|Principal Advice Callback Service|
In the event of a crisis situation, critical incident or school tragedy, members of the IPPN Executive are available to provide 1 to 1 confidential advice and support over the telephone. Lo-Call 1890 21 22 23.
This Principal Advice Service is designed to make sure that any IPPN member going through a stressful or worrying time will receive appropriate personal as well as professional support.
The Principal Advice Service is not to be confused with routine enquiries seeking information or advice on school-related matters. Such queries should be routed through the dedicated mailing list email@example.com which is responded to by designated IPPN specialists.
Should you wish to avail of the Principal Advice Service, please telephone 1890 21 22 23 or e-mail Angela Lynch, IPPN Principal Advice Manager.
Occasionally, Principals wish to ask for help and advice by e-mail from colleagues in regard to sensitive matters. In some of these cases, it would be best if the Principals and/or their school could remain anonymous. Members wishing to do just this, are facailitated by our 'anonymous' facility.
To avail of this service, Principals are asked to write the e-mail containing the query / comment / question but at the top of the e-mail write something like **Please submit to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com (choose most appropriate list) mailing list anonymously**.
This e-mail must be written to firstname.lastname@example.org and fully signed (cf below for guidelines). We will then remove the signature, and send the anonymous e-mail to the appropriate mailing list.
Accompanying Notice to Colleagues:
Remember, if your e-mail is of a sensitive nature, please send it in plain text to email@example.com, and ask that it be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or
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