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INTO concerned by media reports re: potential changes to National Vaccination Programme

30/03/2021

The INTO is extremely concerned by widespread media reports concerning potential changes to the Government’s National Vaccination Programme.

Applying for a Contract of Indefinite Duration (CID)-Informational Video

30/03/2021

With the issuing of the Staffing Circular 0019/2021 last ...

Foilsiú na nImlitreacha ar an Scéim Aitheantais Scoileanna Gaeltachta 2021/22

26/03/2021

Tá na hImlitreacha a bhaineann leis an Scéim Aitheantai...

Reminder – forthcoming April deadlines 

25/03/2021

Members should note a number of forthcoming deadlines in ...

Staffing circular published

24/03/2021

Today’s announcement of the staffing arrangements for p...

COVID-19 Member Update

24/03/2021

Earlier this morning, the INTO met expert public health a...

Update

Member update – reopening, mass testing, school placement and more

12/03/2021

Following the government’s announcement last Monday that primary schools will fully reopen next Monday, 15 March, the INTO has continued to highlight members' concerns, engaging with the Department of Education and all other primary and special education stakeholders in an effort to further improve confidence in working conditions and health-and-safety supports.

Government announce the further reopening of primary schools

08/03/2021

The Department of Education has today confirmed the furth...

Update

Member update – Wider reopening of primary schools

05/03/2021

Earlier this morning, the Department of Education informed the INTO that arrangements for the next phase of the reopening of primary schools, led by public health advice, would be made early next week.

INTO welcomes publication of reproductive health leave bill

02/03/2021

The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) welcom...