Tipperary Education and Training Board is very aware of the personal turmoil the COVID-19 pandemic may have caused to our students as well as learners, staff and stakeholders. We will consciously make every effort to conform with guidelines being issued by the Government.
Stay safe and well.
Government Guidance: Returning to Schools and Work –
Department of Education Guidance:
Parents, students, schools and school staff can find up to date information from the Department of Education here
TETB Guidance and Information:
2022_Tipperary ETB Covid Response Corporate Plan
Additional Guidance and Information:
Latest Circulars relating to COVID-19:
National Support Services and Helplines:
|Minding your Mental Health (HSE)
||Advice on how to mind your mental health during the Coronavirus outbreak.
|Mental Health Support Services (HSE)
||Search for online resources and information about mental health and support services. Search by ‘Issues’, ‘Age Group’ and ‘Location’
|Support Service updates Covid-19 (HSE)
||Some services provided by mental health and support services could be disrupted during COVID-19. The link will bring you to a summary of key nationally-available supports.
|Talking to Children and Young People about Covid-19 (DES)
||Advice note for Schools and Parents published by the Department of Education and Skills (DES)
|Restricted Movements and Self Isolation (HSE)
||If you are well, but you have been in close contact with a case of coronavirus you will need to restrict your movements.
|Spectrum Life EAS (TETB Staff Only)
||Employee Assistance Service
|Inspire Workplaces Looking after your Mental Health during Covid-19
||Inspire Workplaces – Looking after your Mental Health during Covid-19
|Your Mental Health.ie (HSE)
||This service is to assist you in finding the relevant supports and services near you.
||1800 111 888
||Free therapy to those engaging in self-harm, with suicidal ideation, or bereaved by suicide.
||1800 247 247 or text HELP to 51444
||Childline is open every day and is for all children and young people up to the age of 18.
||1800 66 66 66 or free text 50101
||Jigsaw is a free, non-judgemental and confidential mental health support service for young people aged 12 – 25
||Limerick: 061 974 510
||Support for people with mental ill health. Shine services remain available for phone and e-mail support Monday to
Friday, 9am to 5pm.
|Limerick/North Tipperary: 087 7878222
South Tipperary: 086 852 5747
||Information and support to anyone over 18 about issues relating to their own mood or the mood of a friend or family member, or who experiences depression or bipolar.
||1800 80 48 48
||Support and information if you are having a difficult time or are worried about your mental health during the Coronavirus outbreak