NEW-BRIDGE CELEBRATES INTEGRATED EDUCATION WEEK
Monday 29 February marks the start of Integrated Education Week. A number of events are planned throughout the week culminating in our annual Year 8 ‘Celebration of Integration’ Assembly on Friday 4 March when Parents of our year 8 pupils and pupils from Bridge Integrated Primary school and St Francis’ primary school will join with us to celebrate our 20th Anniversary assembly.
Ms Harrison, Head of Year 8 is pictured along with Mrs Harrison form tutor and a number of year 8 pupils at the launch of events for IIEW 2016. This year’s theme HARMONY is being interpreted by each department throughout the school and our key quote for the week is “You don’t get harmony when everyone sings the same note” Doug Floyd. This work will also be used as an opportunity to promote development of ATTITUDES & DISPOSITIONS across the curriculum. -personal responsibly – concern for others – commitment – determination – resourcefulness – openness to new ideas – self-belief – optimism – pragmatism – curiosity – community – flexibility – tolerance – integrity – moral courage – respect –
International Integrated Education Week
29th February – 4th March 2016
HARMONY IIEW 2016
Programme of Events
|Attendance at the Peace Proms CCE Arena Belfast
New-Bridge pupils singing in Harmony
|Identify Gifted and Talented students within subject areas that have contributed to cross community events either within the school or in the local neighbourhood, each department may produce a display to celebrate individual achievement.
|Canteen to highlight foods from around the world. Celebrate IIEW with Peace Biscuits.
|Visiting author Tony Macaulay will conduct a number of workshops with Year 9 and Year 11 students. Mr Macaulay will read extracts from ‘The Paperboy’, an enchanting true story of a paperboy coming to terms with the Troubles during the 1980s in Belfast.
|Art and Design
|Working on HARMONIDENTITY with Gareth Murphy
|1st –4th March
|Parents and Friends of New- Bridge Integrated College
|FON help launch HARMONIDENTITY sculpture workshop with artist Clare Campbell.
Supported by Carson Bursary
|Citizenship & Pastoral
|IIEW HARMONY Assembly performed to whole school and invited guests, parents and pupils from Bridge Integrated Primary School and pupils from our neighbour school, St. Francis’ Primary School.
|Art and Design
|Megan Rafferty will be representing the school at the Junk Kouture Regional Final, Millennium Forum
DEVELOPING ATTITUDES AND DISPOSITIONS ACROSS THE CURRICULUM