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Promoting the wellbeing of our school communities is a fundamental element of the department’s overall plan to ensure a successful return to school as we continue to manage the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are living through exceptional times and this impacts on the wellbeing of everyone in different ways, at different times. People have been naturally worried about the risk to their physical health and that of their loved ones and have been challenged to varying degrees by the public health measures that were put in place in Ireland to control the spread of the virus, such as staying at home and school closures.
You can view the full guidance on wellbeing for schools here.
Framework to maintain Physical Distancing in the Classroom in Post Primary Schools
Illustrative Classroom Layouts referenced in the Framework to maintain Physical Distancing in the Classroom in Post Primary Schools with a full return of all Students
Returning to school: Guidance on learning and school programmes for post primary school leaders and teachers
Returning to School Transition Year 2020/21
Leaving Certificate Applied (LCA) Advice for management and teachers of LCA 2020/21 in Second-Level Schools and Centres for Education
COVID-19 operational supports for the full return to school
Guidance for Post-primary Schools on PPE, Consumables and Equipment
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Arrangements for Teachers and Special Needs Assistants employed in recognised Primary and Post Primary schools
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Arrangements for staff other than Teachers and SNAs who are employed by ETBs
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Additional Supervision Arrangements for the 2020/21 School Year