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CSSC attends launch of the ‘Supporting Young Carers in Schools’ Booklet

27 October 2017

Head of Education and Support, Jayne Millar attended the launch of the ‘Supporting Young Carers in Schools’ Booklet on 27 September 2017.

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Minibus licence changes a ‘disaster for schools’

25 October 2017

Preventing teachers from volunteering to drive minibuses in schools has been described as a ‘disaster for schools, with pupils suffering the most’. 

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CSSC visit Nerve Centre

23 October 2017

CSSC School Support Officers met with John Peto, Director of Education at the Nerve Centre on 15 September 2017.

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Carrickfergus Grammar pupils ‘Take 5’

20 October 2017

As part of its commitment to improve well-being and mental health, Carrickfergus Grammar School hosted a ‘Take 5’ health and wellbeing fair on 19 October 2017.

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CSSC support students’ German trip

18 October 2017

CSSC School Support Officer, Jill Brown, has been instrumental in helping two Ballyclare High pupils to access funding for an exciting opportunity with UK-German Connection.

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Education team explore Forest Schools

17 October 2017

On Friday 6 October School Support Officers met with Brian Poots from Northern Ireland Forest School Association.

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CSSC Chief Executive addresses Retired Teachers' Association conference

17 October 2017

On Wednesday 11 October, CSSC Chief Executive, Barry Mulholland addressed the 75th Annual Conference of the Retired Teachers' Association.

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Statement from Education Authority

15 October 2017

Education Authority have made the following statement regarding storm Ophelia.

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Together: Building a United Community (T:BUC)

13 October 2017

School Support Officer, Donna O’Connor encouraged and supported CSSC member schools Kilkeel High School and Magherafelt High School in making their successful applications for £17,000 T:BUC funding in 2017.