We have been closely monitoring the public health situation with COVID-19 and following careful consideration, we have taken the decision to postpone all EA-led events and training with immediate effect. Any EA-led events and training noted will not take place until further notice. This includes Governor training events which are not listed in this document.
The health and safety section provides advice and guidance to Education Authority (EA) employees, Governors, and Principals on the execution of their responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work (NI) Order 1978.
Information and resources are provided for school Governors, Principals, Designated Teachers/Deputy Designated Teachers and for all EA staff including those with designated safeguarding responsibilities to support them in safeguarding children and young people.
This section will help those involved in the planning and management of educational visits, through the clarification of policy and procedures, identification of roles and responsibilities and the exemplification of best practice.
Facilities Management Department has responsibility for the provision of the Education Authority’s frontline services across Building Maintenance, Catering, Premises Management, Cleaning Services, Grounds Maintenance, Quality, Safety, Health & Environment.
The Nurturing Approaches in Schools Service (NASS) is a newly established regional Service within the Education Authority’s Children and Young People’s Services Directorate supporting the development of Whole School Nurturing Approaches (WSNA).
Honours are given to people from all walks of life and across every section of society who have made a difference to their community. There are several different types of award, each one recognising a different type of contribution.
The Creative Schools Programme is a programme led by the Education Authority and funded by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland National Lottery Funds, in partnership with the Urban Villages Initiative.