The Education Authority (EA) is launching two professionally accredited training programmes; Pathway to Professional Youth Work Scheme and the Youth Service Creative Arts and Digital Innovators (CADi) Programme.
Monday, 30th September 2019
Arlene Kee, Assistant Director of Youth Services for EA has been inducted into Amizade’s Hall of Fame during its 25th Anniversary Celebration and Fundraising Event.
Friday, 27th September 2019
The Education Authority is working with Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council, to recognise the great work being done by local people.
During Good Relations Week, 14 more schools in Northern Ireland have been recognised as Schools of Sanctuary, which celebrates their commitment to making their schools’ welcoming and inclusive spaces for everyone, helps pupils to develop cultural awareness across the curriculum, and strengthens connections with the wider community.
During Good Relations Week, the Education Authority (EA) launched “When the Lights Go Out”, a bilingual story book for children in schools in Northern Ireland.
The Education Authority (EA) has transferred provision of the Dispute Avoidance and Resolution Service (DARS) to Global Mediation, an independent organisation.
Thursday, 22nd August 2019
Students across Northern Ireland have been receiving their GCSE results today, and Chairperson of the Education Authority (EA), Sharon O’Connor, has been wishing students well in the next stage of their educational journey, while visiting Lisneal College.
Thursday, 15th August 2019
Chair of the Education Authority (EA), Sharon O’Connor has been congratulating students in Antrim Grammar, as they receive their AS and A Level exam results today.
Monday, 24th June 2019
The Education Authority Youth Service and Long Tower Youth Club today welcomed over 100 young people from across Derry City to the Guildhall, for important conversations on issues relevant to them.
The Board of Governors Child Protection Training session scheduled for tonight in Lisnagarvey High School has been cancelled.
Monday, 17th June 2019
In April 2017 the Education Authority (EA) published Providing Pathways – A Strategic Area Plan for School Provision 2017-2020. The action plan published today, is the third plan within this strategy, identifying a number of work-streams that will be brought forward to address issues around school provision in Northern Ireland.
Thursday, 13th June 2019
The Education Authority’s Youth Service has recognised the contribution of over 270 volunteers at two celebration events at the Guildhall, City of Derry and Titanic, Belfast.
Wednesday, 12th June 2019
Stage 2 of the Pre-School Admissions procedure concluded on the 11 June 2019.
Following the closure of Stage 1 on 9 May 2019, and now Stage 2 on 11 June 2019, a total of 22,805 (97.30%) target age children have been placed in a pre-school setting with 85.35% being offered a place at their first preference for September 2019.
Thursday, 30th May 2019
The Education Authority (EA) has launched its new online recruitment system.
Friday, 24th May 2019
Following the unrest in Derry last night Arlene Kee, the Education Authority’s Assistant Director of Children and Young People’s Services has issued a statement:
Wednesday, 15th May 2019
The Education Authority (EA), in partnership with Osiris Educational, today (Wednesday 15 May) hosted its first Educational Leadership Conference attended by over 600 school leaders from across Northern Ireland.
Tuesday, 14th May 2019
A wonderful group of babies and their families from the Tyrone and Fermanagh area were congratulated yesterday at a celebration event in the South West Acute Hospital, Enniskillen for their contribution to teaching the internationally recognised “Roots of Empathy” (ROE) classroom programme to children from local schools.
Friday, 10th May 2019
Young people from the Dungannon area, recently participated in the Mid-Ulster Dungannon Youth Engagement Project (YEP), an 18 week project, organised and delivered by the Education Authority (EA), Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) and the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI), in Dungannon Youth Resource Centre.
Parents will receive letters today (Friday 10 May) informing them of which Primary school or Pre-school their child has been placed.
Parents who were unsuccessful in obtaining a primary one place for their child will receive notification from the Education Authority (EA) advising how they can nominate further preferences.
Wednesday, 8th May 2019
The Education Authority (EA), is inviting applications from groups, who are registered with EA, to deliver inclusion programmes as part of the Youth Inclusion Scheme.