A group of south Dublin parents and children are marching on the Dáil this lunchtime, protesting against delays to building a new educate together school in Ballinteer. 150 people are expected to turn out to the demonstration.
The Educate Together has been teaching kids in the area since 2012 but currently operates out of portacabins and classrooms borrowed from another school nearby.
Planning permission for a new building was rejected three years ago and parents and teachers say they've heard nothing from the Department of Education since.
They're calling on school's Minister Richard Bruton to meet them before June to discuss what happens next.
Spokesperson Amanda Bailey says: ‘The department of Education have left us completely in the dark. We will not accept more portacabins as a solution. With no new planning application even submitted yet, who knows where we could be in another 5 years time. All communication regarding this move has been discovered by Ballinteer Educate Together on social media, not through official channels, which has added to the shock and worry of the school community."