A Ballycastle primary school is embracing the technological age by developing and launching their own bespoke website.
The website for St Patrick’s and St Brigid’s Primary School aims to give browsers a taster of the school, as well as providing up to date information for parents, pupils, community and ‘newcomers’.
The home page features some fun graphics featuring local landmarks and, said principal Eamon Magee, “You should be able to ‘locate’ our beautiful new school and nursery buildings in the website, designed for us with a number of seaside themes and bespoke design.
“We pride ourselves in our school’s recent achievements and the historic and friendly culture, as well as our inclusive ethos to be found in and around our school and school community.
“We are a seaside, rural area with many farms and local areas of interest. As well as being beside the sea we are a recognised inland ‘scenic area’ with many beautiful features such as ‘Knocklayde Mountain’ ‘Fair Head and Torr Head, the world famous ‘Giants’ Causeway’ in close proximity as well as the ‘Glens of Antrim’.
Check out the website at www.stpatricksandstbrigids primary.co.uk