The National Parents Council Post Primary is the voice of, and the advocate for, all parents and guardians of young people in post-primary education

The National Parents Council Post Primary (NPCPP) is the voice of, and advocate for, all parents and guardians of young people in post-primary education in Ireland.

Consultation on the Review of the Action Plan on Bullying and the Review of the Anti-bullying Procedures for primary and post-primary schools.

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The Department of Education is currently reviewing the Action Plan on Bullying and the Anti-bullying Procedures for primary and post-primary schools.

We want to ensure that the Action Plan on Bullying and the Anti-bullying Procedures for Primary and post-primary schools are effective in preventing and tackling bullying in schools.

As part of this work, the department is seeking your views about what should be done to prevent and tackle bullying in our schools.

The department is inviting you to make written submissions and to complete a short questionnaire as part of the public-consultation process.

The Department would like to hear from:

  • children
  • young people
  • parents
  • school staff (including non-teaching staff)
  • education partners
  • organisations
  • individuals

An online questionnaire can be found at this link:

Written submissions can be made here:

This consultation will be open until 21 June 2022.

Mai Fanning - NPCpp President

Welcome from the NPCPP President – Mai Fanning

“The collaboration, interaction and communication between parents, guardians, educators and partners in education in Ireland remains of vital importance in positively impacting on the education, development and general wellbeing of young people in the post-primary education system”

Mai Fanning, President, The NPCPP

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