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Copy of development proposal submission for St Colman's primary school.

Published 16 January 2014Development plan/framework

This circular supersedes TNC 2009/10 and sets out the framework for the Performance Review and Staff Development Scheme which applies to all qualified teachers, other than beginning teachers or those participating in Induction or Early Professional Development (EPD).

Published 15 January 2014Guidance literature

Development Proposal No. 238 - East Belfast Development Proposals

Published 14 January 2014Development plan/framework

Annexes 1 to 8 of the community use of schools guidance toolkit.  

Published 14 January 2014Guidance literature

This document provides advice to schools on the best practice identified by the ETI in relation to the provision of Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE).

Published 14 January 2014Guidance literature

The guidance has been designed to develop and disseminate good practice It offers useful
advice on the key issues a school may want to consider when initially deciding whether and
how to open its premises for community use.

Published 13 January 2014Guidance literature

This resource is designed specifically for practitioners working in the
early years sector with children who have been identified as having
special educational needs (SEN) and/or disability (DIS), referred to in this
resource as children with SEN.

Published 01 January 2014Guidance literature

These publications present findings from various years for the Pre-school Education Programme survey of parents. 

Published 31 December 2013Research and analysis

This background report is designed to provide factual information on how the education system in the north of Ireland works, how it is funded, its key priorities and how delivery against those key priorities is progressing. 

Published 31 December 2013Corporate reports

Summary of development proposal decisions 2013

Published 31 December 2013Development plan/framework

This circular advises principals and Boards of Governors on the duty to verify information contained within applications for admission.

Published 20 December 2013Circulars

Findings from the School Omnibus Survey 2013 relating to shared education, stemworks and business education, pupil participation, pre-employment vetting, websites and communication, physical education, supporting pupils with medication needs.

Published 20 December 2013Research and analysis

The aim of this review has been to identify the factors which contributed to the problems
associated with the implementation of Computer Based Assessment (CBA) in 2012/13 –

Published 11 December 2013Independent reports

This review, which focused on how assessment and evaluation systems could deliver improvements for pupils, was carried out in late February and early March 2013 by independent experts from other OECD countries.

Published 10 December 2013Independent reports

iMatters posters in Spanish

Published 10 December 2013Guidance literature

Proposal to amalgamate St Anne's (Girls) Primary School and Barrack Street Boys Primary School with effect from 1 September 2014.

Published 09 December 2013Development plan/framework

This Circular reminds schools about their responsibility to have in place an eSafety policy. It provides guidance on eSafety in the context of the new C2k contract, Education Network (ni) and in relation to non C2k networks.

Published 06 December 2013Circulars

Development Proposal No. 237 - Proposed amalgamation of Knockbreda High School and Newtownbreda High School. Joint submission with Dundonald HS, Ashfield Girls HS, Ashfield Boys HS and Orangefield HS.

Published 06 December 2013Development plan/framework

iMatter posters in French

Published 04 December 2013Guidance literature

Student achievement in Northern Ireland : Results in mathematics, science and reading among 15-year olds from the OECD PISA 2012 study RB1/2013.

Published 02 December 2013Research and analysis

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