All parents are encouraged to give their feedback about what’s taught in the draft Social, Personal and Health Education (SPHE) curriculum for junior cycle by clicking the link below.

Please click here to complete the Parents / Guardians feedback survey

This consultation will be open until 18 October 2022

NPCPP is hosting an informative #WednesdayWebinar with the NCCA on the consultation process on Wednesday 28th Oct @ 7pm

Please pre register by clicking here

The National Parents Council Post Primary (NPCPP) is the voice of, and advocate for, all parents and guardians of young people in post-primary education in Ireland.

Have Your Say

#WednesdayWebinar Sept 28th @ 19:00

Be informed and get involved in consultations around the curriculum on Social, Personal & Health Education (SPHE) / Relationships & Sexuality Education (RSE).

This webinar is linked to the opportunity for parents to feed into the SPHE/RSE online consultation which closes on the 18th Oct

A live presentation by the NCCA

Pre register here-> https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_rYT07wX_RhC2LFPZKUJS8A

Parents are encouraged to give their feedback with regard to the SPHE/RSE curriculum changes by clicking the link below.

https://forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.aspx?id=s-Fcb2jZiUaBpt7a8TpbEd7GO4o5jLFFp5M2AKX4tMhUMEE3Uk5SUUxJT0FFQ0QySlQ1Wk5SVDhKTy4u

This consultation will be open until 18 October 2022

Mai Fanning - NPCpp President

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Welcome from the NPCPP President – Mai Fanning

“The collaboration, interaction and communication between parents, guardians, educators and partners in education in Ireland remains of vital importance in positively impacting on the education, development and general wellbeing of young people in the post-primary education system”

Mai Fanning, President, The NPCPP

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