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Information on National Parents Council Primary (NPC), who we are, the work we do, how you can get involved and how you can contact us.
National Parents Council Primary employs a Chief Executive and staff based in Dublin. Volunteers from Parent Associations form NPC County Branches in Cavan, Clare, Cork East, Cork West, Dublin North, Dublin NW, Dublin South, Dublin SW, Kildare, Laois, Limerick, Longford, Louth, Meath, Monaghan, Sligo, Tipperary and Wexford.
A Parent Association means an association of Parents of children in a recognised primary school to which Section 26 of the Education Act 1998 applies.
NPC Special Interest Groups are comprised of parents of children attending schools where the Parents' Association is a member of NPC and represent parents of children with special educational needs who attend special schools and mainstream schools; parents of children belonging to a religious minority; parents of children attending Irish medium schools; parents of children from the traveller community and parents of children from the migrant community.
National Parents Council Primary's new Strategic Plan highlights a commitment to hearing children's voices on issues relating to their experiences and hopes regarding primary education.
This page contains frequently asked questions and answers about your child's education.
This page contains frequently asked questions and answers about NPC?