Coatbridge children promote inclusion

December 4, 2017 by  

Children from primary schools in Coatbridge have promoted inclusion.

The children were encouraged by the teaching staff at Greenhill and Drumpark primary schools. The event was all about the promotion of equality and inclusion. Poster printing from Coatbridge can be used to market ideas throughout North Lanarkshire. Community members and parents showed their appreciation for the rights of children.

The event consisted of a march involving hundreds of people. It was widely seen as a great success by those who participated. A member of staff at Drumpark Primary School and Nursery told the Daily Record:

“It was absolutely phenomenal. The support we received was fantastic. It could not have gone better. The children are still buzzing.”

Putting the march together was a collective undertaking. An important role was played by Gillian Pollock, the head of Drumpark Primary School and Nursery. The principal teacher at the same school, Jenny Daigle, also stepped up to the plate.

Meanwhile, an active role was performed by Lorraine McBride, the head at Greenhill Primary School. Kristen Weir, the acting principal teacher, also got heavily involved.

Weir was particularly pleased at the outcome of the event. However, she does not think that progress should stop there. She believes that it will be possible to keep the rights of children on the agenda of the local community.