North Dublin National
School Project
 
Policies
Anti-Bullying Policy NDNSP

'Bullying is repeated inappropriate behaviour, direct or indirect, whether verbal, physical or otherwise, conducted by one or more persons against another or others, which could reasonably be regarded as undermining the individual’s right to dignity' (BeLonG To Staff handbook). Please click the PDF link on the right to download our anti-bullying poliocy document.
Child Protection Policy

The Staff, parents and Board of Management of the North Dublin National School Project have developed and agreed this policy in line with the current recommendations and guidelines relating to child abuse prevention and child protection guidelines. The document has been drawn up in response to the provisions in The Education Act 1998 and the Child Welfare Act 2000. Please click the PDF link on the right to download our childprotection policy document.
Enrolment PolicyAnd Form

Please click the PDF link on the right to download our enrolment form and policy guidelines
Healthy Eating Policy

The NDNSP wishes not only to encourage healthy eating habits amongst the children but also to help them to build good habits. Please click the PDF link on the right to download our healthy eating policy document.
Enrolment of Pupils with Special Educational Needs Policy

The aim of the NDNSP is to provide a national school which is -multi-denominational; -co-educational; -child-centred; -democratic and which is run in accordance with the ‘Rules for national Schools’ as set down by the Department of Education and Skills. Please click the PDF link on the right to download our Enrolment of Pupils with Special Educational Needs Policy