As part of their outreach work the Integrate My School team would like to invite you to join them for a conversation about education in your area.
Across Northern Ireland there is increasing demand for more integrated places for pupils at both primary and post primary level. However not all parents know that they can bring about this change for their school community through a process called Transformation.
The Integrated Education Fund will be holding a series of 5 conversations during November and December to unpack what integrated education is, how integrated schools vary from other schools and how you can support your school to become integrated.
There will be two events specifically for parents of primary pupils and two for parents of post primary pupils. There will also be an event specifically for parents of both primary and post primary pupils in East Belfast, due to increased interest and support in this area.
Conversations will take place via Zoom and we will post each participant and an information pack which will include a tasty treat to enjoy during the conversation.
The conversations will take place as follows:
Post Primary | 17 November, 11:30am | Register Here
East Belfast | 19 November, 7:30pm | Register Here
Primary | 25 November, 11am | Register Here
Post Primary | 1 December, 7pm | Register Here
Primary | 3 December, 8pm | Register Here
If you have any questions or for more information please email: Andrew@integratemyschool.com
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