NI Curriculum
Concussion: Recognise and Remove
Concussion: Recognise and Remove

On the 30th of April, Ministers O’Dowd and NíChuilín launched the “Recognise and Remove” campaign to highlight the dangers of concussion in children and young people.

Teaching Controversial Issues
Teaching Controversial Issues

Our Guidance on Teaching Controversial Issues at Key Stage 3 is intended to support the Principal and Senior Leadership Team to develop a whole school approach to teaching controversial issues.
The guidance supports teachers of all subjects to develop effective classroom practice. The guidance can also be used at Key Stage 4.

Task and Exemplification Library
Financial Capability Consultation

The consultation will take place on Monday 26th January in CCEA, 29 Clarendon Road at 10.00am and finishing by 12.30pm. One teacher per school can attend and teacher release can be claimed by those attending. Deadline for reply is 12.00 pm on Friday 23rd January.

Foundation Stage Online Course
Foundation Stage Online Course

The Foundation Stage online course to support Foundation Stage Non-Statutory Guidance is now available.


The Foundation Stage Exemplification and Video Libraries have now been uploaded.

Using and understanding CBA and advice on the Annual Report.


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Religious Education in the Primary School