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Omagh Integrated PS, 9 Ballynahatty Rd, Omagh
Y4-7 Movie Night  Thu. 22nd Feb, 6.30pm-.8.30pm, Tickets can be purchased from your child's class teacher and office (2.50 per ticket). | Calling ALL Classroom Assistants! OIPS is currently seeking to build up a bank of qualified and vetted  (AccessNI) Classroom Assistants who would be able to cover absences or for casual employment.  If you would be interested,  contact the school office on  028 82 242008 and leave your name and contact details  for the attention of Helen Kenwell.   | Parent Pack:  We still have some outstanding Reply slips from the Parent Pack, issued on the 1st February. Please read all the contents carefully and return all the relevant information to your child's class teacher ASAP.
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School Ethos

Omagh Integrated Primary School and Nursery provides a learning environment where children and young people from Roman Catholic and Protestant backgrounds, as well as those of other faiths and none, can
learn with, from and about each other. The promotion of equality and good relations extends to everyone in the school and to their families regardless of their religious, cultural or social background.

Integrated Education is value-driven and child-centred. It is delivered through a holistic approach with an emphasis on developing every aspect of a child’s or young persons potential.

Core Principles of Integrated Education

The four core principles of Integrated Education represent the cornerstones of the integrated ethos. Omagh Integrated Primary School demonstrates its distinctiveness and vision through a commitment to these principles.

Equality

Omagh Integrated Primary School & Nursery promotes equality in sharing between and within the diverse groups that compose the school community. This occurs structurally at every level; amongst pupils, sta and the Board of Governors, as well as culturally within the overt and hidden curricula of the school.

Faith and Values

Omagh Integrated Primary School & Nursery provides a Christian based rather than a secular approach. It aspires to create an environment where those of all faiths and none are respected, acknowledged and accepted as valued members of the school community.

Parental Involvement

The support and commitment of parents are fundamental elements of Integrated Education.

Social Responsibility

Omagh Integrated Primary School & Nursery delivers the curriculum on an all-ability and inclusive basis to all of
its pupils. It respects the uniqueness of every pupils and acknowledges his/her entitlement to personal, social, intellectual and spiritual development in the attainment of individual potential.