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St Anthony's Primary School, Larne
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Shared Education

The Department of Education are committed to a process of encouraging schools across Northern Ireland to partner together more systematically.  In particularly, they want schools that traditionally serve the protestant or catholic community to come together.

The goals of developing these partnerships include:

  • Improving the standards of achievement of all our pupils;
  • Increasing the skills of staff in partnering schools;
  • Enhancing the use of resources of the schools involved;
  • To help children develop more friendships across the community;
  • To empower all stakeholders to be able to embrace diversity;
  • To impact community relations now and in the future.

In November 2015 St. Anthony’s Primary School and Larne and Inver Primary School were delighted to receive funding for Shared Education for a three-year period. This funding has been extended as we continue to develop and embed our shared partnership.

Currently, the Shared Education funding is allowing us to work together to develop the children’s Literacy, Numeracy and ICT skills whilst exploring our cultural differences and creating new and lasting friendships.

Click the links below to find out more about Shared Education.

DENI Shared Education Policy

Shared Education Act

 

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