The mission of the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) is to see Ireland thrive culturally and economically. Funded by its commercial operations and external supporters, the RDS fulfils its mission through agriculture, the arts, enterprise, equestrianism, science & technology and a Library.
Throughout the year, many children participate in or visit projects or events organised by the RDS. While recognising that the primary responsibility for children rests with parents, guardians or supervising adults (e.g. teachers), the RDS is committed to safeguarding children and young people who participate in or visit projects and events organised by the Society. The Trustees of Council and RDS staff seek to create a safe environment for these children and young people, as their welfare and safety is very important to us.
Further information is available below:
RDS Child Safeguarding Statement 2018
RDS Child Safeguarding Policy 2018
RDS Code of Behaviour 2019
Science Blast Child Safeguarding Statement 2020 (English & Irish)
RDS Code of Behaviour 2020 for ESB Science Blast (English & Irish)
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