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

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.

Webinar Registration

Webinar Date: 27 / 04 / 2022

Follow-up Webinar (recording) : May 4th at 7pm

Announced changes to Leaving Cert & Senior Cycle Explained

As this week’s Wednesday Webinar with the DOE’s Curriculum and Assessment Policy Unit to explain the recent changes announced around the Leaving Cert and Senior Cycle is oversubscribed, we are hosting a follow up, recorded, Wednesday Webinar on the following Wednesday the 4th May at 7pm.

If, as a result, you cannot get on the 27th April Webinar (opens at 18:50, please re-register for our follow up recorded Wednesday Webinar next week.

Topic: RECORDING – Announced changes to Leaving Cert & Senior Cycle Explained

Wednesday, May 4th, at 7pm – RECORDED

Register in advance for this webinar below:

View 4th May Zoom Registration page

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Mai Fanning - NPCpp President

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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