh Eoin

Windtown

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

20180Q

Scoil Naomh Eoin

Windtown

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

20180Q

Scoil Naomh Eoin

Windtown

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20180Q

Scoil Naomh Eoin

Windtown

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20180Q

Scoil Naomh Eoin

Windtown

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20180Q

Scoil Naomh Eoin

Windtown

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

20180Q

Scoil Naomh Eoin

Windtown

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

20180Q

Scoil Naomh Eoin

Windtown

Navan

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

20191V

St Peters National School, Church Of Ireland

Maynooth Road

Dunboyne

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/04

30/06/12

20191V

St Peters National School, Church Of Ireland

Maynooth Road

Dunboyne

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/04

30/06/12

20191V

St Peters National School, Church Of Ireland

Maynooth Road

Dunboyne

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20191V

St Peters National School, Church Of Ireland

Maynooth Road

Dunboyne

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

20191V

St Peters National School, Church Of Ireland

Maynooth Road

Dunboyne

Meath

Pre-fab

03/10/07

30/06/12

20191V

St Peters National School, Church Of Ireland

Maynooth Road

Dunboyne

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

20191V

St Peters National School, Church Of Ireland

Maynooth Road

Dunboyne

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

20200T

Ratoath Senior NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

20200T

Ratoath Senior NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

15/09/05

30/06/11

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/08/11

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/08/11

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/08/11

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/08/11

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/08/09

20/08/12

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/08/09

20/08/12

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/08/09

20/08/12

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/08/09

20/08/12

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/10

01/10/11

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/10

01/10/11

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/10

01/10/11

20215J

St Pauls NS

Ratoath

Meath

Pre-fab

01/09/10

01/10/11

91508C

Boyne Community School

Trim

Meath

Pre-fab

07/01/08

30/06/11

15142E

Donaghmoyne NS

Donaghmoyne

Carrickmacross

Monaghan

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16769H

Latnamard NS

Latnamard

Smithboro

Monaghan

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16923O

SN iorball Sionnaigh

An Bhoth

Monaghan

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

16954C

St Michaels NS

Rackwallace

Castlehare

Monaghan

Pre-fab

01/08/06

30/06/12

17099Q

St. Josephs NS

Carrickmacross

Monaghan

Pre-fab

07/04/08

06/04/11

17099Q

St. Josephs NS

Carrickmacross

Monaghan

Pre-fab

01/04/08

06/04/11

17099Q

St. Josephs NS

Carrickmacross

Monaghan

Pre-fab

01/04/08

06/04/11

17686I

Scoil Mhuire BNS

Carrick Rd

Castleblaney

Monaghan

Pre-fab

03/09/07

30/06/12

17686I

Scoil Mhuire BNS

Carrick Rd

Castleblaney

Monaghan

Pre-fab

03/09/07

30/06/12

18028V

Scoil Naomh Padraig

Corracra

Enquale

Monaghan

Pre-fab

01/08/05

30/06/11

19162H

St Mary’s NS

Threemilehouse

Monaghan

Pre-fab

27/04/09

26/04/11

19936P

Gaelscoil Ultain

An Cnoc

Monaghan

Pre-fab

28/08/06

30/06/12

19936P

Gaelscoil Ultain

An Cnoc

Monaghan

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/12

72170H

Ballybay Community School

Ballybay

Monaghan

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

72170H

Ballybay Community School

Ballybay

Monaghan

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

72170H

Ballybay Community School

Ballybay

Monaghan

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

72170H

Ballybay Community School

Ballybay

Monaghan

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

07949I

Oxmantown NS

Birr

Offaly

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

10353P

Charleville NS

Church View

Tullamore

Offaly

Pre-fab

04/07/07

30/06/11

17523D

Scoil Chronain Naofa

Dromakeenan

Roscrea

Offaly

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/03/11

17637S

St Joseph’s NS

Ballinagar

Tullamore

Offaly

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

17827A

St Patrick’s NS

Patrick St

Portarlington

Offaly

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17827A

St Patrick’s NS

Patrick St

Portarlington

Offaly

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17827A

St Patrick’s NS

Patrick St

Portarlington

Offaly

Pre-fab

03/09/07

31/08/11

17827A

St Patrick’s NS

Patrick St

Portarlington

Offaly

Pre-fab

03/09/07

31/08/11

18057F

Scoil Mhuire NS

Kilcruttin

Tullamore

Offaly

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

18364O

Scoil Muire Banrion

Edenderry

Offaly

Pre-fab

10/08/07

30/06/12

18406E

St Francis BNS

Clara

Offaly

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18797W

SN Naomh Iosef

Tullamore

Offaly

Pre-fab

01/07/07

30/06/12

18797W

SN Naomh Iosef

Tullamore

Offaly

Pre-fab

01/07/07

30/06/12

20267F

Scoil Bhride PS

Carrick Rd

Edenderry

Offaly

Pre-fab

19/10/07

18/10/12

20267F

Scoil Bhride PS

Carrick Rd

Edenderry

Offaly

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

20267F

Scoil Bhride PS

Carrick Rd

Edenderry

Offaly

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

65582Q

St. Mary’s Secondary School

Edenderry

Offaly

Pre-fab

01/09/09

31/12/10

65582Q

St. Mary’s Secondary School

Edenderry

Offaly

Pre-fab

01/09/09

31/12/10

65582Q

St. Mary’s Secondary School

Edenderry

Offaly

Pre-fab

01/09/09

31/12/10

65582Q

St. Mary’s Secondary School

Edenderry

Offaly

Pre-fab

01/09/09

31/12/10

65620V

Sacred Heart School

Tullamore

Offaly

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

65620V

Sacred Heart School

Tullamore

Offaly

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

12964I

Ballymurray NS

Ballymurray

Roscommon

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

14356S

Lisaniskey NS

Ballydooley PO

Donamon

Roscommon

Pre-fab

01/11/06

30/06/12

15557K

Cloonfad NS

Cloonfad

Ballyhaunis

Roscommon

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

16816N

Attyrory NS

Ballinaloe

Roscommon

Pre-fab

01/09/09

30/06/12

17266J

St. Mary’s NS

Ballinagore

Roscommon

Pre-fab

01/09/02

30/06/12

18395C

Cloonakilla NS

Athlone

Roscommon

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/11

65100S

Scoil Mhuire

Strokestown

Roscommon

Pre-fab

03/10/05

30/06/11

65100S

Scoil Mhuire

Strokestown

Roscommon

Pre-fab

25/05/09

24/05/11

04487E

Achonry NS

Achonry

Tubbercurry

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

13242V

Castlerock NS

Castlerock

Adare

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/03

30/06/11

14636B

Scoil Naomh Eanna

Carraroe

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/99

30/06/12

15571E

Kilglass NS

Kilglass

Enniscrone

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

16492N

Rathlee NS

Rathlee

Easkey

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

18053U

Sooey NS

via Boyle

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/01/08

31/12/12

18298E

Culfadda NS

Ballymote

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/06/08

31/05/11

18334F

Knockminna

Ballymote

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/08/12

18575E

Scoil Naomh Molaise

Grange

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/12/07

30/06/12

18575E

Scoil Naomh Molaise

Grange

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

18575E

Scoil Naomh Molaise

Grange

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18575E

Scoil Naomh Molaise

Grange

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18979F

Scoil Ursula

Strandhill Rd

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18979F

Scoil Ursula

Strandhill Rd

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19495L

Carbury NS

The Mall

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/11

19495L

Carbury NS

The Mall

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/11

20044I

Gaelscoil Chnoc Na Re

Baile Ui Dhugain

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20044I

Gaelscoil Chnoc Na Re

Baile Ui Dhugain

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20044I

Gaelscoil Chnoc Na Re

Baile Ui Dhugain

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/09

30/06/12

20044I

Gaelscoil Chnoc Na Re

Baile Ui Dhugain

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/09

30/06/12

20044I

Gaelscoil Chnoc Na Re

Baile Ui Dhugain

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/09

30/06/12

20044I

Gaelscoil Chnoc Na Re

Baile Ui Dhugain

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/09

30/06/12

20044I

Gaelscoil Chnoc Na Re

Baile Ui Dhugain

Sligo

Pre-fab

01/09/09

30/06/12

00590A

Borrisoleigh BNS

Borrisoleigh

Thurles

Tipperary

Pre-fab

04/10/06

30/06/12

01594N

Scoil Eoin Naofa

Golden Grove Road

Roscrea

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

01594N

Scoil Eoin Naofa

Golden Grove Road

Roscrea

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

09190G

Boher NS

Boher

Ballina

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/12

10120P

Our Lady of Mercy NS

Cahir

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

10120P

Our Lady of Mercy NS

Cahir

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

11872V

Presentation Primary School

Greenside

Carrick-on-Suir

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

11872V

Presentation Primary School

Greenside

Carrick-on-Suir

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

11872V

Presentation Primary School

Greenside

Carrick-on-Suir

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

12540B

Clonmore NS

Templemore

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

16077B

Ardfinnan NS

Clonmel

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16211C

Scoil Mochaomhog Naofa

Two-Mile-Borris

Thurles

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16276H

Carrig NS

Ballycommon

Nenagh

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

16276H

Carrig NS

Ballycommon

Nenagh

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17779P

Powerstown NS

Powerstown

Clonmel

Tipperary

Pre-fab

31/08/06

30/06/11

17779P

Powerstown NS

Powerstown

Clonmel

Tipperary

Pre-fab

21/09/01

30/06/11

17779P

Powerstown NS

Powerstown

Clonmel

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/03

30/06/11

17779P

Powerstown NS

Powerstown

Clonmel

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/12/08

30/06/11

18062V

Grange NS

Clonmel

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/12/06

30/11/11

18062V

Grange NS

Clonmel

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/12/06

30/06/11

18345K

Scoil Iosef Naofa

Corville

Roscrea

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

18345K

Scoil Iosef Naofa

Corville

Roscrea

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

18345K

Scoil Iosef Naofa

Corville

Roscrea

Tipperary

Pre-fab

30/03/07

30/06/12

18345K

Scoil Iosef Naofa

Corville

Roscrea

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18716T

Cahir BNS

Cahir

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/03/00

30/06/12

18716T

Cahir BNS

Cahir

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/11/07

31/10/12

18716T

Cahir BNS

Cahir

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/11/07

31/10/12

19230V

Scoil Chormaic

Golden Rd

Cashel

Tipperary

Pre-fab

27/08/07

30/06/12

19230V

Scoil Chormaic

Golden Rd

Cashel

Tipperary

Pre-fab

27/08/07

30/06/12

19230V

Scoil Chormaic

Golden Rd

Cashel

Tipperary

Pre-fab

27/08/07

30/06/12

19230V

Scoil Chormaic

Golden Rd

Cashel

Tipperary

Pre-fab

27/08/07

30/06/12

19230V

Scoil Chormaic

Golden Rd

Cashel

Tipperary

Pre-fab

27/08/07

30/06/12

19615S

Scoil Aonghusa

Cahir Road

Cashel

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/03/08

30/06/12

20085W

GS Charraig Na Siuire

Bothar Cul na Muc, Carraig Beag

Carrick-on-Suir

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/03

31/12/10

20085W

GS Charraig Na Siuire

Bothar Cul na Muc, Carraig Beag

Carrick-on-Suir

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/98

31/12/10

20085W

GS Charraig Na Siuire

Bothar Cul na Muc, Carraig Beag

Carrick-on-Suir

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/04

31/12/10

20085W

GS Charraig Na Siuire

Bothar Cul na Muc, Carraig Beag

Carrick-on-Suir

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/05

31/12/10

20085W

GS Charraig Na Siuire

Bothar Cul na Muc, Carraig Beag

Carrick-on-Suir

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/11/05

31/12/10

20085W

GS Charraig Na Siuire

Bothar Cul na Muc, Carraig Beag

Carrick-on-Suir

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/11/06

31/12/10

20085w

GS Charraig Na Siuire

Bothar Cul na Muc, Carraig Beag

Carrick-on-Suir

Tipperary

Pre-fab

01/09/07

31/12/10

01395H

Aglish National School

Aglish

Cappoquin

Waterford

Pre-fab

20/08/07

30/06/12

12007G

Our Lady of Good Counsel GNS

Ferrybank

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

12007G

Our Lady of Good Counsel GNS

Ferrybank

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

15046I

St Stephens

25 Patrick Street

Waterford

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/11/06

30/06/12

15046I

St Stephens

26 Patrick Street

Waterford

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/11/06

30/06/12

17159I

Garranbane NS

Dungarvan

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/11/06

30/06/12

17525H

Light of Christ School

Dunmore East

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17535K

S.N. Fionnabhair (Fenor NS)

Fenor

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/08/12

17535K

S.N. Fionnabhair (Fenor NS)

Fenor

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/08/12

17535K

S.N. Fionnabhair (Fenor NS)

Fenor

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/08/12

17535K

S.N. Fionnabhair (Fenor NS)

