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National Parents Council post primary

The National Parents Council Post Primary (NPCpp) is a voluntary group that gives national voice to parents of students in post primary schools in Ireland. The Secondary Education System consists of schools under the patronage of Catholic Voluntary Schools, Religious Minority Schools, Community and Comprehensive Schools and Education & Training Board Schools. Each of these sectors established a governing body which nominates four representatives to the National Parents Council post primary.

The National Parents Council Post Primary works as umbrella group for parent associations in the secondary section of the Irish Education System.

Parents are the primary educators of their children as outlined by the Irish Constitution. The NPCpp is named in the Education Act 1998. We unite parents and ensure their participation and inclusion at all levels of the post primary education system.

The National Parents Council Post Primary has a Board of twenty members who work on behalf of parents and children without remuneration.

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