Review of Child Safeguarding Statement The Child Safeguarding Statement should be reviewed annually. In this regard, schools must use the Child Safeguarding Statement and Risk Assessment templates issued by the Department of Education. These templates were updated on 29th March 2021. Mandatory Template 1 and Mandatory Template 2 have now been combined so that the risk assessment is included in the Child Safeguarding Statement. CLICK HERE
Mary Immaculate College, Limerick has recently developed a new post-graduate M Ed programme in Religious Education. This two-year, part-time, blended programme is aimed at primary teachers and will provide an opportunity for advanced study in the foundations, pedagogies, critical perspectives, contemporary issues and research in the field of religious education. The following linkcontains further details about the programme:
Diocesan Council of the CPSMA: The function of a Diocesan Council is to administer the affairs of the CPSMA Association within a Diocese and serve as a consultative body to the Patron - Most Rev. William Crean D.D. Bishop of Cloyne. Each member of the Diocesan Council is appointed by the Patron or elected in the maner determined by the Patron. The Diocese of Cloyne comprises 46 Parishes. These Parishes are grouped together into what are called Deaneries. There are five Deaneries in the Diocese. Each Deanery is requested to put forward names of Delegates to the Diocesan Council at Deanery Meetings. This ensures that all areas of the Diocese are represented. Currently the number of members on the Cloyne Diocesan Council is 20 inclusive of the Chairperson and Diocesan Education Secretary (Primary), both appointed by the Patron.
Diocesan Council Chairperson: Fr Jim Killeen Secretary: Dan Leo – 086-8162370