Catholic Schools Deliver For All Communities

Catholic Schools Deliver For All Communities

The Integrated Education Bill has been presented to the NI Assembly and Mr. Gerry Campbell, CCMS Chief Executive, has been quoted as saying that NI's Catholic Schools " have always been inclusive".

Please see the CCMS document Ethos Paper - Catholic Schools Delivering for Communities in the 21st Century

His comments was covered on Good Morning Ulster (the interview is no longer available online), and also by the BBC, the Derry Journal, the Belfast Telegraph and the Irish News - to view these please click on the links below.

Also included below is Mr. Campbell's response to Doug Beattie, the UUP leader's call for an end to “educational apartheid”.

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