Fenor

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/08/12

18094L

Scoil Mhuire

Abbeyside

Dungarvan

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/11/06

30/06/12

18094L

Scoil Mhuire

Abbeyside

Dungarvan

Waterford

Pre-fab

15/08/07

30/06/12

18167M

St Annes National School

Seafield

Kilmacthomas

Waterford

Pre-fab

03/09/07

30/06/12

18235D

St Marys BNS

Ferrybank

Waterford

Pre-fab

31/08/07

30/06/12

18235D

St Marys BNS

Ferrybank

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/12/06

30/06/12

18235D

St Marys BNS

Ferrybank

Waterford

Pre-fab

31/08/07

30/06/12

19108B

St Martins Special School

Ballytrunkle Road

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19108B

St Martins Special School

Ballytrunkle Road

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/99

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

16/08/05

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

16/08/05

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

31/08/99

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

31/08/99

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

31/08/99

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

31/08/99

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

31/08/99

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

19629G

Holy Cross School

Ballycarnane

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

19885B

Gaelscoil Philib Barun

Cruabhaile Uachtarach

Tra Mhor

Waterford

Pre-fab

10/01/05

30/06/11

19885B

Gaelscoil Philib Barun

Cruabhaile Uachtarach

Tra Mhor

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/01/06

30/06/12

19885B

Gaelscoil Philib Barun

Cruabhaile Uachtarach

Tra Mhor

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/01/06

30/06/12

19885B

Gaelscoil Philib Barun

Cruabhaile Uachtarach

Tra Mhor

Waterford

Pre-fab

21/05/08

30/06/13

20143K

Waterpark National School

Park Road

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20170N

Bunscoil Chill Mhic Thomaisin

Kilmacthomas

Waterford

Pre-fab

24/03/04

30/06/12

20170N

Bunscoil Chill Mhic Thomaisin

Kilmacthomas

Waterford

Pre-fab

24/03/04

30/06/12

20170N

Bunscoil Chill Mhic Thomaisin

Kilmacthomas

Waterford

Pre-fab

24/03/04

30/06/12

20170N

Bunscoil Chill Mhic Thomaisin

Kilmacthomas

Waterford

Pre-fab

24/03/04

30/06/12

64922J

Stella Maris Sec School

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/07/13

64922J

Stella Maris Sec School

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/07/13

64922J

Stella Maris Sec School

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/07/13

64922J

Stella Maris Sec School

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/07/13

64923L

CBS Secondary School

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/13

64923L

CBS Secondary School

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/13

64923L

CBS Secondary School

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/13

64923L

CBS Secondary School

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/13

64923L

CBS Secondary School

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/13

64923L

CBS Secondary School

Tramore

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/13

64970U

Presentation Secondary School

Cannon Street

Waterford

Pre-fab

21/11/05

30/06/12

64970U

Presentation Secondary School

Cannon Street

Waterford

Pre-fab

21/11/05

30/06/12

64970U

Presentation Secondary School

Cannon Street

Waterford

Pre-fab

21/11/05

30/06/12

64970U

Presentation Secondary School

Cannon Street

Waterford

Pre-fab

21/11/05

30/06/12

68078U

Gaelcholáiste Phort Láirge

Bothar Kilbarry

Waterford

Pre-fab

08/02/08

30/06/12

68078U

Gaelcholáiste Phort Láirge

Bothar Kilbarry

Waterford

Pre-fab

08/02/08

30/06/12

68078U

Gaelcholáiste Phort Láirge

Bothar Kilbarry

Waterford

Pre-fab

08/02/08

30/06/12

68078U

Gaelcholáiste Phort Láirge

Bothar Kilbarry

Waterford

Pre-fab

08/02/08

30/06/12

68078U

Gaelcholáiste Phort Láirge

Bothar Kilbarry

Waterford

Pre-fab

08/02/08

30/06/12

68078U

Gaelcholáiste Phort Láirge

Bothar Kilbarry

Waterford

Pre-fab

08/02/08

30/06/12

68078U

Gaelcholáiste Phort Láirge

Bothar Kilbarry

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

68078U

Gaelcholáiste Phort Láirge

Bothar Kilbarry

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

68078U

Gaelcholaiste Phort Lairge

Bothar Kilbarry

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/13

68078U

Gaelcholaiste Phort Lairge

Bothar Kilbarry

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/13

68078U

Gaelcholaiste Phort Lairge

Bothar Kilbarry

Waterford

Pre-fab

01/09/10

31/08/13

91509E

Blackwater Community School

Lismore

Waterford

Pre-fab

27/08/08

30/06/12

05916G

St Annes Ns Tyrrellspass

Tyrrellspass

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

14603J

Convent Primary School

Rochfortbridge

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

14603J

Convent Primary School

Rochfortbridge

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17025K

The Downs NS

The Downs

Mullingar

Westmeath

Pre-fab

24/10/07

30/06/12

17102C

Cluain Buinne

Clonbonny

Athlone

Westmeath

Pre-fab

05/09/05

30/06/12

17327D

Curraghmore NS

Curraghmore

Mullingar

Westmeath

Pre-fab

27/02/01

30/06/12

17327D

Curraghmore NS

Curraghmore

Mullingar

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17327D

Curraghmore NS

Curraghmore

Mullingar

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

17327D

Curraghmore NS

Curraghmore

Mullingar

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/03/07

30/06/12

17327D

Curraghmore NS

Curraghmore

Mullingar

Westmeath

Pre-fab

27/09/10

26/09/13

17327D

Curraghmore NS

Curraghmore

Mullingar

Westmeath

Pre-fab

27/09/10

26/09/13

17903N

Cornamaddy NS

Cornamaddy

Athlone

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/12/99

30/06/11

18262G

SN Lochan a’Bhealaigh

Mullingar

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

18405C

St Paul’s NS

Athlone

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/04/07

01/04/12

18505G

St Clares NS

Tubberclare

Athlone

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/10/01

30/06/12

18505G

St Clares NS

Tubberclare

Athlone

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/12

18640M

St Josephs NS

Rathwire

Killucan

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

18640M

St Josephs NS

Rathwire

Killucan

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/11

18640M

St Josephs NS

Rathwire

Killucan

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

18864L

Coosan NS

Castlequarter

Athlone

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/08/01

30/06/12

18864L

Coosan NS

Castlequarter

Athlone

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/12

18864L

Coosan NS

Castlequarter

Athlone

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19848S

St Etchens NS

Kinnegad NS

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/07/08

30/06/12

19848S

St Etchens NS

Kinnegad NS

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/07/08

30/06/12

19848S

St Etchens NS

Kinnegad NS

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/07/08

30/06/12

20063M

Scoil an Chlochair

Kilbeggan

Westmeath

Pre-fab

11/12/06

30/06/12

20063M

Scoil an Chlochair

Kilbeggan

Westmeath

Pre-fab

11/12/06

30/06/12

20073P

St Marys NS

Grace Pk Rd

Athlone

Westmeath

Pre-fab

06/10/07

05/10/12

20238V

GS an Choillin

An Coillin Mor

Mullingar

Westmeath

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

20238V

GS an Choillin

An Coillin Mor

Mullingar

Westmeath

Pre-fab

17/12/07

30/06/12

20238V

GS an Choillin

An Coillin Mor

Mullingar

Westmeath

Pre-fab

17/12/07

30/06/12

20238V

GS an Choillin

An Coillin Mor

Mullingar

Westmeath

Pre-fab

28/09/10

27/08/13

03633H

Our Lady of Lourdes NS

Hospital Hill

Bunclody

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/99

30/06/11

03633H

Our Lady of Lourdes NS

Hospital Hill

Bunclody

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/06/01

30/06/11

03633H

Our Lady of Lourdes NS

Hospital Hill

Bunclody

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/01/09

30/06/11

05070W

Scoil Chroi Ro Naofa

Ballymurn

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

29/08/07

30/06/12

05070W

Scoil Chroi Ro Naofa

Ballymurn

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

21/08/07

30/06/12

05070W

Scoil Chroi Ro Naofa

Ballymurn

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

21/08/07

30/06/12

05070W

Scoil Chroi Ro Naofa

Ballymurn

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

21/08/07

30/06/12

08221J

St Senans Primary

Templeshannon

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

21/08/01

30/06/12

08221J

St Senans Primary

Templeshannon

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

19/11/01

30/06/12

08221J

St Senans Primary

Templeshannon

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

15/10/02

30/06/12

08221J

St Senans Primary

Templeshannon

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

15/10/02

30/06/12

08221J

St Senans Primary

Templeshannon

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/07/05

30/06/12

08221J

St Senans Primary

Templeshannon

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/07/05

30/06/12

08221J

St Senans Primary

Templeshannon

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/07/05

30/06/12

08221J

St Senans Primary

Templeshannon

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/07/05

30/06/12

08221J

St Senans Primary

Templeshannon

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/07/05

30/06/12

08221J

St Senans Primary

Templeshannon

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/03/07

30/06/12

08221J

St Senans Primary

Templeshannon

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/03/07

30/06/12

08221J

St Senans Primary

Templeshannon

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/03/07

30/06/12

08221J

St Senans Primary

Templeshannon

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/04/07

30/06/12

08221J

St Senans Primary

Templeshannon

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/05/08

30/04/11

11986N

Mercy National School

Kennedy Park

Wexford

Pre-fab

19/11/07

30/06/12

11986N

Mercy National School

Kennedy Park

Wexford

Pre-fab

19/11/07

30/06/12

11986N

Mercy National School

Kennedy Park

Wexford

Pre-fab

19/11/07

30/06/12

15420G

Ballycanew NS

Ballycanew

Gorey

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/11/10

16409A

St Marys NS

Ballygarrett

Gorey

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

16605A

Kilrane NS

Kilrane

Rosslare Harbour

Wexford

Pre-fab

17/08/07

30/06/12

16605A

Kilrane NS

Kilrane

Rosslare Harbour

Wexford

Pre-fab

17/08/07

30/06/12

16828U

Oylegate NS

Oylegate

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

16828U

Oylegate NS

Oylegate

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17017L

St Patricks NS

Sion

Crossabeg

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/00

30/06/12

17017L

St Patricks NS

Sion

Crossabeg

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

17017L

St Patricks NS

Sion

Crossabeg

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/09

31/08/12

17610V

Scoil Baile Fada

Gorey

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/11

17768K

Castletown NS

Castletown

Gorey

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/12

17768K

Castletown NS

Castletown

Gorey

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

17769M

Scoil Mhuire

Tagoat

Wexford

Pre-fab

20/08/06

31/12/10

17769M

Scoil Mhuire

Tagoat

Wexford

Pre-fab

23/07/07

31/12/10

17800D

Bree NS

Bree

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

17800D

Bree NS

Bree

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

17841R

Scoil Mhuire

Ballyhogue

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/11/06

30/06/12

17913Q

Our Lady of Fatima NS

Barntown

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17913Q

Our Lady of Fatima NS

Barntown

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

17913Q

Our Lady of Fatima NS

Barntown

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

18280I

St Josephs Boys Primary

Gorey

Wexford

Pre-fab

17/06/05

30/06/11

18280I

St Josephs Boys Primary

Gorey

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/08

31/08/11

18336J

Boolavogue NS

Ferns

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

20/04/07

30/06/12

18558E

Piercestown NS

Piercestown

Drinagh

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/07/04

30/06/12

18558E

Piercestown NS

Piercestown

Drinagh

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/03

30/06/12

18707S

St Ibars NS

Castlebridge

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/03/02

31/01/11

19240B

St. Patrick’s Special School

Bohreen Hill

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/12/10

19240B

St. Patrick’s Special School

Bohreen Hill

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/12/10

19240B

St. Patrick’s Special School

Bohreen Hill

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/12/10

19240B

St. Patrick’s Special School

Bohreen Hill

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/12/10

19240B

St. Patrick’s Special School

Bohreen Hill

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/12/10

19240B

St. Patrick’s Special School

Bohreen Hill

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/12/10

19739N

Scoil Mhuire

Coolcotts

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/03

30/06/12

19739N

Scoil Mhuire

Coolcotts

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/03

30/06/12

19739N

Scoil Mhuire

Coolcotts

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/03

30/06/12

19739N

Scoil Mhuire

Coolcotts

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

19739N

Scoil Mhuire

Coolcotts

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/08

30/06/12

20003R

St Aidans Primary

Convent Road

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

08/10/05

30/06/12

20003R

St Aidans Primary

Convent Road

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

08/10/05

30/06/12

20003R

St Aidans Primary

Convent Road

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

08/10/05

30/06/12

20003R

St Aidans Primary

Convent Road

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

08/10/05

30/06/12

20003R

St Aidans Primary

Convent Road

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20003R

St Aidans Primary

Convent Road

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20003R

St Aidans Primary

Convent Road

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20003R

St Aidans Primary

Convent Road

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20003R

St Aidans Primary

Convent Road

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20003R

St Aidans Primary

Convent Road

Enniscorthy

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

20057R

GS Inis Córthaidh

Bothar Ros Mhic Thriuin

Inis Corthaidh

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

20057R

GS Inis Córthaidh

Bothar Ros Mhic Thriuin

Inis Corthaidh

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

20057R

GS Inis Córthaidh

Bothar Ros Mhic Thriuin

Inis Corthaidh

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

20057R

GS Inis Córthaidh

Bothar Ros Mhic Thriuin

Inis Corthaidh

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

20057R

GS Inis Córthaidh

Bothar Ros Mhic Thriuin

Inis Corthaidh

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

20057R

GS Inis Córthaidh

Bothar Ros Mhic Thriuin

Inis Corthaidh

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/11

20057R

GS Inis Córthaidh

Bothar Ros Mhic Thriuin

Inis Corthaidh

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

20057R

GS Inis Córthaidh

Bothar Ros Mhic Thriuin

Inis Corthaidh

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

63640R

CBS Wexford

Wexford

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/12

01782O

SN Padraig

Bearna Chle

Arklow

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

11372B

Scoil Mhuire Realt Na Mara

Brittas Bay

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/06

31/08/11

11649S

Nun’s Cross

Ashford

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

12529N

St Saviour’s NS

Station Rd

Rathdrum

Wicklow

Pre-fab

31/10/07

30/06/12

13932A

St Michaels GNS

St. Mary’s Road

Arklow

Wicklow

Pre-fab

03/11/08

30/06/12

14045B

Carysfort NS

Arklow

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/01/07

30/06/12

14045B

Carysfort NS

Arklow

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

14398L

Glebe NS

Church Hill

Wicklow Town

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/10

30/06/12

14398L

Glebe NS

Church Hill

Wicklow Town

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/04

30/06/12

14398L

Glebe NS

Church Hill

Wicklow Town

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

16573N

St Brigid’s NS

Trafalgar Rd

Greystones

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

16573N

St Brigid’s NS

Trafalgar Rd

Greystones

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/07/07

30/06/12

16573N

St Brigid’s NS

Trafalgar Rd

Greystones

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/08

01/09/12

16573N

St Brigid’s NS

Trafalgar Rd

Greystones

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/08

01/09/12

16634H

St Laurence O’Toole’s NS

Roundwood

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/01/07

30/06/12

16874E

St Joseph’s GNS

Rathnew

Wicklow

Pre-fab

11/07/03

30/06/12

17181B

St Joseph’s NS

Templerainey

Arklow

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/98

30/06/11

17181B

St Joseph’s NS

Templerainey

Arklow

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/98

30/06/11

17181B

St Joseph’s NS

Templerainey

Arklow

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/11

17181B

St Joseph’s NS

Templerainey

Arklow

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/11

17181B

St Joseph’s NS

Templerainey

Arklow

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/01

30/06/11

17181B

St Joseph’s NS

Templerainey

Arklow

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

17181B

St Joseph’s NS

Templerainey

Arklow

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/11

17181B

St Joseph’s NS

Templerainey

Arklow

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/11

17181B

St Joseph’s NS

Templerainey

Arklow

Wicklow

Pre-fab

10/10/07

30/06/11

17181B

St Joseph’s NS

Templerainey

Arklow

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/08/07

30/06/11

17826V

Na Coroine Mhuire Mixed

Ashford

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/08/06

30/06/12

17826V

Na Coroine Mhuire Mixed

Ashford

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/08/07

31/07/12

18365Q

Kilmacanogue NS

Kilmacanogue NS

Bray

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/11

18502A

Talbotstown NS

Kiltegan

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/01/09

30/06/12

18502A

Talbotstown NS

Kiltegan

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/01/09

30/06/12

18962L

St Ernan’s BNS

Rathnew

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/06

30/06/12

19522L

St Catherine’s Spec School

Kilmullen Lane

Newcastle

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

19522L

St Catherine’s Spec School

Kilmullen Lane

Newcastle

Wicklow

Pre-fab

18/02/05

30/06/12

19522L

St Catherine’s Spec School

Kilmullen Lane

Newcastle

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/04

30/06/12

19522L

St Catherine’s Spec School

Kilmullen Lane

Newcastle

Wicklow

Pre-fab

13/10/03

30/06/12

19522L

St Catherine’s Spec School

Kilmullen Lane

Newcastle

Wicklow

Pre-fab

27/03/03

30/16/12

19522L

St Catherine’s Spec School

Kilmullen Lane

Newcastle

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/12/01

30/06/12

19573F

St Laurences NS

Greystones

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/10/07

30/06/12

19734D

St Francis’s NS

Newcastle

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/08/06

31/07/11

19734D

St Francis’s NS

Newcastle

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/08/06

31/07/11

20045K

Gaelscoil Chill Mhantain

An Casadh Moidhreach

Rath Naoi

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20045K

Gaelscoil Chill Mhantain

An Casadh Moidhreach

Rath Naoi

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20045K

Gaelscoil Chill Mhantain

An Casadh Moidhreach

Rath Naoi

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20045K

Gaelscoil Chill Mhantain

An Casadh Moidhreach

Rath Naoi

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20045K

Gaelscoil Chill Mhantain

An Casadh Moidhreach

Rath Naoi

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20045K

Gaelscoil Chill Mhantain

An Casadh Moidhreach

Rath Naoi

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20045K

Gaelscoil Chill Mhantain

An Casadh Moidhreach

Rath Naoi

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20045K

Gaelscoil Chill Mhantain

An Casadh Moidhreach

Rath Naoi

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20045K

Gaelscoil Chill Mhantain

An Casadh Moidhreach

Rath Naoi

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

20045K

Gaelscoil Chill Mhantain

An Casadh Moidhreach

Rath Naoi

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/05

30/06/12

61850S

De La Salle College

Wicklow Town

Wicklow Town

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/09

31/08/11

70740M

Arklow Community College

Coolgreaney Rd

Arklow

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

70740M

Arklow Community College

Coolgreaney Rd

Arklow

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/07

30/06/12

70790E

Colaiste Bhride

Carnew

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/11/07

31/08/12

70790E

Colaiste Bhride

Carnew

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/11/07

31/08/12

70790E

Colaiste Bhride

Carnew

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/11/07

31/08/12

70790E

Colaiste Bhride

Carnew

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/11/07

31/08/12

70790E

Colaiste Bhride

Carnew

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/11/07

31/08/12

70790E

Colaiste Bhride

Carnew

Wicklow

Pre-fab

01/09/10

28/02/11

19626A

St Canices Co-Ed NS

Granges Road

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

10/10/06

30/06/12

19626A

St Canices Co-Ed NS

Granges Road

Kilkenny

Pre-fab

01/10/06

30/06/12

School Patronage

Timmy Dooley

Ceist:

22 Deputy Timmy Dooley asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he has consulted or commissioned any research concerning the educational outcomes of different forms of patronage for primary schools. [9880/11]

There has not been any specific research commissioned (or consultations sought) by my Department which compare the educational outcomes of the different forms of patronage for primary schools.

Schools Building Projects

Peadar Tóibín

Ceist:

23 Deputy Peadar Tóibín asked the Minister for Education and Skills his plans to prioritise school building projects; the number of school building projects that will be started during each of the next five years; and the locations of same. [9847/11]

The 2011 school building work programme, which was announced in January, is outlined on my Department's website at www.education.ie. In addition, the current status of all projects on the school building programme is published on my Department’s web-site and this programme will be regularly updated throughout the year.

My Department's most recent projections indicate that enrolments at post-primary level will rise from current levels of circa 312,200 pupils to about 336,600 pupils by the year 2017 and at primary level enrolments are expected to increase from the current total enrolment of circa 505,600 pupils to an expected enrolment circa 567,300 pupils by the year 2017.

It is within this context that the Forward Planning Section of my Department is finalising its analysis of all areas in the country in order to determine the level of additional school provision which will be required at both primary and post primary level up to 2017. This analysis will inform the development of a multi-annual plan for capital investment in schools.

Higher Education Sector

Pádraig Mac Lochlainn

Ceist:

24 Deputy Pádraig Mac Lochlainn asked the Minister for Education and Skills his plans to explore the establishment of a multi-campus technical university in the south east. [9856/11]

The National Strategy for Higher Education to 2030, otherwise known as the Hunt report, lays out a clear possible development pathway for amalgamated institutes of technology which meet specified performance criteria to seek re-designation as technological universities. A small number of new technological universities, with their own legislative framework and a distinct mission that is faithful to the ethos of the technological sector, working with existing universities, institutes of technology and other education providers, can enrich the diversity and quality of the Irish higher education landscape.

The establishment of any technological university will require the enactment of legislation. More immediately, it will also be necessary to publish the detailed performance criteria for a re-designation process and initial work is under way in developing these. I am committed to publishing these criteria at an early stage. I will consider the scope and timeframe for legislative proposals as part of my wider consideration of implementation priorities.

Adult Literacy

Tom Barry

Ceist:

25 Deputy Tom Barry asked the Minister for Education and Skills if adult literacy programmes are restricted by staff embargos and funding restrictions from answering the mushrooming demand for their services. [9754/11]

1Teachers or teacher equivalents that are directly providing tuition to pupils in schools, in special programmes or in adult or further education settings are exempt from the moratorium on public sector recruitment. This includes adult literacy tutors.

Funding for adult literacy services has increased significantly over recent years to €30 million in 2011. The number of adult literacy participants was 54,000 in 2010.

I am aware that there is significant demand across the range of part-time and full-time further education and training programmes, including adult literacy. As part of its Labour Market Policy, the Government will make literacy and basic workplace skills a national priority, with literacy training incorporated into a wider variety of further education and training programmes. The Government will also address the widespread and persistent problem of adult literacy through the integration of literacy in vocational training and through community education under its lifelong learning policy.

Schools Building Projects

Pearse Doherty

Ceist:

26 Deputy Pearse Doherty asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will devolve an annual capital budget to schools this year to allow schools to plan for capital projects. [9849/11]

The Government's Programme for National Recovery 2011-2016 includes a commitment that administrative functions relating to maintenance and school building projects currently carried out by school principals will be devolved locally and that the devolution of an annual capital budget to schools will be piloted to allow schools to plan for capital projects. In order to expedite the process of delivering projects and to maximise the output from within existing resources, my Department has been exploring alternative methods of delivering major projects. As well as the public private partnership method of delivery, my Department has also initiated a process whereby a local authority and a number of VECs have been given responsibility for managing the delivery of major projects. This process has the potential to offer the Department of Education and Skills another mechanism within which school buildings could be delivered in the future. In addition to the major capital projects funded by my Department, there are grant schemes in which responsibility for project managing and overseeing the delivery of these projects within budget is devolved to the school authority. Schemes such as the Summer Works Scheme, the Permanent Accommodation Scheme and the Emergency Works Scheme operate on this basis. The further implementation of the commitments in the Programme for National Recovery 2011-2016 will be informed by progress in the new devolution arrangements under way.

Psychological Service

Aengus Ó Snodaigh

Ceist:

27 Deputy Aengus Ó Snodaigh asked the Minister for Education and Skills his plans to reverse the cut to the number of psychologists in the National Educational Psychological Service in budget 2011. [9853/11]

The implementation of the various commitments in the programme for Government will be addressed by the Government over its period in office. I will consult my Government colleagues on this matter and other commitments in the programme for Government with a view to the timing of the implementation thereof at which stage I will make my Department's intentions in this regard public.

Higher Education Grants

Brian Stanley

Ceist:

28 Deputy Brian Stanley asked the Minister for Education and Skills his plans to develop initiatives to increase access to further higher level education for the unemployed; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9833/11]

All full-time higher education programmes covered by the free fees scheme are open to unemployed people. Unemployed people on full-time third level programmes may also be eligible for support under the Department's student grant schemes. The provision of grants is subject to a means test and other eligibility criteria. Further information on how to apply for a student grant is available on the student finance website, www.studentfinance.ie. A competitive call for proposals for €5 million was issued by the HEA at the end of January under Springboard, a new multi-annual higher education labour market fund to enable unemployed people to access innovative part-time higher education opportunities from certificate to postgraduate levels (Levels 6 to 9 on NQF). The closing date for applications from providers for funding was 18 March 2011. It is expected that full details of the part-time programmes to be provided under Springboard will be available by the end of this month. Springboard has been designed to help unemployed people who hold awards at NFQ Level 5 or 6 or equivalent with a previous history of employment in construction, manufacturing or other sectors of the economy in which employment levels are unlikely to recover to pre-recession levels. The fund also targets those with a previous history of employment with higher levels of qualifications who may also require additional upskilling or reskilling to enable them to re-enter employment.

Third Level Remuneration

Martin Ferris

Ceist:

29 Deputy Martin Ferris asked the Minister for Education and Skills the steps he has taken to ensure that unauthorised allowances are not paid to senior staff of third level institutions in the future. [9839/11]

Martin Ferris

Ceist:

39 Deputy Martin Ferris asked the Minister for Education and Skills the third level institutions in the State who paid senior staff unauthorised allowances and from whom the Higher Education Authority is seeking refunds; and the amount of unauthorised allowances paid to each person in each institution. [9838/11]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 29 and 39 together.

In the light of the payment of unauthorised allowances in the university sector, referred to in Special Report No. 75 of the Comptroller and Auditor General and subsequently considered at hearings of the Committee of Public Accounts, the Higher Education Authority is conducting an exercise to determine definitively the amount of unauthorised allowances paid to individual senior staff in each of the universities since 2005. The Comptroller and Auditor General will assist the authority by testing the completeness and correctness of the information supplied by each university and the accuracy of any calculations of excess payment amounts produced. I will inform the Committee of Public Accounts of the outcome of this exercise as soon as it becomes available. My Department has sought and received unequivocal commitments from each university where unapproved allowances were paid that in future it will adhere to the provisions of the Universities Act. In the context of annual reporting arrangements provided for in the code of governance of Irish universities, each university is required to submit an annual statement to the Higher Education Authority affirming that Government policy on pay is being complied with.

Dessie Ellis

Ceist:

30 Deputy Dessie Ellis asked the Minister for Education and Skills his plans to cap the pay of senior managers in third level institutions at €100,000. [9841/11]

Government pay policy is not determined on a sectoral basis in isolation. In general, pay policy is determined by the Government on the advice of the Ministers for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform and having regard to the provisions of the Croke Park agreement as appropriate.

Colleges Recognition

Richard Boyd Barrett

Ceist:

31 Deputy Richard Boyd Barrett asked the Minister for Education and Skills the procurement procedures followed in the granting of ministerial approval to a college (details supplied) to operate in the field of primary teacher education; the reason this college has no cap on teacher training places; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9892/11]

In 2003, the then Minister for Education and Science was the designated authority for recognition of qualifications for the purposes of employment for the regulated profession of primary teacher. Applications for recognition of qualifications were received by the Department from time to time, either from individual graduates or from institutions. The Qualifications (Education and Training Act) 1999 provided for the establishment of the National Qualifications Authority of Ireland and the Further and Higher Education and Training Awards Council for the accreditation of non-university education and training awards at further and higher levels.

In 2003, Hibernia College made an application to HETAC for validation of its Graduate Diploma in Primary Education in the format prescribed, setting out the programme objectives and outcomes, structure and outline content, assessment arrangements for learners, and facilities and staff expertise available. A panel of assessors examined the documentation and visited the college. The Programme Accreditation Committee of HETAC considered their report and accredited the programme. A certificate of course approval was issued in July 2003. As the Minister for Education and Science was the designated authority for recognition of qualifications for purposes of employment for the regulated profession of primary teacher, Hibernia College contacted the Department to ascertain whether this qualification would be recognised for the purpose of employment as a primary teacher. The Department considered the course proposal and the decision of the then Minister was that he would recognise the qualification of Graduate Diploma in Primary Education of Hibernia College for the purpose of employment as a primary teacher provided all of the conditions set by HETAC were met, including those relating to quality assurance. The Department did not procure the delivery of the course referred to by the Deputy but was approached by the college with its proposal. The college has not received any funding from the Department to run the course.

Hibernia College is a privately owned institution providing a privately run course. Neither my Department nor any other State body has a role in regulating the number of students enrolled by this privately run college. Section 38 of the Teaching Council Act has since come into force and the Teaching Council is now empowered to review and professionally accredit programmes of initial teacher education. It is open to any other providers to make an application for recognition if they so wish and any such application will be considered by the Teaching Council.

