Cookstown Primary School gets additional nursery places

Holy Trinity Primary School pupils Aoife and Asling captured at the

Holy Trinity Primary School pupils Aoife and Asling captured at the "Fun Maths" Day held on Monday morning of this week organised by the Business Education Partnership and delivered by Senatus.INMM1014-381SR

The Department of Education has announced that 26 additional nursery places will be made available in Holy Trinity Primary School Cookstown with effect from September 2014 bring the total number of nursery places to 78.

This follows an unprecedented demand for nursery places in the school which was designated as “Outstanding” following a recent ETI Inspection Report.

Commenting on the news, Mr Tony Devlin, Principal said “This is very good news for Holy Trinity Primary School and the wider Cookstown community-it is especially good news for the very many parents and children who were previously unable to secure a nursery place. We wish to put on record our thanks to the Education Minister, Mr John O Dowd. We would also like to thank and acknowledge the work of CCMS and local political representativeswho have supported our development proposal for additional nursery provision- we are very grateful to them. We have very ambitious plans to expand and develop nursery provision on the site and this announcement by the Department of Education is an important first step in realising that vision”

Parents who would like to secure a nursery place for their child should contact the school @ 86763151 on Tuesday 12thbetween 10.00am and 12.00noon

The school can also be contacted via the school admin team @ the email addresses below:-

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