Local Voices 041: Special Schools Return Amid COVID-19 Concerns


Special schools have returned at 50 percent capacity, while special classes in mainstream schools are set to open.

The key concerns among staff of these schools was around the safety of the children amid uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 variant.

Fórsa representative and SNA in St Joseph's Special School, Aisling Lohan, Principal Graeme Crombie and Newcastle mother of two autistic boys, Eleanor Bermingham join host Hayden Moore to shed some light on the reopening.

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