This report is addressed to the Department of Education (Northern Ireland) and provides the results of the actuarial valuation of the Northern Ireland Teachers' Pension Scheme carried out as at 31 March 2016.
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.
Letter to school principals with pay threshold assessment guidance and application details to take effect from 1 September 2019.
Bite Magazine - Issue 8
Threshold assessment arrangements for 2019/20.
Information and guidance outlining the Upper Pay Scale progression arrangements from September 2019.
Letter to schools outlining the Upper Pay Scale arrangements from September 2019.
This Circular advises Principals and Boards of Governors of the arrangements for requesting extra Sixth Form places for schools likely to be oversubscribed when receiving year 13 applications.
This Inter-Departmental Homelessness Action Plan which was published in November 2017 has been developed to complement the Northern Ireland Housing Executive’s new Homelessness Strategy.
The Department’s 2019/20 Business Plan has been prepared for consideration and approval by an incoming Minister and will remain as a draft until then.
Application to the Exceptional Circumstances Body.
This page contains the 2019-20 CFF Budget Allocations which is linked to the Common Funding Page.
This statistical bulletin presents an analysis of the GCSE and A-level qualifications and destinations of pupils leaving post-primary schools in 2017/18. Additional tables relating to the statistical bulletin can also be found below.
Mill Strand Integrated Primary School
To operate on a single site
To increase admissions and enrolment numbers - approved
The Department of Education collects data annually on the highest qualification and destination of Northern Ireland grammar and secondary school leavers. The link below contains details on the data collection and validation process.
To increase admissions and enrolment numbers
This circular provides information to support schools preparing or revising their school development plans. It also sets out benchmarking information to inform target setting.
The Levels of Progression 2017/18 paper outlines the methodology applied by the Department of Education (DE) to 2017/18 Key Stage Assessment data in order to generate specific high-level NI averages which can be utilised by the Department and schools in their key policies and