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The purpose of this publication is to present findings from the Northern Ireland Omnibus Survey - Education module 2011.
This circular provides advice about the re-employment of prematurely retired teachers.
The purpose of this statistical bulletin is to present detailed, final attendance figures for schools for the 2009/10 academic year. It includes information on the rates of absence, type of absence and reason for absence.
The STEM Strategy - helping to empower future generations through science, technology, engineering and mathematics to grow a dynamic, innovative economy.
The purpose of these statistics is to present suspensions and expulsions figures for schools for the 2009/10 academic year. It includes information on the rates of suspension and expulsion and the reason for suspension and expulsion.
This circular provides information about changes to the treatment of tax relief for pensions
Department of Education Resource Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2011
This circular provides guidance to schools on school uniform policy.
The purpose of this statistical release is to present a detailed analysis of enrolment figures for schools in Northern Ireland for 2010/11. The data are taken from the school census, which ran in October 2010.
The purpose of this statistical bulletin is to provide results of the annual data collection relating to the uptake of school meals in Northern Ireland schools in 2010/11.
This strategy brings a renewed focus to the importance of literacy and numeracy and to the centrality of teachers.
Irish medium recommendations regarding literacy and numeracy
The following link provides the terms of reference regarding the literacy and numeracy strategy for Irish-medium education
The Department carried out a focussed consultation on the draft guidance to schools on school uniform policy. You can view a summary of the responses here:
In 2008, the NSPCC was asked to undertake exploratory research on the need for preventative education in primary schools, which equips pupils to recognise and respond appropriately to bullying, child abuse and domestic abuse.
This policy will complement the curriculum by providing teachers and youth workers with the capacity to address what are often difficult and sensitive issues; by ensuring good practice is disseminated and relevant materials are available; by equipping children and young people
A selection of slides highlighting the key messages of Count, read: succeed - a strategy to improve outcomes in literacy and numeracy
The resources file was produced by working parties of principals, teachers, lecturers and other educationalists who shared their considerable skills and experience and identified useful and effective strategies, shaping these into a common framework for use by all teachers and
This report sets out the main findings from Stage One of
the work which focused on the identification of education
administration and support services where there appears to be
evidence of the potential to deliver additional efficiencies and
Training material to raise awareness of child protection and safeguarding in schools.