Campaigners are stepping up efforts to get defibrillators installed in schools across the country.
It comes after a north Dublin principal saved a nine-year-old boy's life when he collapsed after suffering a cardiac arrest in the school yard of Gaelscoil Ros Eo in Rush last month.
Headmaster Tim O'Tuachaigh performed CPR on the boy as a defibrillator, which had been given to the local GAA club by the Apache Pizza company, was rushed to the school.
Paramedics say the outcome could have been very different if a defibrillator from the local GAA club was not available.
Mr O'Tuachaigh said in September at the time of the incident: "All of the first responders said the exact same thing - that if we hadn’t done the CPR, if we hadn’t had the defibrillator, there would be a very different end to this story."
The headmaster says rolling out the devices nationwide would not cost very much.
He said: "They're not massively expensive. You can get a defibrillator for around €1,200 and you can get training for about €300 on top of that.
"For €1,500. What child's life isn't worth €1,500?"