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Early Childhood Ireland has published its new Strategic Plan 2021-2026.
On behalf of the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Pobal has published the 2020/21 Annual Early Years Sector Profile Report, providing the latest overview of the Early Learning and Care (ELC) and School-Age Childcare (SAC) sector.
Have you booked for our next exciting webinar yet? Registration is now open for our second research webinar of 2022! You can book here.
A recently published report from Social Justice Ireland analyses a wide range of social and economic issues. This week’s policy brief looks at the how these proposals would impact our sector.
If you don’t have a unique GNVB number for each one of your Early Learning and Care or School Age setting, please apply now. From January 2020 each Early Learning and Care and School Age Childcare setting must have their own unique GNVB number to be compliant with the National Vetting Bureau.
In this, the final week to apply for the Maynooth University, Froebel Department Level 8 advanced entry BA in Early Childhood Teaching and Learning, run in partnership with Early Childhood Ireland, this article by Leanne Grogan, gives the student perspective on the programme.
This research about using the Froebel Storytelling Approach to understand young children’s experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic calls on policymakers to consider children’s voices and experiences
On 5 April, members of the Oireachtas debated a motion in the Dáil, brought forward by Sinn Féin, that recognises and addresses the issue of the high cost of childcare fees in Ireland.