Bullying in Schools

Jonathan O'Brien

Ceist:

32 Deputy Jonathan O’Brien asked the Minister for Education and Skills his plans to ensure that all schools develop anti-bullying policies and strategies to combat homophobic bullying in their schools. [9854/11]

I take the issue of bullying in schools very seriously. I am committed to ensuring schools tackle bullying in all its forms, including homophobic bullying. Under the Education (Welfare) Act 2000, all schools are required to have in place a code of behaviour and this code must be drawn up in accordance with the guidelines of the National Educational Welfare Board. The board's guidelines, which were issued to schools in 2008, make it clear that each school must have policies to prevent or address bullying and harassment and that schools must make clear in their code of behaviour that bullying is unacceptable. The guidelines further state that as well as making explicit that bullying is prohibited in the school and having an anti-bullying policy, the code of behaviour should indicate what action the school will take on foot of alleged breaches of the school's bullying policy. Every school must have in place a policy which includes specific measures to deal with bullying behaviour, within the framework of the school's overall school code of behaviour. Such a code, developed through consultation with the whole school community and properly implemented, can be the most influential measure in countering bullying behaviour in schools. Responsibility for tackling bullying falls to the level of the individual school, as it is at local level that an effective anti-bullying climate must be established and at that level that actions should be taken to address allegations of bullying.

My Department has also issued Guidelines on Countering Bullying Behaviour as an aid to schools in devising measures to prevent and deal with instances of bullying behaviour. These guidelines were drawn up following consultation with representatives of school management, teachers and parents, and are sufficiently flexible to allow each school authority to adapt them to suit the particular needs of a school. As a further aid to post-primary schools, my Department has published a template that can be used by post-primary schools in developing anti-bullying policies. The anti-bullying policy template is based primarily on the key document Guidelines on Countering Bullying Behaviour. However, it also takes account of more recent legislative and regulatory changes. It refers to issues of contemporary concern, such as the need to tackle text bullying, cyber-bullying and homophobic bullying. The education of students in primary and post-primary schools in relation to anti-bullying behaviour is part of the Social, Personal and Health Education curriculum. Social, Personal and Health Education is now a compulsory subject at primary level and in the junior cycle of post-primary schools.

Special Educational Needs

David Stanton

Ceist:

33 Deputy David Stanton asked the Minister for Education and Skills further to Questions No. 207 of 24 March 2010, Nos. 640 and 641 of 2 February 2010 and No. 1123 of 19 January 2010, the current status of the Special Education Appeals Board; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9756/11]

The Programme for Government states that education will be a priority for this Government and that we will endeavour to protect and enhance the educational experience of children, young people and students. To that end, we are committing during the tenure of this Government to the publication of a plan for the implementation of the Education for Persons with Special Educational Needs Act 2004 (EPSEN) to prioritise access for children with special needs to an individual education plan. The Deputy will be aware that a number of sections of the EPSEN Act have already been commenced, principally those establishing the National Council for Special Education and those promoting an inclusive approach to the education of children with special educational needs.

The EPSEN Act also provides for the establishment of the Special Education Appeals Board to hear and determine appeals under the Act. The appellant sections of the Act have not yet commenced. Three members were appointed to the board for a three-year term in April 2007 in advance of the then expected full implementation of the EPSEN Act. Board members developed the processes and procedures which would be required to allow for a smooth appellant system once the relevant sections of the Act, which would allow appeals to be undertaken, are commenced. Once the sections in question are commenced, the board will have specific statutory functions and responsibilities under the EPSEN Act. In the interim there are no grounds for any appeals to be made to the Special Education Appeals Board. Accordingly, once the initial period of office of the members of the board elapsed, the previous Minister for Education and Skills decided not to make new appointments for a further term.

Jonathan O'Brien

Ceist:

34 Deputy Jonathan O’Brien asked the Minister for Education and Skills his plans to provide supports for gifted students. [9855/11]

I wish to advise the Deputy that the 1998 Education Act requires boards of management of each school to publish the policy of the school relating to participation by students with special educational needs, including students who are exceptionally able. The measures schools take in this regard are required to be stated in the school plan. It is the duty of the board of management to ensure that appropriate education services are made available to such students. Primary and secondary level schools use strategies such as curriculum differentiation, curriculum enrichment and acceleration to facilitate the development of pupils who are exceptionally able. Syllabi and curricula for second level schools have been designed in such a way to enable teachers cater for the wide range of pupil ability.

The revised primary curriculum, which has been supplied to every primary teacher, recognises the importance of developing the full potential of the child and caters for pupil diversity, including meeting the needs of exceptionally able pupils. Content is outlined in the curricula at both levels and process is also heavily emphasised. Enabling children to learn how to learn is stressed and facilitated. The development of language skills, investigatory and problem-solving skills, higher-order thinking skills and working individually, and as a member of a group, are all encouraged at both levels. While the use of information and communication technologies and the use of class and school libraries are of benefit in project work with all pupils, they have a special importance for pupils who are exceptionally able.

The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA), in collaboration with its counterpart in Northern Ireland, the Council for Curriculum Examination and Assessment (CCEA), has produced draft guidelines for teachers of exceptionally able students. These guidelines issued to all Primary and Post Primary schools in November 2007 along with a questionnaire for feedback. The NCCA/CCEA guidelines are designed to raise awareness of the social, emotional and academic needs of exceptionally able students and to assist teachers in planning their teaching and learning. The guidelines provide advice to schools on identification of gifted children, set out profiles of students, and whole school and classroom strategies and case studies which demonstrate how schools can best meet the needs of such students. The general strategies include differentiated teaching, acceleration and enrichment approaches in the context of participation in mainstream schools.

The Special Education Support Service is a service under the management of my Department which provides support for teachers to assist them in meeting the needs of all pupils with special educational needs, including those pupils who are exceptionally able. The service is available to schools who may be seeking advice or support relating to a specific special education issue in the school. More information on the range of programmes offered by the Special Education Support Service is available on www.sess.ie. In addition, the professional development service for teachers provides training in differentiation, in terms of differentiating for all pupils, whether less or more able. Issues around exceptional ability and giftedness are addressed as part of the school planning process which is facilitated by the professional development service. Finally, the programme for Government sets out this Government’s commitment to examining supports in place for gifted students and specifically to the creation of improved links with third level institutions on a regional basis, to provide gifted students with access to new programmes or educational resources.

FÁS Training Programmes

Michael Colreavy

Ceist:

35 Deputy Michael Colreavy asked the Minister for Education and Skills if his attention has been drawn to the South Dublin County Council scheme that allows persons to complete apprenticeships; and his plans to replicate this in other local authorities throughout the State. [9835/11]

Issues relating to local authorities are a matter in the first instance for my colleague, the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government. The Redundant Apprentice Placement Scheme 2011 is funded by my Department and administered by FÁS. It is a national scheme introduced earlier this year which aims to facilitate up to 1,000 eligible redundant apprentices to complete the on-the-job training phases 3, 5 and 7 of their apprenticeships with FÁS approved employers in either the private sector or, for the first time, the public sector. FÁS has met the County and City Managers Association to draw its attention to and provide information on the Redundant Apprentice Scheme 2011.

In the public sector, the placement of redundant apprentices is co-ordinated between FÁS regional offices and the relevant local authority with support from the Office for Local Authority Management. As at 22 April 2011, 103 redundant apprentices had been placed with local authorities under this scheme. Other initiatives taken by FÁS to assist redundant apprentices to progress in their apprenticeships include Changes in Progression Rules, whereby redundant apprentices unable to complete their relevant on-the-job training phases are now permitted to progress to the next Off-the-Job training phase. Under the Phase 7 Equivalent Assessments Scheme, redundant construction trade apprentices unable to complete on-the-job Phase 7 assessments at an employer undertake Phase 7 Equivalent Assessments at a FÁS training centre. The Recognition of Prior Learning Scheme allows redundant apprentices who have successfully completed all apprenticeship training Phases 1 to 7 but who have not completed the statutory four years in employment as an apprentice to validate their competence by submitting a portfolio of evidence of trade related work experience gained at home and/or abroad and/or trade related training and education. Under the Fee Waiver Scheme, FÁS day and/or evening courses fees are waived for redundant apprentices.

National Literacy Strategy

Peadar Tóibín

Ceist:

36 Deputy Peadar Tóibín asked the Minister for Education and Skills the date on which he will publish a national literacy strategy for children and young persons. [9846/11]

Michael Moynihan

Ceist:

46 Deputy Michael Moynihan asked the Minister for Education and Skills when he expects to conclude the public consultation process on the development of a National Literacy and Numeracy Strategy; and when he expects to publish and implement this strategy. [9882/11]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 36 and 46 together.

My Department received over 460 submissions as part of the public consultation process on literacy and numeracy in schools. These submissions are being examined and oral consultations with stakeholder groups are ongoing. I expect that the National Literacy and Numeracy Strategy will be drafted by the end of June 2011. The strategy will contain a series of specific short-term and longer-term actions to improve the teaching and learning of literacy and numeracy in our schools. The implementation of these actions will be overseen by a National Literacy and Numeracy Implementation Group supported by a National Literacy and Numeracy Forum. The implementation group will benefit from the participation of national and international experts on literacy and numeracy acquisition and assessment while the wider National Literacy Forum will facilitate ongoing inputs from the education partners.

Further Education

Charlie McConalogue

Ceist:

37 Deputy Charlie McConalogue asked the Minister for Education and Skills the mechanisms which will be in place to ensure the co-ordination of further education services following the completion of the reorganisation of Government Departments. [9884/11]

Since 2010, my Department has had overall responsibility for the funding and training functions of FÁS as well as the funding and further education activities of Vocational Education Committees (VECs). I am currently reviewing options regarding the provision of further education and training and the structures to support it.

Schools Building Projects

David Stanton

Ceist:

38 Deputy David Stanton asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he has received representations in relation to a new primary school at a location (details supplied) in County Cork; the progress made in relation to same; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9757/11]

My Department has received representations in relation to the provision of a new primary school building in the County Cork area to which the Deputy refers.

A major capital application has been made to the Department for the provision of a new school building for the proposed school. In accordance with the published criteria for large scale building projects, the project for this school has been assigned a Band 1.4 rating. The progression of all large scale building projects will be considered in the context of my Department's School Building and Modernisation Programme. Information in respect of the current school building programme along with all assessed applications for major capital works, including this project, is available on my Department's website at www.education.ie.

As the Deputy is aware, the Forward Planning Section of my Department is continuing its analysis of all areas in the country in order to determine the level of additional school provision which will be required at both primary and post primary level up to 2017. Overall primary requirements in the area referred to by the Deputy will also be fully considered in this context. However, in light of current competing demands on the Department's capital budget, it is not possible to give an indicative timeframe for the progression of a project for the school in question at this time.

Question No. 39 answered with Question No. 29.

Third Level Remuneration

Dessie Ellis

Ceist:

40 Deputy Dessie Ellis asked the Minister for Education and Skills the salaries of each of the heads or Provosts of third level institutions here for this coming academic year and for each of the past nine years; the additional benefits that each person accrued including any relocation costs, rent allowance, refunds on stamp duty on any new house loan purchases, and mortgage loan guarantees underwritten by the institution. [9840/11]

Salaries for the heads of Irish third-level institutions in the current academic year and for each of the past nine years are supplied in the following table.

The total includes basic salary, allowances and all other benefits in cash or in kind. The Higher Education Authority is currently conducting an exercise to determine definitively the amount of any additional unauthorised payments or benefits made to individual senior staff in each of the universities, including heads since 2005. The Comptroller and Auditor General will assist the Authority by testing the completeness and correctness of the information supplied by each university and the accuracy of any calculations of excess payment amounts produced. I will be informing the Public Accounts Committee of the outcome of this exercise as soon as it becomes available.

Third Level Institutions under the remit of the Higher Education Authority providing Degree courses

Approved Salary levels for Heads

Date from which salary applied

TCD, UCD, UCC

NUIG

DCU, UL, NUIM

DIT

IOT Directors Level I

IOT Directors Level II

Mary Immaculate & St. Patrick’s Colleges of Education

St. Angela’s College of Home Economics, Sligo

NCAD

Min.

Max.

01/04/2002

€170,706

€155,533

€155,533

€155,533

€121,391

€113,804

€107,733

€61,338

€81,544

€107,733

01/10/2002

€177,535

€161,754

€161,754

€161,754

€126,247

€118,356

€112,042

€63,792

€84,806

€112,042

01/01/2004

€182,861

€166,607

€166,607

€166,607

€130,034

€121,907

€115,404

€69,440

€92,315

€115,404

01/07/2004

€186,518

€169,939

€169,939

€169,939

€132,635

€124,345

€117,712

€70,829

€94,161

€117,712

01/12/2004

€190,248

€173,338

€173,338

€173,338

€135,287

€126,832

€120,066

€72,246

€96,044

€120,066

01/06/2005

€193,102

€175,938

€175,938

€175,938

€137,317

€128,734

€121,867

€75,302

€100,106

€121,867

01/07/2005

€200,343

€182,536

€182,536

€182,536

€142,466

€133,562

€126,437

€75,302

€100,106

€126,437

01/12/2005

€203,348

€185,274

€185,274

€185,274

€144,603

€135,565

€128,333

€76,432

€101,608

€128,333

01/01/2006

€210,699

€191,969

€191,969

€191,969

€149,829

€140,465

€132,972

€76,432

€101,608

€132,972

01/06/2006

€215,966

€196,768

€196,768

€196,768

€153,575

€143,977

€136,296

€78,343

€104,148

€136,296

01/12/2006

€222,445

€202,671

€202,671

€202,671

€158,182

€148,296

€140,385

€80,693

€107,272

€140,385

01/06/2007

€226,894

€206,725

€206,725

€206,725

€161,346

€151,262

€143,193

€82,307

€109,417

€143,193

14/09/2007

€238,239

€238,239

€217,061

€217,061

€169,413

€158,825

€150,353

€82,307

€109,417

€151,000

01/03/2008

€244,195

€244,195

€222,488

€222,488

€173,648

€162,796

€154,112

€84,365

€112,152

€154,775

01/09/2008

€250,300

€250,300

€228,050

€228,050

€177,989

€166,866

€157,965

€86,474

€114,956

€158,644

01/01/2010

€212,755

€212,755

€193,843

€193,843

€156,630

€151,800

€145,328

€80,327

€105,960

€145,952

Note: With the exception of St. Angela's College, Sligo, the rates shown above relate to persons who make an employee contribution in respect of personal superannuation benefits.

School Patronage

Brendan Smith

Ceist:

41 Deputy Brendan Smith asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he envisages the vocational education committees having a greater role in the provision of primary education; and if he supports the community national school model. [9878/11]

The role of Vocational Education Committees in the provision of primary education and the future of the community national school model are matters for consideration in the context of the wider patronage agenda at primary level.

As the Deputy will be aware, I recently officially launched the Forum on Patronage and Pluralism in the Primary Sector and its work is now underway. This process is a key objective of the Programme for Government for the education sector and a personal priority which I am pleased to have been to convene it so quickly.

The terms of reference of the Forum are to advise me on:

how it can best be ensured that the education system can provide a sufficiently diverse number and range of primary schools catering for all religions and none;

the practicalities of how transfer/divesting of patronage should operate for individual primary schools in communities where it is appropriate and necessary;

how such transfer/divesting can be advanced to ensure that demands for diversity of patronage (including from an Irish language perspective) can be identified and met on a widespread basis nationally.

The Advisory Group which I have appointed to conduct the Forum will receive and assess the various views and perspectives of participants and to then provide me with policy advice having regard to the Terms of Reference.

The outcome of this process will inform future thinking and policy making on a range of issues, including the matters raised by the Deputy. In the meantime, I have deferred the introduction of legislation to enable VEC patronage at primary level. The Community National Schools, of which I am Patron, will continue to be managed by my Department.

School Evaluations

Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin

Ceist:

42 Deputy Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin asked the Minister for Education and Skills if his plans to give parents access to more information regarding schools as a result of the proposed school evaluation system amounts to the introduction of a form of league table for primary schools. [9845/11]

I would like to clarify for the Deputy that my plans to give parents access to more information regarding schools relates to how each individual school communicates with the parents of children attending or about to attend that school about that school's operation and performance. It is not about the construction of national league tables for primary schools.

There is no room for complacency about educational standards and self evaluation by schools is important in identifying what is being done well and where there is a need for improvement. As a system of self evaluation develops I am anxious that in all cases work done by a school in that respect is shared with parents locally so that parents can be enabled to have a clear insight into the teaching and learning experience in the school.

In fact the parental role as part of a school's ongoing quality assurance and improvement is recognised in the 1998 Education Act, through the requirement for boards of management to establish procedures for informing the parents of students in the school of matters relating to the operation and performance of the school. My plans essentially involve ensuring that all schools deliver in a consistent and structured manner on that statutory intent.

Teacher Training

Timmy Dooley

Ceist:

43 Deputy Timmy Dooley asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he still has concerns around the fact that the five primary schools colleges are controlled by religious orders; and if he has any plans to address this issue following the setting up of a forum on patronage and pluralism. [9879/11]

It is the aim of my Department to ensure that there is an adequate supply of suitably qualified primary teachers to meet demand. Four of the five providers funded by my Department do not use religious affiliation as an entry requirement. St. Patrick's College, Mary Immaculate College, Froebel College and Coláiste Mhuire Marino were established as Catholic Colleges of Education. However, they each now have links with universities and accept students of all faiths and none. Entry to the Bachelor of Education is based on points achieved in the Leaving Certificate examination. The situation with the Church of Ireland College of Education is somewhat different as its remit is to provide an adequate supply of primary teachers capable of upholding and maintaining the distinctive ethos and spirit of Protestant national schools. Entry is based on points achieved in the Leaving Certificate Examination and appropriate numbers of places on the Bachelor of Education Degree programme are reserved for students who are members of recognised Churches in the Protestant tradition. Remaining places can be made available to other candidates.

The content of the Bachelor of Education programme is, currently, a matter for the individual Colleges of Education. In accordance with Section 38 of the Teaching Council Act 2001, the Teaching Council is empowered to review and professionally accredit programmes of initial teacher education. The Teaching Council has initiated reviews of a range of initial teacher education programmes and will consider course content in this context.

The Bachelor of Education courses provided by the Colleges of Education include compulsory modules on religious education. The content of these courses varies between the different institutions and, in general, has a strong focus on methodology. They aim to ensure that student teachers understand the spiritual and religious development of the primary school child in a general sense and that they are aware of the content and methodologies of the programmes developed by the Catholic Church, the Board of Education of the General Synod of the Church of Ireland and Educate Together. They also aim to ensure that the student teachers are enabled to plan an RE programme which can be applied in schools of varying traditions and ethos. As with all elements of the programme this area evolves and is reviewed by the Colleges in accordance with the changing educational landscape.

The recently established Forum on Patronage and Pluralism in the Primary Sector offers a platform for consideration of the very many issues that arise in the context of divesting of patronage by the Catholic Church and transfer of patronage generally.

The Forum will take a multi-dimensional approach involving consultations with the key education stakeholders, including parents and other interested parties in order to ensure the widest possible consultation on this important issue. I would hope that the work of the Forum will deliver clear agreed specific modalities for the transfer of patronage which will allow for progress to be made on actual transfers during 2012.

I am confident that the Colleges of Education and the Teaching Council will respond to the outcomes of the Forum in reviewing course content and the requirements for same, respectively.

Early Childhood Education

Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin

Ceist:

44 Deputy Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin asked the Minister for Education and Skills the level of funds that will be invested in a targeted early childhood education programme for disadvantaged children. [9844/11]

My Department is already investing in a targeted early childhood education programme for children at risk of educational disadvantage. The Early Start programme aims to provide an educational programme for children aged 3-4 which would enhance their overall development and offset the effects of social disadvantage. The specific objectives of the programme are:

To enhance the children's language, cognitive and social/emotional development by engaging them in structured play activities which are characterised by high quality adult/child interaction.

To assess the strengths and needs of each child in relation to language, cognition and social/emotional development and to plan and deliver a programme of learning to meet the identified needs in these key areas of learning.

To devise strategies which actively engage parents in the education of their children.

In 2010, just over €6 million was expended on this programme. In recent years, the State along with Atlantic Philanthropies have funded Prevention and Early Intervention Programmes in areas of disadvantage. These include YoungBallymun, Tallaght's Childhood Development Initiative and the Preparing for Life Programme in Darndale. The evidence accruing from these intervention programmes as to what works most effectively for young children at risk of educational disadvantage will inform further targeted interventions.

Education Schemes

Sandra McLellan

Ceist:

45 Deputy Sandra McLellan asked the Minister for Education and Skills his plans to help teen parents complete their second level education. [9851/11]

While current figures on the number of teen parents in second level are not readily available, the most recent statistics available indicate 2,223 teen births in 2009. Of these, 1201 were to mothers aged 18 years or younger.

