Pupils show off new computers to special visitor

Maya Reilly-Stewart, Aimee Mulholland, Oliver Bowden and Georgina Porter from Mr Denvir's P4/P5 class show Baroness May Blood their new laptops in the computer suite. Pic by Declan Roughan

Maya Reilly-Stewart, Aimee Mulholland, Oliver Bowden and Georgina Porter from Mr Denvir's P4/P5 class show Baroness May Blood their new laptops in the computer suite. Pic by Declan Roughan

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Pupils at Glengormley Integrated Primary were delighted to show off their new laptop computers when Baroness May Blood MBE visited the school’s IT suite last week.

The school was able to purchase the equipment thanks to a generous donation from the Australian Ireland Fund and the Sir Warwick Fairfax Trust, after the charity’s Executive Director, Teresa Keating, toured the school last summer on a trip organised by the Integrated Education Fund (IEF).

Baroness Blood, who is Campaign Chair of the IEF, congratulated everyone at Glengormley IPS for their work educating children of all backgrounds and cultures together since the school transformed to integrated status in 2003.

Full coverage in this week’s Times...