How to work with children who haven’t heard the Christian story and the necessity for focusing on inter–generational rather than children’s ministry alone – these were the main issues discussed at a recent UK and Ireland Children’s Ministry Network Conference in Dungarvan, County Waterford.
The General Synod Board of Education (Republic of Ireland) was interested to learn of the remarks made by Minister Richard Bruton today in relation to on–going considerations regarding school admissions.
More than 500 students of from all over the Republic of Ireland filled St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, yesterday (Thursday September 22) for the General Synod Board of Education (RI) Second Level Schools’ Service.
The Chairman, the Rt Revd Dr Paul Colton, Bishop of Cork, and the Board of Directors of the Secondary Education Committee (SEC) are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Johnny Honner to the role of SEC Grants Administrator in succession to Mr David Wynne.
The Board of Education (Republic of Ireland) has published the findings of its Safeguarding Trust Survey, including perspectives from parishes on implementing Safeguarding Trust and a number of new projects which will be taken forward.
Guidance on the taking and publishing of photographs and recorded images has been updated.
Representatives of 23 Protestant second level schools in the Republic of Ireland gathered on 26th September 2014 for a conference on ‘Faith and Partnership in Second Level Schools’ organised by the Church of Ireland Board of Education (RI).