For young parents of school-going age, the most pressing issues are considered to be a sensitive response to their needs, appropriate counselling/ mentoring and medical assistance, minimal disruption of tuition, and appropriate access to childcare. Individual circumstances will differ and accordingly, school management practice will vary from case to case. Generally, when it comes to the attention of the school that a pupil is pregnant, the school authorities check to ensure that the pupil is receiving appropriate medical assistance and counselling advice. Schools endeavour to be sensitive and understanding to the pupil's needs while trying to ensure that her education is not neglected.

Home tuition is provided to pregnant schoolgirls who are absent from school during the latter stages of pregnancy or immediately following the birth of a baby when attendance may be impractical. In 2009/10, home tuition was approved for 63 pregnant girls attending post primary schools.

Funding was being provided by my Department in 2010/11 for the educational element of 8 Teenage Parenting Support projects as a specific gender element of the School Completion Programme under DEIS in preventing early school leaving among teenage mothers and fathers. These are as follows:

1. Carlow Teen Parenting Programme

2. Cork Teen Parenting Programme

3. Donegal Teen Parenting Programme

4. Barnardos Teen Parenting Programme

5. Coolock Teen Parenting Programme

6. Galway Teen Parenting Programme

7. Limerick Teen Parenting Programme

8. Louth Teen Parenting Programme

Funding was also provided to Waterford Student Mothers Project in 2010/11.

In 2009, 485 young parents were referred to the Teen Parenting Support Programme (TPSP). This included 441 young mothers. It also includes 35 young fathers who are supported independently from the mother of the child.

Each Teenage Parenting Support project has made links with a School Completion Programme in their area, assisted by the SCP National Coordination Team and the Teenage Parenting Support Initiative Coordinators. The young parents supported by the Teenage Parenting Projects are given the opportunity to reach their full potential through continued participation in education and training. This will improve their life opportunities and reduce the likelihood of the young family experiencing poverty and social exclusion and being long-term dependants on state support. Furthermore, my Department is represented on the National Advisory Committee-Teen Parents Support Initiative which meets twice a year.

An analysis by the Teen Parents Support Programme of 1349 young mothers who engaged with TPSP between mid 2005 and 2008 shows that, at the time of referral, 46% (623) were in education/training. Of these, 65% were in second level schools. A further 339 were early school leavers. Data on the relationship between pregnancy and early school leaving was collected on 217 of the above 339 early school leavers. It showed that 50% of the young women were still in school at the beginning of their pregnancy. Of these, 98 left during the pregnancy and 10 left after the birth of their children. This demonstrates the importance of supporting pregnant and/ or parenting teens to remain within the school system.

Between 2005 and 2008, 61% of all mothers who had not completed their Leaving Certificate received education-related supports from TPSP staff. This refers to mothers both in and out of education and includes 294 young mothers who received financial support through the School Completion Programme.

Data collected on 262 of the 339 early school leavers shows that during 30 months of engagement with TPSP, 21% (56) returned to education or training and 19 of these 56 young mothers received financial support from the School Completion Programme. Under the Community Childcare Subvention Scheme administered by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs, there is a tiered system of payments in place for parents in receipt of Social Welfare. The scheme allows eligible parents, including teenagers completing their second level education, to access reduced childcare costs at community childcare services participating in the scheme. Parents who are secondary school students are granted Band A status which means that the childcare provider will get a maximum subsidy of €100 per child (€130 for a baby) for a full time place.

Question No. 46 answered with Question No. 36.

Higher Education Strategy

Charlie McConalogue

Ceist:

47 Deputy Charlie McConalogue asked the Minister for Education and Skills when he expects to begin the review of the recommendations in the Hunt report. [9883/11]

As I have indicated to the House previously, the process to develop the proposals for a new higher education strategy under the chairmanship of Colin Hunt was a lengthy one and provided for a comprehensive examination of the challenges facing the sector with a wide range of inputs from different stakeholders as well as national and international expertise. While I would not necessarily be bound by the specifics of every recommendation in the report, and in particular the specific issue of future financing will be the subject of further consideration as set out in the Programme for Government, I believe that, taken in the round, the strategy represents the broad basis on which higher education policy should be developed over the coming decades. The overall implementation effort will require strong partnership and involvement across the system in delivering on the various detailed actions required. Having considered overall implementation priorities, it is my intention to make a comprehensive statement over the coming weeks in relation to my agenda for delivery on priority strategy actions and the overall development of our higher education system.

Educational Disadvantage

Seán Crowe

Ceist:

48 Deputy Seán Crowe asked the Minister for Education and Skills the date on which he will publish the Educational Research Centre evaluation and report of the DEIS scheme; the date on which he will publish the evaluation by his Department’s inspectorate of the implementation of DEIS; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9831/11]

In 2006, my Department commissioned the Educational Research Centre (ERC) to commence a comprehensive evaluation of DEIS, the action plan for educational inclusion. The aim of the evaluation is to monitor the implementation of the programme and assess its impact on students, families, schools, and communities at primary and post-primary levels. The evaluation has involved the testing of pupils together with attitudinal studies focusing on pupils, teachers and a wide group of other stakeholders. An advisory group was established to support the evaluation.

The forthcoming report, which is expected shortly, is the second in a series of reports and deals with the evaluation of DEIS at primary level with a particular focus on change in English reading and mathematics between 2007 and 2010. A previous report on DEIS focusing on rural disadvantage is available for download from the Educational Research Centre website (www.erc.ie). I envisage that the forthcoming report will also be made available following consideration within my Department and by the Advisory Group.

In parallel with the ERC's research on pupil attainment in DEIS schools, the Inspectorate of my Department conducted evaluations of planning in a sample of 36 DEIS schools. Evaluations were completed in 18 primary schools in spring 2010 and in 18 post-primary schools in the period September to December 2010. Reports on the effectiveness of planning and target setting in each of the schools have been provided to the board of management of each school. A national composite report on the effectiveness of DEIS planning in the primary schools has been completed and is expected to be published by June 2011. A composite report on the effectiveness of DEIS planning in the sample of post-primary schools is under preparation and is expected to be available by August 2011.

Special Educational Needs

Michael Healy-Rae

Ceist:

49 Deputy Michael Healy-Rae asked the Minister for Education and Skills in view of the fact that the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, which was ratified by Ireland in 1992, clearly states that Ireland’s children are entitled to a minimum standard of education, the reason there are parents involved in the CITCAAT campaign seeking these same rights. [9125/11]

The Deputy will be aware of my Department's commitment to ensuring that all children, including those with autism, can have access to an education appropriate to their needs in school settings. This facilitates access to individualised education programmes, fully qualified professional teachers, special needs assistants and the appropriate school curriculum with the option, in line with each child's ability, of full/partial integration and interaction with other pupils.

My Department's policy is to provide for children with special educational needs, including autism, to be included in mainstream schools unless such a placement would not be in their best interests or the interests of the children with whom they are to be educated. Some children may be supported in a special class attached to a mainstream school. These students have the option, where appropriate, of full/partial integration and interaction with other pupils. Other children may have such complex needs that they are best placed in a special school. Students with special educational needs have access to a range of support services including additional teaching and/or care supports. In special schools and special classes, students are supported through lower pupil teacher ratios. Special needs assistants may also be recruited specifically where pupils with disabilities and significant care needs are enrolled.

The Deputy will be aware that the establishment of a network of autism-specific special classes in schools across the country to cater for children with autism has been a key educational priority in recent years. In excess of 430 classes have now been approved around the country at primary and post primary level, including many in special schools. My Department has put in place a training programme for teachers in autism-specific interventions including Treatment and Education of Autistic Communication Handicapped Children (TEACCH), Picture Exchange Communications System (PECS) and Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) through the Special Education Support Service.

The Deputy will be aware that the National Council for Special Education (NCSE) is responsible, through its network of local Special Educational Needs Organisers (SENOs), for allocating special needs resources to schools to support children with special educational needs. The NCSE operates within my Department's criteria in allocating such support. The NCSE will continue to support schools, parents, children and teachers and special needs assistants will continue to be deployed to schools to meet children's needs in line with my Department's policy. SENOs with their local knowledge and expertise are a valuable resource to parents in sourcing an educational placement. The Deputy will also be aware that my Department provides grant aid under the Home Tuition Scheme to provide early education intervention for pre-school children with a confirmed diagnosis of autism or to parents of children with autism who are awaiting an educational placement.

The Deputy may wish to contact my colleague, the Minister for Health and Children or the HSE directly in relation to the reference to children awaiting assessments, diagnosis and Early Intervention services in the details provided with his question. Similarly the Deputy may also wish to contact the Minister for Social Protection regarding the reference to issues surrounding the Domiciliary Care Allowance and the Carer's Allowance.

Departmental Funding

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

50 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Taoiseach the level of State grants and-or other supports given to the Institute of International and European Affairs during the two decades up to 2011; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10222/11]

My Department does not provide grants or other such supports to the Institute of International and European Affairs (known as the Institute of European Affairs up to July 2008). It has, however, been a corporate member of the Institute since 1993 and pays an annual membership fee in this regard.

The sums involved are set out in the following tables (in Irish Punts up to 2001, Euros thereafter).

Year

Amount Paid

IR£

1993

1,000

1994

1,000

1995

1,000

1996

1,000

1997

1,000

1998

1,000

1999

1,000

2000

1,000

2001

1,000

Total

9000

Year

Amount Paid

2002

2,000.00

2003

2,000.00

2004

2,000.00

2005

2,000.00

2006

5,000.00

2007

5,000.00

2008

6,000.00

2009

6,000.00

2010

6,000.00

2011

6,000.00

Total

42,000.00

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

51 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs the level of State grants and-or other supports given to the Institute of International and European Affairs during the two decades up to 2011; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10219/11]

Between 2000 and 27 January 2011, my Department has given €259,048.68 to the Institute of International and European Affairs and its predecessor, the Institute for European Affairs. This funding included fees for annual corporate membership for the Department, payments for the production and printing of publications on European matters, and payments for organising lecture series and participation in international meetings.

It has not been possible in the time available to determine the exact figures for funding given in the period 1991 to 1999. However, should the Deputy wish for further information on this my officials will endeavour to obtain it for him.

Tax Code

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

52 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Finance if he will review the imposition of a carbon tax on Dublin Bus which, along with the abolition of the fuel rebate, cost the company €14.1 million last year, in view of the critical role that Dublin Bus and other public transport services play in reducing carbon emissions by encouraging the modal switch from private cars; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9596/11]

It must be recognised that emissions from the transport sector remain significant. The carbon tax is about sending price signals to the sector as a whole. The carbon tax does not differentiate between private and public transport per se, however, the impact on public transport will be far less than on private transport by virtue of the fact that the carbon tax is dispersed amongst more people, for example, using a bus compared to an individual in a car.

Consequently, the carbon tax will be proportionately less for users of public transport which should be an incentive for its use. In addition, the carbon tax provides an incentive for both private motorists and providers of public transport to invest in fuel efficient cars and buses when they are making future purchasing decisions. In relation to the fuel rebate scheme, a derogation under EU Directive 2003/96 on Energy Taxation allowed the application of a reduced rate of Mineral Oil Tax to fuel used for the purposes of certain road passenger services. Arising from an EU Commission decision, that derogation has expired and the arrangement was, therefore, terminated by the Finance Act 2008. It would not be possible, having regard to the relevant provisions of EU law, to re-introduce a scheme of that nature for those services.

Revenue Commissioners Staff

John O'Mahony

Ceist:

53 Deputy John O’Mahony asked the Minister for Finance the number of full-time customs and excise officials working in the Border, midlands and west region for the years 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9906/11]

John O'Mahony

Ceist:

54 Deputy John O’Mahony asked the Minister for Finance the number of part-time customs officials working in the Border, midlands and west region for the years 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9907/11]

John O'Mahony

Ceist:

55 Deputy John O’Mahony asked the Minister for Finance the number of staff engaged full-time in the detection of drugs in the Border, midlands and west region of the Revenue Commissioners; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9908/11]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 53 to 55, inclusive, together.

I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that Revenue is an integrated Tax and Customs administration, and all Revenue staff are available for assignment to any required functions in accordance with currently identified priorities and risks. Currently (30 April) the Revenue Commissioners have 881 staff serving in the Border, Midlands, West region. The corresponding figures for staff employed at the same point in each of the previous years requested are as follows (all full-time equivalents): 2006, 885; 2007, 945; 2008, 972; 2009, 962; 2010, 888.

These staff play an important part in ensuring compliance with all taxes and duties including customs obligations and excise duties and are supplemented by staff from other Revenue Regions and Revenue's Investigation and Prosecution Division as required for specific planned operations, particularly in relation to excises and smuggling. Revenue is aware that it plays a frontline role in protecting society from the importation of illicit drugs. As a stakeholder in the Government's National Drugs Strategy, Revenue plays an important role in implementing the Supply Reduction Pillar.

Strategic and Operation Plans, which are managed on a national basis, have been put in place to ensure Revenue meets its commitments under the strategy. This ongoing commitment is bolstered by the deployment of the two Revenue Customs Cutters, the RCC Suirbhéir and the RCC Faire, two X-Ray scanners and 13 detector dog teams, coupled with the management of the Customs Drugs Watch programme.

Revenue works proactively with an Garda Síochána and the Naval Service as part of the Joint Task Force on Drugs Interdiction. Along with effective operational interventions, Revenue has also used its contacts within international law enforcement agencies to proactively profile drug trafficking networks.

Customs Searches

John O'Mahony

Ceist:

56 Deputy John O’Mahony asked the Minister for Finance the number of private aircraft searched for drugs at Ireland West Airport Knock in the years 2008, 2009 and 2010; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9909/11]

I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that all private aircraft arrivals at Ireland West Airport Knock are monitored on an ongoing basis, and based on risk analysis, profiling, review of intelligence etc., a decision is made on whether or not to search a private aircraft. While private aircraft are boarded from time to time at Ireland West Airport Knock, to check for drugs and other contraband, it is not the policy of the Revenue Commissioners to publish precise details of such enforcement activities, as this could prejudice current or future operations. The Commissioners further advise me that passengers and crew from private aircraft who enter the State are subject to the same checks as other arrivals, including individual profiling, and are liable to be checked by Revenue staff and screened by the drug detector dog.

In line with best practice in customs administration worldwide, Revenue regards the development of information and intelligence as critical to the detection of evasion and smuggling, including drug smuggling. This is very important in the case of Ireland and other EU Member States where the operating environment for Customs has been shaped to a significant degree by the introduction of the Internal Market and the related principles of freedom of movement within the EU. Of specific relevance are the abolition of routine and systematic Customs checks on goods and passengers moving within any part of the EU. The approach has of necessity been to balance the freedom of movement principle in regard to people and goods with the need to control smuggling.

Motor Vehicle Registration

Michael McCarthy

Ceist:

57 Deputy Michael McCarthy asked the Minister for Finance the reason the cost of registering a classic or vintage car increased from €50 to €200 last month; and whether there is any discretion for cars which are used solely for charity fund-raising events. [9916/11]

The Deputy may be aware that the rate of €50 for Category C vehicles had not been increased since its introduction in 1993 (when it was set at £40 and converted to €50 in 2002). Given that the rate hardly covered the administration costs of registering a vehicle, in particular when the pre-registration examination cost from 1 September 2010 is deducted from the VRT rate, it was decided in the 2011 Budget to increase the rate to €200. There is no discretion for cars that are used solely for charity fund-raising events.

Financial Services Regulation

Eric J. Byrne

Ceist:

58 Deputy Eric Byrne asked the Minister for Finance in relation to special purpose vehicles set up to take advantage of the provisions of section 110 of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997, as amended, if he will provide the number of such SPVs known to the Revenue Commissioners; the number of forms S.110 received by the Revenue Commissioners in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and as of 31 March 2011; the numbers of such vehicles audited by Revenue in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and as of 31 March 2011; the estimates of the tax yield arising under each tax head for 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010; the total value of the underlying assets held in these vehicles which have been securitised; the total number of Revenue staff engaged in the monitoring of securitisation; their grades, the proportion of their time allocated to the work; and the Revenue divisions in which they are located and the number of meetings held between Revenue staff and staff in the Financial Regulator’s office regarding policing compliance levels with Irish law by these companies. [9954/11]

I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that the information requested by the Deputy, insofar as it is available, is as follows:

Total No. of SPVs

Section 110 companies have been obliged to submit Form S110 notifications since 6 February 2003. The number of notifications received from that date is 1694. It is likely that a number of these companies have ceased business in the interim.

No of Forms S 110 received

Year

Number of Form S110

2007

444

2008

245

2009

144

2010

140

1 Jan-31 Mar 2011

50

No. of audits carried out on section 110 vehicles

It is not possible to provide this information. No specific statistical code exists for companies that avail of section 110 TCA 1997. Consequently, it is not possible to separate audits of section 110 companies from other audits carried out by Revenue auditors.

Tax yield from section 110 companies

It is not possible to provide this information. No specific statistical code exists for companies that avail of section 110 TCA 1997.

Value of underlying assets held by qualifying companies

This information is not available.

No. of Revenue Staff engaged in monitoring securitisation companies

A Financial Services Unit in Revenue's Large Cases Division is responsible for monitoring/auditing section 110 companies. While it is not possible to identify a specific resource or time allocation, section 110 companies are overseen by an Assistant Principal and a Higher Executive Officer in that Unit.

Meetings held between Revenue and the Financial Regulator

There have been no meetings between the Revenue Commissioners and the Financial Regulator specifically on the issue of policing compliance levels with Irish law by section 110 companies. The Revenue Commissioners and the Financial Regulator police compliance levels with separate facets of Irish law but there is provision for exchange of information in certain defined circumstances under the Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland Act 2003. Compliance with tax law is a matter for the Revenue Commissioners only.

Insurance Industry

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

59 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Finance if he will report on the proposed introduction of a new industry-wide levy on all non-life insurance policy holders of between 1% and 2%; his views on this proposed new levy in view of the severe financial pressure that many households already are under and the high insurance costs; if he also will indicate if the old ICI levy is still being charged on insurance; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9968/11]

The purpose of the Insurance Compensation Fund (ICF) is to protect policy holders in the event of their insurer becoming insolvent. As the Deputy is aware, the Joint Administrators of QIL (in administration) last week announced the sale of certain QIL assets and liabilities to Liberty Mutual Direct Insurance Company Ltd, representing the best option for policy holders of QIL. The Joint Administrators also identified solvency breaches in QIL for which they have to seek assistance from the ICF. They indicated that the reason for this is the fact that QIL recorded a total loss of €706 million for the year ending December 2009, due mainly to operating losses in the UK market and a write-down in the value of assets, particularly in relation to the company's investment in Quinn Property Holdings.

In addition, they estimate that losses in 2010 will amount to €160 million, mainly reflecting UK business written immediately prior to their appointment. These losses have been incurred due to the policies and strategies pursued by the previous management. These losses are expected to lead to a call on the Insurance Compensation Fund (ICF) in the region of approximately €600m, however the approval of the High Court will first have to be obtained.

At present the ICF has reserves of €30m. Additional money can be raised by the Central Bank through the placing of a levy of up to 2% of an insurance company's aggregate income under Section 6 of the 1964 Insurance Act. In addition, under Section 5 of the same Act, I, as Minister for Finance, can if recommended by the Central Bank, advance moneys to the Fund to enable payments to be made expeditiously. These advances must be repaid to the Exchequer by the ICF. To date no request for funding has been made to me.

The Insurance Corporation of Ireland, a subsidiary of Allied Irish Bank, collapsed in 1985. It should be noted that no levy was placed on the industry after the ICI collapse as compensation to meet the company's liabilities was provided by a combination of AIB funding, commercial loans and State loans which have since been repaid.

However, a levy of 2% of gross premium income was introduced on 1 January 1984 following the collapse of PMPA in October of the preceding year. The levy was paid by all non-life insurers at this rate until 31 December 1991 and a reduced levy of 1% applied for the period 1 January 1992 to 31 December 1992, when it was discontinued as sufficient moneys had been collected to successfully complete the administration of the former PMPA.

Banking Sector Regulation

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

60 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Finance if he will confirm that the Irish bank stress tests carried out by BlackRock Inc., Boston Consulting Group and Barclays plc cost up to €30 million; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9969/11]

The Central Bank of Ireland is not Exchequer funded. This matter is the responsibility of the Central Bank Commission and the Minister for Finance had no role in the matter. However, the Central Bank has informed me that the final consultancy cost is expected to be in the region of €30m, including VAT.

It is important to note that the costs relate to the three firms and third party sub-contractors. These costs also cover additional work that is being carried out during the second quarter of 2011 in relation to the assessment of INBS loan losses and review of Anglo loan loss methodologies.

Details of all firms, including third party sub-contractors are available in the Central Bank's Financial Measures Programme Report, which is available at: http://www.financialregulator.ie/ industry-sectors/credit-institutions/Documents/The%20Financial%20Measures%20Programme%20Report.pdf.

The Central Bank has also informed me that in light of the requirement under the EU-IMF programme to use consultants under a very tight deadline for urgent financial stability purposes, it was not possible to apply normal tender processes. However expert firms were selected from a larger list. The Central Bank invited those firms to tender and those able to provide submissions at short notice were reviewed. A selection panel (including a Central Bank appointed risk adviser) was used to assess presentations from firms. Firms were also asked to provide fee estimation and were then selected.

