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Revised Date for Notification of the Outcome of Applications for Pupils Transferring to Post-Primary School in September 2021

We are pleased to advise that the parental notification of outcome of applications has been brought forward to Saturday, 12th June 2021. Parents who had applied online will be able to login to the EA Post-Primary Application from 9am on Saturday, 12th June 2021 to receive the outcome of their child’s application. 


Transfer to Post Primary Schools 2021

Each year, around this time  we offer Primary 7 parents the chance to meet to discuss the completion of the transfer form. Due to the current situation, the application process has been delayed this year. However, you will be offered the same opportunity either in person or via phone call, depending on restrictions. Once the admissions criteria have been published, we will be in touch to ask if you wish to arrange a meeting.

This is an anxious and worrying time for parents and pupils every year, but even more so this year. We know that all the children have worked so hard and we are so proud of them. Please be assured that we will do all we can to support and advise you through this stressful process.


Key Dates

Admissions criteria for all post-primary schools will be published by EA on 2nd February on their website. Please check out post on Google Classroom to find out how to access information

Admissions for post-primary is taking place online this year. The portal can be accessed through the same EA website.

Portal is opening at 12 noon on 1st March 2021

Portal is closing at 4pm on 16th March 2021


We will provide you with further information on completion of online applications when the Education Authority makes it available.


Supervised Learning January 2021

Remote learning will be provided for all children through Google Classroom from Tuesday 5th January.

All vulnerable children and children of keyworkers can return to school from the 5th January.  Please find definition of key worker below.

Health and Social Care  This includes doctors, nurses, midwives, paramedics, social workers, home carers and staff required to maintain our health and social care sector.
Education and childcare  This includes pre-school and teaching staff, social workers, youth workers and those specialist education professionals who will remain active during the Covid-19 response.
Public safety and national security  This includes civilians and officers in the police (including key contractors), Fire and Rescue Service, prison service and other national security roles.
Transport  This will include those keeping air, water, road and rail transport modes operating during the Covid-19 response.
Utilities, and Communication. This includes staff needed for oil, gas, electricity and water (including sewage) and primary industry supplies to continue during the Covid-19 response, as well as key staff in telecommunications, post and delivery, banking and waste disposal.
Financial Services This includes staff needed for essential financial services provision (including but not limited to workers in banks, building societies and financial market infrastructure).
Food and other necessary goods This includes those involved in food production, processing, distribution and sale, as well as those essential to the provision of other key goods (e.g. hygiene, medical, etc.).
Retail This includes those workers who have been working throughout the pandemic in food retail, for example, and will now extend to those working in other retail businesses permitted to operate by the Executive  from June 2020. 
Other workers essential to delivering key public services such as the National Crime Agency and Key national and local government including those administrative occupations essential to the effective delivery of the Covid-19 response.





Please Note



Please encourage your child to bring water to school and ensure bottle is clearly labelled with their name.

Benefits of Water provision. Providing and promoting water:

Creates a plentiful source of low cost refreshment throughout the day;
Encourages good health and well being among pupils, staff and to her adults,
Reduces tiredness, irritability and distraction from thirst,
· Can have a positive effect on pupils’ concentration throughout the day.