Policies

The Board of Management of Lusk National School in consultation with the staff at Lusk National School and the Lusk National School Parents Association has drafted the following policies.These policies are reviewed on a regular basis.

The Policies that have been reviewed and published to date are set out below.

Acceptable Use

AUP Policy

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Administration of Medicine

Administration of Medicines in Lusk National School

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Anti-Bullying

(Please click here to see a pdf version of the Anti-Bullying Policy) Anti-Bullying Policy 2017/2018 Introduction   In accordance with the requirements of the Education (Welfare) Act 2000 and the code of behaviour guidelines issued by the NEWB the Board of Management of Lusk National School has adopted the following anti-bullying policy within the framework …

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Attendance

Attendance Policy 2017/2018

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Behaviour Policy

(Please click here to see a pdf version of the Behaviour Policy)    

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Child Protection

(Please click here to see a pdf version of the Child Protection Policy)   Child Protection Policy The Board of Management of Lusk National School recognises that child protection and welfare considerations permeate all aspects of school life and must be reflected in all of the school’s policies, practices and activities. Accordingly, in accordance with the …

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Critical Incident

Critical Incident Policy

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Data Protection

Data Protection Policy Lusk NS

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Emergency Closures

Emergency Closures Policy

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Enrolment

(Please click here to see a pdf version of the Enrolment Policy 2014) Introduction This policy was devised and formulated by the school community, involving Board of Management, parents and Staff of Lusk National School, in accordance with the Rules and Regulations of the Department of Education and Science and the C.P.S.M.A.   Ethos Lusk …

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Gifted and Talented

Gifted and Talented Policy 2016

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Health and Safety

Health and Safety Policy

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Healthy Eating

(Click here to see a pdf version of the Healthy Eating Policy)    Healthy Eating Policy Introduction This policy aims to promote the health and well being of the child and provide a foundation for healthy living. Research indicates a strong link between diet and performance (e.g. a low sugar intake promotes concentration, lessens hyperactivity, …

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Homework

(Click here to see a pdf version of the Homework Policy)   Homework Policy   Introduction The purpose of doing homework is to foster independence, self-reliance, self-esteem, co-operation, responsibility and life-long learning.   It re-enforces what children learn in school, provides a link between teacher and parent and encourages parental involvement in the child’s education.   …

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Inclusion Policy

Inclusion Policy

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Job Sharing Policy

Job Sharing Policy

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MultiCultural

Multicultural Policy

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Parent Staff Communication

Parent staff communication policy

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School Improvement Plan

 

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School Tours

Tours,Excursions, Sports Events Policy

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Special Education Policy

Special Needs Policy

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Substance Use Policy

Substance Use policy

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Teacher Induction

Teacher Induction Policy

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Use of School

Use of School Premises by Outside Groups

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