The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) has secured a number of important clarifications from the Department of Education (DE) and the Teaching Council, which are detailed in this week’s member update. The union expects to issue a final update towards the middle of next week, ahead of the closure of our schools for the summer … Continued
Following notification of the 2021-22 special education teaching hours to schools last month, the Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) sought early clarity for developing schools and for schools whose special education profile had changed significantly.
The INTO LGBT+ Teachers’ Group are delighted to confirm the winners of the Different Families, Same Love competition for 2021.
The Department of Education has issued the latest panel update. There are 18 teachers awaiting redeployment on the main panel. The update also provides for the following arrangements: In dioceses/areas where the main panel has cleared, any remaining permanent posts may be filled from the supplementary panel and all fixed-term vacancies can be advertised as … Continued
Eligible* members of the Salary Protection Scheme based in Connacht, Munster, Cavan, Donegal and Monaghan have until Friday, 18 June to book their ‘Pink & Blue Power’ breast/prostate health assessment and education programme appointment. The INTO has partnered with Cornmarket on the programme, which is offered to eligible* members of the Salary Protection Scheme for INTO Members. … Continued
Section: Legal, Industrial Relations and Equality Section Location: INTO Head Office, Dublin General Job description The INTO is the largest teachers’ organisation in Ireland representing the trade union and professional interests of 50,000 members in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. The successful applicant will be required to work as part of a dynamic … Continued
The INTO would like to sincerely thank all our members who purchased a ticket for our annual members’ draw in aid of the Children’s Health Foundation (CHF; formerly Children’s Medical and Research Foundation).
The Department of Education has published a three-year strategy statement, covering the period 2021 to 2023. Reacting to publication of the strategy statement, INTO General Secretary John Boyle said: In setting the strategy of the department for the coming years, this document is published at a time of great disruption and change within primary and … Continued