Outdoor Play Space, Members Survey

Outdoor Play Space, Members Survey
outdoor play survey

Early Childhood Ireland is committed to a high-quality, inclusive Early Years system, which values, supports and invests in childhood, children and services. As part of this work, we are undertaking a survey to examine the physical design of outdoor play spaces in Early Years settings in Ireland.

You may have received an email this week, asking you to take part. The survey should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete and as a thank you for your time, all respondents will be entered into a draw to be in with a chance of winning one of two excellent prizes.

1st prize: A CPD programme, worth €400, on making the most of outdoor play spaces. This prize includes a 2-hour online training session, as well as a 2-hour mentoring visit to your setting by one of our Early Childhood Specialists.

2nd prize: A €50 voucher for the Early Childhood Ireland shop.

The survey will close on Thursday, 23 June.

As a valued member of Early Childhood Ireland, we hope you will embrace this opportunity to play an active role in how outdoor play in Early Years settings will evolve in Ireland in the coming years.

Not only will your input enable us to support members better, but it will also bolster our advocacy work and engagement with policymakers to benefit children in Ireland in the years ahead.

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