All of our Second Year students participate  in the FUSE,  Anti-Bullying and Online Safety Programme developed by DCU Anti-Bullying Centre. 

FUSE is the first research-based Anti-Bullying and Online Safety Programme designed to comply with UNESCO’s Whole Education Approach to tackle bullying and online safety in schools. It is based on 25 years of research on bullying prevention and intervention and is designed to support the wider SPHE/RSE/Wellbeing curricula in schools. FUSE consists of a suite of workshops and resources which FUSE teachers can deliver in the classroom.

At the heart of  FUSE is the aim of building capacity in schools themselves to tackle bullying and online safety issues and to empower children and adolescents to understand their own behaviour, be able to recognise bullying and online safety risks and be confident in how to report and seek support when they need it.

To find out more about the Fuse Programme please click on the following link Fuse Anti Bullying Programme.

Please also click on the following link to access the Department of Educations Action Plan on Bullying which will inform all of our anti-bullying procedures. Department of Education Action Plan on Bullying

Scoil Aireagail’s Anti Bullying Policy can be viewed and downloaded HERE 

DCU Anti-Bullying Centre Tozi App

Vodafone Ireland Foundation has partnered with DCU Anti-Bullying Centre and Childline by ISPCC to develop and launch Tozi – a new app aimed at creating a safer, more positive online space for young people.

The app is free and available to download on mobile phones in Ireland –  iOS and Android 

Tozi aims to educate, empower and support young people with the tools and advice they need to have a more positive online experience delivered through engaging features within the app.