Please see updated Isolation Quick Guides from the HSE Health Protection Surveillance Centre. These documents set out the Covid-19 symptoms and the steps to take depending on the circumstances.
Here is the guide for children aged up to 13: Isolation quick guide under 13s 18th January
Here is the guide for adults and children aged 13 years upwards: Isolation quick guide Adults and children from their 13th birthday 18th January
Guidance from the DES and HSE on what do if your child is a ‘close contact’ of someone with a confirmed case of Covid 19
Please see below for current isolation guidelines from the HSE:
- Updated Isolation Quick Guide for Children up to 13: Isolation quick guide 16.09.20
- Isolation Quick Guide for Adults and young adults aged 13 years plus: Isolation quick guide Adults and children from their 13th birthday
HSE Stress Control
Stress Control is an evidenced based programme that teaches practical skills to deal with stress. It might be of interest to school staff and parents. The free on-line programme has already been completed by approximately 10,000 people in Ireland.
The programme covers topics including:
- how stress affects our bodies and our thoughts;
- skills to overcome panicky feelings; and
- and tips to getting a good night’s sleep.
This programme includes six modules which will be broadcast at scheduled times for 3 weeks. Modules will be broadcast on Mondays (repeated Tuesdays) and Thursdays (repeated Fridays), with each module running at 2pm and again at 8.30pm.
Go to www.stresscontrol.ie and subscribe at no cost to the YouTube channel so you will be updated when the next module will be broadcast.
Stress Control will be rolled out again from the 5th October, so check www.stresscontrol.ie regularly for updates.
The HSE Health Protection Surveillance Centre has published an Isolation Quick Guide. This sets out the Covid-19 symptoms and the steps to take depending on the circumstances. Please read it here Isolation quick guide
Parents, we received an open letter from the acting Chief Medical Officer regarding the return to school. Please read it here Open Letter ACMO to Parents
Here’s a sneak peep at school – we are so looking forward to welcoming everyone tomorrow!
Since the Department of Education and Skills published its Covid-19 Response Plan for the Safe and Sustainable Re-opening of Primary and Special Schools, we have been working on our Response Plan. Our Policy Statement and Current Logistics plan are set out below:
Covid 19 Logistics NJS 27.8.20
On 25th August, the Department of Education and Skills shared updated HSE guidance for parents on Covid-19. Please read it here Information from HSE for parents
Here is general information for Parents from the Department of Education and Skills on the return to school:Advice for parents
Back to School! Click below to watch the videos on what to expect when you come back.
Here is information from the Health Service Executive which we recommend you read.
To ensure you know that what steps to take if you think your child has Coronavirus, please click on the link HSE – What to do if your child has symptoms of Coronavirus
Here is the HSE guidance on cough etiquette. We will use this throughout school.
This is the HSE guidance on the correct way to wash our hands. We will be teaching this throughout school. We will also follow similar practice when using sanitiser: Handwashing Guidelines