Mulroy and Errigal College students enjoyed a trip to Arranmore as part of their collaborative Shared Education journey this year.
Students from Mulroy and Errigal Colleges have been involved in CASE since 2018.
This year the focus of the schools’ joint collaborative work has been on getting to know and develop an appreciation for the county’s national heritage. They have visited 34 of the 39 stops of the Wild Atlantic Way in Donegal and learned about the history and geography of each place.
Stage Two Funding for Joint Practice Development (JPD)
This exciting funding strand will provide partnerships with the opportunity to deliver a needs-based programme of Joint Practice Development to staff within their partnership
During the pandemic, the dedicated teachers from Ballougry, Rathmullan and Ramelton kept the partnership alive honing their collaborative online skills, learning and working together while remaining grounded in their own location.
A fun way to stay connected to your partner schools and engage with the whole network of the CASE Shared Education family. See what's happening now in the CASE school network.
Partnerships rose to the challenge of keeping collaboration going in changed circumstances and re-imagined shared education in a virtual context.
Against the odds and in challenging circumstances CASE partnerships have re-imagined their collaboration this term.
Education in a post-conflict society - wherever communities are divided, education acts as a lightning rod.
CASE was featured in the Summer Edition of Your EU. Read article in full in the news section.
As schools reopen Well-being of staff and pupils are a key priority. CASE has designed a programme to support partnerships in meeting these needs and this will be followed by a support programme for Blended Learning. For details and how to apply, contact your CASE Development Officer.
The focus of Donagh NS in Carndonagh, St. Columb's NS. Moville and Scoil Mhuire Gleneely this year was on well-being and health. School closures due to COVID 19 required a radical rethink in their approach- could momentum be sustained and collaboration re-imagined?