Scoil Chormaic Golden Road Cashel Co Tipperary E25YW63 office@scoilchormaic.ie 062 61338
Greenschool February 2021 2021- 2022
© Scoil Chormaic 2021
RYEPEG web@ryepeg.ie for  Parents
A no limit approach to learning
important return to school information Information for Parents
Important information regarding the return to school / Faisnéis thábhachtach maidir le filleadh chun na scoile
Dear Parents/Guardians Please find attached links in relation to the return to school. 1. COVID-19 Response Plan for the safe and sustainable operation of Primary and Special Schools https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/e1141-covid-19-response-plan-for-the- safe-and-sustainable-operation-of-primary-and-special-schools/ 2. Video advice for parents and students at different levels https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/a04fc-advice-for-students-and-their- families/#returning-to-school 3. Posters/graphics advice for parents https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/a04fc-advice-for-students-and-their- families/#returning-to-school 4. Multilingual advice for parents https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/0cf46-resources-and-materials-for- parentsguardians-and-for-students-on-returning-to-school-multi-lingual/ 5. Communications to Parents regarding School Transport – SEN and Primary https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/64a88-school-transport/
Recent Events Admissions Notice September 2022 Application Form Enrolment Request Form Parent-focused public health advice about COVID-19 symptoms  Parents/Guardians please familiarise yourselves with the up-to-date  advice from the HSE below and click on the following link  https://youtu.be/0LVQFBNf3b4 to watch a short guidance video for parents/guardians  https://youtu.be/0LVQFBNf3b4  Symptoms of COVID-19 If you have any symptoms of COVID-19 (coronavirus), self-isolate (stay in your room) and get a COVID-19 test.  The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are: •	fever (high temperature - 38 degrees Celsius or above) - including having chills •	dry cough •	fatigue (tiredness)  Less common symptoms of COVID-19 include: •	Loss or change to your sense of smell or taste – this could mean they're completely gone or just different to normal •	nasal congestion (runny or blocked nose) •	conjunctivitis (also known as red eyes) •	sore throat •	headache •	muscle or joint pain (aches and pains) •	different types of skin rash •	nausea or vomiting •	diarrhoea •	chills or dizziness  Symptoms of severe COVID‐19 disease include: •	shortness of breath or breathing difficulties •	loss of appetite •	confusion •	pain or pressure in the chest •	fever (high temperature - 38 degrees Celsius or above)  You may not have all of these symptoms or your symptoms may be mild.   Symptoms may vary for different age groups or variants of the virus.  It can take up to 14 days after you are infected for symptoms to show. You can spread COVID-19 during this time.  Symptoms of COVID-19 can be similar to symptoms of cold, flu or hay fever.  If you are in doubt about any symptoms you have, phone your GP.   Children First Awareness Week  Children First Awareness Week is taking place from 1st to 7th November 2021. Children First promotes the protection of children from abuse and neglect, by setting out what individuals and organisations need to do to keep children safe, and how to deal with concerns about a child’s safety or welfare. Society has a duty of care towards children, and everyone should be alert to the possibility that children they are in contact with may be abused or at risk of abuse or neglect.   If you are concerned about a child or young person, you should contact Tusla social work department. Organisations classed as providers of relevant services under the Children First Act 2015 are required to complete a risk assessment and must have a Child Safeguarding Statement in place.   More information on keeping children safe in our communities is available at gov.ie/childrenfirst
February 2021 RYEPEG web@ryepeg.ie Scoil Chormaic Golden Road, Cashel, Co Tipperary, E25YW63  office@scoilchormaic.ie   -   062 61338
© Scoil Chormaic 2021
for  Parents
A no limit approach to learning
Greenschool important return to school information Information for Parents 2021 - 2022
Important information regarding the return to school / Faisnéis thábhachtach maidir le filleadh chun na scoile
Dear Parents/Guardians Please find attached links in relation to the return to school. 1. COVID-19 Response Plan for the safe and sustainable operation of Primary and Special Schools https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/e1141-covid-19-response-plan-for-the-safe-and-sustainable- operation-of-primary-and-special-schools/ 2. Video advice for parents and students at different levels https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/a04fc-advice-for-students-and-their-families/#returning-to- school 3. Posters/graphics advice for parents https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/a04fc-advice-for-students-and-their-families/#returning-to- school 4. Multilingual advice for parents https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/0cf46-resources-and-materials-for-parentsguardians-and-for- students-on-returning-to-school-multi-lingual/ 5. Communications to Parents regarding School Transport – SEN and Primary https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/64a88-school-transport/
Recent Events Admissions Notice September 2022 Application Form Enrolment Request Form Parent-focused public health advice about COVID-19 symptoms  Parents/Guardians please familiarise yourselves with the up-to-date  advice from the HSE below and click on the following link  https://youtu.be/0LVQFBNf3b4 to watch a short guidance video for parents/guardians  https://youtu.be/0LVQFBNf3b4  Symptoms of COVID-19 If you have any symptoms of COVID-19 (coronavirus), self-isolate (stay in your room) and get a COVID-19 test.  The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are: •	fever (high temperature - 38 degrees Celsius or above) - including having chills •	dry cough •	fatigue (tiredness)  Less common symptoms of COVID-19 include: •	Loss or change to your sense of smell or taste – this could mean they're completely gone or just different to normal •	nasal congestion (runny or blocked nose) •	conjunctivitis (also known as red eyes) •	sore throat •	headache •	muscle or joint pain (aches and pains) •	different types of skin rash •	nausea or vomiting •	diarrhoea •	chills or dizziness  Symptoms of severe COVID‐19 disease include: •	shortness of breath or breathing difficulties •	loss of appetite •	confusion •	pain or pressure in the chest •	fever (high temperature - 38 degrees Celsius or above)  You may not have all of these symptoms or your symptoms may be mild.   Symptoms may vary for different age groups or variants of the virus.  It can take up to 14 days after you are infected for symptoms to show. You can spread COVID-19 during this time.  Symptoms of COVID-19 can be similar to symptoms of cold, flu or hay fever.  If you are in doubt about any symptoms you have, phone your GP.            Children First Awareness Week  Children First Awareness Week is taking place from 1st to 7th November 2021. Children First promotes the protection of children from abuse and neglect, by setting out what individuals and organisations need to do to keep children safe, and how to deal with concerns about a child’s safety or welfare. Society has a duty of care towards children, and everyone should be alert to the possibility that children they are in contact with may be abused or at risk of abuse or neglect.   If you are concerned about a child or young person, you should contact Tusla social work department. Organisations classed as providers of relevant services under the Children First Act 2015 are required to complete a risk assessment and must have a Child Safeguarding Statement in place.   More information on keeping children safe in our communities is available at gov.ie/childrenfirst