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Archibald welcomes School Investments

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Sinn Féin Assembly candidate for East Derry, Caoimhe Archibald, has welcomed the announcement of the beginning of a £0.5 billion investment in schools in the Integrated and Shared Education sector and of the inclusion of Millstrand Integrated Primary School and North Coast Integrated College on a list of schools approved to ‘proceed in planning’ for builds.

Dr Archibald said, “This is a very positive announcement for both of these schools and the others benefitting from the investment. The announcement is in relation to funding secured under the Fresh Start Agreement and was secured for Integrated and Shared Education projects only.

“Having been approved to ‘proceed in planning’, the schools will now complete technical feasibility, business case and design, following that a further approval will be required from the Department of Education.”

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