ItemEarly Years eNews: Issue 5(Barnardos, 2022) BarnardosIn this final issue of Early Years eNews for 2022, we bring you updates from across the sector, including news of recent announcements from DCEDIY, as well as information about the latest publications, training and library additions from Barnardos. ItemEarly Years eNews: Issue 1(Barnardos, 2022) BarnardosWith the new Government announcement that physical distancing measures, such as play-pods and mask wearing, will no longer be required in early learning and care settings from next Monday, we can hopefully all finally move into a new phase in our services. It has been a long road for educators and amidst the joy and reward of working with young children there has, for many, been times of stress and feeling overwhelmed. On 10 March, we would like to invite you all to a free online event on staff wellbeing in ELC and SAC that looks at how we can create healthy and happy workplace experiences and buffer against stress. ItemEarly Years eNews: Issue 2(Barnardos, 2022) BarnardosThere is a lot happening across the sector with a number of big announcements from DCEDIY in recent weeks and a lot of new supports being developed as settings around the country welcome children and families from Ukraine. In this issue of Early Years eNews, we bring you information about these and other developments, as well as information about what is happening in Barnardos early years learning and development team. ItemEarly Years eNews: Issue 3(Barnardos, 2022) BarnardosIn this issue of Early Years eNews, we bring you news of the launch of a new professional body - Professional Educators and Managers Ireland (PEMI) - a fantastic development for the ELC and SAC sector. We also bring you information about the latest issue of ChildLinks, supports for settings welcoming families from Ukraine, and upcoming training events. ItemEarly Years eNews: Issue 4(Barnardos, 2022) BarnardosIn this issue of Early Years eNews, we bring you news of further new supports for those settings welcoming children and families from Ukraine; details of webinars from Tusla EY Inspectorate on registrations; info on a review of the ECCE scheme and more. We also bring you information about the latest issue of ChildLinks and training events coming up in autumn.