The Minister was in town for the official opening ceremony today (Wednesday)
AFTER weeks and months of resisting calls from parents, politicians and in particular students, Education Minister Peter Weir has finally agreed to cancel this year’s GCSE and A Level exams. Minister Weir, who had resisted continuous calls for the exams to be cancelled, finally decided to pull the plug after similar decisions were taken in […]
THE issue of poor broadband in Fermanagh and concerns about the impact of this on pupils learning from home has been raised by an Enniskillen pupil. Abigail Farrelly, a Year 11 pupil from Erne Integrated College took part in a “Question Time” style press conference with Minister For Education, Peter Weir on Monday last. Abigail […]
The school is one of four across the North to share in a £10 million investment announced today.
Education Minister tours newly opened Quinn Technology and Design Department at St Michael’s College, Enniskillen
Education Minister John O’Dowd’s decision to approve the plans is now to be contested at the High Court, only weeks after the amalgamation was put back a year to September 2016 due to organisational reasons.
IN ITS FIRST official decision the Interim Board of Governors of the new Portora and Collegiate amalgamated school has written to the Education Minister asking that the date of amalgamation be deferred to September 2016.
Minister of Education John O’Dowd has given no indication when or if a new school at Devenish College will be built on the Tempo Road after being taken to task by a local politician. UUP MLA Tom Elliott tabled an assembly question yesterday asking when on-site works would begin for the proposed new Devenish […]
FOUR Enniskillen schools are set to reap the benefits of a £106m investment in education announced by Education Minister John O’Dowd last week.