North West Regional College has announced that the Department for the Economy has approved funding to enable its Springtown campus in Londonderry to commence a multi-million redevelopment later this year.
In minister’s absence, unelected official can shut schools
Amid disquiet over plans to radically change special needs education in Belfast, Stormont’s education department has confirmed that it believes a senior civil servant can decide to close schools in the absence of a minister of education.
Change coming among Protestant pupils says ex-minister as Catholic schools dominate league table
Catholic schools are overwhelmingly dominant at the very top of the Province’s A-level league table – but a former education minister has said a cultural shift under way in unionist communities may see this change.
Thirteen Syrian refugee families who have recently settled in Northern Ireland under the Vulnerable Syrian Refugee Resettlement Scheme attended South Eastern Regional College’s (SERC) recent ‘Education for All’ seminar.