The Education Authority welcomes today’s announcement from the Education Minister, Mr Peter Weir, that funding of £1 million has been secured to provide much needed support to Outdoor Education Centres.
Tuesday, 5th January 2020
Mr Barry Mulholland has today taken up post of Chairperson to the Board of the Education Authority (EA) following a successful public appointments competition.
Congratulations to our Catering service who were winners at the recent APSE awards. The Association for Public Service Excellence Awards highlights excellence in the delivery of frontline services to local communities.
Wednesday, 9th December 2020
This website was created to support teachers through the 2020-2021 academic year and beyond. It aims to promote the reflective practice of the Teacher Professional Learning strategy, supporting teachers to be learning leaders.
Creation of happiness boxes is one of the strategies outlined in an innovative on-line Teacher Professional learning Programme, which was launched by the Education Authority (EA) on 5th November 2020.
We are delighted to be supporting the Christmas Family Appeal again this year. Last year you generously raised over 2300 toys for this Appeal as part of an EA wide campaign.
The Education Authority (EA) has launched the Music Service website, which showcases the inspiring work in nearly 700 schools across Northern Ireland to make music accessible to children and young people.
Wednesday, 4th November 2020
We are delighted to announce the launch of InterpreterNow which enables our deaf and sign language users to communicate directly to schools or to Education Authority (EA) staff using a video relay service.
The Education Authority (EA) is asking parents to help spread the message about the importance of wearing face coverings on all school transport. This comes after the EA delivered over 850,000 face masks to schools across Northern Ireland for pupils who avail of home to school transport.
The Education Authority (EA) is today (Friday 16 October 2020) launching two consultations on an “ambitious programme of change” that aims to transform special educational needs (SEN) provision across Northern Ireland.
The deadline for applying for Further Education Grants has been extended to October 30. If you are aged 19 or over and studying for a full time or part time Level 1, 2 or 3 course help with finance is available, subject to eligibility
We are delighted to be named as a top three finalist in the ‘Digital Public Service Innovation of the Year Award’ for our work on school admissions. Thank you to everyone who voted for us. The awards, organised by Digital Leaders 100, celebrate businesses and organisations who champion and implement meaningful digital transformation.
Kicking off Good Relations Week, 14 more schools in Northern Ireland have been recognised as Schools of Sanctuary in an online celebration event.
As part of the week of events celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees in Northern Ireland, the Education Authority’s Intercultural Education Service (IES) interviewed author and illustrator Helen Patuck who has created many wonderful resources for refugee and other newcomer children.
The Education Authority’s Admissions, Digital Transformation and ICT Teams have been named as a finalist in the Digital Leaders 100 Awards 2020, which celebrate the best in UK digital transformation.
We are committed to ensuring all members of the community are able to access important information and contact us during these challenging times. EA’s Disability Champion, Board Member Oliver McMullan has been working with officers to put in place appropriate measures members of the deaf community can access information
Tuesday, 28th April 2020
At a meeting of the Teachers’ Negotiating Committee (TNC) this morning, Management Side and the Northern Ireland Teachers’ Council (NITC) formally ratified an agreement to resolve the long running industrial dispute of teachers’ pay and workload.
Joint Statement from Management Side of the Teachers’ Negotiating Committee and the Northern Ireland Teaching Council (NITC)
Wednesday, 8th April 2020
At a meeting of the Teachers’ Negotiating Committee (TNC) this morning (Wednesday 8th April), and following receipt of the appropriate approvals from the Department of Education and the Department of Finance, Management Side submitted a formal offer to the NITC to resolve the long running industrial dispute of teachers’ pay and workload.
Wednesday, 20th March 2020
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