Yellow Flag Programme – Applications for September 2014 /15
We are currently seeking applications from schools in the Meath and Dunlaoghaire/Rathdown areas. Please view information below and send us your Application Form.
We are now closed for general applications, however please feel free to submit an application and we will add it to our database for future consideration.
The Yellow Flag is a practical schools based programme and award scheme which recognises and supports a schools work in promoting diversity and inclusion. The programme works through an 8 practical steps model which allows schools to apply those steps to the day to day running of the school. It is a whole school approach which involves working jointly at all levels of school life from students, teachers and principle, ancillary staff, board of management, parent and the wider community.
The Programme is open to both Primary and Secondary Schools but school criteria and funding restrictions do limit the amount of schools who can participate.
If you would like to get involved please register your schools interest by reading the Criteria below and completing the Application Form.
Closing date for applications extended to Friday May 23rd 2014. This is now closed.
Completed applications can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or posted to: Yellow Flag Programme, Irish Traveller Movement, 4/5 Eustace Street, Dublin 2.
If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact either Sara Russell or Sinead O’Brien on 01 679 6577, Sara can also be contacted on 087 241 0258.
1. Intercultural and Anti-Racism Training for Staff and Management
2. Going Beyond the School Walls: Engaging with the Community
3. The Diversity Committee
4. Intercultural Review
5. Action Plan for a Diverse School
6. Monitoring, Evaluation and Information Dissemination
7. Curriculum work
8. Diversity Code and Anti-Racism Policy
The Yellow Flag Programme is a fantastic initiative which seeks to bring the issues of interculturalism, equality and diversity into the whole-school programme and allows schools to apply them to the day to day running of the school. Moreover, Yellow Flag also promotes the idea of parents and the community working in conjunction with students and educators in order to ensure that the benefits of the programme are not just confined to the classroom.
Aodhan O'Riordan Labour Party TD