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Irish Times Online Friday, 20th April 2018 About 70 pupils face sitting three exams in a single day due to timetable congestion About 70 students iin this year’s Leaving Cert exams face sitting three exams in a single day due to subject clashes and timetable congestion. School principals have called for Leaving Cert exams to […]
Statement by National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals “The National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals welcome the announcement by the Minister for Education Richard Bruton TD that the number of places available on the Professional Diploma in School Leadership, will increase by 20% from September from 250 to 300 places. The importance of […]
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Note to all our Guests When arriving at the National Gallery please enter by the Nassau St/Clare St entrance. This will bring you into the foyer area alongside the Gallery shop and downstairs restaurant Assemble there between 11.45-12.00 If you arrive early, there is, as you probably already know, a nice cafe there. We […]
With the imminent arrival of the “Beast from the East”, it is a good time to review your procedures for severe or prolonged cold weather. Below we have outlined some basic tips to protect your school property, that should be adhered to in the immediate run up to such an event : It is very […]
The final version of the update for schools on CPD support arrangements for the revised child protection procedures is now available. General queries in relation to school closures or the ‘Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post-Primary schools 2017’ should be e-mailed to the Department at: firstname.lastname@example.org General queries in relation to child protection CPD should […]
RTE Online Monday 5th February 2018 Director of the National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals Clive Byrne said the report shows that schools will deliver when they are given the right kind of supports. He said: “While today’s findings are very encouraging, I am also mindful of the remaining challenges for secondary education. Read more: https://www.rte.ie/news/education/2018/0205/938411-irish-primary-schools/
Irish Examiner Tuesday 6th February 2018 There has been a marked deterioration in the standard of Irish among pupils in primary schools. A new report raises concern over the quality of teaching of Irish at primary and secondary level. It is one of a number of issues raised in the latest report by the Chief […]
Irish Times Tuesday 6th February 2018 New internet safety initiative to support teachers address online sexual coercion Online sexual coercion, or “webcam blackmail”, is to be addressed in the classroom under a new internet safety initiative. Read more: https://www.irishtimes.com/news/education/secondary-students-to-receive-lessons-on-dangers-of-webcam-blackmail-1.3382660
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