Firms were chosen on the basis of their expertise and knowledge, with each having a specific role in specified areas. BlackRock is a leading global provider of investment and risk advisory services to public and private clients and was commissioned to leverage their extensive expertise to provide a bottom-up loan loss forecast for the Irish banks in both a base case and a stress scenario over the next three years and lifetime. Barclays Capital provided expert advice on banking sector reorganisation and deleveraging issues. The Boston Consulting Group provided project management resources across the Financial Measures Programme, an assessment of the loan loss forecasting exercise and it also contributed to expert advice for the PCAR and PLAR.

Proposed Legislation

Peter Mathews

Ceist:

61 Deputy Peter Mathews asked the Minister for Finance the protection in place for whistleblowers who expose wrongdoing in financial institutions; his plans to introduce legislation to further protect them; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9975/11]

Legislative provision for the protection of whistleblowers in the financial services sector will be considered in the context of the commitment in the Programme for Government for the introduction of whistleblowers' legislation.

Local Authority Funding

John McGuinness

Ceist:

62 Deputy John McGuinness asked the Minister for Finance his views of rateable valuations; if he will reform the system and update the legislation to ease the cost burden of local authority rates on the small and medium enterprise sector; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9995/11]

The Valuation Act 2001 which came into effect on 2 May, 2002, provides that all buildings used or developed for any purpose including constructions affixed thereto are rateable unless expressly exempted under Schedule 4 of the Act. Such exempt buildings would principally include those used for public worship, education and health care provided on a not-for-profit basis, and charitable purposes. The basis of valuation for all commercial property, inclusive of premises occupied by small and medium size enterprises, is net annual value, i.e. the rental value of the property and, in the interests of equity, all such valuation revisions are determined by reference to the values of comparable properties on the same valuation list.

The legislation also provides for the revaluation of all commercial and industrial property in the State and the Commissioner of Valuation who has sole responsibility for all valuation matters under the Act is implementing the revaluation programme on a nationwide basis. The purpose of revaluation is to bring more equity, fairness and transparency into the local authority rating system and following completion of the initial revaluation programme, I am satisfied that there will be a much closer and uniform relationship between rental values of property and their commercial rates liability and that this relationship will thereafter be maintained by means of recurring revaluations provided for in the Act.

Under the Valuation Act 2001 the commercial rates income of the local authority will be capped in the year following a revaluation. Any increase will be limited to the rate of inflation. The purpose of revaluation is to redistribute the commercial rates liability more equitably between ratepayers rather than to increase the total amount of commercial rates collected by a local authority.

The revaluation programme began in November 2005 in the South Dublin County Council area and has since been rolled out to the areas covered by Fingal and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Councils. The revaluation of South Dublin was completed in December 2007, Fingal was completed in 2009 and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown was completed in 2010. In the next phase, the revaluation of the Dublin City Council area will commence with the signing of the valuation order on 5th May, 2011. This will entail the valuation of circa 25,000 properties and the new list will be published in December 2013. It is intended to roll out the programme to further local authority areas later in 2011 and the necessary process of consultation, as provided for under the Act, is underway with the local authorities of Waterford, i.e. Waterford City and County Council and Dungarvan Town Council. Preliminary work is also under way on the revaluation of Limerick City.

The Commissioner is actively reviewing options which might hold potential for accelerating the delivery of the revaluation programme within a shorter timeframe. While I have no immediate plans to amend the Valuation Act 2001, my officials are reviewing various provisions of the Act to achieve greater efficiencies, including streamlining the appeals process. I should point out that while the lists of rateable valuations produced and maintained by the Valuation Office are the basis on which rates are levied, the amount of rates to be collected is a matter for each local authority to decide.

State Property

John McGuinness

Ceist:

63 Deputy John McGuinness asked the Minister for Finance if he will confirm the area known as the Moat, Fiddown, County Kilkenny is owned by the State; his plans to develop the area as a local amenity; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9999/11]

The property in question is neither owned by nor in the care of the Commissioners of Public Works.

Tax Code

Seán Kenny

Ceist:

64 Deputy Seán Kenny asked the Minister for Finance when the 2011 budget changes for deducting the universal social charge from medical cardholders will be implemented and when refunds due will issue. [10028/11]

The universal social charge (USC) was introduced with effect from 1 January 2011. There is an exempt annual threshold of €4,004 (€77 per week). However, where this threshold is exceeded, the entire amount is chargeable. The standard rates of charge are:

—2% on the first €10,036,

—4% on the next €5,980, and

—7% on the balance.

As the Deputy is aware, the Finance Act 2011 introduced a concession which applies from 1 January 2011 for individuals in possession of a medical card or a Health Amendment Act card. Accordingly, the maximum rate of charge of USC for individuals in receipt of employment/pension income and in possession of a full medical card or a Health Amendment Act card is 4% irrespective of the level of their income.

Employers and payroll operators have been advised by Revenue that where an employee or pensioner makes them aware that he or she is the holder of a full medical card or a Health Amendment Act card the employer should immediately apply the lower rate of USC to salary or pension payments already made in respect of the period since 1 January and to make a repayment of any overpayment of USC at the earliest possible date.

Where an employee does not make the employer or payroll operator aware of the fact that he or she has a medical or Health Amendment Act card during the year, Revenue will, on receipt of an appropriate claim after the end of the tax year, process the repayment arising in a timely manner.

A comprehensive publication of "Frequently Asked Questions" (FAQs) in relation to the USC has been posted on the Revenue website and is updated at regular intervals. These FAQs are intended to guide employers and payroll operators in addressing all issues related to the operation of USC.

Tax Collection

Bernard J. Durkan

Ceist:

65 Deputy Bernard J. Durkan asked the Minister for Finance the number of instances in which the Revenue Commissioners have taken legal action against taxpayers in each of the past five years to date in 2011, whether against individuals or small medium enterprises; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10045/11]

Bernard J. Durkan

Ceist:

66 Deputy Bernard J. Durkan asked the Minister for Finance the number of court cases taken by the Revenue Commissioners against persons deemed to have a liability in each of the past five years to date in 2011; the amounts recovered outstanding or otherwise; the number of prison sentences served arising therefrom; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10046/11]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 65 and 66 together.

I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that they initiate legal action in a broad range of circumstances as part of their debt management, compliance, investigations and prosecution programmes, and the results since 2006 are set out in the following tables. The numbers are small, having regard to the size of the taxpayer base, but these programmes are an important part of Revenue's compliance strategy, and are essential in maintaining public confidence in the tax system.

Revenue does not maintain records that would allow for compilation of data by reference to actions taken against individuals or small and medium enterprises. However data is available on the number of judgements and their value, obtained for each of the years requested, broken down between individuals and companies and, by definition, all liquidation cases are companies. It is understood that the Deputy is not seeking data in relation to legal proceedings for excise offences or customs criminal investigations.

Revenue employs the services of six firms of external solicitors to effect recovery proceedings on its behalf. The following table summarises the number of cases referred by Revenue to its solicitors, the value of debt in those cases and the debt recovered for each of the years requested. It should be noted that recovery may be effected by the firms concerned without the need to initiate formal legal proceedings before the courts.

Year

No. of Cases Subject of referral to External Solicitors

Value of Debt Referred

Debt Recovered

€m

€m

2006

7,018

205.2

70.9

2007

6,143

165.1

75.2

2008

6,578

237.2

65.1

2009

6,832

297.5

46.2

2010

6,668

261.1

43

2011 (Q1)

1,690

62.4

8.2

Judgments obtained by Revenue 2006-2011

Individuals

Companies

Year

Number

Total amount inc. costs:

Number

Total amount inc. costs:

€m

€m

2006

580

18.9

171

10.1

2007

708

30

164

7.4

2008

791

25

221

6.9

2009

1,089

43

330

13.4

2010

1,507

64.2

489

20.8

(Q1) 2011

103

4.1

339

17

As part of the process of enforcing judgements obtained by Revenue, further legal action may be taken through the courts where the debt remains unpaid. A summary of such measures is set out in the table below.

Pursuit of debt by Revenue 2006-2011

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011(Q1)

Forced Sale Completed

0

0

1

0

0

0

Adjudicated Bankrupt

2

1

3

4

6

0

Committal Order

2

4

4

2

0

0

Committal Order Executed

0

0

1

1

0

0

Mareva Injunction

0

1

0

1

0

0

Garnishee Orders

0

0

0

3

0

0

Receiver by Way of Equitable Execution

0

0

0

1

1

0

As part of its collection recovery procedures, Revenue also petitions the courts in appropriate cases for the appointment of a liquidator in accordance with Section 214 of the Companies Acts. The number of such orders secured for each of the years requested is set out in the table below.

Petition for the appointment of a liquidator 2006-2011

Type of prosecution

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Total

Prosecutions on indictment for serious tax evasion

3

10

15

6

7

41

Prosecutions for the non-filing of tax returns

1,295

1,263

1,181

1,164

1,320

6,223

Summary prosecutions for single-issue tax cases

n/a

n/a

2

13

10

25

Tax Prosecutions 2006-2010

The following table outlines convictions obtained in the past five years. The single-issue tax initiative, which includes for example failure to furnish books and records, began in 2007 and consequently there were no convictions under this programme prior to 2008.

Year

Number of Companies

2006

27

2007

19

2008

28

2009

39

2010

63

2011 (to 29/04/2011)

19

In the majority of successful prosecutions, the Courts impose fines. However, since 2006 16 terms of imprisonment have been imposed by the courts, 13 of which were suspended. In 5 cases, periods of imprisonment have been served, including one in default of fines and one who went to prison on remand.

Banking Sector Regulation

Bernard J. Durkan

Ceist:

67 Deputy Bernard J. Durkan asked the Minister for Finance the position regarding action taken or proposed by the relevant authorities against banks or others deemed to have failed to take action to protect the national interest; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10047/11]

The Deputy will appreciate that the concerns raised by him — which are indeed shared by this Government and the citizens of the country — are subject to various on-going investigations. Bodies such as the Director of Public Prosecutions, Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement, Central Bank and Garda Síochána are statutorily independent in the exercise of their executive functions. Consequently, I feel it would be inappropriate of me to make further comment, at this stage, which might prejudice the outcome of any such investigations.

State Banking Sector

Maureen O'Sullivan

Ceist:

68 Deputy Maureen O’Sullivan asked the Minister for Finance the role and salary grades of the 200 additional staff taken on recently by Anglo Irish Bank. [10062/11]

As the Deputy may be aware, responsibility for the normal ongoing business of the bank, which includes staffing levels and the pay and conditions of the bank's staff, is a matter for the Board of Anglo. Significant progress has been made by the Board in reducing staffing levels in the bank. Anglo Irish Bank publishes information on its staffing levels and costs in its annual report and accounts. The accounts for the financial year ended 31 December 2010 indicated that average staff levels in that year were 1,332 compared to 1,681 for the fifteen month period to end 2009, a reduction of 349. Note 9 to those accounts also sets out the costs associate with these staff as well as other administrative expenses of the bank over these periods.

The bank has also further informed my Department that the total headcount as at end December 2010 was 1,296 and that this has been further reduced in 2011 due to the fact that in February 2011, 210 staff transferred to AIB when the deposit books of the bank transferred to AIB.

These are aggregate staffing levels in the bank and the turnover of staff has been even greater. The bank has informed me that, since 2009, around 410 employees have joined the bank but that the number leaving over the same period has been even greater, at in excess of 1,000. The bank also stated that where staff have been added, these were primarily to address turnover and resource requirements in the areas of asset recovery, risk management and control functions which are critical to the efficient work out of the bank's assets and the achievement of the maximum return for the shareholder.

As regards future staffing requirements, a joint restructuring and work out plan for both Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Nationwide Building Society was submitted to the European Commission on 31 January. Once a final decision is reached on this plan the number of staff and the required skill sets for the merged entity, will have to be considered by the Board of the new merged entity in conjunction with the NTMA.

FÁS Training Programmes

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

69 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Education and Skills the numbers of FÁS training places lost in the cuts of budget 2011; the actions he may now be considering to remedy this deficiency in coming weeks; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9948/11]

FÁS will deliver at least 90,000 training places for the unemployed in 2011. When compared to the number of FÁS training places delivered in 2010 this is a reduction of 24,000 places. This reduction occurred because of the following reasons:

FÁS budget for training the unemployed was reduced by €37 million in Budget 2011,

FÁS will be providing more courses of longer duration in 2011 thereby reducing capacity,

FÁS must invest more resources into ensuring the quality of its courses, and

There have been significant reductions in FÁS staff due to the Employment Control Framework.

The Programme for Government contains a commitment that the Government within the first 100 days of taking office will provide a Jobs Initiative. The Jobs Initiative will deliver a minimum of an additional 15,000 places in training, work experience and educational opportunities for those who are out of work as committed to in the Programme for Government. Details of these additional activation places will be contained in the forthcoming Jobs Initiative, which is due to be announced later this month.

Redundancy Payments

Michael Creed

Ceist:

70 Deputy Michael Creed asked the Minister for Education and Skills the position regarding entitlement to redundancy by special needs assistants who were employed by his Department and have recently been made redundant; the position regarding a person (details supplied) in County Cork who was made redundant in August 2010 and who has not yet received a redundancy payment; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10063/11]

Redundancy arrangements for Special Needs Assistants and the selection criteria for redundancy are set out in circular 58/2006. A redundancy situation may arise in a school when the special needs allocation is reduced by the NCSE. It is then the responsibility of the Management Authority of the school, who is the employer of Special Needs Assistants in the school, to ensure that the special needs allocation in the school is adjusted in line with the NCSE allocation.

I can confirm that an application for redundancy has been received by my Department from the person referred to by the Deputy.

Applications for redundancy are being received on an ongoing basis and are processed in date order of receipt. The application in question will be dealt with as soon as possible.

FÁS Training Programmes

Billy Timmins

Ceist:

71 Deputy Billy Timmins asked the Minister for Education and Skills the reason the cost of the safe pass refresher day course is more than €1,700; his views on this fee for one day; if he will reduce same; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10074/11]

This is an operational matter for FÁS and as such, I have no function in this matter.

School Staffing

Seán Crowe

Ceist:

72 Deputy Seán Crowe asked the Minister for Education and Skills the alleviation measures being provided to assist schools who have had their resource teachers for Travellers withdrawn under circular 0017/2011. [9930/11]

In recognition that the withdrawal of Resource Teacher for Traveller posts/teaching hours may have an initial impact on schools, limited adjustment or alleviation measures are being provided to assist schools that have high concentrations of Traveller pupils who were previously supported by Resource Teachers for Travellers.

In respect of DEIS, (Developing Equality of Opportunity in Schools), Traveller enrolments have been included in the valid enrolment for the purpose of allocating additional staffing under DEIS from the 2011/12 school year. The schools involved have already received their staffing allocations for next year.

For schools other than DEIS schools in receipt of enhanced pupil teacher ratios, alleviation measures are being provided to assist schools with high concentrations of Traveller pupils who were previously supported by RTT posts. Any proposed alleviation measures must be considered in the context of the limited resources which are available to my Department. As such, alleviation measures are being concentrated on schools which have 33 or more pupils supported by RTT posts.

The decision to withdraw Resource Teacher for Travellers was taken by the previous Government in the last Budget. The Deputy will understand that the economic situation means very difficult decisions have had to be taken. The requirement to make expenditure savings and to ensure that staffing numbers remain within the Public Service Employment Control Framework prevent me from re-visiting this decision.

Departmental Bodies

Brendan Smith

Ceist:

73 Deputy Brendan Smith asked the Minister for Education and Skills in view of commitments in the programme for Government to cut the number of State bodies substantially, the State bodies or agencies in the education sector he believes could be abolished and the timeframe envisaged for same. [9933/11]

My Department is currently working with the Office of the Parliamentary Counsel to prepare legislation which will give effect to the previous Government's decision to amalgamate the National Qualifications Authority of Ireland (NQAI), the Higher Education and Training Awards Council (HETAC) and the Further Education and Training Awards Council (FETAC). Drafting of the legislation is at an advanced stage and it is hoped to publish the Bill in the near future, with the new amalgamated body to be established before the end of the year.

The previous Government decided to reduce the number of VECs from 33 to 16, and on the merger of particular VECs. I am anxious to ensure that progress continues to be made in the work on bringing about a reduction in the number of VECs. I extended an invitation to the Irish Vocational Education Association (IVEA) to submit alternative rationalisation proposals, as they had expressed concerns regarding the configuration of the proposed new entities. The IVEA has indicated to me that it will be responding shortly. I have made clear to the IVEA that while I am open to considering proposals on alternative configurations, the invitation does not mean that the process of rationalisation will be slowed or diminished in any way. In considering the submission from the IVEA regarding particular mergers, I will be seeking savings and ensuring that the new structure will involve a substantial reduction in the number of individual bodies but with each one of greater scale than is the case at present. I am confident that this merger will ensure an even higher quality educational service for students and the public alike. Regardless of the final shape of the re-configuration, there will still be a requirement for co-operation and joint endeavour between all of the new local bodies. The current work on arriving at a single grant awarding body for the student support schemes is a good example of avoiding duplication and achieving improved public service delivery. The rationalised new bodies will position the VEC sector to turn these challenges into opportunities.

The new National Strategy for Higher Education provides a clear policy direction for the future development of roles and relationships between higher education institutions. It reaffirms the importance of having a coherent network of institutions with a diversity of missions and a strong emphasis on consolidation and collaboration on a regional basis within both the university and Institutes of Technology sectors, to underpin quality, offer wider choice, more flexible learning opportunities and a high quality research system. A clear development pathway has also been laid out in the Strategy for amalgamated Institutes of Technology which meet specified performance criteria to seek re-designation as technological universities. A small number of new technological universities, with their own legislative framework and a distinct mission that is faithful to the ethos of the technological sector, working with existing universities, institutes of technology and other education providers, can enrich the diversity and quality of the Irish higher education landscape. It is my intention to publish the detailed performance criteria for a re-designation process at an early stage.

The scope for further rationalisation of State bodies or agencies in the education sector will be examined in the context of the Comprehensive Spending Review announced recently by Government. The Review is scheduled to be concluded by end September 2011 and the results will be brought before Government for consideration and decision in the annual Budget and Estimates process.

School Staffing

John O'Mahony

Ceist:

74 Deputy John O’Mahony asked the Minister for Education and Skills further to Parliamentary Question No. 108 of 29 March 2011, the reason he has not contacted the person or the school as outlined in his reply; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9904/11]

Officials from my Department wrote directly to the principal of the school on 19th April 2011 in order to address the issues raised in parliamentary question 108 of 29 March 2011.

A copy of the correspondence will be sent to the Deputy for information.

Schools Building Projects

John O'Mahony

Ceist:

75 Deputy John O’Mahony asked the Minister for Education and Skills when a decision will issue in respect of an appeal for a school (details supplied) in County Mayo; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9917/11]

I wish to advise the Deputy that in light of the current competing demands on the capital budget and due to the scale of demand for funding under the 2011 Summer Works scheme, unfortunately it was not possible to grant aid all applications. Applications for works in the higher categories of eligible works were prioritised and on this occasion, only applications for works in Categories, 1, 2 and 3 have been approved i.e. Gas, Electrical and Mechanical works.

A letter of appeal has been received in the School Capital Appraisal section of my Department on the 20th April, 2011. A full examination of the appeal will be carried out and the Board of Management of the school will be notified of the outcome once a decision has been reached.

Teaching Qualifications

Shane Ross

Ceist:

76 Deputy Shane Ross asked the Minister for Education and Skills the position regarding the status of a person (details supplied); and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9957/11]

As the Deputy may be aware, the recognition of qualifications for teacher registration is now a matter for the Teaching Council, the body with statutory responsibility for establishing and maintaining standards in the teaching profession in the State.

Accordingly, I am sure you will appreciate that it would not be appropriate for me to intervene in individual cases.

Departmental Circular CL 0040/2010 states "In the case of an appointee who has applied to the Teaching Council, remuneration will be at the rate for unqualified persons pending the decision of the Council." It further states "When registration for the sector and recognition of qualifications for the purpose of the post is achieved then incremental salary will be allowed from the date of registration."

It is my understanding that the person referred to by the Deputy is in dispute with the Teaching Council regarding the receipt of her application for registration and has requested that her registration be backdated. The Teaching Council have investigated the matter and decided that backdating her registration is not appropriate in this instance.

Special Educational Needs

Tom Hayes

Ceist:

77 Deputy Tom Hayes asked the Minister for Education and Skills when a person (details supplied) in County Tipperary will be assessed for eligibility for a special needs assistant. [9958/11]

I wish to advise the Deputy that the National Council for Special Education (NCSE) is responsible, through its network of local Special Educational Needs Organisers (SENOs) for allocating resource teachers and SNAs to schools to support children with special educational needs. The NCSE operates within my Department's criteria in allocating such support. This now includes a requirement for the NCSE to have regard to an overall cap on the number of SNA posts.

