The Integrated Education Fund (IEF) wants to help make integration, not separation, the norm in the education system in Northern Ireland. Educating children together from all traditions is an essential part of building a society where children can learn, play and grow in an environment which respects difference and celebrates diversity. (more…)Read More
After weeks of hard work and with the help of their teachers and classroom assistants, the pupils from integrated primary schools brought their Scarecrows to Allianz Scarecrow Street this month and spent a fantastic weekend at Garden Show Ireland, Hillsborough Castle, picking up lots of awards on their way! (more…)Read More
Two year 12 students from integrated colleges in Antrim have enjoyed working with a professional artist to produce a celebration of integration.
Victoria Price, Head girl at Parkhall Integrated College* and Aimee Laverty, a prefect at Crumlin Integrated College have been collaborating under the guidance of Nicola Russell, a renowned Belfast artist. Nicola has long been an advocate of integration and has supported the IEF with other projects. She has recently completed a portrait of Naomi Long, who also is a supporter of integrated education, which will hang in Belfast City Hall. (more…)Read More