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Entering Junior Cycle in September 2022?JC Programme Explained

If you have a student entering the Junior Cycle in 2022 last week’s very informative Wednesday Webinar with dept of education Team Leader Éidín Gallagher is now uploaded to YouTube.

Dept of Education Anti Bullying Survey

NPCPP together with the Department of Education is seeking your views about what should be done to prevent and type of bullying in our schools.Please complete linked below and share the survey to increase engagement even further to help us receive observations and feedback from as many interested individuals as possible.

Link To Survey
Summer Programme 2022

A home-based summer programme will continue to be available for children with complex needs where their schools are not providing a school-based programme.

The allocation of hours is 10 per week for four weeks, where a student is eligible and their school is not participating in a school-based programme or is not in a position to offer the student a place on a school-based programme.

Link To Summer Programme
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