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  • News and Events

    Due to the recent announcement from the Irish Government, CWSM will close from 6pm today (Thursday 12th March) until 29th March. We hope and aim to reopen on Monday 30th.

    We will be in touch with parents about possible online lessons to try to keep our students progress moving forward. We can be more then a meter apart, still connect musically and transcend device screens, that's the joy and power of music and music education.

    On behalf of the staff here, we would like to thank our students and their parents for their continued support and wish everyone safe health. There is a genuine wonderful community here in Wexford and especially in CWSM. lets keep reminding ourselves that and stay positive.

    Best wishes
    David

     

     

     

    COVID-19

    We are closely monitoring the spread of the COVID-19 virus and assessing its impact on our ability to provide lessons to our students

    Based on the information and advice available we are going ahead with our lessons as planned.

    As this is a developing situation, we will continue to assess the most up to date advice from the www.hse.ie

    We will publish further updates on our website and if we have to cancel lessons, we will inform affected students.

     

     

     

    St. PATRICK'S DAY

    We are open on Monday 16th for lessons as normal

    We are CLOSED on St. Patrick's Day Tuesday 17th

    We are back open on Wednesday 18th.

     

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    CWSM Principal and classical guitar teacher will be giving a talk on how to best prepare for instrumental exams, set goals and achieve what you want in the next coming weeks. Stay tuned for date and time.

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  • Child Protection Policy

    The Board of Directors, Director and Staff of the County Wexford School of Music are committed to a child-centred approach to our work with children and young people. We undertake to provide a safe environment and experience, where the welfare of the child/young person is paramount. We will adhere to the recommendations of the Children First: National Guidelines for the Protection and Welfare of Children published by the Department of Health and Children.

     

    We have implemented procedures covering:-

    • Code of Behaviour for all staff

    • Reporting of suspected or disclosed abuse

    • Confidentiality

    • Recruitment and selecting staff

    • Managing and supervising staff

    • Involvement of primary carers

    • Allegations of misconduct or abuse by staff

    • Complaints and comments

    • Incidents and accidents

    The policy will be reviewed on: 1st September 2016

     

     

    STATEMENT

     

    County Wexford School of Music (CWSM) is aware that serious charges have been brought against a former teacher. CWSM wishes to confirm that the former teacher ceased teaching at CWSM shortly before CWSM was formally notified of any allegations made against him. CWSM has cooperated fully with the relevant authorities in relation to their investigations into the former teacher and will continue to do so, should this be required.

     

    The management and Board of Directors wish to confirm that CWSM has a full and robust Child Protection Policy in place. This policy has been in place for many years and follows and invokes best recommended practice and guidelines (as recommended by “Children First: National Guidance for the Protection and Welfare of Children 2011” published by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs) and will continue to do so into the future.

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