A recent poll of Holywood parents carried out by LucidTalk has shown that most would like a school for their children which is openly welcoming to pupils from all sections of the community – and a massive 89% of those questioned said they would support their local primary school becoming integrated.
Following an event to discuss these findings, parents requested that a parents group was set up in the area to explore the future of integrated provision for Primary School aged children.
There will be a meeting of parents to discuss the next steps they would like to take.
This will take place on Wednesday 20th February at 6pm in Holywood Family Trust, 108 High St, Holywood BT18 9HW
You are welcome to attend if you live in the Holywood area and have a child/children under the age of 12.
We hope you can join us and if you would like any further information please contact Andrew Norrie by phone (028 9069 4099) or at (Andrew@ief.org.uk).
You can download the Holywood poll here.
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