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Our Integrated Ethos

 

As an integrated primary school we provide a learning environment where children from Catholic and Protestant backgrounds, as well as those of other faiths and none can learn with, from and about each other.

 

 

 

Our school is committed to the principles for Integrated Education as outlined in the Northern Ireland Council for Integrated Education's booklet. Children from a Catholic background can choose to prepare for the sacraments in school time with one of our teachers.

 

 

 

Further information can be found in the NICIE Statement of Principles booklet below.

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As we are an integrated school, we offer Roman Catholic pupils preparation classes for the sacraments. This year eight children from Year 4 and one Year 5 pupil have been preparing for First Penance and First Communion. 
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Each Year Group has been learning about a different celebration or festival. 
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BCIPS enjoys links with the community. We have good relationships with our local churches including First Bangor Presbyterian. 

Our Senior Choir recently took part at an event to raise money for the children of Swaziland. 

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Links with Local Schools 

Pupils from St Columbanus school, who play in a local traditional music group, entertained our own musicains and Year 4 pupils during Integrated Education Month. 

Priory Integrated College held a choral festival which our Senior Choir sang at. We enjoyed hearing a variety of choirs perform and to finish, we all joined together for a communal song. 

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