This is the FULL list of NI schools running activities during July and August

In June, Education Minister, Peter Weir, announced plans for approximately 50 schools across Northern Ireland to run activities over the summer for children.

Wednesday, 15th July 2020, 11:25 am

All of the schools taking part in the initiative will be given a budget of £10,000 to deliver their Summer School designed to cover staff costs, cleaning and the provision of snacks/refreshments.

Resources for schools include: support for on-line resources to assist children going into Year 7 in the development of their literacy and numeracy skills and support for summer school provision for primary schools who wish to deliver these activities aimed at children going into Years 5, 6 and 7.

These measures are part of a £12m package of support which was announced by the Executive on June 30, 2020.

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All 51 schools have been given a budget of 10,000 each.
All 51 schools have been given a budget of 10,000 each.

“In June, I announced plans for a package of measures to help children and young people through the summer period and beyond to help alleviate the impact of Covid-19 on children’s learning," explained Minister Weir.

“The summer months provide an important opportunity to help support this group of children and young people.

“The main purpose of these initiatives is to resource schools to support and build confidence in children, ensuring they are ready to engage in their learning."

Full list of all NI schools participating in the initiative:

Abbots Cross Primary School, Newtownabbey

Ballymacward Primary School, Lisburn

Ballysally Primary School, Coleraine

Bellaghy Primary School, Bellaghy

Cloughmills Primary School, Cloughmills

Donegall Road Primary School, Belfast

Downpatrick Primary School, Downpatrick

Dunclug Primary School, Ballymena

Gaelscoil Ghleann Darach, Crumlin

Gorran Primary School, Coleraine

Hart Memorial Primary School, Craigavon

Holy Cross Boys' Primary School, Belfast

Holy Family Primary School, Aughamullan

Holy Rosary Primary School, Belfast

Jones Memorial Primary School, Enniskillen

Laghey Primary School, Dungannon

Largymore Primary School, Lisburn

Longstone Primary School, Ahoghill

Mercy Primary School, Belfast

Moyle Primary School, Larne

Portadown Integrated Primary School, Portadown

Portstewart Primary School, Portstewart

Sacred Heart Boys PS, Belfast

Seaview Primary School, Glenarm

St Brigid's Primary School, Knockloughrim

St Brigid's Primary School, Crossmaglen

St Colmcille's Primary School, Omagh

St Eugene's Primary School, Londonderry

St John the Baptist Primary School, Belfast

St Joseph's Primary School, Belfast

St Joseph's Primary School, Cookstown

St Kieran's Primary School, Belfast

St Malachy's Primary School, Magherafelt

St Mary's Primary School, Newry

St Mary's Primary School, Saintfield

St Ninnidh's Primary School, Enniskillen

St Patrick's Primary School, Rasharkin

St Patrick's Primary School, Castlederg

St Patrick's Primary School, Castlewellan

St Patrick's Primary School (Glen), Maghera

St Patrick's Primary School Loup, Magherafelt

St Patrick's Primary School, Derrygonnelly, Enniskillen

St Peter's Primary School, Belfast

St Ronan's Primary School, Enniskillen

St Teresa's Primary School, Belfast

St Vincent de Paul Primary School, Belfast

St. Joseph’s P.S and N.U, Dunloy

Straidhavern Primary School, Nutt's Corner

The Good Shepherd Primary School, Dunmurry

Tullygally Primary School, Tullygally

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