Schools encouraged to complete DE's SPiMS Survey

Pictured: Staff and pupils of the ‘Rainbow Room’ at St Joseph’s Primary School, Carnacaville; a specialist class for children with severe learning difficulties.

Following recent correspondence from Dr Mark Browne, Permanent Secretary, schools are being encouraged to complete a short expression of interest survey on SPiMs provision by Friday 3rd May at

The survey lets schools articulate their position in relation to establishing a SPiM for the first time, or additional SPiM classes, and what support they would need to enable them to do so.

The survey should take no more than 5 minutes to complete and all responses will be treated in confidence.

If schools have any queries regarding the survey, please contact the DE team at

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