Stay Safe



Stay Safe Programme

An Clar Bí Sábháilte

Children with Special Educational Needs


Making the Links


Best Practice in Child Protection

C.A.P.P. Training





The Child abuse Prevention Programme provides the following training services for primary schools. If you wish to avail of these services please contact us at 076 6955547 or email

Parent Education

Board of Management


Parent Education

Parental involvement has always been an integral part of the successful implementation of the programme. Parent meetings take place in the school during the day/evening and normally last for an hour. Meetings usually consist of:

  • An outline of the content and teaching methods of the Stay Safe programme

  • Explanation of the parent’s role in this teaching process and child protection strategies – how to build self-esteem and foster open communication and trust

  • Information on child abuse and bullying

  • Information on responding to disclosures or suspicions of child abuse and available services.

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Board of Management Training


These information meetings focus on the importance of board members being aware of their role and responsibilities in relation to child protection, on policy development and on issues that may arise from dealing with allegations, concerns or disclosures of abuse.


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