Maths Week Ireland promotes awareness, appreciation and understanding of Maths through a wide variety of events and activities. The school was a hive of activity as it participated in national Maths Week. Students got involved in solving puzzles, looking at the logic in maths, entering a maths poster competition, seminars, worships, bingo and more importantly enjoying the fun side of maths.
Dublin postal districts In Dublin city and its suburbs, a system of postal districts was introduced in by the Royal Mail with the prefix "D", and retained after Ireland became an independent country, without the prefix. However the use of district numbers by the public did not begin until when street signs displayed postal district numbers.
Prior to that time, street signs only displayed the street name in Irish and English.
The Dublin system had 22 districts — Dublin 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 6W, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 22, These were incorporated into the routing keys used by the Eircode national postcode system as D01, D02, D12, D22, etc.
The city of Cork had four numbered postal districts, but these were used internally by An Post and rarely on mail.
Cork 2, administered from the Ballinlough sorting office, covered the south-east, Cork 3 from Gurranabraher covered the north-west while Cork 4 from Togher sorting office covered the south-west.
The first three characters, called the "Routing Key", are designed to benefit the postal and logistics industry and contain on average 15, addresses each.
The second part of the Eircode, called the "Unique Identifier," consists of four characters drawn from a carefully selected set of randomised letters and numbers that identify each individual address.
By then, the optical character recognition OCR systems were advanced enough to read whole addresses, as opposed to just postcodes, thereby allowing An Post to skip a generation. Consequently, mail to addresses in the rest of the state did not require any digits after the address.
While An Post stated that the addressing system and sorting technologies make postcodes for mail delivery unnecessary, it was suggested that other services such as advertising mail providers would benefit from a national system.
In MayNoel Dempseythe Minister for Communications announced that postcodes would be introduced by 1 January His successor as minister, Eamon Ryanannounced in August that he was delaying the project pending additional consultation and investigation into the need.
It was to be put out to tender with the end of given as the date by which postcodes should be assigned. According to the report, a postcode operator was to be appointed by September and every householder and business was to be issued a code by July It had advocated that postcodes should either consist solely of numbers, as in many other bilingual or multilingual countries, or be based on Irish language names instead.
Apart from routing keys corresponding to the previous Dublin postal districts, the initial letters of Eircode routing keys bear no relation to either the English language or Irish language place names within these areas.
A Postcode Working Group met in early and produced a report  recommending the implementation of a postcode system. On 23 Maythe Minister for CommunicationsNoel Dempseyin a government press release  announced that postcodes would be introduced in Ireland by 1 January In Novemberthe National Statistics Board issued a report welcoming the decision  and making recommendations as to its implementation.
This avoids trying to group households together into small area clusters. It was later announced that the postcodes would include the one- or two-character county codes currently used in vehicle registration platesmaking them alphanumeric with the existing Dublin system retained. It also stated that the decision arising from this submission was that the Minister would revert to Government following further analysis to quantify the benefits, which would then be followed by a public consultation process.
In Augustthe Minister  reportedly postponed the implementation of the system "indefinitely" pending additional public consultation. The introduction was stated to be subject to cabinet approval.
It stated that Eamon Ryan was finalising the proposals, which include a 6 character format postcode, giving a sample of "D04 " where "D04" corresponded to the current Dublin 4 postal region and "" was a specific group of buildings.
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