This newsletter outlines developments in the Irish early years sector over the years, along with promotional material from Barnardos Early Years Development Project.

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  • Early Years eNews: Issue 5 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2014)
    In this issue of Childcare eNews we look at developments in the area of children’s rights, which include a new app from the Ombudsman for Children’s Office and the publication of a report by the Irish Council for Civil ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 4 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2014)
    In this issue of Childcare eNews we bring you details of a number of recently published reports including the Pobal Annual Early Years Sector Survey, Holistic Early Childhood Development Index Framework and NEYAI ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 3 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2014)
    In this issue of Childcare eNews we bring you details of two recent Barnardos events, the launch of our latest publication Spaces to Be Me and a conference on Parental Mental Health, which was opened by the Minister for ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 2 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2014)
    In this issue of Childcare eNews we bring you the welcome news that the Children First Bill 2014 has been published. This essential piece of legislation will ensure a more rigorous and consistent approach to child ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 1 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2014)
    In this issue of Childcare eNews, we bring you details of the launch of the new Child and Family Agency, Tusla. With its remit to unite education welfare and family support together with child protection and welfare ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 5 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2015)
    In this issue of Childcare eNews we bring you news of the publication of the latest report from the 'Growing Up in Ireland' study, which found that there is no difference to a young child’s cognitive abilities whether ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 4 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2015)
    In this issue of Childcare eNews we bring you details of Rise Up, Barnardos new campaign against child inequality. With one in eight children in Ireland now living in consistent poverty, many are going hungry, are without ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 3 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2015)
    In this issue of Childcare eNews we bring you details of the Hands Up for Children campaign, which is calling for investment in prevention and early intervention, and Phase 2 of the Growing Up in Ireland Study, which has ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 2 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2015)
    In this issue of Childcare eNews we celebrate the passing of the Children's Referendum enshrining children's rights into Ireland's Constitution. This marks a new beginning for Ireland's children, giving equal protection ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 1 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2015)
    In this issue of Childcare eNews we look at Barnardos response to the Children and Family Relationships Bill. This Bill will lead to greater equality for children in the eyes of the law no matter who is bringing them ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 5 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2018)
    In this final issue of Early Year eNews this year we bring you the welcomed news of the launch of First 5, A Whole-of-Government Strategy for Babies, Young Children and their Families. This first ever cross-Departmental ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 4 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2018)
    In this issue of Early Year eNews we bring you information about significant developments in the early years sector including the launch of Tusla Early Years Inspectorate's Quality and Regulatory Framework (QRF). The ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 3 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2018)
    In this issue of Early Year eNews we bring you updates about the longawaited National Early Years Strategy. When in place, this Strategy will help to ensure that the importance of early childhood is widely recognised. It ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 2 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2018)
    Barnardos were delighted to attend the Early Childhood Ireland conference in Croke Park last weekend and even more delighted by some announcements made at the event by Minister Katherine Zappone, including the news that ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 1 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2018)
    There have been a lot of developments in early years education and care already this year and in this issue we include updates on the Affordable Childcare Scheme and the Access and Inclusion Model (AIM). We also bring ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 5 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2019)
    In this issue of Early Years eNews we bring you details of the latest publication from Barnardos and NCN, the recent Pobal report on the early years sector as well as updates on arts bursaries in early years services ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 4 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2019)
    Following on from the RTÉ Investigates: Crèches, Behind Closed Doors programme broadcast in July, the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr. Katherine Zappone, made a number of announcements over the summer in an ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 3 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2019)
    In this issue of enews we bring you information about Barnardos new publication, produced in partnership with National Childhood Network, Explore, Play and Learn through the Arts in Pre-school Settings. There is news ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 2 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2019)
    In this issue of Early Year eNews we bring you updates about the National Childcare Scheme including information about funding available to early years settings to support its implementation. This issue also provides ...
  • Early Years eNews: Issue 1 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2019)
    In this first issue of Early Year eNews of the year we bring you the welcome news of Regulations that provide for the registration of school age childcare services. This will allow school age services to participate in ...

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