The Northern Ireland Council for Integrated Education’s Big Small Stories project launched three films at an event in Lagan College on 22nd November 2018.
These films are designed to capture part of the story of the founding and development of Integrated Education, from the starting of the All Children Together group in the early 1970s, through to the opening of Lagan College in 1981 and the subsequent opening of another 64 schools, educating over 24,000 pupils, together every day.
The Big Small Stories project, funded by the National Lottery, captured, recorded and archived the memories and experiences of the people behind the foundation and development of integrated schools.
The story of Integrated Education: A short animation, (1 min 40secs)
The other videos are available on the Northern Ireland Council for Integrated Education’s YouTube page here.
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