Carrickfergus Learning Community

Carrickfergus Learning Community (CLC) is a collaboration project between the four post-primary schools in Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland. The project aims to increase the number of subjects available to sixth-form students in the area.

Read more about Carrickfergus Learning Community:  Schools Involved, Logistics, Criticisms

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Carrickfergus Learning Community - Criticisms
... The CLC is often criticized by pupils in attendance of Carrickfergus Grammar School because of the negative effects produced by cross-school timetabling ... subjects they original taught and offering pupils the subject at other schools for example, Carrickfergus Grammar School no longer offers media-studies ...
Carrickfergus Grammar School - Curriculum - Carrickfergus Learning Community
... Carrickfergus Grammar School is currently involved in a new curricular scheme called the Carrickfergus Learning Community (CLC), along with Carrickfergus College, Downshire School, and ... Pupils from Carrickfergus Grammar will be able to study these subjects at the corresponding school ... and is an appealing choice for those who wish to remain at Carrickfergus Grammar yet want to study another subject which the school doesn't cater for ...

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