Two temporary Official positions at Head Office


The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation is currently recruiting for two temporary official roles in the Education, Research and Learning Section and our Legal, Industrial Relations and Equality Section.

INTO supports Labour’s reproductive health plan


The INTO has called for the introduction of a reproductive health leave scheme for members managing early miscarriage, fertility treatments and other reproductive health-related matters. 

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INTO welcomes decision to extend bereavement leave


The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) welcome the decision taken today to extend bereavement leave in the education sector.

National rollout of AON process paused following INTO call


We welcome today’s decision to pause the proposed new process and to review the findings from the work undertaken in the education component of the AONs in the 66 trial schools. Our teachers must be given the time, space and resources

Menopause awareness to feature at INTO Equality Conference


Today, on World Menopause Day, the INTO reflects on an issue which affects a large cohort of our membership, impacting on both professional and personal lives.

Breast Cancer Awareness month: FREE INTO member pack


INTO members can download a free breast cancer awareness pack here. Breast Cancer is still one of the most common cancers in women

Register for free Children’s Mental Health member webinar


The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) is hosting a free member webinar in conjunction with the HSE to inform members of the key mental health supports for children currently available on Wednesday, October 12.

Registration now open for Single Scheme Pensions webinar


INTO is hosting an information webinar and advice session for members of the Single Scheme. Teachers who began work since 1 January 2013 are members of this scheme. Register your attendance now.

Ratification of Review of Building Momentum clears the way for pay rises


The PSC of ICTU met today to consider the aggregate results of recent ballots of trade union members. It will now formally notify the Government and the Workplace Relations Commission that the pay deal has been accepted.