CASE aims to build a culture of good relations amongst children and young people in a school based setting. Delivery is through the provision of direct, sustained, curricular-based contact between children and teachers from all backgrounds.
Through working in partnership, the participating schools will promote community cohesion, enhance educational outcomes for all pupils and provide shared professional development. CASE is open to all schools in the six Border Counties of Ireland and schools in Northern Ireland which are not currently involved in the DSC Signature Project for Shared Education.
This project is supported by the European Union's PEACE Programme, managed by the Special EU Programme Body.
News from around the partnerships
As part of their Shared Education Programme, Trentagh and St Joseph’s celebrated a joint Christmas Service.
Eighty-two Primary 6 and 7 pupils from three Mid-Ulster schools - Donaghey Primary School (Controlled), Lissan Primary School (Maintained) and Gaelscoil Eoghain (Irish Medium) have just completed a joint ‘Pupil Voice’ programme with the support of CASE Shared Education.