Alan Hynes: “Catholic schools will engage positively with the SPHE curriculum, recognising that SPHE is an important part of a holistic education, contributing to the wellbeing of our young people.
Friday 5 May last, marked the 200th anniversary of the establishment in 1823 of Loreto Primary School in Rathfarnham, Dublin.
Alan Hynes, Chief Executive Officer of the Catholic Education Partnership, has written a letter to the Editor of The Irish Times in response to an opinion article by David Graham.
Reconfiguration of school patronage reflects the growing diversity of Irish society – Archbishop Farrell
On Monday 27 March, the Minister for Education, Norma Foley TD, announced a change of patronage for Saint Enda’s primary school.
Bishops welcome the launch of the new Primary Curriculum Framework.
New audio thought for day to launch for Catholic Schools Week 2020
The Catholic Primary Schools Management Association has broadly welcomed the public consultation process on school admission policies announced by the Minster for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton TD. However, it noted that the issues arising from it may well...
Catholic Schools Partnership welcomes Minister Bruton’s announcement of a consultation regarding schools admissions
The Catholic Schools Partnership (CSP), an umbrella body for Catholic schools, has welcomed the announcement today by the Minister for Education & Skills Richard Bruton TD of a consultation process regarding the role of a religion as a selection criterion for...
Mass to be broadcast from Portlaoise to open the national celebration for Catholic Schools Week