RIP John Coolahan Professor Emeritus, Dublin and Tarbert John Coolahan was a great friend to NAPD. He constantly supported our conferences and symposia as well as contributing to our publications. He made an enormous contribution to Irish Education and will be sorely missed no more so than by his wife Mary and Family. Ar dheis Dé go […]
About Michelle O'Hanlon
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Entries by Michelle O'Hanlon
Almost 121,000 students due to take their Leaving and Junior Cert exams Clive Byrne, Director of the National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals (NAPD), has extended his best wishes to all students starting their Leaving Certificate and Junior Certificate State Examinations this morning. “I want to wish every single student the very best of […]
Clive Byrne of the National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals shares his wisdom to help Leaving Cert students keep calm and stress-free June is here and that can only mean one thing: the Leaving Cert. While the rest of us enjoy the sunshine, spare a thought for the tens of thousands of young Irish […]
Irish Times – 6th June 2018 Reforms needed to tackle Leaving Cert anxiety, say, principals, ‘There’s a reason grown adults still have nightmares about it’ School principals say Leaving Certificate reforms are urgently needed to ease some of the anxiety it is causing among students. The warning comes as almost 121,000 students prepare to begin […]
Irish Independent 6th June 2018 And they’re off… Over 121,000 Leaving and Junior Cert students begin exams today Almost 121,000 Leaving and Junior Certificate candidates begin their exams today with the best wishes of the country behind them, including a good luck tweet from Education Minister Richard Bruton. National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals […]
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 […]
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