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Education Newsbrief (NI), Summer 2010

The Summer 2010 edition of Education Newsbrief (NI) newsletter may be accessed here.

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Board of Education (N.I.)

Education Newsbrief (NI), Spring 2010

The Spring 2010 edition of Education Newsbrief (NI) newsletter may be accessed here.

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Board of Education (N.I.)

Education Newsbrief (NI), Summer 2009

The Summer 2009 edition of Education Newsbrief (NI) newsletter may be accessed here.

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Board of Education (N.I.)

Education Newsbrief (NI), Spring 2009

The Spring 2009 edition of Education Newsbrief (NI) newsletter may be accessed here.

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Board of Education (N.I.)

Archbishop of Armagh on NI Education, General Synod

In his speech seconding the Board of Education Reports to the General Synod of the Church of Ireland 2009, Friday 8 May, the Most Revd Alan Harper, OBE, said that it was the Church’s aim ‘to develop, along with other churches, a clear and shared vision of education shaped by the core values of the Christian faith’.

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Transferor Representatives' Council Statement on Transfer Impasse

The Education spokespersons for the three main protestant churches in Northern Ireland record their 'intense disappointment that the necessary political will did not exist to at least find an accommodation on an agreed and regulated interim arrangement for transfer' and call for a Working Group on Transfer to build consensus. Full text of statement provided.

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TRC Welcome Retention of Right to Nominate Governors

The Transferor Representatives' Council (TRC) has welcomed the retention of the right of the Protestant Churches to nominate governors for Controlled schools within legislation introduced to establish the Education and Skills Authority (ESA).

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Children's Ministry Report 2005 (condensed version)

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Children’s ministry in Northern Ireland

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