The following are selected comments taken from the Inspectors' Reports following visits to the Old School (1842 to 1967) October 1873  "An assistant is required here.  No one teacher can be expected to instruct 80 pupils in all branches of the programme". September 1880  "I hope that the floor will be scoured occasionally with.

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One of the most famous pupils in the old School was a gentleman by the name of P J Browne.  The boys know P.J. well!  Here are some of his memories;- " I remember my old school, down by the Tuning Fork.  Three rooms, two small, one big.  Small yard.  It was an all.

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As we head towards the 50 year anniversary of Ballyroan Boys School, the boys are Familiarising themselves with the history of it's origin.  Today all of the classes are getting an opportunity to visit the Old School House and learn a little about it's history.  The plan is that on January 8th 2018, the.

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     The 8th of January 1968 is a very special date in the history of Ballyroan Boys School.  On that day Micheál Ó Floinn (RIP)  and almost one hundres pupils walked up the Road from the Old School on Willbrook road to the new school on Ballyroan Road. That short couple of kilometres.

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