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Leaney Primary School
12 Intermediate Road, BT53 7AL, UK Ballymoney
Tel. 028 2766 2666

The 1st of September 2006 brought great excitement to Leaney Primary School. The old school building which had been in operation for nearly 40 years was no longer there and the children were able to walk through the doors of our new school for the first time.

Parents and children alike were delighted with the bright, airy classrooms with their new range of very colourful furniture.

The building of the new school began in April 2005 and was completed in August 2006.

Each classroom is fitted with an interactive whiteboard which has added a new dimension to the high quality of teaching in the Leaney.

Other features of the school include:

outdoor infant play area


enclosed scientific investigation area which includes a pond


outdoor classroom


spacious resource areas


multi-purpose hall incorporating public address system and production lighting system


geothermal heating system


fully carpeted classrooms


perimeter fencing


24 hour CCTV security system

Leaney Primary School is a controlled, co-educational school established in 1967. It is situated on the outskirts of Ballymoney, a provincial market town in Northern Ireland. The school buildings are adjacent to popular residential areas of the town and a short distance from a secondary school. A large number of the school population live within walking distance and a small number of children travel by bus from the rural areas. The surrounding area of the school is demographically mixed and pupils attending come from a wide range of socio-economic backgrounds.

The school enjoys contact with other schools in the local area and neighbouring towns for inter-school activities such as sporting events and the annual Police Service for Northern Ireland Community Quiz.

Pupils have enjoyed cultural visits to the Causeway School, Springhill, Ulster History Park, Garvagh Forest and historical cities such as London, Edinburgh, and York. Children have also enjoyed a visit to Paris. Topic work includes visits to the local park, library, Whitepark Bay, Patterson's Spade Mill, Post Office, Fire Station and the town centre itself.

To foster an awareness of caring for others, support is given on an annual basis to the Blind Association, the Royal Hospital for Sick Children and other recognised charities.

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