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Shared campus money welcomed – Ó hOisín

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Sinn Féin MLA Cathal Ó hOisín has welcomed the announcement that there will be a Limavady shared campus between St Mary’s and Limavady High Schools.

Mr Ó hOisín said : “The announcement today by Education Minister John O’Dowd that St Mary and Limavady High School will be included in the half a billion investment in Integrated and Shared Education Scheme is great news for the entire community.

“The scheme that was negotiated in the recent Fresh Start Agreement has again put the needs and interests of pupils at the top of the agenda.

“This will mean improved facilities for pupils, teachers and parents alike on the shared campus and allow students to expand their choices through an increased curriculum.

“It is important that pupils have the most modern facilities in which to learn and the money allocated to this project will ensure that.”

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