NOTE: The 2022 YLT survey was undertaken in two versions. Not all respondents were asked all questions. The question on religious identity was only included in Version 1. As such, a breakdown of results by religious identity is only provided where this is possible and only includes respondents from survey Version 1. See our technical notes for more information.
SHARED EDUCATION encourages schools to work together and partner with other schools where the pupils are from a different religious background, to include both Protestant and Catholic pupils. Such sharing has to take place on a REGULAR AND CONTINUED BASIS over the academic year. It cannot just be a joint Christmas concert or a joint sports day. To count as Shared Education pupils might, for example, have classes or do projects with pupils from another school, or share computers or sports facilities on a regular basis.