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Integrated Status Obtained

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Junior School

Steeple Road, Antrim, Co. Antrim, BT411AF

  • T. (028) 9446 2963
  • F. (028) 9446 5620
  • E. info@parkhallintegrated
    college.antrim.ni.sch.uk

Senior School

Birch Hill Road, Antrim, Co.Antrim, BT412QH

  • T. (028) 9446 4034
  • F. (028) 9442 8193
  • E. info@parkhallintegrated
    college.antrim.ni.sch.uk

About Parkhall Integrated College

Parkhall Integrated College is a well established and successful school for 11-16 year olds, with a current enrolment of 684.

Our school ethos is based on Christian values and standards. We value each person in our school community regardless of colour, religion, creed or cultural background and believe that all can benefit from, and make a positive contribution to, the life of our school.

There are currently pupils from 11 different religious denominations attending the school and pupils with 12 different home languages, apart from English. These include Polish, Arabic, Hindi, Cantonese, Slovakian and Indian, amongst others.

Each year the school attracts pupils from a wide range of feeder Primary schools. The current year 8 intake derives from 17 different Primary schools from the greater Antrim area.

The Governors, Senior Management Team and Staff of Parkhall Integrated College recently welcomed the announcement by the Department of Education granting conditional approval for Transformation to Controlled Integrated Status.

Parkhall Integrated College has traditionally provided an inclusive learning environment where children, of all faiths and none, are valued and respected, encouraged to fulfil their academic potential and equipped for life in today’s society. This decision will allow the College to go from strength to strength in providing a quality education for all the young people within the Borough of Antrim.

In Parkhall...

Teacher expectations are high and all pupils are challenged to achieve their personal best.

The growth of moral, spiritual, cultural and aesthetic awareness is encouraged so that all our students may become responsible and tolerant citizens.

Pupils are taught to have respect for the Environment.

The personal, social and physical skills necessary to cope with everyday life, both now and in the future are developed.

The school and its members are an integral part of the local community.

Positive Behaviour

Effective learning can only take place when attitudes and behaviour are positive.

Our Behaviour Policy is based on the simple requirements of courtesy and mutual respect which contribute to the development and maintenance of good behaviour and a positive ethos. The code of conduct is on display in all classrooms and is reinforced by teachers in class and through assemblies.

Integrated Status Obtained