Janice Marshall, principal of Drumlins Integrated Primary School, has told an audience of distinguished guests at the House of Lords that the success of her school owes much to determined campaigners and loyal supporters. The primary school in Ballynahinch has grown from small beginnings to become the most over-subscribed primary school in the area.
Janice Marshall was speaking at a gathering of around 100 Integrated Education Fund donors and advocates at special dinner at Westminster hosted by the IEF campaign chair, Baroness May Blood. The dinner was generously supported by the family of the late Frank Carson.
The audience included the Secretary of State James Brokenshire, MPs and peers as well as high-profile campaigners for integrated education.
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