Ashbourne Community National School


School Policies

Ashbourne Community National School's policies are created in conjunction with staff members, school community and Board of management. They are tailored to suit the needs of our school. Our policies are working documents which will change with the changing needs of our school. 

Please review our policies by choosing a link below:

COVID-19 Policy Statement
Our school has implemented a number of measures to ensure the safety of our students, parents, staff and wider community. This policy statement outlines our school's actions to combat the spread of COVID-19.


Code of Behaviour

Our School aims to provide a happy, secure, friendly, learning environment, where children, parents, teachers and board of management/single manager work in partnership. Each individual is valued, encouraged and respected for their uniqueness and facilitated to reach their full potential in a positive atmosphere.

Health, Safety and Welfare Statement
Managing Health and Safety at our School is an ongoing activity throughout the year.  This Safety Statement is a live written document which provides details of how we manage health, safety and welfare at our school.  This Safety Statement along with our Risk Assessments form the basis of our Safety Management System.

Child Safeguarding Statement
This is the child Safeguarding Statement, drawn up by and approved by the management of Ashbourne CNS in line with the DES and Tusla guidelines. A hard copy can be located in the main entrance to the school, including the school Risk assessment.

Please find links below to the Child protection procedures for primary and post primary schools 2017 and the related circular 0081/2017.

Photographic & Video Image Consent Form

Ashbourne Community National School asks that parent(s)/guardian(s) consent to their son/daughter being featured in photographic and videographic promotional material if their son/daughter is under 18 years of age.

Admissions Policy for Ashbourrne CNS.

LMETB Vision for Ashbourne Community National School

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