From Baroness May Blood MBE, Campaign Chair of the IEF
Article in ni4kids, May 2017 edition
You may have seen my friend Liam Neeson’s video sharing the news of the Integrate My School campaign. It’s an example of Liam’s generosity towards causes he supports, like integrated schools in Northern Ireland and the Integrated Education Fund (IEF). The campaign introduces an online platform: www.integratemyschool.com, for parents from any school to register a wish for their school to become officially integrated. (more…)Read More
Thanks to the support of the Newman’s Own Foundation, established by the late actor and philanthropist, Paul Newman, children with special educational needs at Maine Integrated Primary School are benefiting from specialist multi-sensory equipment.
The new facilities at the Randalstown school were officially opened by Patricia Winter and Baroness May Blood, supporters of the Integrated Education Fund in Northern Ireland on Thursday (4 May 2017). Patricia’s husband, Burgess, kindly recommended the project to the board of the Foundation for their support. (more…)Read More
Lots of integrated primary schools will be showcasing their scarecrows at Allianz Scarecrow Avenue with a special category this year, “Legends of NI” in partnership with the Integrated Education Fund. Legends could be local sporting stars to great historical figures, the competition also has other categories open including the Scariest Scarecrow and the most eco-friendly scarecrow. (more…)Read More
The Education Authority has published area-based action plans for the schools system in Northern Ireland. The outline proposals, revealed today (Friday 28 April) follow consultation on the EA’s strategic plan, Providing Pathways. They identify education needs in individual local government areas and list schools where action is deemed necessary to improve the service. (more…)Read More
The Integrated Education Fund is delighted to share news of a Charity Ball hosted by Mayor of Ards and North Down Borough Council, Alderman Deborah Girvan. The special event takes place on Saturday 27 May at the Clandeboye Lodge Hotel, Bangor.
The Fund is honoured to be one of the Mayor’s charities for her year in office, alongside the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) and the Samaritans. (more…)Read More