Concerns are again being flagged about the impact of noise pollution from Dublin Airport.
A local school says they're worried parents will stop sending their children there because of the low flying aircraft
117 students attend Kilcoskan National School, located at the Ward near Dublin Airport.
They say they've been impacted by noise every since the second runway opened last August.
They tried to stage an outdoor Ceili and a harvest festival recently but say the children's voices were drowned out according to the Irish Times.
But they're most worried about the impact its having on their two classes of children who have autism.
The deputy principal says they are predominantly non verbal so can't tell them how it's bothering them.
The school is worried parents will stop sending their children there because of the noise.