Altar Servers/Other Activites

Altar Servers or Other Activities for Young People

Our generation will show that it can rise to the promise found in each young person when we know how to give them space. This means that we have to create the material and spiritual conditions for their full development; to give them a solid basis on which to build their lives; to guarantee their safety and their education to be everything they can be; to pass on to them lasting values that make life worth living; to give them a transcendent horizon for their thirst for authentic happiness and their creativity for the good; to give them the legacy of a world worthy of human life; and to awaken in them their greatest potential as builders of their own destiny, sharing responsibility for the future of everyone. If we can do all this, we anticipate today the future that enters the world through the window of the young.

Pope Francis (2014)

To build a safe and solid environment for children, each Church authority must strive to be child-centred in their practice and behaviour. In practical terms, this will include clear written procedures…….

Guidance Document Standard 1.4A

Forms Required:

1.4A T3 Child and Parent or Guardian Joint Consent

Reporting Accidents/Incidents

It is essential that all Church personnel are familiar with the procedures for dealing with accidents and/or injuries. If a child has an accident and injures him/herself while attending a Church-run event, it is important to:

  • assess the injury
  • reassure the child
  • If the injury is serious contact the emergency services
  • if the injury is minor apply local First Aid
  • Write up a report of the accident
  • Always notify parents/guardians

Forms required:

1.4B T1- Form for Dealing with Accidents-Incidents

Ossory Diocesan Office James’s Street, Kilkenny Tel: 056-7762448 Fax: 056-7763753 E-mail: bishop@ossory.ie
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