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Please find attached information on In-person Supplementary Programme to Support the Education or Care Needs of pupils with complex needs. All children that attend Scoil Chormaic are eligible for this programme. Please read all information carefully. It operates in the same way as The Summer Home Tuition Programme; 5 hours a week, 20 hours in total. Hours can be banked and used for Easter Holidays. Hours can be used after school hours or at weekends. Parents can contact staff and ask if they are in a position to do hours.
School-Response-Plan FEB 2021
Covid Risk Assessment-Visitors and Delivery Personnel
Covid Risk Assessment-Books and other resources
Covid Risk Assessment[ Risk Communication
Covid Risk Assessment- Travel and Drop Off and Collection
Covid Risk Assessment- Social Distancing
Covid Risk Assessment- PPE
Covid Risk Assessment- Hygiene
Covid Risk Assessment- Dealing with a suspected Case
Covid Risk Assessment- Cleaning
Please find belowa guidance leaflet featuring advice for parents of pupils returning to special schools tomorrow.
There is also a video message from Public Health Consultant Dr Abigail Collins available here, in which she outlines how to ensure the safe return of special schools and classes.
The below two documents from the Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) feature the latest public health advice and might also be useful to parents at this time: Adults and children from their 13th Birthday Isolation quick guide for parents and guardians of children older than 3 months and up to 13 years of age
Schools Information Page
Please find attached information on In-person Supplementary Programme to Support the Education or Care Needs of pupils with complex needs. All children that attend Scoil Chormaic are eligible for this programme. Please read all information carefully. It operates in the same way as The Summer Home Tuition Programme; 5 hours a week, 20 hours in total. Hours can be banked and used for Easter Holidays. Hours can be used after school hours or at weekends. Parents can contact staff and ask if they are in a position to do hours.
School-Response-Plan FEB 2021
Covid Risk Assessment-Visitors and Delivery Personnel
Covid Risk Assessment-Books and other resources
Covid Risk Assessment[ Risk Communication
Covid Risk Assessment- Travel and Drop Off and Collection
Covid Risk Assessment- Social Distancing
Covid Risk Assessment- PPE
Covid Risk Assessment- Hygiene
Covid Risk Assessment- Dealing with a suspected Case
Covid Risk Assessment- Cleaning
Please find belowa guidance leaflet featuring advice for parents of pupils returning to special schools tomorrow.
There is also a video message from Public Health Consultant Dr Abigail Collins available here, in which she outlines how to ensure the safe return of special schools and classes.
The below two documents from the Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) feature the latest public health advice and might also be useful to parents at this time: Adults and children from their 13th Birthday Isolation quick guide for parents and guardians of children older than 3 months and up to 13 years of age
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