10,000 boost for Dunluce school

Thursday, 21 December 2017

10,000 boost for Dunluce school thumbnailEsther Dobbin and Neville McConaghie are pictured at Dunluce School, where they were shown how funding from the site is being used.

PUPILS who attend Dunluce school in Bushmills are benefiting from valuable funding from the National Trust at the Giant's Causeway.
Pupils are enjoying new facilities and equipment, following a community partnership between the school and Northern Ireland's first UNESCO World Heritage site.
Dunluce School received 10,000 from the National Trust, which has been used to refurbish a room into a drama studio and build a nurturing room for first year students. The school has also bought new musical equipment such as electric drum-kits and key boards and 25 new laptops. The funding has been a fantastic boost for the school, amidst cuts to education funding in Northern Ireland.


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