A group of 23 parents, staff and friends of Corran Integrated Primary School Larne reached new heights on 23 September. Just after 10am, each of the 23 bravely abseiled off the top of the Europa Hotel in Belfast, in #teamcorran t-shirts, they were easy to spot, much to the delight of supporters, locals and tourists at ground level.
“It was a brilliant day, even our school mascot Corey Bear came along and cheered everyone on” stated 9 year old Sophia.
Parents are sometimes pushed to their limits, but this time they really went over the edge. “We are fundraising to add to our digital devices in our dedicated IT suite and not forgetting some traditional resources” stated the chairperson of the parents’ council.
Corran Integrated Primary School recently celebrated it’s 25th year and looks with much excitement into 2018, opening a purpose built, brand new school for Larne.
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