This number is 10,575 whole time equivalent (WTE) posts. This is a significant number of posts and unlike other areas of the public sector vacancies are being filled up to this number. It also represents continual increases in the number of SNAs over recent years. For example, there were 10,543 WTE SNA posts in place at the end of 2010 and 10,342 at end 2009.

It is considered that with equitable and careful management and distribution of these resources that there should be sufficient posts to provide access to SNA support for all children who require such care support to attend school, in accordance with Departmental criteria.

The NCSE has issued a circular to all schools advising of the allocation process for the 2011/2012 school year. A key feature of the amended scheme will be to provide for an annual allocation of Special Needs Assistant support to eligible schools.

The NCSE asked schools to submit all applications for SNA support to them by 18th March, 2011 and intend to inform schools of their annual SNA allocation as soon as possible, in advance of the coming school year.

My Department and I will be glad to consider any suggestions from school management or parent representative organisations as to how the allocation of SNA resources can best be managed within the context of the overall limit on SNA numbers established. In this regard I am committed to making whatever improvements are possible to the resource allocation system.

Áine Collins

Ceist:

78 Deputy Áine Collins asked the Minister for Education and Skills when and if a special needs assistant will be appointed to a school (details supplied) [9966/11]

I wish to advise the Deputy that the National Council for Special Education (NCSE) is responsible, through its network of local Special Educational Needs Organisers (SENOs) for allocating resource teachers and SNAs to schools to support children with special educational needs. The NCSE operates within my Department's criteria in allocating such support. This now includes a requirement for the NCSE to have regard to an overall cap on the number of SNA posts.

This number is 10,575 whole time equivalent (WTE) posts. This is a significant number of posts and unlike other areas of the public sector vacancies are being filled up to this number. It also represents continual increases in the number of SNAs over recent years. For example, there were 10,543 WTE SNA posts in place at the end of 2010 and 10,342 at end 2009.

It is considered that with equitable and careful management and distribution of these resources that there should be sufficient posts to provide access to SNA support for all children who require such care support to attend school, in accordance with Departmental criteria.

The NCSE has issued a circular to all schools advising of the allocation process for the 2011/2012 school year. A key feature of the amended scheme will be to provide for an annual allocation of Special Needs Assistant support to eligible schools.

The NCSE asked schools to submit all applications for SNA support to them by 18th March, 2011 and intend to inform schools of their annual SNA allocation as soon as possible, in advance of the coming school year.

My Department and I will be glad to consider any suggestions from school management or parent representative organisations as to how the allocation of SNA resources can best be managed within the context of the overall limit on SNA numbers established. In this regard I am committed to making whatever improvements are possible to the resource allocation system.

Schools Recognition

Dara Murphy

Ceist:

79 Deputy Dara Murphy asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will issue a response on a matter (details supplied); and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9972/11]

It is open to the patron of the centre referred to by the Deputy to make application under Section 10 of the Education Act 1998 seeking formal recognition as a school. Such an application would have to be considered under the terms of the provisions of Section 10 of the Act.

Schools Amalgamation

John McGuinness

Ceist:

80 Deputy John McGuinness asked the Minister for Education and Skills the progress made in respect of a school amalgamation (details supplied); if the design team is advanced in its work; when the final plan is likely to emerge; the timeframe to construction phase; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9984/11]

The building project for the school referred to by the Deputy is currently at an early stage of architectural planning.

Officials from the Planning Building Unit of my Department met with the school and it's Design Team in March, following which, the Stage 1 submission which incorporates Preliminary Design is now awaited.

The next stages for the project will be the completion of stage 2(a) — Developed Sketch Design and stage 2(b) which will include applications for planning permission and other statutory approvals.

Until planning permission has been secured and stage 2(b) of architectural planning has been completed, it will not be possible to give an indication of the timeframe for completion of the subsequent tender and construction stages.

Skills Development

Bernard J. Durkan

Ceist:

81 Deputy Bernard J. Durkan asked the Minister for Education and Skills his proposals to facilitate an upgrade of skills to meet the needs of the public and private sectors in the future; the degree to which he expects to meet the needs of the higher skill educational needs of major international corporations here; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10027/11]

The main policy framework within which the upskilling agenda takes place is the National Skills Strategy published by the Expert Group on Future Skills Needs (EGFSN) in 2007. The National Skills Strategy proposes a vision of Ireland in 2020 in which a well-educated and highly skilled population contributes optimally to a competitive, innovation-driven, knowledge-based, participative and inclusive economy.

The drivers of change that result in higher levels of skill requirements for enterprise identified in the National Skills Strategy remain valid today as increasing globalisation and the proliferation of new and emerging technologies require continued responsiveness to capitalise on our human capital resources. Under the strategy, by 2020 an additional 70,000 persons within the workforce require to upskill from levels 1 and 2 on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) to level 3, 260,000 persons to progress to levels 4 and 5 and 170,000 persons to progress to levels 6-10.

Significant progress has been made to date under the strategy despite the need to refocus significantly on the unemployment activation agenda. For example, the percentage of the labour force with higher education qualifications at NFQ levels 6-10 rose from 33% in 2005 to 41% by the end of 2010 while the percentage at NFQ Levels 1-3 fell from 27% to 20% and the percentage at NFQ Levels 4 and 5 remained at 40%. However, significant challenges remain in attaining the 2020 strategy targets in full.

The EGFSN advises the Government on current and future skills needs of the economy and on other labour market issues that impact on Ireland's enterprise and employment growth. The EGFSN works directly in consultation with enterprises to identify specific current and future skills needs. Higher education institutions are represented on the EGFSN and as a standard practice, engage with employers in the review and development of higher education programmes. This analytical approach enables education and training providers to adapt their provision to address skills needs. It is also used to underpin labour market activation programmes such as the recent Higher Education Authority's "Springboard" initiative which is a competitive call for proposals for the provision of part-time higher education places for unemployed persons.

The EGFSN produces sectoral reports with the objective of quantifying skills and labour requirements in sectors in the medium term as well as making recommendations to Government and education and training providers as to how skills needs can be met. This can entail, for example, developing new modules that build on existing qualifications of graduates; introducing work placement programmes to enhance graduate employability; conversion courses; or new programmes to upskill existing employees where new technologies, higher productivity requirements, new work practices or regulations are impacting significantly on skills and qualifications requirements.

Special Educational Needs

Simon Harris

Ceist:

82 Deputy Simon Harris asked the Minister for Education and Skills the role of the special needs assistant within the education system; the criteria on which special needs assistants are appointed; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10041/11]

Simon Harris

Ceist:

83 Deputy Simon Harris asked the Minister for Education and Skills the number of special needs assistants currently employed; when the pause in recruitment will be removed; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10042/11]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 82 and 83 together.

I wish to advise the Deputy that Special Needs Assistants (SNAs) are allocated to schools to enable them support pupils with an assessed special educational need who also have a significant medical need or a significant impairment of physical or sensory impairment. Students with an assessed special educational need who present with significantly challenging behaviour may also qualify for some SNA support. The qualifying criteria for the allocation of SNA support is outlined in my Department's Circular 07/02.

The National Council for Special Education (NCSE) is responsible, through its network of local Special Educational Needs Organisers (SENOs) for allocating resource teachers and SNAs to schools to support children with special educational needs. The NCSE operates within my Department's criteria in allocating such support, which now includes a requirement for the NCSE to have regard to an overall cap on the number of SNA posts. This number is 10,575 whole time equivalent (WTE) posts. This is a significant number of posts and unlike other areas of the public sector vacancies are being filled up to this number. It also represents continual increases in the number of SNAs over recent years. For example, there were 10,543 WTE SNA posts in place at the end of 2010 and 10,342 at end 2009.

It is considered that with equitable and careful management and distribution of these resources that there should be sufficient posts to provide access to SNA support for all children who require such care support to attend school, in accordance with Departmental criteria. The NCSE has issued a circular to all schools advising of the allocation process for the 2011/2012 school year. A key feature of the amended scheme will be to provide for an annual allocation of Special Needs Assistant support to eligible schools. The NCSE asked schools to submit all applications for SNA support to them by 18th March, 2011 and intend to inform schools of their annual SNA allocation as soon as possible, in advance of the coming school year.

My Department and I will be glad to consider any suggestions from school management or parent representative organisations as to how the allocation of SNA resources can best be managed within the context of the overall limit on SNA numbers established. In this regard I am committed to making whatever improvements are possible to the resource allocation system.

Higher Education Grants

Michael McCarthy

Ceist:

84 Deputy Michael McCarthy asked the Minister for Education and Skills the reasons there has been a delay in processing a student grant application in respect of a person (details supplied). [10054/11]

While the decision on eligibility for a student grant is a matter for a student's local grant awarding body, my Department understands that a delay has arisen in processing the grant application from the student to which the Deputy refers for two reasons. First, the application was submitted late and, second, the application was incomplete as it was not accompanied by any of the necessary supporting documentation. The grant awarding body has advised that the student has now regularised matters and that it will be in a position to issue a decision on her application shortly.

Departmental Funding

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

85 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Education and Skills the level of State grants or other supports or both given to the Institute for International and European Affairs during the past two decades up to 2011; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10216/11]

The Institute of International & European Affairs (IIEA) was founded in 1991. It is a policy research think-tank and forum on EU affairs based in Dublin. It provides members with information on impending EU policy developments and in-depth analysis of their implications for Ireland and Europe. My Department is a corporate member, as are several Departments. The only financial supports given to the institute by my Department have been the annual membership subscriptions. These amounted to some €70,000, from 1998 to 2011.

Consumer Protection

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

86 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation when he will be bringing forward proposals to end restrictions on competition in the legal, medical, accountancy and other sheltered sectors of the economy; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9945/11]

The Competition Authority has published a number of reports resulting from studies it carried out on various sectors or professions since 2004. The reports usually contain a suite of recommendations aimed at improving competition in the relevant area and are addressed to the responsible Department or body. Such reports have included the medical and legal professions.

Given the responsibility of my Department for competition policy in general, I will be reporting to Government shortly on the progress achieved by a number of Departments in the implementation of these recommendations. However, it should be noted that responsibility for any proposals aimed at ending apparent restrictions on competition in a particular sector rests with the Minister with responsibility for that particular policy area. For example, policy proposals concerning the legal and medical sectors are matters for my colleagues, the Ministers for Justice and Equality and Health and Children, respectively.

I am not aware of any restrictions on competition in the accountancy profession. There is however a strong preference in the market for the services of the big four audit firms. This is a feature worldwide and arises from the range and depth of their skills. The European Commission's Green Paper on Audit proposes various ways to address the issue, including mandatory collaboration between Tier 1 and Tier 2 audit practices. My Department will participate in any negotiations on these issues at EU level and will implement any regulations or directives, as appropriate, consequent on the Green Paper.

Departmental Staff

Shane Ross

Ceist:

87 Deputy Shane Ross asked the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation his intentions regarding retired civil servants applying for Civil Service positions. [9955/11]

The moratorium on recruitment directed that from 27th March 2009, no public service post, however arising, may be filled by recruitment, promotion, nor payment of an allowance for the performance of duties at a higher grade. Where vacancies arise Departments must reallocate or reorganise work or staff accordingly. Any exceptions to this principle, occurring in very limited circumstances only, require the prior sanction of the Minister for Finance.

Former Civil Servants who retired under the Incentivised Scheme of Early Retirement are ineligible for re-employment in the Civil Service. Where, exceptionally, a business need exists to re-engage an individual with specialised skills who has availed of the scheme, this may only be done with prior Department of Finance sanction and for a limited period. Pension abatement will apply to any such appointment. In all cases the final public service employer should ensure that total superannuation benefits paid to a person who benefits under this Scheme should not exceed 40 years.

Music Industry

Sandra McLellan

Ceist:

88 Deputy Sandra McLellan asked the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation the steps he will take to address the difficulties facing the Irish music industry. [6336/11]

I understand that the Deputy is referring to difficulties being experienced by rights holders in the Irish music industry as a result of the downloading of copyright material on the Internet.

Under existing legislation, any person who illegally uploads or downloads unlicensed music is liable for copyright infringement under the terms of the Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000. Under Section 127 of the Act any such infringement is actionable by the copyright owner and in any such action, all relief by way of damages, injunction, account of profits or otherwise, is available to the plaintiff as it is available in respect of the infringement of any other property right. Such a person, whose Internet Protocol address may be identified through various detection methods, may be pursued by the copyright holder following a judicial process (the obtaining of a so-called "Norwich Pharamacal" Order) from the courts. Under this procedure, a court may order an Internet service provider to disclose the names of the alleged infringers through their IP addresses, subject to certain safeguards.

The Deputy may also have in mind the recent ruling by Justice Charleton in a High Court case where the major record companies took an action, seeking injunctions pursuant to Sections 37 and 40 of the Copyright Act, against an internet service provider. In that case the Justice refused the application. The implications of this judgement, and of consequent legislative change(s), is currently being considered by my Department in consultation with the Attorney General's Office and the Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources.

County Enterprise Boards

John McGuinness

Ceist:

89 Deputy John McGuinness asked the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation his view on the proposal to transfer the county enterprise board operations to the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government; the consultation that has taken place between the boards, both Departments and Enterprise Ireland; the timeframe envisaged for such a transfer; if the County and City Managers' Association has been consulted; if the end user of the service, that is the entrepreneur, has been given the opportunity to make a submission on the proposal; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9996/11]

As Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innvovation one of my main priorities is to ensure that the manner in which State support for enterprise activity, entrepreneurship stimulation and job creation is delivered, is properly targeted and is effective and coherent. I want to ensure that it is cost effective and that the resources available to the State are used to maximise business activity and sustainability across all sectors in order to drive economic recovery.

The County and City Enterprise Boards have been the principal deliverers of State support to the micro-enterprise sector since their establishment in 1993. The role of the CEBs is to support micro-enterprises employing up to 10 people in the start-up and expansion phases and to stimulate and promote economic activity and entrepreneurship at local level. The CEBs deliver a series of Programmes to underpin this role and they can provide both financial and non-financial assistance to an eligible micro-enterprise. This sector is a key component of the indigenous small business sector. The micro-enterprise sector will be key to our economic recovery. Parallel to the work of the CEBs is, of course, the work of Enterprise Ireland, whose remit includes the support of start-ups that have the potential to employ more than 10 and to achieve €1m in exports. These are start-ups that are typically highly innovative and are in a position to sell globally from their earliest stage.

The Programme for Government recognises that there is a multiplicity of enterprise and job support functions being carried out by local, regional and national agencies. The Programme also recognises the need to streamline such functions, to increase shared knowledge capability and resources while saving on administration costs. However, a critical focus in achieving any such streamlining, is to ensure that we do not compromise on service delivery to the end user. While unnecessary overlap or duplication between agencies and organisations must be eliminated, as Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation, it is my priority to ensure that above all else there is a coherent and cohesive delivery of State support to the indigenous business sector based on clear enterprise policy principles laid down by my Department.

In relation to the CEBs, I think that their current structure is, in any event, in need of review and reform to move away from their current set up of 35 separate, legal entities with the resultant administrative overhead costs and inflexible staff deployment that this entails. However, any changes to the CEB structure must not compromise the State's engagement with and support for our important micro-enterprise sector.

As the Deputy is aware, the restructuring of the CEBs has been an issue in the public domain since the publication of the Report of the Special Group on Public Service Numbers and Expenditure Programmes (the "McCarthy Report") in July 2009. Subsequent to the publication of the McCarthy Report, Ministers of the last Government and their Departmental officials have had a variety of consultations and discussions with the main stakeholders involved, including CEB senior staff and Boards, Enterprise Ireland and the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government. I understand that some discussions also took place with the County Managers Association at Ministerial level. I am now actively considering the future structure of the CEBs and, in seeking to finalise any decision on their future, I can assure the Deputy that all points of view and, in particular, the needs of the end-user of the services of the CEBs will be fully taken into account.

John McGuinness

Ceist:

90 Deputy John McGuinness asked the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation the funding allocated to each county enterprise board for each of past the four years; if each board used its allocation; the number of new jobs created by each board in the same period; and if he will increase the allocation as part of the 2012 budget. [9997/11]

An Exchequer allocation is provided each year under the Estimates process for the funding of the County and City Enterprise Boards (CEBs). Allocation of funding to individual CEBs is carried out each year by the Central Coordination Unit (CCU) within Enterprise Ireland. The CCU remit is to provide operational, technical and administrative support to the CEB Network. In determining these allocations a systematic approach is adopted by the CCU to ensure the maximum degree of objectivity and equity of treatment. This approach involves the provision of funding on the basis of a standard allocation to each CEB as well as an extra allocation that is determined mainly by population but which also takes account of issues such as local unemployment trends, capacity to spend, existing commitments and regional spread.

The CCU works closely with the CEBs throughout the year to ensure that the CEBs allocated funding is utilised to the maximum extent possible. Should it arise during the year that some Boards are not in a position to spend all of their annual allocation it is reallocated by the CCU to any Boards that are in a position to spend additional funds within the year, subject to assessment of the rationale and the justification for the level of funding being requested. This general approach has been in place for the last few years and represents good management of the funding available for support of the micro-enterprise sector, particularly in the current difficult economic climate.

Information on the Exchequer allocations for the 35 CEBs over the last four years is below. In general most boards have fully used these allocations apart from where small amounts have been returned to the Exchequer at year end, or in the circumstances outlined above where monies were redistributed within the network. Job creation statistics are also included. Final Exchequer allocations for 2012 will be determined as part of the 2012 Budget process and will be subject to the overall demands on the public finances.

County and City Enterprise Boards Exchequer Allocations

2008

2009

2010

2011

CEB

Current Allocation

Capital Allocation

Total Final Exchequer Allocation

Current Allocation

Capital Allocation

Total Final Exchequer Allocation

Current Allocation

Capital Allocation

Total Final Exchequer Allocation

Current Allocation

Capital Allocation

Total Initial Exchequer Allocation

Carlow

415,012

496,838

911,850

410,840

513,612

924,452

352,808

439,655

792,463

348,881

344,532

693,412

Cavan

415,719

615,918

1,031,637

412,011

507,688

919,699

403,455

469,606

873,061

398,290

358,658

756,948

Clare

389,623

537,717

927,340

336,909

546,516

883,425

287,130

414,531

701,662

295,577

407,230

702,807

Cork City

411,245

537,500

948,745

392,983

480,764

873,747

392,470

525,159

917,629

382,732

415,991

798,723

Cork North

240,375

102,197

342,572

236,448

298,194

534,642

156,781

300,918

457,699

176,998

376,032

553,029

Cork South

457,067

838,769

1,295,836

443,712

904,396

1,348,108

423,015

763,368

1,186,384

444,889

518,371

963,261

Cork West

380,917

544,032

924,949

388,006

423,763

811,769

358,427

417,191

775,618

381,355

357,320

738,674

Donegal

417,514

911,093

1,328,607

438,269

831,651

1,269,921

430,007

726,196

1,156,203

424,451

444,801

869,252

Dublin City

517,178

1,220,228

1,737,406

496,263

1,138,362

1,634,624

445,469

1,146,082

1,591,551

443,597

816,172

1,259,769

Dublin South

406,221

790,550

1,196,771

407,448

639,557

1,047,005

364,820

730,637

1,095,457

335,679

547,922

883,601

Dún Laoghaire/ Rathdown

450,700

906,658

1,357,358

432,719

755,292

1,188,011

445,222

799,957

1,245,179

440,489

493,194

933,683

Fingal

408,835

799,081

1,207,916

393,819

683,242

1,077,061

372,033

681,709

1,053,742

366,028

540,739

906,767

Galway

384,049

642,243

1,026,292

388,133

779,661

1,167,794

323,208

743,667

1,066,875

264,682

532,129

796,810

Kerry

349,295

656,500

1,005,795

377,767

722,003

1,099,770

360,892

666,432

1,027,324

345,829

437,115

782,944

Kildare

382,615

603,998

986,613

379,141

498,235

877,376

354,601

427,345

781,946

360,629

485,225

845,853

Kilkenny

334,437

587,985

922,422

363,817

561,921

925,737

345,745

432,923

778,668

350,394

383,029

733,423

Laois

339,996

460,000

799,996

343,789

427,054

770,844

298,659

329,459

628,118

288,322

361,820

650,142

Leitrim

413,643

417,028

830,671

399,158

417,957

817,116

346,516

350,030

696,546

324,211

322,392

646,603

Limerick City

414,833

450,983

865,816

403,816

462,110

865,926

369,846

412,209

782,055

365,488

346,798

712,286

Limerick County

346,477

509,640

856,117

344,833

623,519

968,352

323,599

536,845

860,444

336,571

428,508

765,079

Longford

344,225

418,789

763,014

371,795

369,886

741,680

283,591

365,909

649,500

277,743

328,021

605,764

Louth

453,016

587,500

1,040,516

456,683

561,741

1,018,424

437,985

445,220

883,205

429,700

407,558

837,259

Mayo

334,812

633,125

967,937

301,501

592,885

894,386

275,136

437,596

712,731

198,803

420,565

619,368

Meath

421,710

611,040

1,032,750

391,852

572,765

964,617

397,755

500,777

898,532

406,973

460,907

867,880

Monaghan

410,442

462,849

873,291

389,347

439,541

828,887

305,280

356,738

662,018

305,674

350,375

656,049

2008

2009

2010

2011

CEB

Current Allocation

Capital Allocation

Total Final Exchequer Allocation

Current Allocation

Capital Allocation

Total Final Exchequer Allocation

Current Allocation

Capital Allocation

Total Final Exchequer Allocation

Current Allocation

Capital Allocation

Total Initial Exchequer Allocation

Offaly

398,978

505,289

904,267

368,685

450,097

818,782

363,904

362,809

726,713

354,870

365,761

720,631

Roscommon

366,509

447,690

814,199

353,859

462,733

816,592

261,248

343,042

604,290

199,479

353,242

552,721

Sligo

422,846

544,424

967,270

362,336

559,482

921,818

360,728

448,085

808,813

364,979

355,442

720,421

Tipperary North

354,626

477,778

832,404

376,956

491,125

868,082

352,593

356,423

709,016

353,844

360,748

714,592

Tipperary South

366,008

490,000

856,008

371,947

526,294

898,241

346,901

424,840

771,741

348,451

378,541

726,992

Waterford City

314,268

468,000

782,268

330,718

466,048

796,765

224,108

461,190

685,298

216,561

339,771

556,333

Waterford County

290,808

679,743

970,551

297,725

473,374

771,099

284,013

445,647

729,659

179,272

356,806

536,079

Westmeath

388,901

602,062

990,963

415,217

625,957

1,041,174

377,172

509,116

886,288

381,995

374,532

756,527

Wexford

433,473

686,400

1,119,873

412,886

637,490

1,050,376

300,452

557,362

857,815

299,985

428,749

728,734

Wicklow

412,363

672,732

1,085,095

425,195

618,751

1,043,946

402,286

551,842

954,127

413,743

423,002

836,745

Total

13,588,736

20,916,379

34,505,115

13,416,585

20,063,664

33,480,248

12,127,855

17,880,515

30,008,370

11,807,162

14,622,000

26,429,162

NB: Figures for 2008, 2009 and 2010 are final allocations for each year (i.e. by year end, after any additional funding or reallocations within the Network have been conducted). Figure for 2011 is the initial allocation for the year.

