Drumragh IC students were involved in 'The Big Small Stories' project throughout Integration Month, March 2017.  The project is aimed at capturing, recording and archiving the memories and experiences of the people behind the foundation and development of integrated schools. Through oral history interviews and the collection of images and other heritage material from integrated schools, teachers, pupils, parents, principals, governors and the whole school community will embark on an exciting journey to explore and uncover the history of integrated education.


The images show some of the activities that took place throughout the month in our school...More to be added!

0820 – Staff and students who represented Drumragh Integrated College at the launch of Integrated Education Month at Stormont Estate on 3rd March.  A walk of celebration and participation, from where Integrated Education began (Ardnavalley Scout centre – 1981), to the seat of devolved power (Stormont) where decisions about the future and development of IE are determined.

4763 – Presentation by Linda Ervine to 6th Form students.  Linda is a language rights activist from East Belfast, Northern Ireland. She is a supporter of the Gaelic Irish language and Ulster-Scots.  Pictured are Cole Reynolds,  Sam Webb, Ein Hood, Linda Irvine and George Goodwin.

4644 + 4658 – Representatives from the Armagh Rhymers pictured with Year 8 students involved in a cultural awareness day hosted by Gael Linn.  Students had the opportunity to experience Irish language, music, dance and place names.

4738 + 4761 – Year 9 students had the opportunity to experience our Ulster Scots heritage.  Students had the opportunity to get actively involved in dance, drumming and language workshops.


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