Supporting the wellbeing of school communities as schools remain open:

Guidance for schools – From the Department of Education

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.

The importance and significance of ensuring educational facilities safely open to pupils, and remain safely open for pupils and staff, is acknowledged across society and supported within the Public Health Medical community and the health services at large.

Maynooth Educate Together National School has published a COVID-19 School Response Plan.
This COVID-19 Response Plan is designed to support the staff and Board of Management (BOM) in putting measures in place that will prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Maynooth Educate Together NS.

METNS COVID-19 School Response Plan