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Ennis National School


Ennis National School

Ennis National School is a primary school in Ennis, County Clare, Ireland opened in 1897 [1]. It was a boys' school for 95 years before becoming co-educational in 1992[2]. As of 2006 it has some 40 teachers.

The school's curriculum includes participating in "Ennis Information Age Schools", leading a poetry project[3]. A team of pupils won the 2003 national Cadbury/NPC Challenge Quiz, out of 1,800 schools[4].

Development of a replacement school on a new site was finally authorised by the Government in November 2006[5]. This follows a long campaign by parents[6].

External links

  • School website
  • Profile at

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