4 Jun

The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) presents a series of meetings organised with the National Parents Council – Primary and Post Primary on Junior Cycle reform

The meetings are aimed, in particular, at parents of children starting post-primary school in September. They will provide information on

  • The changes being introduced in September
  • The main features of the junior cycle developments in the coming years
  • The new assessment system being introduced

In general, the NCCA presentation will aim to show how junior cycle reform represents a positive change for students, parents and the education system.

The first round of meetings take place in Cork, Dublin, Galway and Limerick in June, the second round in a number of regional centres in September.

WHERE:                                                             WHEN:

Dublin South – The Stillorgan Park Hotel       Tues, 17th June 2014

Cork – Rochestown Park Hotel                       Tues, 17th June 2014

Galway – Salthill Hotel                                              Tues, 17th June 2014

Dublin North –     The Crowne Plaza               Weds, 18th June 2014


Limerick – The Strand Hotel                             Weds, 18th June 2014

TIME:    All sessions from 7.30pm – 9pm

COST:    Free

For more information on the new junior cycle click on this leaflet for parents 

To attend you must register (online registration will be available very shortly), please note once you have registered your place is confirmed, you will not receive a receipt when you register. 

Currently you can register by emailing the following details to

1.       Forename

2.       Surname

3.       Email Address

4.       Are you a

Parent of a child in primary school?

Parent of a child in post primary school?

5.       Venue you would like to attend (important)

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