Author Archives: Cáit Uí Raghallaigh

Epilepsy Policy

This policy has been written in line with information provided by Epilepsy Ireland, the DES, the HSE and the publication Managing Serious Illness in Primary Schools. This school believes that every child and young person with epilepsy has a right to participate fully in the curriculum and life of the Read More

Diabetes Policy


This policy should be read and implemented as part of the school Medical Policy.


The prime objective of this policy is to ensure that a child’s Diabetes is managed in the school in such a manner as to ensure that she participates fully in the life of the school and benefits Read More

Asthma Policy

 Our school is committed to ensuring that students with asthma achieve their full potential and take part in every aspect of school life.

We aim to:

 • Make provision for the immediate needs and requirements of students who have asthma

• Ensure the physical safety and wellbeing of all students with asthma

• Ensure Read More

Anaphylaxis Policy

This policy is concerned with the whole school approach to the health care and management of members of the school community suffering from serious specific allergies. The school’s position is not to guarantee a completely allergen free environment. Our aim is to minimise the risk of exposure, encourage self-responsibility, plan Read More


THIS INDEMNITY made the day ___________ of­­­­­­ _____________ 20___ BETWEEN

____________________________(lawful father and mother or guardian of ) of

________________________________(hereinafter called ‘the parents’) of the One Part AND

_________________________________for and on behalf of the Board of Management of St Joseph’s GNS situated at Convent Hill, Skibbereen,  in the County Cork of (hereinafter called Read More