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14 AUGUST 2014
Student Finance Helpline

Student Finance Helpline
Please use the 0300 100 0077 to contact the student finance company.
Calls to this number cost no more than calls to geographic (01 and 02) numbers and will also count towards inclusive free call packages on mobile phones.

14 AUGUST 2014
CCEA Exam Helpline

CCEA Exams Helpline to offer advice and reassurance to students
The Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) has set up a dedicated examinations helpline which offers advice and guidance for the thousands of students who are expecting their A-Level and GCSE results over the next fortnight.

27 JUNE 2014

Youth Services
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Young People Challenge Prejudice This summer.

From 1st – 8th July, 30 young people from Krakow, Poland will come together with 30 young people from South Eastern Education and Library Board youth groups.

24 JUNE 2014
Awards Evening 2014
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Awards Evening Pack for 2014 has been published.

20 JUNE 2014

Area Plan for Primary Schools

AreaPlan

Area Plan for Primary Schools in SEELB 2014-2018 

has been published.

01 MAY 2014

Primary School Vacancies

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List of Primary Schools with vacancies

in the SEELB area. 

5 DECEMBER 2013

SEELB Awards Evening 2013
Gemini McKee Tom Nolan Poetry Primary - Towerview Primary School small

 

Gemini McKee from Towerview Primary School was presented with the Tom Nolan Award for Poetry by Gregory Butler, SEELB Chief Executive.

5 DECEMBER 2013

SEELB Awards Evening 2013
Stephanie Doran Laurelhill Community College  12 Yrs Full attendance small

 

Stephanie Doran, Laurelhill Community College, was presented with an award for 12 years full attendance by Mrs Joan Christie, SEELB Commissioner.

Press Releases

  • Amalgamation of Knockbreda and Newtownbreda High Schools

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    The SEELB welcome the decision by the Minister of Education to allow a new replacement school, as a result of the amalgamation of Knockbreda and Newtownbreda High Schools, to be advanced in planning.  This shows a very positive commitment by the Minister to the new school.
    This announcement will allow the SEELB to progress to the economic appraisal stage and as is standard practice this will include the consideration of the best site for the new build. The economic appraisal will be commissioned by the SEELB during July and August and consultation on the siting of the replacement school will take place from September to November 2014. This consultation will enable key stakeholders from both schools, the community and elected representatives to make cases for where they believe the site should be. Given the requirements of planning, procurement and the actual build, it is anticipated that the new build school will not be fully operational before 2020. In the interim period the amalgamated school will operate on one or both of the current school sites.

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  • Publication of Primary Area Plan - SEELB

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    On 20 June 2014 the SEELB published an Area Plan for Primary Schools in the SEELB area. The plans provides a range of information including enrolment trends for each school, projected future need by council area, pupil distribution maps for each school and statements on the current status of individual schools in relation to the DE Sustainable School Policy. The plan will be kept under review and amended on an ongoing basis when there are substantial changes to the current information.
     
  • Young People Challenge Prejudice

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    This summer from 1st – 8th July, 30 young people from Krakow, Poland will come together with 30 young people from South Eastern Education and Library Board youth groups. The young people (all aged between 14 and 17) will be staying together in Ardnabannon Outdoor Education Centre, Castlewellan and taking part in a series of joint activities to encourage the development of co-operation and inter-cultural understanding. The Northern Irish group will be made up of 10 young people from the Protestant/Unionist tradition (from Newtownards), 10 young people from the Catholic/Nationalist tradition (from the Lecale area of Down) and 10 young people from non-traditional backgrounds (from greater Lisburn) including young people whose families have moved here from Poland. It is hoped that our programme will send out a strong message of acceptance and accommodation of diversity at a time when violent intolerance seems to be an increasingly prevalent feature of our society. This programme has been funded through the European Union’s “Youth in Action” initiative with additional assistance from the CRED Enhancement scheme.
    If you require further information please contact Matt Milliken on Mob: 07780 743 241
    Or Media enquiries to the SEELB Corporate Information Service on Tel: 028 9056 6275


     
  • Castlereagh encourages you to recognise your local community hero

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    MA launchCastlereagh Borough Council in partnership with Volunteer Now and the South Eastern Education and Library Board is calling for nominations to recognise Castereagh’s unsung heroes and volunteering stars. The Mayor of Castlereagh, Councillor David Drysdale, recently launched the Mayor’s Awards for Volunteering 2014, which have been established to recognise and say ‘thank you’ to the many individuals who give up their time freely to help others and develop communities.
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