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Our school forms an integral and important part of our local community and we strive to enable our pupils to become effective and fully-engaged members of their community as they grow up. Links  with the outside community can also provide an extremely beneficial and important role in the life of our school. We have many existing connections with local schools, outside agencies and groups which help in developing crucial skills, knowledge and understanding in our pupils.


Over the past few years some of these have included: 

- Active Communities Belfast Sports Coaching (Cricket and Tennis)

- IFA Fundamental Movement Skills Coaching

- visits from experts/agencies/groups

- school day trips to educational venues

- school residential trips to Delamont Outdoor Education Centre and North Wales

- Young Enterprise Scheme

- CRED Programme

- Sentinus Education Challenges

- Galaxy Coaching

- Confucius Programme (Chinese language teaching and Kung Fu coaching) 

- Primary Languages Programme

- Time to Read Programme

- Bricks4Kidz Club

- Clayrazy Club

- PSNI Cyber Safety Talks

- Dairy Council Food and Fitness Programme

- Barnardos Lifeskills Programme

- Scripture Union NI

- Mossgrove Youth Festival

- Bangor International Choral Festival

- CBSM Community Concerts

- Ground Work Ni Forest Schools Training

- National Trust Co op Initiative

- Wildcats Sports Programme

- links with local churches

- Belfast School of Music Tutoring

- School Choir of the Year

- Peripatetic Learning Support Teachers

- Charity collections and events

- Sporting competitions (Netball, Hockey and Football teams)


This is not an exhaustive list and we continue to look for opportunities to provide valuable opportunities to develop our children within our local community.


The school has a teacher responsible for developing these links and opportunities. Mr Cousley is the Parent and Community Development Coordinator. If you have any questions or suggestions please feel free to conatct Mr Cousley by email.