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We look forward to repeating and expanding our celebrations next year! Our choir sang beautifully; Naíonáin Bheaga marched with purpose; Rang a Trí dramatized the life of Patrick; our children read; served mass and sang the psalm. which is being run by Múinteoir Fíona, Múinteoir Siobhán agus Múinteoir Rachel – many thanks to them – you can read stories about tortoises in school, see drummers drumming or listen to Rang 6 on Galway Bay FM from St. To view the school Child Safeguarding Statement please see Beidh an scoil ag dúnadh ag a 12 a chlog Dé h Aoine, 23/03/18, don Cháisc. Scoil Uí Cheithearnaigh - Child Safeguarding Statement Scoil Uí Cheithearnaigh is a primary school providing primary education to pupils from Junior Infants to Sixth Class. This raffle will take place on the last day of term, Friday, 23rd March As you are aware our school has a new mandatory Child Safeguarding Statement from March 11th 2018.6 The following procedures/measures are in place: • In relation to any member of staff who is the subject of any investigation (howsoever described) in respect of any act, omission or circumstance in respect of a child attending the school, the school adheres to the relevant procedures set out in Chapter 7 of the Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post-Primary Schools 2017 and to the relevant agreed disciplinary procedures for school staff which are published on the DES website.• In relation to the selection or recruitment of staff and their suitability to work with children, the school adheres to the statutory vetting requirements of the National Vetting Bureau (Children and Vulnerable Persons) Acts 2012 to 2016 and to the wider duty of care guidance set out in relevant Garda vetting and recruitment circulars published by the DES and available on the DES website.
• The school has in place a policy and procedures in respect of student teacher placements • The school has in place a policy and procedures in respect of students undertaking work experience in the school • School Visitors Policy • School Transport Policy Important Note: It should be noted that risk in the context of this risk assessment is the risk of “harm” as defined in the Children First Act 2015 and not general health and safety risk.
The definition of harm is set out in Chapter 4 of the Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post- Primary Schools 2017 In undertaking this risk assessment, the board of management has endeavoured to identify as far as possible the risks of harm that are relevant to this school and to ensure that adequate procedures are in place to manage all risks identified.
While it is not possible to foresee and remove all risk of harm, the school has in place the procedures listed in this risk assessment to manage and reduce risk to the greatest possible extent.
• Students participating in work experience in the school • Student teachers undertaking training placement in school • Use of video/photography/other media to record school events • After school use of school premises by other organisations • Use of school premises by other organisation during school day • Homework club/evening study/After-school club • Risk of harm not being recognised by school personnel • Risk of harm not being reported properly and promptly by school personnel • Risk of child being harmed in the school by a member of school personnel • Risk of child being harmed in the school by another child • Risk of child being harmed in the school by volunteer or visitor to the school • Risk of child being harmed by a member of school personnel, a member of staff of another organisation or other person while child participating in out of school activities e.g.
school trip, swimming lessons • Risk of harm due to bullying of child • Risk of harm due to inadequate supervision of children in school • Risk of harm due to inadequate supervision of children while attending out of school activities • Risk of harm due to inappropriate relationship/communications between child and another child or adult • Risk of harm due to children inappropriately accessing/using computers, social media, phones and other devices while at school • Risk of harm to children with SEN who have particular vulnerabilities • Risk of harm to child while a child is receiving intimate care • Risk of harm due to inadequate code of behaviour • Risk of harm in one-to-one teaching, counselling, coaching situation • Risk of harm caused by member of school personnel communicating with pupils in appropriate manner via social media, texting, digital device or other manner • Risk of harm caused by member of school personnel accessing/circulating inappropriate material via social media, texting, digital device or other manner • All school personnel are provided with a copy of the school’s Child Safeguarding Statement • The Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post-Primary Schools 2017 are made available to all school personnel • School Personnel are required to adhere to the Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post-Primary Schools 2017 and all registered teaching staff are required to adhere to the Children First Act 2015 • The school implements in full the Stay Safe Programme • The school implements in full the SPHE curriculum • The school has an Anti-Bullying Policy which fully adheres to the requirements of the Department’s Anti-Bullying Procedures for Primary and Post-Primary Schools • The school has a yard/playground supervision policy to ensure appropriate supervision of children during, assembly, dismissal and breaks and in respect of specific areas such as toilets, changing rooms etc.
Signed _____________________________________ Date ________________ Chairperson, Board of Management Signed _____________________________________ Date ________________ Principal/Secretary to the Board of Management As you may know, the parents usually make pancakes in the school on Shrove Tuesday for the children and also for the children in the Naíonra.