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Welcome to the Maine Integrated Primary School, Randalstown. We aim to celebrate diversity, enjoy learning from each other and together we hope every child will reach their full potential.

Maine Integrated Primary School opened in September 2003 and was the 50th school to join the integrated sector. The school is located in Randalstown, County Antrim and welcomes children and parents from a variety of backgrounds and offers an environment in which the children can grow and learn together.

"The teaching and support staff have created a caring, welcoming and stimulating environment in which the children and their contributions are highly valued."
ETI, School Inspection

The school would not exist without the efforts of the founding parents. We therefore remain keen to ensure that parents feel welcome in the school and are as involved in the education of their children as they can be.

The school is the only planned Integrated School in the area and now has a total of 121 pupils with 23 more in the Playgroup which runs each day from 9.15am to 11.45am with DENI funded PEAG places. The school also operates an After Schools club between 2pm and 3pm daily. For information on joining the school, including our next open day, please see our admissions page.

Maine Integrated Primary School is located on a permanent 3-acre permanent site in Randalstown. The school is currently housed in modular classrooms while awaiting its permanent new build premises on the current site. Each classroom is connected through a networked computer system with access to the Internet and each class is supplied with the latest Interactive Whiteboard technology.