Don’t Miss Out On 3rd Level Grant Opportunities

37% of Students Receive 3rd Level Grants

Wednesday 26th April 2023 at 7pm

SUSI – The organisation that assesses and awards 3rd level grants will join us to explain the process and eligibility criteria for funding.

Wednesday Webinar Recording

Preparing Students and Parents for Leaving Cert 2023

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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.

Preparing Parents and Students for Leaving Cert 2023

Wednesday 5th April 2023 at 7pm

With just 9 weeks to go to Leaving Cert 2023 exams we invite parents and students to join us for our Leaving Cert preparation Wednesday Webinar with Arthur Godsil

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

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