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The future is ours, the future is bright, and we are going to do it together.

 

We are pleased to introduce the Shared Education Programme for this year. At Nendrum College we feel that all our pupils should have every opportunity to develop to their full potential, in and outside the classroom. One way we aim to fulfil this is through ‘Shared Education’.

 

Year 9 pupils from Nendrum College and St. Mary's High School have been working together since October 2015 to learn about diversity, identity and reconciliation through the curriculum areas of English, Religious Education, History, Learning for Life and Work and Drama. All the hard work and dedication the Year 9 pupils have put into lessons was displayed in the Long Gallery, Stormont in June 2016.

 

Have a look at their work below.  

Highlights of Shared Education 2016-17

Queens University, Belfast Visit to Nendrum College

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On Thursday 22nd June, Year 9 and 10 pupils from St. Mary’s High School and Nendrum College displayed Shared Education work completed through the year to a number of guests from the local community. Guests included Rev. Gilpin (Nendrum College Board of Governors), Eamon Bogues from the Education Authority (South Eastern Region), Danielle Blaylock and Rebecca Loader from Queens University, Centre for Shared Education.

Other guests included Ana Tomovska from Republic of Macedonia and Edona Maloku Bërdyna from Kosovo, researchers studying reconciliation in post-conflict societies. Pupils answered questions enthusiastically, displaying their excellent knowledge of what they had learned through Shared Education lessons throughout the year.

 

Celebrating Success- Arts Centre June 2017

Celebrating Success- Long Gallery, Stormont 2016

Click here to access the website for St. Mary's High School.
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