The Education Authority has announced the appointment of Sara Long as its new Chief Executive.
Twenty-two students from 16 schools across Northern Ireland were celebrated today (17 December 2018) at the Education Authority’s (EA) 4th Annual ‘Celebration of Full Attendance at School’ event hosted by Coleraine Grammar School.
The Executive Office, in partnership with the Education Authority, are inviting applications from groups who wish to deliver a Camp, as part of the T:BUC Camps Programme in 2019-2020.
It was a milestone occasion for the pupils and staff of Parkhall Integrated College in Antrim today as the new £20m school was officially opened by Education Authority Chairperson Sharon O’Connor.
Be Bright, Be Seen when travelling to and from schools and colleges is one of the key road safety messages from the Education Authority (EA) to pupils and parents/guardians.
Oliver McMullan has recently been appointed as the Education Authority Board's Disability Champion, reflecting a key commitment from the EA Disability Action Plan.
Education Authority Launches Public Consultation on a Proposed Funding Scheme for Regional and Local Voluntary Youth Organisations
The Education Authority (EA) is holding a 12 week public consultation programme and invites people of all ages from across Northern Ireland to share their views on a proposed new funding scheme for Regional and Local Voluntary Youth Organisations.
EA is delighted to announce the launch of its new website.
Apply for their place online from Wednesday 2 January 2019.
EA Calls for More Funds For Schools and for Transformation of the Education System.
In December last year the Education Authority (EA) launched a new ‘Smart School Transport’ competition under the Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) scheme.
Young people from Armoy are leading a unique photography project that aims to bridge the generational gap in the North Antrim village.
The Education Authority (EA) has published the annual area profiles for primary and post-primary schools across Northern Ireland.
A new district park has been created on the site of the former Faughan Valley School following funding of £1million from the Big Lottery funded Space & Place Programme which enabled the transformation of derelict and unused space in the Drumahoe area.
The Education Authority (EA) in partnership with Inspire Workplaces today (Tuesday 2 October) hosted a Wellbeing Conference for school principals in Northern Ireland.
Anti-Bullying Week is coordinated by the Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum. It will take place on the week beginning 12 November 2018. The focus of Anti-Bullying Week 2018 will be on the theme of RESPECT.
As part of Good Relations Week, 13 schools from across Belfast and Derry-Londonderry have been recognised for achieving ‘School of Sanctuary’ status. A school of sanctuary provides a welcoming, inclusive and safe space where each child thrives and cultural diversity is celebrated.
Education Authority (EA) Chairperson Sharon O’Connor has officially opened the newly-refurbished Seymour Hill Youth Club in Dunmurry. The youth club received £10,000 from the Alpha Programme and has used the funding to create a new facility for its older members.
Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council is now recruiting for 12 young people to be a part of their Youth Council which was established in September 2017.
The Education Authority (EA) is keen to develop an educational tool(s) that can be used within a classroom setting targeting the needs of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ADS) from the ages of 3 – 19 years to improve their educational, social and behavioural outcomes.