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INTO welcomes earlier announcement of minor works grant

11/11/2019

The INTO welcomes Minister McHugh’s announcement today ...

Employment Tribunal Victory for INTO Members 

07/11/2019

The Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) has issued determinations in nine appeals brought by INTO members in relation to...

INTO President joined Palestine delegation

06/11/2019

INTO President Feargal Brougham visited Palestine as part of a Trade Union Friends of Palestine delegation. He shares his experience of the visit...

Bonn Vere Foster Award 2019 – Mary Immaculate

05/11/2019

The INTO Congress of 1956, held in Belfast decided to organise a suitable memorial as a tribute to the memory of Vere Foster. The memorial takes the form of a Vere Foster medal...

Mortgage and Tax Advisory Seminars

04/11/2019

ITAS Accounting and EDUC Mortgages are delivering a number of advisory seminars for INTO members and their families. Seminars will take place...

Education report highlights budget failure

31/10/2019

Today’s report shows that Irish primary schools remain crowded, four above the EU average. Smaller classes support inclusion and diversity of children, allow for more individual attention and meet the ambition...

Update on RSE Review

31/10/2019

Following a request from the Minister of Education, the NCCA undertook a comprehensive review of Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) in primary and post-primary schools. This review commenced in...

Payments in respect of the School Based July Education Programme

30/10/2019

INTO has been advised that members who undertook the July based education programme this year will receive payment on Thursday, 14 November. Any queries in relation to this should be...

Do Leanbhsa sa Bhunscoil – Nodanna do Thuirsmitheoirí (Leagan Gaeilge)

29/10/2019

Gach bliain cuireann Cumann Múinteoirí Éireann ár dtreoirleabhar do thuismitheoirí nua ar fáil. Tá léargas bunaithe ar thaithí na mblianta ar fáil sa leabhar beag seo a thugann...

Irish and UK education unions convene in London

25/10/2019

The leadership of both British and Irish education unions met today, Friday 25 October. This group meets twice a year to discuss issues of mutual interest across the UK and Ireland. Among the matters they considered were teacher health and welfare and international events...