Each child/young person is a gift of God and has a right to dignity of life and bodily integrity, which must be respected, nurtured and protected. The Diocesan Designated Person is Mr. Andrew Fagan: Tel. 01-8360314
If you wish to talk to a HSE duty social worker about the safety and/or protection of children/ or young people:
Local Duty Social Worker HSE: 01 8360314 (office hours)
Outside of office hours, or in the case of an emergency, please contact 01 6668600, or your local Garda Station. The welfare of the child is always paramount.
We would like to extend our best wishes to the graduating sixth class of Scoil Bhride, who will be having their graduation ceremony on Tuesday at 12 midday. Prayers and best wishes on your journey forward to secondary school.
The Pope John Paul II Award is a faith achievement award for young people between the age of 16 and 18. It is non-competitive, inclusive, flexible and voluntary.
The Award enables participants to take an active part in the life of their Church – in the life of their community and society. It enables young people become more aware of the teaching and role of the Catholic Church in the world and to engage at a deep level with Christ.
Homeless Services for Youth (under 18 years)
If you are homeless and aged under 18 years of age, the Health Service Executive (HSE) has responsibility to respond to your needs. A social worker with the HSE will help you. If you become homeless or are at risk of homelessness, go to your local area health office.
If after 5pm (i.e. the local area health office is closed), go to the local Garda Station and the Gardaí will contact the on-duty Social Worker for the HSE Area so that emergency accommodation can be arranged. Services are listed next.
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Scoil Bhride NS
045 481428 email@example.com
Access the school website here: www.kilcullenns.org
Cross & Passion College
045 481 524
Scoil Bhríde National School,
Brannoxtown, Kilcullen, Co. Kildare, 045-48372