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Registration open for retirement planning webinar

29/09/2021

The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) will host a retirement planning webinar on Friday, 15 October from 9am to 4pm. Registration for this webinar opened on the INTO website on Monday, 27 September. Please note that this webinar will be strictly limited to 150 participants. We hope to be in a position to offer our … Continued

Members urged to visit website before submitting query

28/09/2021

The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) runs a QueryLine via phone, email and the portal for members. We are currently experiencing an exceptionally high volume of member queries which is resulting in delays responding to members. We have put additional resources in place, including staffing, to support this service. Our website contains a wealth of information … Continued

INTO calls for deferral of changes to contact tracing until reliable data is available

22/09/2021

Proposed changes to contact tracing arrangements in primary schools from next Monday should be deferred until reliable data on outbreaks in primary schools is available, the INTO has said...

INTO awarded prestigious grant to tackle racism in primary schools

17/09/2021

The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) was today the recipient of a prestigious Human Rights and Equality Grant, awarded by the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission...

Restore school funding – Email your TD today!

16/09/2021

The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) recently launched our Budget 2022 campaign setting out our priorities for primary education ahead of Budget 2022, due to be announced on 12 October. Every single member (and parent) can play a role in helping us to secure critical investment in our schools...

Yet again, OECD report shines spotlight on supersized primary classes  

16/09/2021

The latest OECD ‘Education at a Glance’ report sets out in no uncertain terms a negative correlation between larger classes and mean performance in reading, with a clear view as to the benefits of smaller classes for schools in disadvantaged communities...

Support our School Leaders – Email your TD today!

14/09/2021

The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) recently launched our Budget 2022 campaign setting out our priorities for primary education ahead of Budget 2022, due to be announced on 12 October. Every single member (and parent) can play a role in helping us to secure critical investment in our schools. Take a minute out of your … Continued

Supersized classes need to go – Email your TD today!

10/09/2021

The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) recently launched our Budget 2022 campaign setting out our priorities for primary education ahead of Budget 2022, due to be announced on 12 October. Every single member (and parent) can play a role in helping us to secure critical investment in our schools. Take a minute out of your … Continued

Department launches catch-up scheme & INTO raises principal concerns with officials

08/09/2021

The Department of Education has today published a €50million scheme to provide additional funding to schools to hire part-time, qualified teachers to support pupils who have learning deficits as a result of COVID-19. A new programme called Covid Learning and Support Scheme (CLASS) is being put in place to help schools mitigate the adverse impacts of COVID-19 on … Continued

INTO Principals’ Seminars to recommence

08/09/2021

The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) are delighted to announce that our popular principals’ seminars will recommence and be held throughout the country in the 2021-22 school year. These seminars have proven to be hugely popular and provide practical and effective support for school leaders. The topics will span a full range of issues from legal to conditions … Continued