Teacher objects to phasing out of religious symbols in schools

A secondary school vice principal says decision’s such as to remove Catholic symbols and phase out graduation masses should only be made by the schools Board of management.


The move is to create a more balanced and multi-denominational ethos, according to recent media reports.  The new rules will apply to around 200 schools.


Sean Wynne is the vice Principal of Drumshanbo Vocational School he says parents teachers and all key stakeholders should have a say before such decisions can be taken.