Department of Education
Published on 5 November 2020
Last updated on 14 July 2021
A preserved pension may be payable to
who has resigned but were a member of the department’s pension scheme and who only has an entitlement to retirement benefits from the age of 60 (65 if a new entrant).
Pensions members who are members of Single Public Service Pension Scheme can obtain information here.
If you are a teacher, please see:
Preserved Benefits Leaflet for Teachers
Information to assist in completion of Preserved Benefits (RET-P2 form)
Application for Preserved Retirement Pension and Lump Sum for Teachers
Form RET P2 for teachers
Application for Payment of Pension
Bank Payment Form for Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff
and send your application to:
If you are a special needs assistant, a caretaker or clerical officer, please see:
Preserved Benefits Leaflet for Non-Teaching Staff
Information to assist in completion of Preserved Benefits (NTS 1 form)
Application for Preserved Retirement Pension and Lump Sum for Non-Teaching Staff
Form NTS 1 for Non-Teaching Staff
and send to:
If you wish to leave before normal retirement age, see:
Pensions Information Guide
Pensions Info 45 Guide
Pensions Schemes for Teachers and Non-teaching Staff
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