The Patron body of the Muslim schools in Ireland
The role of the Muslim Primary Education Board is to manage and develop Muslim pupils’ education through dedication and excellence through upholding Islamic values. Its principal aims are to advise and empower the educators and parents within the community thus providing a stimulating learning environment cultivated within an Islamic ethos where students will flourish and develop, ultimately allowing them to achieve their fullest potential and become successful role-models worth emulating, which…More about us
Muslim Primary Education Board was delighted to be represented at recent Primary Education Forum meeting in the Department of Education and Skills in December 2018. …More
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This expansion will bring the total number of psychologists working in our schools to 194 whole time equivalent staff which represents an 8% increase on the previous year’s numbers. More
Minister Bruton launched the Department’s Wellbeing Policy Statement and Framework for Practice 2018-2023, which seeks to make Ireland’s education and training service the best in Europe by 2026. More
Education (Admission to Schools) Bill passes final stage in the Oireachtas, will now be sent to President for signing. Broad-ranging reforms include removal More
The Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, has invited parents in four areas to express their preference in relation to the patronage of four post-primary schools to be established in 2019. More
Department of Education and Skills has issued the Parental Information Booklet and Leaflet regarding the allocation of special education teachers to mainstream schools More