Last week, almost 1,000 primary school leaders completed the online survey to let us know what supports you most valued in recent weeks, what supports you prioritise for the coming weeks, as well as how you want those sup ...

As part of his studies towards the award of a Masters in Education (Leadership and Management) at Trinity College, Dublin, Derry, a teacher in 

Provided by David Gerry. See his article in Leadership+ Issue 106. Created on 22 October 2018

Author: Grace Sheehan. Supervisor: Dr. Debora Jeske. A thesis submitted to the Department of Applied Psychology, University College Cork, for the Award of  Masters in Applied Psychology, 2018.

To progress the key issues being addressed at IPPN Conference 2020, we have prepared an ‘Advocacy Pack’ for IPPN members and key stakeholders. Please see the pack linked below to get an outline of what we are saying about ...

Institute of Education, Dublin City University, as part of a Master of Education

Supervisor: Rev. Prof. Anne Lodge

Published June 8, 2020

 

Lisa contributed a summary of her research for Leadership+ Issue ...

Sub-title: An Exploration of Wellbeing Support Systems for Primary School Principals in Ireland

Noel is Principal of Rush & Lusk Educate Together NS, Lusk, Co. Dublin

The purpose of this mixed-methods research study (April & ...

Commissioned by IPPN and NAPD, Philip Riley PhD is conducting longitudinal research on the health, wellbeing and safety of Irish school leaders. Attached are the findings from his first year's research published in January 2015.

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