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St. Mary's Primary School, Stewartstown

Community Relations Equality & Diversity Programme

The ‘Community Relations Equality & Diversity Programme' (funded by the Department of Education) is co-planned with our local controlled school Ballytrea. The programme provides invaluable educational opportunities for children from Reception/P.1 to P.7. and complements the work already ongoing in the Personal Development and Mutual Understanding Area of Learning.

This year the two schools have applied for funding to co-host a programme to support and enhance - friendship skills, diversity and respecting difference. Below provides an example of the type of activities that the two schools have been previously involved in.

YearProgramme
Rec & P1 Respecting others, similarities and differences
P2 & 3 Friends and Feelings, Comparing differences
P3 & 4 Finding out about differences
P 5 Our Local Churches
P6/7 Working together transferring our skills


This active partnership between Ballytrea and St Mary’s has enhanced the learning opportunities for all involved. The CRED programme is funded by the Department of Education.

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13th Nov 2019
Jake, Kaiden and Sophia received jerseys sponsored by Stewartstown Harps from coach...
 
 
 
8th Nov 2019
The older children had great fun playing with the younger children. 
 
 
 
8th Nov 2019
RADAR is Northern Ireland’s first fully interactive, safety and life skills...
 
 
 
5th Nov 2019
Remember to purchase a copy of the Local Women Magazine out on Thursday 7th November...
 
 
 
28th Oct 2019
Primary 4 and 5 had a Spooktacular day of fun at their Halloween walk in Peatlands...
 
 
 
28th Oct 2019
Again we were blessed with beautiful weather for our walk at Peatlands Park. ...