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On Thursday 8 th November five trustees from the ‘Faith to Face Programme’ visited Integrated College Dungannon. The visitation included interviewing ICD students, speaking with RE teachers in the Dungannon area, and seeking ways to develop this programme throughout Northern Ireland. ‘Face to Faith’ is an innovative schools programme for 12-17 year olds, active in 19 countries and growing. The rationale of this programme is not only to enrich the teaching within RE classes, but also enrich the experiences of pupils as they learn about issues in relation to building relationships with schools globally. The programme’s aim is to bring together students from a wide variety of faith and belief perspectives, including secular and new belief systems, alongside those of traditional religious beliefs, through facilitated video conferences. Furthermore, it provides an online community where students can discuss global issues with each other from a variety of faith and belief perspectives. Essentially, Face to Faith is an excellent tool, changing the way students learn about religion by exposing them to the cultures and faiths they study.

An end of year trip was organised for students attending the Pulse club.

The RE Department arranged for the students go to the local youth centre in Dungannon, where they took part in various activities, for example: baseball, dodge ball, snooker, and Xbox games.

ICD Teacher, Mrs Janice Vennard who attended the trip with the students from ICD explained, “This is a wonderful opportunity for students takes part in team building activities and listen to what local youth workers have to say about the importance of faith in their lives .”


ICD Students on Dungannon Church Trail

The RE Department organised a Year 8 trip, to visit three churches in Dungannon:

St Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church; St Anne’s Church of Ireland and the Baptist Church.

ICD Teacher, Mrs Janice Vennard who attended the trip with the students from ICD explained, “This is a positive learning experience for our Year 8 students, helping them to share their beliefs and practices with each other and to gain an understanding and respect for the different religions of their friends in college”.