The Transferor Representatives’ Council invites you to the Beyond the Stereotype Seminar on Friday, 25th March 2022, between 12.00 noon and 3.00pm at Seagoe Parish Centre, Portadown. The parish centre is attached to Seagoe Parish Church and beside Seagoe Primary School. This is an event for school principals and all those in church life who […]
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Supporting teachers and pupils is one of many ways in which the Church fulfils its missional role in today’s society. To empower parishes in how they serve schools, the Church of Ireland’s Board of Education (Northern Ireland) has offered more than £7,000 in grants over the last three years to nine projects which build on […]
The Church of Ireland’s Board of Education (Northern Ireland) has written to all principals of schools in the controlled sector with the following message of encouragement: Dear Principal, The Church of Ireland Board of Education (Northern Ireland) is writing to express its continued thanks to all involved in school life at this time and to […]
Over 100 teachers, senior leaders, school governors and other education professionals from across the Presbyterian Church in Ireland came together today for ‘PCI Talks Education: A vision for the future in Northern Ireland’. With the launch of the Independent Review of Education providing the backdrop for the conference, delegates welcomed the Minister for Education, Michelle […]
New research explores views of educational success and underachievement A significant new research report into educational underachievement in controlled schools – commissioned and funded by the Transferor Representatives’ Council – has been launched by Stranmillis University College. Beyond the Stereotype is based on group interviews with principals, teachers and pupils in eight primary and post-primary […]
On a visit to Glengormley High School this morning, Presbyterian Moderator, Right Reverend Dr David Bruce, took the opportunity to praise the work of principals, teachers, governors and all who have worked in schools across Northern Ireland during the pandemic – and the pupils who have had to continue learning under such difficult circumstances. He […]
The Transferor Representatives’ Council (TRC) – representing the Church of Ireland, the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, and the Methodist Church in Ireland in educational matters in Northern Ireland – has again expressed its thanks and deep appreciation to school principals, staff and governors for their commitment to management, teaching and learning, pastoral oversight, and financial […]
The Church of Ireland Board of Education (Northern Ireland) has congratulated the Principal of Banbridge Academy, Mr Robin McLoughlin, on his award of an OBE for services to education in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List. Mr McLoughlin is a member of the Board of Education. Archbishop John McDowell, Chair of the Board, said: “I would […]
The Church of Ireland Board of Education (Northern Ireland) has expressed its concern for the welfare of children and young people, who as a group have been severely affected by the Covid–19 pandemic, and its thanks to all schools and to all organisations that support children and young people. The Archbishop of Armagh, the Most […]
The Transferor Representatives’ Council (TRC) has written to the principals and boards of governors of all controlled schools in Northern Ireland to thank them and all of their staff for their continuing work. In particular, the TRC thanks principals, teachers, all other school staff, and governors “for their commitment to pupils and their mental health […]