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New facilities for Trinity

NEW facilities planned for Trinity College are set to transform the school’s educational environment.

The plan involves the design and building of a computer design laboratory, a materials area incorporating three workshops for working with wood, metal and plastics, three new state of the art science laboratories and a well-appointed art room.

Additionally, the College will create a Special Education Centre with an electric lift and will install walkways for disabled persons around the school

Further, the rearrangement of three existing teaching areas will allow for the provision of three new specialist facilities to form an Advanced Technologies Learning Centre incorporating an electronics laboratory, a robotics laboratory and an observatory.

Trinity principal Tony Curtis said this is the most exciting project with which he has been associated.

“The Design and Technology Building project will be at last an answer to questions that have been asked by parents over at least the last fifteen years,” he said.

Various needs of the college have been investigated by its board which approved a concept plan drawn up by the college’s architect Michael Broderick.

The college anticipates building will commence in July.

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