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The Teacher Education Partnership Handbook draws together in one place guidance for student teachers, beginning teachers, teacher-tutors and others with a role in the three main stages of early teacher education.

Published 16 August 2010Guidance literature

The purpose of this statistical bulletin is to provide analysis of the latest annual collections relating to teacher numbers, teacher vacancies and Pupil : Teacher ratios in grant-aided schools in 2009/10.

Published 05 August 2010Statistical reports

Addendum to the career break scheme.

Published 04 August 2010Guidance literature

Department of Education review of capital projects - 5 July 2010

Published 05 July 2010Corporate reports

Statistics on pupil attendance, pupil performance, leavers' destinations and teacher workforce, produced by the Department underwent assessment by the Statistics Authority in Autumn 2009 in conjunction with assessments conducted on education statistics in the other regions

Published 01 July 2010Statistical reports

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Published 29 June 2010Guidance literature

The Education Minister's 2010 statement to the Assembly on the Department's review of all school capital projects.

Published 29 June 2010Speeches and statements

This statistical bulletin presents an analysis of examination performance of pupils in year 12 and year 14 at post-primary schools in Northern Ireland for the 2008/09 academic year. Additional tables relating to the statistical bulletin can also be found below. 

Published 25 June 2010Statistical reports

Evidence-based paper to inform Early Years
Strategy

Published 23 June 2010Consultation reports

Guidance on the enrolment status of pupils, including those subject to SEN referrals, using Dual Registration.

Published 22 June 2010Circulars

This strategy identifies the particular issues facing the Department of Education in relation to early years and sets the direction of policy that the Department intends to take, working where appropriate with other departments towards common aims.

Published 22 June 2010Policy papers

This statistical bulletin presents an analysis of examination performance of pupils in year 12 and year 14 at post-primary schools in Northern Ireland for the 2010/11 academic year. 

Published 19 June 2010Statistical reports

This circular provides guidance on changes to the Teachers' Premature Retirement Compensation Scheme ("the Scheme") in Northern Ireland

Published 15 June 2010Circulars

This circular, issued by the Department of Education, details the EF support arrangements for Phase II of the delivery of the Entitlement Framework by 2013.

Published 10 June 2010Circulars

Parents have a right of complaint against a decision of a school to refuse a child admission to a grant-aided school.

Published 04 June 2010Guidance literature

The purpose of this letter is to provide updated procedures which schools should use with respect to applications for admissions after 1 July 2010, when parents complain against the decision of a grant-aided school to refuse their child admission post-years 1 and 8.

Published 04 June 2010Guidance literature

The former Education Minister wrote to all grant-aided schools on 2 June 2010 reminding them about their responsibilities in relation to the prevention of drugs misuse (through drugs education programmes) and the protection of young people (through each school's drugs educ

Published 02 June 2010Correspondence

This circular provides advice on the movement of Unique Pupil Numbers and student basic details between school sectors.

Published 28 May 2010Circulars

This statistical bulletin presents an analysis of the GCSE and A-level qualifications and destinations of pupils leaving post-primary schools in 2008/09.

Published 27 May 2010Statistical reports

Information relating to the employer-issued survey on violence/abuse against teachers.

Published 10 May 2010Guidance literature

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