Strule Shared Education Campus

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Six Schools.

One Campus. Delivering high quality education.

Shared education at Strule, a pioneering approach to deliver education in the region, will bring together pupils from local schools of both traditions with representation from the controlled, maintained and voluntary school sectors. The six schools involved are Arvalee School & Resource Centre, Christian Brothers Grammar School, Loreto Grammar School, Omagh Academy Grammar School, Omagh High School and Sacred Heart College.

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A Shared Ethos.

Each school will retain their individuality and ethos whilst maximising the opportunities provided through collaboration and sharing. The means the widest range of subjects will be available to the students on campus. Schools will be able to deliver a 21st century curriculum in progressive, modern and flexible facilities, aspects of which will be enhanced significantly through sharing resources. The campus approach will also facilitate better connectivity between mainstream and special needs schools.

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Campus Vision.

An opportunity exists to create real flexibility within schools. The introduction of moveable or retractable partitions between adjoining classrooms creates the potential to bring larger groups together under easy supervision. This approach could facilitate year group discussions, presentations or examinations and relieve pressure on assembly and sports halls.