Thank you for visiting, an online hub for news, alerts and updates for vibrant East Belfast – the constituency I represent in the Northern Ireland Assembly and the place I fondly call home. Here, you can find useful informational resources, read about my recent work and stay abreast of what's happening in your community. In my role as your representative, I firmly believe it is my duty to be accessible and accommodating to every one of my constituents. In that light, I hope my website can offer you a convenient platform for engagement so that you may contact me with any comments, concerns, personal or local issues. Remember: I work for you!
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Judith has today welcomed news that £4m of capital funding has been allocated to Strandtown Primary School under the Department of Education's School Enhancement Programme.

The funding will be used to construct 12 new classrooms in order to address existing under-provision at the school.


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The Education Minister has approved a development proposal for admissions to Strandtown Primary School.

It means all pupils currently in P3 at Greenwood, Belmont and Dundela feeder schools will be guaranteed a place at Strandtown Primary from this year onwards.



From Monday 1 February until noon on Friday 19 February, the RBS and Ulster Bank Skills and Opportunities fund will be open again for applications from charities, social enterprises, community groups and state-funded schools and colleges based in the UK and Ireland.

This year, they are keen to receive applications for smaller grants for regional and local projects that support employability, education and skills and enterprise development.



Over the past six months, Libraries NI’s dedicated Targeting Social Exclusion team has delivered nearly 1,000 life changing activities for people living in some of the most deprived areas in Northern Ireland. Many of these activities were designed to help people make small steps to improve their own lives and those of their families.



Judith is reminding parents of children born between 2nd July 2012 and 1st July 2013 that the deadline for applications for a pre-school place is Wednesday January 13th 2016.


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