Below are details of organisations to contact for support if you have concerns about your child or teenager at school. Here you will get great advice and suport on how to deal with bullying - find out more here.
| The Centre is a national centre dedicated to undertaking research and providing resource related to bullying in schools and workplaces. The aims of ABC are:The creation of greater awareness and understanding of bullying behaviour, The promotion of ways and means by which bullying behaviour may be prevented or reduced, and to support the implementation of the National Action Plan on Bullying. |
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Henry Grattan Building, DCU, Dublin 9 ( 01 700 5223 )
| National Parents Council Primary (NPC) is the representative organisation for parents of children in primary or early education. NPC want to see an Ireland where every child has the opportunity to reach their full potential. NPC exists to ensure that all parents are supported and empowered to become effective partners in their children’s education. NPC will work to increase the capacity and capability of the primary education sector, to achieve true partnership and deliver better outcomes for all children. |
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12 Marlborough Court, Marlborough Street, Dublin ( 01 8874034 )
| The National Parents Council Post-primary (NPCpp) aim is to give parents a voice. NPCpp has worked for the involvement of parents in the education of their own child/children and to give parents a partnership in the broader education system. NPCpp’s view is that there are many important educational issues that are common to all educational partners and a shared and united approach would enhance the quality of information which we can make available to parents, while at the same time fostering a “knowledge based” understanding of our teacher and management partners and their perspectives on issues. |
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Unit 5, Glasnevin Business Centre, Ballyboggan road, Dublin 11 ( 01 8302740 )
| Parents phone Parentline with all sorts of problems. There is no typical call. Calls come from parents of new born babies, toddlers, pre-teens and teenagers – children of all ages. All ages offer different challenges.
We offer support, guidance and information on all aspects of being a parent and the reassurance that, whatever the problem, you’re not the first parent to face it. Sometimes, all you could need is a listening ear.|
w: www.parentline.ie e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Carmichael House, North Brunswick Street, Dublin 7 ( 01 8733500 )