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Your opportunity to discuss Churches in Schools

9th–11th April 2024

Your opportunity to discuss Churches in Schools

Clergy, school governors, and members of local Church of Ireland, Presbyterian and Methodist congregations are invited to three special ‘Churches in Schools’ events next week.

Each will be an opportunity to share the current issues in the relationship between faith and education, and churches and schools, and to support churches in their role in nominating school governors.  The events are organised by the Transferor Representatives’ Council, and refreshments will be provided with special dietary requirements accommodated. 

The three events are taking place as follows, to reach as many local churches as possible around Northern Ireland:

Lisburn: Tuesday, 9th April
10.30am – 12.30pm
Vic–Ryn, T3 Conference Centre, 5 Rathdown Walk, Lisburn BT28 2RE

Coleraine: Wednesday, 10th April
2.00pm – 4.00pm         
New Row Presbyterian Church, New Row, Coleraine BT52 1LA

Enniskillen: Thursday, 11th April
10.30am – 12.30pm    
St Macartin’s Cathedral Halls, Hall’s Lane, Enniskillen BT74 7DR

If you’d like to take part, please indicate which event you wish to attend at https://forms.gle/e53s1EVd3zKjyR4HA

The Board of Education (Northern Ireland) represents the Church of Ireland in all educational matters affecting Northern Ireland and nominates representatives of the Church to any education body as required, including the Transferor Representatives’ Council, the Education Authority, and the Controlled Schools’ Support Council.

Dr Peter Hamill

Secretary, Board of Education (NI)
028 9082 8860


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