E3 Schools update

Our own Adam McCready is the new E3 worker for the North Coast and has started a period of induction before starting full time in the area in October. Pease pray for him and the pupils and teachers he comes in contact with on a daily basis.

But what is the “E3 Schools Project” anyway? Its model of delivering schools ministry operating at a localised level by dividing Northern Ireland into districts, and employing schools workers in each area to engage, equip and empower school pupils, Christian teachers, children and young people and The Local Church to make God’s good news known in schools.

A District is simply a defined geograhical area in Northern Ireland. By concentrating schools work in a localised area it enables us to develop strong lasting relationships that are vital to the success of this project. In each district we establish a SUNI District Management Team of local people and SUNI staff, who are responsible for directing, raising the profile and support of the project that would lead to the appointment of a full time E3 Schools Worker and continue

Facts About The North Coast District

The North Coast District comprises the postal areas BT51-57. In this area there are:
• 55 Primary schools
• 15 Post Primary schools
• 1 special school