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Medical school exam not compromised, inquiry finds HPat review group wants to put prep schools ‘out of the market’ The Australian Council for Educational Research (Acer), which administers the HPat test used in Ireland, launched the investigation last Ma
The Australian Council for Educational Research (Acer), which administers the HPat test used in Ireland, launched the in... read on
Staff-student ratios ‘considerably out of line’ with international norms
Staff-student ratios ‘considerably out of line’ with international norms UCD president says funding crisis is ‘incredib... read on
Students to get classes in tackling cyberbullying
Irish pupils are among the most likely to experience cyberbullying A CONFIDENTIAL report is to recommend to the Cabin... read on
Counsellors 'can only do bare minimum'
A combination of cuts and increases in pupil numbers has led to a “worrying decrease” in the overall capacity of school... read on
Teachers' hounding of Quinn 'a disgrace', says Parents Council
The President of the National Parents Council post-primary has condemned the behaviour of some teachers at the ASTI conf... read on
Grading bands in Leaving Certificate likely to be reduced to 8
Minister Quinn publishes update on “Transitions” reform A new model for the grading of Leaving Certificate Examinations... read on
School principals 'struggling to cope with workloads'
SCHOOL principals don't get enough training and are struggling to cope with their workload, an Oireachtas committee has ... read on
Quinn: Unions cannot be allowed to block junior cycle changes
Education Minister Ruairi Quinn has said that he cannot allow teachers' unions to block proposed changes to the Junior C... read on
Barnardos School Uniforms - did you receive a survey from your child's school?
School Uniform survey If you are a parent of a school-age child, we'd really appreciate your help in gathering inform... read on
Now is the time to assess your CAO choices and get your grant application prepared
Q Is there anything my child should be doing at this time of the year in relation to CAO? Aoife replies: This is a rel... read on

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Junior Cycle Reform - talks for parents in June 2014
The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) presents a series of meetings organised with the National ... read on
Leaving Cert Helpline 2014
This years Helpline will be open for business on the 13th of August at 8am. The Helpline is provided courtesy of the Nat... read on

ISN’T it time that the Department of Education changed its syllabus in relation to the teaching of languages in our schools?
24 Feb 2010
At present, French and German are the main options. Soon India and China will become the dominant powerhouses in the world. Both countries comprise over a third of the world’s population, yet th... read on

Weight of School Bags
28 Apr 2008
National Parents Council post primary are concerned about the weight of school bags. Health and safety are of paramount importance, yet the Minister stated in a recent debate that she refuses to legis... read on


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National Parents' Council
Post Primary
Annual Conference

Saturday 15th November
Tullamore Court Hotel, Co. Offaly

NPCpp hope that Parent Associations, Parents and Guardians of pupils attending Post Primary Schools will join us for this important occasion. We would also ask that if possible, you inform all parents and guardians at your school of the upcoming event as it is open and free to attend.

Further information will be available soon



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