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Oakgrove Integrated Primary & Nursery School, Limavady


P.D.M.U. stands for Personal Development and Mutual Understanding


It is important that children’s social and emotional development prior to coming to school is recognised and built on during the early years. Children should continue to be encouraged to form relationships with adults and other children, and to develop their self-esteem and confidence.

Teachers should help children to become aware of the world beyond their immediate environment and to learn about others from a basis of tolerance, respect and open-mindedness. They should encourage them to understand similarities and respect differences in people in the local and wider community.

For further information about P.D.M.U. at Foundation Stage from The Northern Ireland Curriculum click here.


Personal Development and Mutual Understanding (PD&MU) focuses on encouraging each child to become personally, emotionally and socially effective, to lead healthy, safe and fulfilled lives and to become confident, independent and responsible citizens, making informed and responsible choices and decisions throughout their lives.

For further information about P.D.M.U. at Key Stage 1 & Key Stage 2 from The Northern Ireland Curriculum click here.


4th Sep 2017
Ms Barber led a Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 Assembly today to help us celebrate...
1st Jul 2017
P5 had a fantastic trip to Buncrana beach! We braved the weather, complete seashore...
15th Jun 2017
P5 were delighted to be entertained by the very talented Lilliput Theatre Company...

Sarah and the Whammi


Only a few years ago Oakgrove was the location for the filming of Sarah and the Whammi, a resource that can be found on the NI Curriculum Website and is based on the television drama series of the same name which was originally shown on Channel 4.  Some of our children starred in the production and the children loved seeing the school on television.  The

The activities support the delivery of Personal Development and Mutual Understanding at Key Stage 1. This television series can be accessed on the Learning NI website in their 'Video on Demand' service and the online resources can be accessed by clicking on the picture.