Organisational Structure

The mission of CCMS is to lead, empower and influence the Catholic maintained sector
in strengthening its distinctive and positive contribution to building a fair and just

Our aim is to deliver an effective and efficient service that is highly valued and respected. In
so doing, helping to influence key issues that matter on behalf of our trustees, schools,
pupils, their families, parishes and the wider community.

We put a child-centred, holistic vision at the heart of everything we do. The different
functions of CCMS play a role in making sure that we are set up to support our schools and
proactively improve the educational outcomes of children

The Council
The Council is currently made up of thirty-six members. Twenty members were appointed
by The Trustees; eight appointees are from DE, four teacher representatives were selected
and four parent representatives were chosen from the Board of Governors.
Council members oversee and authorise the strategic and operational policies and
procedures of CCMS. They also take an overview of the work undertaken by the other subcommittees
A full list of all our Council Members can be found here

Senior Leadership Team
The Senior Leadership team is responsible for deciding the strategic direction of the
organisation and ensuring the aims and objectives of the Corporate and Operating Plans are
achieved. The Senior Leadership Team comprises the Chief Executive and four Directors
who each have responsibility for an organisational division.
Chief Executive – Eve Bremner
Director of Planning and School Provision – Majella Corrigan
Director of Workforce Planning and Governance – Eugene O’Neill
Director of Education – Michael Keenan

Our Departments

Chief Executives Office
Planning and School Provision Building and Development
Area Planning
Workforce Planning and Governance Finance and Governance
Human Resources
Education Educational Standards
Localities Admin Support

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One of CCMS’s primary duties is to promote and coordinate area planning and, since its establishment in 1989, CCMS and Catholic Trustees have worked closely with other education bodies to deliver a range of school reorganisation projects.
To celebrate ‘Catholic Schools Week’ one of the P5 classes in St Patrick’s Primary School, Newry lead a beautiful assembly on grandparents and service in the community.
St Brigid’s Primary School, Downpatrick was awarded the ‘Spirit of Catholic Education Award 2024’ for the second time on Wednesday 24th January in St Mary’s University College, Belfast.
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