2010 CEB Annual Employment Survey*

Net Effect (Gains — Losses)

CEB

Full Time Jobs existing in CEB supported Clients

Other Time Jobs existing in CEB supported Clients

Full Time Jobs Gains

Full Time Job Losses

Other Time Jobs Gains

Other Time Job Losses

Full Time

Other Time

Net Job Equivalent (2 Other Time = 1 Full Time)

Carlow

1,046.0

397.0

160.0

-56.0

83.0

-79.0

104.0

4.0

106.0

Cavan

1,063.0

414.0

205.0

-185.0

195.0

-84.0

20.0

111.0

75.5

Clare

1,150.0

637.0

69.0

-62.0

77.0

-16.0

7.0

61.0

37.5

Cork City

856.0

100.0

63.0

-133.0

0.0

-10.0

-70.0

-10.0

-75.0

Cork North

419.0

84.0

24.0

-128.0

39.0

-8.0

-104.0

31.0

-88.5

Cork South

993.0

193.0

102.0

-83.0

41.0

-43.0

19.0

-2.0

18.0

Cork West

649.0

306.0

65.0

-49.0

66.0

-49.0

16.0

17.0

24.5

Donegal

1,676.0

610.0

188.0

-232.0

146.0

-88.0

-44.0

58.0

-15.0

Dublin City

1,975.0

510.0

468.0

-780.0

333.0

-181.0

-312.0

152.0

-236.0

Dublin Dún Laoghaire/Rathdown

1,021.0

518.0

318.0

-158.0

118.0

-77.0

160.0

41.0

180.5

Dublin Fingal

1,102.0

349.0

33.0

-160.0

40.0

-80.0

-127.0

-40.0

-147.0

Dublin South

966.0

379.0

136.0

-84.0

92.0

-76.0

52.0

16.0

60.0

Galway County/City

2,056.0

150.0

149.0

-311.0

25.0

-62.0

-162.0

-37.0

-180.5

Kerry

1,301.0

824.0

287.0

-224.0

190.0

-196.0

63.0

-6.0

60.0

Kildare

932.0

298.0

169.0

-130.0

108.0

-74.0

39.0

34.0

56.0

Kilkenny

842.0

207.0

72.0

-69.0

28.0

-44.0

3.0

-16.0

-5.0

Laois

654.0

199.0

80.0

-165.0

69.0

-93.0

-85.0

-24.0

-97.0

Leitrim

392.0

150.0

42.0

-44.0

19.0

-47.0

-2.0

-28.0

-16.0

Limerick City

699.0

253.0

105.0

-122.0

101.0

-48.0

-17.0

53.0

9.5

Limerick County

976.0

141.0

75.0

-47.0

29.0

-7.0

28.0

22.0

39.0

Longford

863.0

247.0

111.0

-135.0

52.0

-31.0

-24.0

21.0

-13.5

Louth

894.0

375.0

87.0

-50.0

33.0

-60.0

37.0

-27.0

23.5

Mayo

1,137.0

423.0

212.0

-157.0

86.0

-116.0

55.0

-30.0

40.0

Meath

766.0

234.0

80.0

-228.0

66.0

-80.0

-148.0

-14.0

-155.0

Monaghan

946.0

333.0

106.0

-55.0

49.0

-58.0

51.0

-9.0

46.5

Offaly

630.0

318.0

56.0

-84.0

83.0

-26.0

-28.0

57.0

0.5

2010 CEB Annual Employment Survey*

Net Effect (Gains — Losses)

CEB

Full Time Jobs existing in CEB supported Clients

Other Time Jobs existing in CEB supported Clients

Full Time Jobs Gains

Full Time Job Losses

Other Time Jobs Gains

Other Time Job Losses

Full Time

Other Time

Net Job Equivalent (2 Other Time = 1 Full Time)

Roscommon

634.0

279.0

43.0

-135.0

96.0

-60.0

-92.0

36.0

-74.0

Sligo

767.0

346.0

125.0

-91.0

103.0

-128.0

34.0

-25.0

21.5

Tipperary(NR)

409.0

165.0

66.0

-161.0

29.0

-47.0

-95.0

-18.0

-104.0

Tipperary(SR)

854.0

381.0

96.0

-11.0

39.0

-6.0

85.0

33.0

101.5

Waterford City

569.0

205.0

82.0

-128.0

16.0

-41.0

-46.0

-25.0

-58.5

Waterford County

612.0

156.0

96.0

-116.0

17.0

-52.0

-20.0

-35.0

-37.5

Westmeath

1,126.0

320.0

166.0

-144.0

58.0

-98.0

22.0

-40.0

2.0

Wexford

1,174.0

432.0

151.0

-150.0

125.0

-77.0

1.0

48.0

25.0

Wicklow

761.0

529.0

146.0

-94.0

285.0

-52.0

52.0

233.0

168.5

Grand Total

32,910.0

11,462.0

4,433.0

-4,961.0

2,936.0

-2,294.0

-528.0

642.0

-207.0

*Overhaul and enhancements to the CEB client database reporting system have enabled more detailed reporting of CEB data for 2010 and going forward. It is not possible to provide this information retrospectively for any earlier year.

County and City Enterprise Boards Job Creation

2007

2008

2009

CEB

Jobs Existing in CEB-supported Clients

Jobs Existing in CEB-supported Clients

Jobs Existing in CEB-supported Clients

Carlow

920.00

924.0

843.0

Cavan

1,067.00

1,075.5

947.0

Clare

1,555.00

1,496.5

1,417.5

Cork City

916.00

892.0

770.5

Cork North

461.50

462.0

387.0

Cork South

996.50

942.5

916.0

Cork West

689.50

643.5

571.0

Donegal

1,629.50

1,816.5

1,688.0

Dublin City

1,548.00

1,811.0

1,873.0

Dublin South

991.50

1,061.0

1,050.0

Dún Laoghaire/Rathdown

990.50

954.0

855.5

Fingal

776.50

851.0

807.0

Galway

1,716.00

1,688.0

1,743.0

Kerry

981.00

1,089.0

1,170.5

Kildare

1,004.50

975.0

897.5

Kilkenny

784.50

782.5

664.0

Laois

953.00

848.5

656.0

Leitrim

396.00

368.5

300.5

Limerick City

946.00

682.5

590.5

Limerick County

922.50

890.0

842.0

Longford

788.50

787.0

745.0

Louth

1,198.00

1,212.5

973.5

Mayo

1,295.00

1,314.5

1,223.0

Meath

1,064.50

1,026.0

908.0

Monaghan

1,061.50

912.0

873.5

Offaly

930.50

792.0

593.5

Roscommon

895.00

853.5

620.0

Sligo

756.50

788.0

735.0

Tipperary North

574.50

519.5

413.0

Tipperary South

809.50

783.5

655.5

Waterford City

832.00

809.5

662.0

Waterford County

665.50

587.5

547.0

Westmeath

1,220.00

1,131.0

1,004.5

Wexford

1,405.50

1,252.0

1,076.0

Wicklow

804.00

789.0

707.5

Total

34,545.50

33,811.0

30,726.5

Increase/Decrease on previous year

2,266.50

-734.5

-3,084.5

John McGuinness

Ceist:

91 Deputy John McGuinness asked the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation the number of staff employed in the section of his Department who administer the county enterprise boards; the year on year cost of operating that section; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9998/11]

There are six staff employed in the Micro-Enterprise Policy Unit of the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Innovation of whom four are full-time. The basic salary costs involved (including Employers PRSI) in 2010 was just over €340,000. It should be noted, however, that the staff member at Principal Officer level, whose full salary costs are included in the figure cited, is not exclusively assigned to the Micro-Enterprise Policy Unit but has responsibility for two other Business Units within the Department. One other staff member works part-time.

Copyright Law

Michael Creed

Ceist:

92 Deputy Michael Creed asked the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation the discussions he has had at an EU level regarding proposals for a copyright term extension; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10065/11]

In 2008 the European Commission put forward a proposal to amend the Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on the term of protection of copyright and related rights (2006/116/EC). Following first reading and examination in the European Parliament, a revised proposal was agreed in the Parliament in 2009. This proposal was then discussed by the Committee of Permanent Representatives in Brussels but there was not a sufficient majority amongst Member States to allow it to proceed to European Council level.

In March of this year we received notification that Denmark, who had previously had a reserved position on the proposal, had carried out national consultations and was now ready to consider the European Parliament's first reading as an acceptable compromise. Accordingly, the Danish Government has now invited the Hungarian Presidency to consider the proposal to amend the Directive concerned as an item on the agenda for the Council.

Departmental Funding

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

93 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation the State grants or other supports given to the Institute for International and European Affairs during the past two decades up to 2011; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10217/11]

The Secretary General of my Department is traditionally an affiliate member of the Institute for International and European Affairs. The annual membership fee is currently €6,000. A small number of books have been purchased from the Institute over the past number of years for business purposes by the Department. Other than the above, my Department has not provided any State grants or other supports to the Institute for International and European Affairs in the past two decades.

Social Welfare Benefits

Brendan Griffin

Ceist:

94 Deputy Brendan Griffin asked the Minister for Social Protection the reason persons (details supplied) in County Kerry were refused mortgage interest relief even though one of the persons works for less than 30 hours a week; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [9918/11]

Under the supplementary welfare allowance scheme, mortgage interest supplement is not payable where one of a couple in a household is engaged in full-time employment. The Health Service Executive (HSE) has advised that in January 2011 it refused a mortgage interest supplement in this case on the grounds that the spouse of the person concerned was engaged in full-time employment.

The HSE has further advised that this decision was subsequently appealed to and upheld by the HSE's designated Appeals Officer.

Social Welfare Appeals

Dara Murphy

Ceist:

95 Deputy Dara Murphy asked the Minister for Social Protection the position regarding an appeal for supplementary welfare allowance and payment of pension in respect of a person (details supplied) in County Cork; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [9920/11]

Under the supplementary welfare allowance scheme, an exceptional needs payment (ENP) may be made by the Health Service Executive (HSE) to help meet an essential once-off cost which the applicant is unable to meet out of his or her own resources. There is no automatic entitlement to this payment. Each application is determined by the HSE based on the particular circumstances of the case. Eligible people would normally be in receipt of a social welfare or HSE payment.

The HSE has advised that an application for assistance under the ENP scheme from the person concerned was refused in January 2010 and that this decision was subsequently upheld by the HSE Appeals Officer. The person concerned applied for an ENP on 22 March 2011. This ENP application was also refused and the person concerned was notified of the decision and of his right to appeal to the HSE appeals office. To date no appeal has been submitted to the HSE.

The person concerned is currently in receipt of Invalidity Pension, a personal rate of €193.50 per week. He is also in receipt of a Fuel Allowance of €23.90 per week.

Jack Wall

Ceist:

96 Deputy Jack Wall asked the Minister for Social Protection if a person (details supplied) in County Kildare has an entitlement to a seek an oral hearing for their disability allowance appeal; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [9922/11]

I am advised by the Social Welfare Appeals Office that an Appeals Officer, having fully considered all the evidence, disallowed the appeal of the person concerned by way of summary decision. The person concerned has been notified of the decision.

The legislation provides that an Appeals Officer may decide a case before him/her on the basis of the documentary evidence. This course of action was taken in this case as it was considered that an oral hearing was not warranted.

The Social Welfare Appeals Office functions independently of the Minister for Social Protection and of the Department and is responsible for determining appeals against decisions on social welfare entitlements.

Social Insurance

Eric J. Byrne

Ceist:

97 Deputy Eric Byrne asked the Minister for Social Protection the likely additional yield if PRSI was calculated on the same basis of assessment as the universal social charge. [9923/11]

PRSI differs substantially from the Universal Social Charge in that the Universal Social Charge is a tax on gross income whereas PRSI represents a contribution by, and in respect of, workers, which allows those workers to establish entitlement to a range of short and long term social insurance benefits.

The basis and rationale for charging PRSI and the Universal Social Charge also differ significantly. PRSI in respect of employees is payable by both the employee and the employer, whereas liability for the Universal Social Charge falls solely on the individual taxpayer. The rate of PRSI contribution for employees and the self-employed differs substantially (14.75% is payable in respect of Class A employees, while 4% is payable by self-employed contributors). This is reflected in the range of different benefits to which entitlement may be established. The Universal Charge is applied to gross annual income (whether from employment or self-employment) where it exceeds €4,004 (€77 per week).

The calculation of the likely additional yield if PRSI were charged on the same basis of assessment as the Universal Social Charge is not possible at this stage as it would involve estimation of additional income for the Social Insurance Fund as well as the costs attached to social insurance entitlements which are likely to arise. Difficulty with the estimate is compounded by whether the rate of employer contribution would also change and whether, and at what level, a floor would apply.

Departmental Schemes

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

98 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Social Protection the number of citizens seeking work who are supported by the various work support schemes administered by her at present; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [9947/11]

The Department of Social Protection operates a range of employment support measures designed to encourage and support social welfare recipients of working age to reduce their dependency on welfare payments. Supports available include the back to work schemes, community initiatives and the part time job incentive scheme. The Back to Work Enterprise Allowance (BTWEA) is designed to provide a monetary incentive for people who are long term dependant on social welfare payments to make engagement in self-employment financially attractive and viable, while allowing them to retain a reducing proportion of their qualifying social welfare payment over two years (100% in year 1 and 75% in year 2). The Short Term Enterprise Allowance (STEA) is payable to a person who qualifies for Jobseeker's Benefit and who wishes to commence in self employment and is payable for the duration of their Jobseeker's Benefit entitlement. At the end of March 2011, there were 8,789 participants in the BTWEA scheme, 632 people availing of the back to work employee strand, which is closed to new applications since 1 May 2009, and 1,206 participants in the STEA.

The Rural Social Scheme (RSS), Community Services Programme (CSP) and Tús are community initiatives administered by the Department that provide income support and employment opportunities through the delivery of services to the community. There are 2,600 participants engaged in the RSS, which provides income support for farmers and fishermen/women who are currently in receipt of specified Social Welfare payments, to provide certain services of benefit to rural communities. There are 2,700 people engaged in the CSP, which supports the delivery of good quality local services in areas such as management of community facilities, operating community enterprises and operating community services that address disadvantage, while providing funding to employ people with limited work opportunities.

Tús is a new initiative, announced in the Budget of December 2010, which will be an important element in the delivery of employment and community services and which aims to provide short-term, quality work opportunities for those who are unemployed and provide certain services of benefit to communities. The scheme aims to provide for the phased placement of 5,000 people in the community and voluntary sector.

A part-time job incentive scheme is also available which allows persons who are long-term unemployed to take up part-time employment for less than 24 hours per week and receive a weekly income supplement. There were 161 participants on this scheme at the end of March 2011.

FÁS also operates a range of training and employment programmes in co-operation with community, voluntary and statutory organisations, including, principally, the Community Employment (CE) programme and the Work Placement Programme (WPP). The CE programme is designed to help people who are long-term unemployed and other disadvantaged people to get back to work by offering part-time and temporary placements in jobs based within local communities. There are 23,300 places available in 2011.

The WPP was established to provide an opportunity for people who are unemployed to take up voluntary, unpaid work experience placements within companies. Following a Government Decision in November 2010, an enhanced work placement programme involving 5,000 placements in the public sector and an additional 500 placements for graduates in the private sector was approved. As of 31 March 2011, FÁS recorded a total of 1,804 participants on the WPP. In addition, FÁS were advertising 1,321 opportunities for the WPP waiting to be filled.

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

99 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Social Protection the number of training places to be filled under the present activation programme; her plans to change or develop this programme in the coming months; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [9949/11]

The National Employment Action Plan is the main activation measure for jobseekers and provides for a systematic engagement of the employment services with unemployed people. Under the Plan, all persons between the ages of 18 and 65 years who are approaching three months on the Live Register are identified by the Department of Social Protection and referred to FÁS for interview with the aim of assisting them to enter/re-enter the labour market.

The Employment Action plan process is a key element in addressing the progression needs of those on the Live Register. It provides a stimulus to job search and affords an opportunity to explore, under professional guidance, the full range of employment and training services offered by FÁS. In this context, FÁS will deliver at least 90,000 training places for the unemployed in 2011.

The Department of Social Protection also operates a range of employment support measures designed to encourage and support social welfare recipients of working age to reduce their dependency on welfare payments. These include the Back to Work Enterprise Allowance (BTWEA) and the Short Term Enterprise Allowance. In addition, the Back to Education Allowance scheme (BTEA) encourages and facilitates people on certain social welfare payments to improve their skills and qualifications and, therefore, their prospects of returning to the active work force.

The Programme for Government states that a new National Employment and Entitlements Service will be established under the management of the Department of Social Protection. The objective is to integrate the employment support services currently provided directly by the Department of Social Protection with those currently provided by FÁS into a single service. This service will also process payments in respect of employment related benefits and other benefits payable by the Department of Social Protection. The integration of employment services and related benefit payment services within the Department of Social Protection will provide a ‘one stop shop' for people wishing to establish their benefit entitlements, seek employment and / or seek advice about their training options. The focus will be very much on the individual, his/her rights to a payment, his/her access to an opportunity to engage in employment, training or upskilling, as appropriate and his/her responsibility to engage with such opportunities as they are provided.

A key objective of the Government in relation to the new service is that it will offer users a high level of personalised employment support and prioritise the provision of more intensive support for those on the live register who are identified as being most at risk of long-term unemployment. This will be achieved through the use of proactive approaches and modern case management systems. A number of pilot projects have already commenced in relation to the development of case management, the identification of those who are most at risk of falling into long-term unemployment, and the provision of appropriately tailored responses to their needs. These pilot projects will be completed and evaluated in the coming months after which approaches will be developed for their roll-out nationwide as part of the National Employment and Entitlements Service.

Departmental Bodies

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

100 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Social Protection when she will introduce legislation to establish the National Employment and Entitlements Service; the elements of departmental or agency staff that will be included in the new agency; the mission statement or aims of the new body; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [9950/11]

The Programme for Government states that a new National Employment and Entitlements Service will be established under the management of the Department of Social Protection. The objective is to integrate the employment support services currently provided directly by the Department of Social Protection with those currently provided by FÁS into a single service. This service will also process payments in respect of employment related benefits and other benefits payable by the Department of Social Protection. The integration of employment services and related benefit payment services within the Department of Social Protection will provide a ‘one stop shop' for people wishing to establish their benefit entitlements, seek employment and/or seek advice about their training options. The focus will be very much on the individual, his/her rights to a payment, his/her access to an opportunity to engage in employment, training or upskilling, as appropriate and his/her responsibility to engage with such opportunities as they are provided. This should improve a person's life chances.

