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Full Service Community Network Annual Report 2019/20
Annual Report 2019/20
A Rural Needs Impact Assessment have been carried out on the Summer Scheme 2021 policy.
Understanding and Managing Anxiety in Children and Young People with Autism
14 May 2021 - Further update on Extra-Curricular Activities Inters-school Sports and Education Day Visits
12 May 2021 - Letter from Minister Weir to School Principals re COVID Posters and checklists
21 May 2021 - Coronavirus Guidance Note
PISA 2018 additional analysisUsing PISA 2018 to inform policy Learning from the Republic of Ireland
Establish a new 11-18 Grant Maintained Integrated College in the Mid Down area
On 17 May the Education Minister made a statement to the NI Assembly on arrangements for CCEA Qualifications in 2022.
Factsheet for parents and students - Arrangements for CCEA Qualifications 2022
FAQs - Arrangements for CCEA Qualifications - 2022
Letter to parents, guardians and students: CCEA Qualifications 2021-22 - A Roadmap for Recovery
Letter to Principals - CCEA Qualifications 2021/22: A Roadmap for Recovery
Increase approved numbers - Approved.
School Centre Determinded Grades policy to be communicated to parents/pupils.
The Department of Education has exercised the power provided under section 38(3)(c) and paragraph 17(1), (2)(a)(ii), (4)(a) and (7) of Schedule 17 to the Coronavirus Act 2020 to issue a Notice to temporarily modify Article 58 (1)(a) and (5)(a) of the Education and Libraries (N
Information in the form of infographics may be accessed via the links below. The information, drawn from the annual school census exercise, relates to numbers and characteristics of pupils at each school in the relevant academic year.
Sure Start services are provided in the most disadvantaged areas in Northern Ireland to support children’s learning skills, health and well-being and social and emotional development.