On this page you will find resources on educational materials for schools in the Republic of Ireland.

  1. Parental Declaration Requiring Face Covering at School

This is a simple statement that your child is exempt from wearing a face covering.

Forcing a Child to Wear a Mask is Both Immoral and Illegal

2. Formal Complaint to School – Isolated Education

This document has been prepared for Parents for the purposes of submitting a formal complaint to the School arising from the unjust, unnecessary and discriminatory treatment of their minor child.

Forced Isolation is Dehumanising and Tantamount to Child Abuse

3. Formal Complaint to School – Visor Instead of Mask

This document has been prepared for Parents for the purposes of submitting a formal complaint to the School arising from the unjust and unnecessary imposition of wearing a face visor instead of a cloth mask.

Forcing a Child to Wear Any Type of Face Covering is Inhumane

4. Freedom of Information Request

You are fully entitled to ask any public servant for information under the FOI Act 2014, including school principals. This simple form is an easy way to make a formal request for information regarding treatment of your child in school.

Your School must Respond to your FOI Request by Law

5. Non Consent Form – Detention and Testing of Your Child

You and your child have an inalienable human right to bodily integrity. No one can force or coerce you into undertaking any medical procedure without your consent. This human right applies in all settings, including schools and colleges. This simple template can be used to let your school know that they cannot detain and test your child for Covid 19.

Medical Testing without Consent is Illegal

Please note that these documents do not constitute legal advice, nor are intended to create a solicitor-client relationship. While every care has been taken to ensure that the content is useful and accurate, no guarantee, undertaking or warranty is given in this regard, nor is any legal liability or responsibility accepted for the content or the accuracy of the information so provided, or, for any loss or damage caused arising directly or indirectly in connection with reliance on the use of such information.