Principals congratulates Leaving Cert students on results, urges renewed focus on senior cycle reform agenda Comment from Clive Byrne, director of the National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals (NAPD): “Amidst the excitement and emotions of today’s exam results, it is important that we don’t lose sight of the pressing issue of Senior Cycle reform” […]
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Junior Achievement Ireland announces Microsoft as partner for the inaugural TESA Summit 2019 Exciting plans are in train for the Entrepreneurial School Awards (TESA) 2019, with the announcement that Microsoft Ireland will sponsor the award for overall school of the year and host the inaugural summit. Junior Achievement Ireland (JAI) initiated TESA with the support […]
Summer Edition of the Leader in all schools and online now! Bloomsday marks the start of summer, as does the arrival in your letterbox of the summer edition of Leader Quarterly. We’ve combined the two, by featuring James Joyce on the back cover, in a collage from a Creative Engagement project. All in all, you’ll […]
As we come closer to the end of term, we look forward to a new one. By now you should have all received the NAPD Magazine The Leader in schools along with a renewal form for the next Term ahead. Please note the term of membership will be 1st September 2019 – 31st August 2020. […]
Interested in becoming a Post-Primary Inspector with the Department of Education and Skills? The Public Appointments Service launched a recruitment competition for Post-Primary Inspectors of Irish, Chemistry and or Biology, Italian, Geography, History and Computer Science on 24 May. The closing date for applications is 13 June 2019. Full details available on www.publicjobs.ie An […]
Mike Hughes and Graham Powell are back again for another year *** Please note places are limited and will be filled on a first come basis, with a max of 4 participants per school. It is preferable, but not essential, that new schools to the programme include the Principal or Deputy Principal.*** About Graham Powell […]
School Payments Primary and secondary schools throughout Ireland use Easy Payments Plus to process a range of school expenses. Our solution enables parents to pay school expenses online 24/7. Your school can reduce administration, manage pupil data and improve security for everyone with our convenient payment options. Completely eliminate cash from your school by enabling parents […]
By Digital Desk staff The HSE has launched a new phase of a mental health information programme called Mind Monsters for young people preparing for exams. The Mind Monsters campaign was initiated in 2018 and aims to help adolescents and young adults through tough times with their mental health. READ MORE
Thursday, May 02, 2019 – 12:04 PM The HSE has launched a new phase of a mental health information programme called Mind Monsters for young people preparing for exams. The Mind Monsters campaign was initiated in 2018 and aims to help adolescents and young adults through tough times with their mental health. READ MORE
Statement by Clive Byrne, Director National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals, in relation to the HSE’s latest launch of Mind Monsters “We welcome the HSE’s launch of the latest phase of Mind Monsters, an information sharing mental health programme for young people. However, we welcome this with slight caution. Mental health support […]
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