It should be noted that responsibility for skills training undertaken by FÁS currently resides with the Department of Education and Skills. The future development of the training and skills services of FÁS is a matter for the Minister for Education and Skills.

With regard to the timeline for the development of the National Employment and Entitlements Service, I am determined that this will be completed in the most expeditious manner possible and my officials are already actively engaged in a programme of work towards this end. While this will be a multi-annual programme of work requiring the development of the new service, the assignment of functions to the Service and the development of its organisational processes and operational systems, many aspects of the new service will be delivered within the coming 12 months.

The administration of the supplementary welfare allowance scheme has already been transferred to the Department of Social Protection with the secondment of the Community Welfare Service from the Health Service Executive at the beginning of this year. The intention is to have the staff fully transferred into the Department by the end of September this year. This will enable us to integrate the payment of all benefits into one organisation simplifying customer processes.

Planning for the transfer and integration of the Employment Services and Community Employment Services of FÁS to the Department has already commenced and it is envisaged that the transfer of staff will commence later this year. Again this will enable us to simplify and integrate the delivery of employment support services to customers.

A key objective of the Government in relation to the new service is that it will offer users a high level of personalised employment support and prioritise the provision of more intensive support for those on the live register who are identified as being most at risk of long-term unemployment. This will be achieved through the use of proactive approaches and modern case management systems. A number of pilot projects have already commenced in relation to the development of case management, the identification of those who are most at risk of falling into long-term unemployment, and the provision of appropriately tailored responses to their needs. These pilot projects will be completed and evaluated in the coming months after which approaches will be developed for their roll-out nationwide as part of the National Employment and Entitlements Service.

Social Welfare Appeals

John McGuinness

Ceist:

101 Deputy John McGuinness asked the Minister for Social Protection if she will examine the appeal for increased rent allowance and financial assistance in respect of a person (details supplied) in County Kilkenny; and if she will expedite a reply. [9990/11]

The Health Service Executive has acknowledged receipt of an appeal from the person concerned and has advised that a decision on the matter will be made in due course.

Compulsory Purchase Orders

James Bannon

Ceist:

102 Deputy James Bannon asked the Minister for Tourism, Culture and Sport the reason a person (details supplied) has received no settlement in respect of lands that were compulsorily acquired by Waterways Ireland in 2005 under powers conferred on it by sections 2 and 5 of the Schedule to the Shannon Navigation Act 1990; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10051/11]

I am informed by Waterways Ireland that a claim for compensation in the case referred to by the Deputy was received in March 2007. Negotiations have been held between Waterways Ireland and the individual's representatives regarding this matter. I am advised that, on receipt of an itemised claim, Waterways Ireland will deal with the matter expeditiously.

Departmental Funding

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

103 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Tourism, Culture and Sport the level of State grants and or other supports given to the Institute for International and European Affairs during the past two decades, up to 2011; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10223/11]

Details of payments made to the Institute for International and European Affairs since 2002, when my Department was established as the Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism, are provided in the attached table. My Department was a corporate member of the Institute for International and European Affairs up to the end of January 2008. As part of an effort to reduce administrative costs, membership was not renewed after that date.

I am advised that there is no record of any other payment being made to the Institute.

Date of payment

Amount

Purpose of payment

20 Feb 2003

5,000.00

Corporate membership renewal for year commencing Feb 03

12 Feb 2004

5,000.00

Corporate membership renewal for year commencing Feb 04

10 Feb 2005

5,000.00

Corporate membership renewal for year commencing Feb 05

2 May 2006

5,000.00

Corporate membership renewal for year commencing Feb 06

31 Jan 2007

6,000.00

Corporate membership renewal for year commencing Feb 07

Telecommunications Services

Simon Harris

Ceist:

104 Deputy Simon Harris asked the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources the position regarding the plan to roll out the provision of Wifi availability in all public buildings in an area (details supplied); and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10039/11]

The provision of electronic communications service, including broadband, is, in the first instance, a matter for private sector service providers. Broadband services may be provided over various platforms including DSL (i.e. over telephone lines), co-axial cable, mobile, fixed wireless, fibre and satellite. WiFi technologies can be used in conjunction with these platforms to provide wireless access to broadband services.

The matter of WiFi availability in public buildings in the area referred to by the Deputy is one for the authorities responsible for the buildings in question.

Electricity Transmission Network

Michael Creed

Ceist:

105 Deputy Michael Creed asked the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources his policy regarding the undergrounding of electricity cables by EirGrid; if he has conducted any independent assessment of the health risk posed by overhead cables; if he has conducted any comparative costs analysis of undergrounding cables as opposed to pylon construction; if he will indicate his exact policy role in these matters in view of the fact that his Department is a shareholder in EirGrid; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10068/11]

As Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, I have a broad policy role in energy matters.

The planning, development and routing of transmission line infrastructure is a matter for EirGrid, which is the State body responsible for operating the electricity transmission system in Ireland and I, as Minister, have no statutory function regarding the laying of power lines. In recognition however of the strategic national importance of transmission infrastructure and noting the concerns expressed in the context of the North-South project, my predecessor commissioned an independent study on Comparative Merits of Overhead Electricity Transmission Lines versus Underground Cables. The study was conducted by international consultants Ecofys, in partnership with an expert in underground cable technology, Professor Dr Heinrich Brakelmann of the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, and with Golder Associates, a global group specialising in ground engineering and environmental services. This study is available on my Department's website at the following address: http://www.dcenr.gov.ie/Energy/ Electricity+Transmission+Grid/

The study was completed on a national basis and is not project specific.

In addition, I will shortly appoint an independent international expert commission to review and report on a case for, and a cost of, undergrounding (all or part of) the Meath-Tyrone 400KV power lines, as outlined in the Programme for Government.

The health effects of electromagnetic fields are a matter in the first instance for the Minister for Environment, Heritage and Local Government.

Departmental Funding

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

106 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources the level of State grants and-or other supports given to the Institute for International and European Affairs during the past two decades, up to 2011; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10214/11]

Since the establishment of my Department in 2007, a total of €24,000 (€6,000 per annum) was paid by the Department for corporate membership of the Institute for International and European Affairs.

Peter Mathews

Ceist:

107 Deputy Peter Mathews asked the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government the grants or funding from Pobal available to a group of unemployed persons who have established a networking group in the community in an attempt to find employment; the way they should go about applying for this funding; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9953/11]

Pobal administers the Local Community Development Programme (LCDP) on behalf of my Department and I propose to respond to the question in this context.

The LCDP aims to tackle poverty and social exclusion through partnership and constructive engagement between Government and its agencies and people in disadvantaged communities. Among other things, it seeks to increase peoples' work readiness and employment prospects through the development of a range of services to support, prepare and assist people enter the labour market, the development of strategies with local enterprises to increase local employment prospects and the development of strategies to increase self employment prospects.

While Pobal administers the LCDP on behalf of my Department, the programme is delivered locally through 52 Local Development Companies. In the normal course of events, applicant groups should apply directly to these companies who are the principal decision-makers regarding the delivery of actions and allocation of funding under the programme. Neither my Department nor Pobal have any role in this regard. However, if the Deputy wishes to provide me with the details of the network group in question, I would be happy to put the group in contact with the appropriate Local Development Company.

Pobal also delivers a range of publicly funded programmes for other Government Departments and agencies and questions in relation to these programmes may be directed to the relevant Minister.

Departmental Schemes

James Bannon

Ceist:

108 Deputy James Bannon asked the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government the position regarding works carried out under the energy retrofitting scheme 2010 and the compliance status of a local authority, as pertaining to EU and Irish law regarding building energy rating, in respect of proposed works to be carried out under the auspices of the local authority on a number of houses as per the scheme; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10049/11]

Under my Department's Social Housing Improvement Programme, funding of up to 90% of the approved cost is provided to Housing Authorities to undertake improvement works to occupied and vacant social housing units, including works to improve the energy efficiency and general standard of the houses concerned. In the case of works to improve the energy efficiency of a dwelling, authorities are required to undertake a pre-works and a post-works Building Energy Rating (BER) assessment. The amount of grant paid to housing authorities is proportional to the level of energy savings achieved. Where an overall energy saving of more than 300 kWh per M2/year is achieved, a grant of up to 90% of cost or €18,000, whichever is the lesser, is recouped to the authority, reducing to 50% or €6,000, whichever is the lesser, in cases where an energy saving of between 50 and 100 kWh per M2/year is achieved.

Longford County Council received an allocation of €425,000 in respect of improvement works to their social housing stock in 2011. It is a matter for the Council to select the properties to be upgraded and to determine the nature and the scale of the works to be undertaken in each case. In 2010, Longford County Council advised my Department of their intention to carry out improvement works to six houses in McHugh Park. So far, a total of €6,300 has been recouped to the Council in respect of insulation and damproofing works carried out at these houses. The Council envisage that the energy savings in each of the six properties will be around 55 kWh per M2/year.

Planning Issues

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

109 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government if he will respond to constituents’ requests to hold a commission of investigation or other public inquiry into the planning and construction of an estate (details supplied) in Dublin 13; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9943/11]

Under planning legislation, the decision as to whether to grant a planning application, with or without conditions, is a matter for the relevant planning authority in the first instance, in this case Dublin City Council, and for An Bord Pleanála in the case of an appeal. I understand that planning permission for mixed use development was granted by the Council on 19 November 2003 subject to a number of conditions. It is the responsibility of the developer to implement planning permission and to comply with any conditions attaching to that permission.

Enforcement of planning control is a matter for the Council which can take action, inter alia, where the terms of a permission have not been met. I understand that there are ongoing legal proceedings being taken by Dublin City Council regarding compliance with this permission. I have no role in the matter. Under section 30 of the Planning and Development Act 2000, I am specifically precluded from exercising any power or control in relation to any particular case with which a planning authority or An Bord Pleanála is or may be concerned.

In addition to the above, the national Building Regulations set out the legal requirements for the design and construction of new buildings, including houses, extensions and material alterations and certain changes of use of existing buildings. The related Technical Guidance Documents provide technical guidance on how to comply with the Regulations. Compliance with the Regulations is the responsibility of the owner or builder of a building. Enforcement of the Regulations is the responsibility of the 37 local building control authorities who are empowered to carry out inspections and initiate enforcement proceedings, where considered necessary. Where building defects occur, their remediation is a matter for the parties concerned, namely the building owner, the relevant developer and the builder's insurers, in line with any contractual arrangements agreed between the parties.

While I do not intend to establish a commission of enquiry, it should be noted that this estate has been identified in the National Housing Development Survey database, published in October 2010, which established an authoritative baseline analysis of unfinished housing developments to assist in fully understanding the scale and extent of the issues involved; the analysis is informing the work of the high-level Expert Group on Unfinished Housing Developments, established in November 2010, in identifying practical and policy solutions to address the difficulties associated with unfinished housing developments effectively and promptly. I expect the Advisory Group's Final Report to be submitted to me shortly; I will consider its findings and recommendations as a matter of urgency and will bring proposed actions and recommendations to Government for approval.

Consumer protection in the area of quality construction of new dwellings is a critical issue and I have also asked my Department to prioritise the formulation of policy proposals that will enhance compliance and enforcement of the building regulations in general.

Water and Sewerage Schemes

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

110 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government the latest proposals for the greater Dublin drainage scheme; if proposed sites for a new regional waste water or drainage scheme will include locations in all four Dublin counties; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9951/11]

The Greater Dublin Strategic Drainage Study (GDSDS) analysed the existing drainage system in the Greater Dublin area and proposed policies, strategies and projects for developing this system to meet future needs. In relation to waste water treatment capacity, the study recommended that, in addition to the expansion of the Ringsend waste water treatment plant, a future regional wastewater treatment plant should be constructed in the Portrane/Donabate area of Fingal. Fingal County Council decided that certain aspects of the GDSDS should first be subjected to a Strategic Environmental Assessment.

The Strategic Environmental Assessment assessed sixteen strategic drainage options for the Greater Dublin Area and concluded that a new regional wastewater treatment plant should be built in the Northern Greater Dublin Area and that the outfall should be located along the North Dublin coastline following a detailed site selection process.

All of the local authorities accepted the outcome of the Strategic Environmental Assessment and Fingal County Council has appointed a consultant to prepare a Preliminary Report for the scheme, including a recommendation on the optimum location for the proposed treatment plant. The location of the new plant is to be determined based on the site selection criteria set out in the Environmental Report of the Strategic Environmental Assessment.

Local Authority Housing

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

111 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government the turn around time for void houses in Dublin City Council and Fingal County Council local authority areas; if there is a maximum turn around time set down by him for void houses in view of the pressure for housing in both local authority areas; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9970/11]

The sixth Annual Report of the Local Government Management Services Board, published in February 2011, and which details service indicators in local authorities in 2009, shows the average number of weeks it takes each local authority, from the date of vacation of a unit to the date when all necessary repairs are carried out, to relet a unit. In the case of Dublin City Council, this was 19.5 weeks, and in the case of Fingal County Council, this was 18 weeks. The time taken to relet the unit following completion of necessary works was indicated as being four weeks for Dublin City Council and one week for Fingal County Council.

In the context of current constraints on the public capital programme and the reduction in new social housing supply, returning vacant stock to use, in as short a time as possible, continues to be a major priority for my Department. As well as internal local authority resources, Exchequer funding is provided by my Department to assist and incentivise authorities in maintaining an active voids reletting programme. My Department remains committed to the funding of improvement works programmes which are an important source of additional supply of accommodation to meet housing need.

Recreational Facilities

Simon Harris

Ceist:

112 Deputy Simon Harris asked the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government if any schemes are available for the provision of playgrounds within communities; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10040/11]

While there is no specific funding allocation available to my Department for the provision of playgrounds, the Rural Development Programme (RDP) 2007-2013 has funding of €425m available to be allocated to qualifying projects up to the end of 2013. One of the objectives of the RDP is to identify and provide appropriate cultural and leisure facilities to local communities not otherwise available to them and, in principle, it is possible that playgrounds could be eligible under the RDP. There are 36 Local Action Groups contracted, on my Department's behalf, to deliver the RDP throughout the country and these Groups are the principal decision-makers in relation to the allocation of project funding. Such decisions are made in the context of the individual Group's local development strategy and in line with my Department's operating rules and EU regulations.

Departmental Funding

Thomas P. Broughan

Ceist:

113 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government the level of State grants and or other supports given to the Institute for International and European Affairs during the past two decades, up to 2011; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [10218/11]

My Department has paid for corporate membership of the Institute for International and European Affairs and for subscriptions for publications and an attendance at a conference. Details of payments made, from records readily available, are set out in the table below. Compilation of similar information for the years prior to 1997 would involve a disproportionate amount of time and work.

Year

Level of Support

1997

1,333.22

1998

1,333.22

1999

3,948.89

2000

3,809.21

2001

5,007.50

2002

5,000.00

2003

5,000.00

2004

5,000.00

2005

5,000.00

2006

6,000.00

2007

6,000.00

2008

6,000.00

2009

3,114.95

2010

6,285.00

2011

Nil to date

Asylum Applications

Áine Collins

Ceist:

114 Deputy Áine Collins asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the position regarding an asylum application in respect of persons (details supplied) in County Cork. [9926/11]

The first named person concerned applied for asylum on 17th December, 2009. His asylum application was considered by the Office of the Refugee Applications Commissioner and the Refugee Appeals Tribunal, both of whom concluded that the first named person concerned did not meet the criteria for recognition as a refugee.

Arising from the refusal of his asylum application, and in accordance with the provisions of Section 3 of the Immigration Act 1999 (as amended), the first named person concerned was notified, by letter dated 30th December 2010, that the Minister proposed to make a Deportation Order in respect of him. He was given the options, to be exercised within 15 working days, of leaving the State voluntarily, of consenting to the making of a Deportation Order or of making representations to the Minister setting out the reasons why a Deportation Order should not be made against him. In addition, he was notified of his entitlement to apply for Subsidiary Protection in accordance with the European Communities (Eligibility for Protection) Regulations 2006.

The first named person concerned submitted an application for Subsidiary Protection. When consideration of this application has been completed, the individual concerned will be notified in writing of the outcome. In the event that the application for Subsidiary Protection is refused, the position in the State of the first named person concerned will then be decided by reference to the provisions of Section 3 (6) of the Immigration Act 1999 (as amended) and Section 5 of the Refugee Act 1996 (as amended) on the prohibition of refoulement. All representations submitted will be considered before the file is passed to me for decision. Once a decision has been made, this decision and the consequences of the decision will be conveyed in writing to the individual concerned.

The second named person, accompanied by her child, applied for asylum on 31st July, 2006. The child was included on her mother's asylum application. The asylum application was considered by the Office of the Refugee Applications Commissioner and the Refugee Appeals Tribunal, both of whom concluded that the second named person concerned did not meet the criteria for recognition as a refugee.

Arising from the refusal of her asylum application, and in accordance with the provisions of Section 3 of the Immigration Act 1999 (as amended), the second named person concerned was notified, by letter dated 26th November, 2007, that the Minister proposed to make Deportation Orders in respect of her and her child. She was given the options, to be exercised within 15 working days, of leaving the State voluntarily, of consenting to the making of Deportation Orders or of making representations to the Minister setting out the reasons why Deportation Orders should not be made against her and her child. In addition, she was notified of her entitlement to apply for Subsidiary Protection in accordance with the European Communities (Eligibility for Protection) Regulations 2006. The second named person concerned submitted an application for Subsidiary Protection. When consideration of this application has been completed, the individual concerned will be notified in writing of the outcome. In the event that the application for Subsidiary Protection is refused, the position in the State of the second named person and her child will then be decided by reference to the provisions of Section 3 (6) of the Immigration Act 1999 (as amended) and Section 5 of the Refugee Act 1996 (as amended) on the prohibition of refoulement. All representations submitted will be considered before the file is passed to me for decision. Once a decision has been made, this decision and the consequences of the decision will be conveyed in writing to the second named person concerned.

I should remind the Deputy that queries in relation to the status of individual immigration cases may be made directly to INIS by Email using the Oireachtas Mail facility which has been specifically established for this purpose. The service enables up-to-date information on such cases to be obtained without the need to seek this information through the more administratively expensive Parliamentary Questions process.

Citizenship Applications

Shane Ross

Ceist:

115 Deputy Shane Ross asked the Minister for Justice and Equality if he will provide clarity on a timeframe of a citizenship application in respect of a person (details supplied) in County Meath. [9956/11]

A valid application for a certificate of naturalisation from the person referred to in the Deputy's Question was received in the Citizenship Division of my Department in September 2009. The application is currently being processed with a view to establishing whether the applicant meets the statutory conditions for the granting of naturalisation and will be submitted to me for decision as expeditiously as possible.

In that context, as I outlined in response to Parliamentary Question Number 69 of 7th April last, I can inform the Deputy that I have initiated steps within my Department to provide for speedier processing of applications to bring about a substantial reduction in the processing timescale. The new arrangements will be publicly announced once my Department is in a position to implement them.

The granting of Irish citizenship through naturalisation is a privilege and an honour which confers certain rights and entitlements not only within the State but also at European Union level and it is important that appropriate procedures are in place to preserve the integrity of the process.

I should remind the Deputy that queries in relation to the status of individual Immigration cases may be made direct to INIS by Email using the Oireachtas Mail facility which has been specifically established for this purpose. The service enables up-to-date information on such cases to be obtained without the need to seek this information through the more administratively expensive Parliamentary Questions process.

Michael McCarthy

Ceist:

116 Deputy Michael McCarthy asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the position regarding the status of a citizenship application in respect of a person (details supplied) and the reason for the delay in the processing of such application. [9965/11]

Officials in the Citizenship section of my Department inform me that there is no record of an application for a certificate of naturalisation from the person referred to in the Deputy's question. The Irish Nationality and Citizenship Act, 1956, as amended, provides that the Minister may, in his absolute discretion, grant an application for a certificate of naturalisation provided certain statutory conditions are fulfilled. The conditions are that the applicant must—

be of full age;

be of good character;

have had a period of one year's continuous residency in the State immediately before the date of application and, during the eight years immediately preceding that period, have had a total residence in the State amounting to four years; and

have made, either before a Judge of the District Court in open court or in such a manner as the Minister for special reasons allows, a declaration in the prescribed manner, of fidelity to the nation and loyalty to the State.

In the context of naturalisation, certain periods of residence in the State are excluded. These include:

periods of residence in respect of which an applicant does not have permission to remain in the State;

periods granted for the purposes of study; and

periods granted for the purposes of seeking recognition as a refugee within the meaning of the Refugee Act, 1996.

It is open to any individual to lodge an application for citizenship if and when they are in a position to meet the statutory requirements as prescribed in the Irish Nationality and Citizenship Act 1956 as amended.

I should remind the Deputy that queries in relation to the status of individual Immigration cases may be made direct to INIS by Email using the Oireachtas Mail facility which has been specifically established for this purpose. The service enables up-to-date information on such cases to be obtained without the need to seek this information through the more administratively expensive Parliamentary Questions process.

Asylum Applications