SPHE / Child Safeguarding policy

     

    SPHE 

    Social, Personal and Health Ed. – SPHE – is a very important subject in the primary school curriculum. Pupils are taught lessons to illustrate how to look after themselves in their personal lives, how to have a healthy mind and body.  The teachers and staff are reviewing our SPHE policy in the coming months and a survey will be emailed to all families.  A text reminder will be sent when this online survey is live.  Please support our review by responding to the survey.

     

    Child Safeguarding Policy

    Over the past few months, the Board of Management and Staff of Shountrade National School have been concentrating on a new safeguarding policy.  It has been an onerous but worthwhile task.  All staff members have undergone specific training.  Potential risk situations have been identified and policies have been amended to address these situations.  This is to ensure the safety & well being of all children.  We ask you to co-operate with school rules:

      a) No mobile phones/smart phones or similar devices are to be brought to school by any pupil. b) Parents/adults must report to Secretary’s Office and advise their business in the school.  c) No lifts to matches.  Many other situations have been identified as potential risks.  Child Safeguarding Statement is on display in reception area of school. 

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