Period Dignity refers to the accessibility and availability of essential care needed to support a period, in conjunction with the breaking of stigma and taboo around periods. The NI Executive agreed in December 2020 to fund a pilot scheme to provide free period products to all schools in Northern Ireland with effect from September 2021.
The scheme aims to ensure that period products are available to learners who menstruate where and when they need them, as well as provide educational support within the school setting. In school students can request products via a labelled post box close to the Medical Room. Posters are displayed around the school building to direct. Please see the link attached for further details. https://ccea.org.uk/learning-resources/period-dignity
LETTTER TO PARENTS
Below you will find a draft of our Period Dignity Policy. This policy is under review following consultation with staff, a selection of parents and our Board Of Governors.
If you have any feedback, please comment in the form below by Tuesday 20th September 2022.
Transfer and Admissions to Year 8 September 2024
Update on Key Dates and Information on Special Circumstances and Special Provisions, following the SEAG Entrance Assessment, are available in section: “Transfer 2024”