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2 edition of Report of a general inspection on Parkhall Primary School, Antrim, inspected: May 1998. found in the catalog.

Report of a general inspection on Parkhall Primary School, Antrim, inspected: May 1998.

Great Britain. Department of Education for Northern Ireland.

Report of a general inspection on Parkhall Primary School, Antrim, inspected: May 1998.

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Published by Department of Education for Northern Ireland in Bangor .
Written in English


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Report of a general inspection on Parkhall Primary School, Antrim, inspected: May 1998. by Great Britain. Department of Education for Northern Ireland. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mr S Moutray asked the Minister of Education whether the right for any school wishing to use academic criteria for post-primary transfer remains on the statute book. (AQO /09) Minister of Education: Dhíreoinn aird an chomhalta ar an chomhfhreagra a thug mé ar AQW /09, AQW /09 agus AQW /09 a chuir David Simpson MLA, agus a.

Parkhall school was built over 40 years ago and has served the community particularly well. However, we are all aware of the pressures in education, and Antrim borough in particular has had a very dramatic time.

The cuts in education provision have left us with just one controlled school in the area, Parkhall, and one in Crumlin. Official Report (Hansard) St Joseph’s Convent primary School was my first school.

that may be an indication of how old it is and that it needs to be replaced. I declare an interest as a governor. fact that it is the only controlled school in the Antrim Size: 3MB. In addition to this, I launched a North/South Diversity toolkit for primary school teachers in December An extensive training programme for all teachers within primary schools has been undertaken in relation to the toolkit.

There are plans for toolkits to be developed for post-primary and pre-school education provision.