Baroness May Blood, IEF directors and staff and representatives of integrated schools joined Ards and North Down Mayor Deborah Girvan on Saturday 27 May at the Clandeboye Lodge Hotel for a glamorous charity ball to mark the end of her term of office. The IEF, along with the RNLI and Samaritans were honoured to be chosen as Alderman Girvan’s designated charities for her year as Mayor. (more…)Read More
Millennium Integrated Primary School are the first Integrated PS to win the NI Primary Netball championships.
A Spokesperson for Millennium IPS said:
“We couldn’t be prouder of the commitment and drive of the girls today. They reflected the hard work and commitment of Mr Gardner over the years and was well deserved. They came through the group stages unbeaten and performed so well in the semi final and the eventual final. (more…)
The Hon Mr Justice Colton today in the High Court determined that the terms of the Investing in the Teaching Workforce Scheme are lawful.
The application for Judicial Review was dismissed and the Court determined that the Scheme was a proportionate means of achieving a legitimate aim. (more…)Read More
The youngest pupils at Cliftonville Integrated Primary School were delighted to welcome a special visitor from Ulster Bank last Friday (12 May) and celebrate the bank staff’s support for Dolly Parton!
The Staff Charity Committee from Ulster Bank has stepped in to make sure that Cliftonville IPS can continue to operate the only Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library in Northern Ireland. The Imagination Library, founded by the singer, requires additional support from local communities to keep going. The scheme celebrates reading, learning and cultural diversity, which all figure strongly in the ethos of Cliftonville IPS. It also works with schools to promote self-esteem and confidence in children. (more…)Read More