Check out ReCreate‘s research projects published in collaboration with Trinity and funded by the EPA. Heads Up is focused on creativity through ReUse materials in inclusive early years settings. All Heads Together takes that research further to include practical guidelines for running sessions in inclusive classroom settings.
Author: Gina Allen
Welcome! This has been a really productive year for The National Healthy Childhood Programme and The Nurture Programme: Infant Health and Wellbeing and this newsletter gives just a flavour of some of our work……read on
The latest edition of Better Outcomes, Brighter Futures, is available to download here
The latest edition of Better Outcomes, Brighter Futures, is available to download here.
This policy brief goes beyond highlighting the important role parents can play in supporting their children’s development, and looks at the policy context which enables, but also at times hinders, this central scaffold. Full publication here
Welcome to the fourth newsletter of the National Healthy Childhood Programme. Read here
KHF has completed an edition of its Community Matters series no. 7, which provides a summary of the Initiative. The summary includes the rationale for PSI, KHF’s approach to planning and developing PSI and an outline of the different project themes. The three key elements of the Initiative are highlighted – collaborative working, engaging parents and training...
Newsletter with updates and news on The Parenting Network from the new Chairperson, Roddy Quinn. Read here
The Children and Young People’s Strategy Team within the Department of Education NI is taking forward a Play and Leisure project entitled Play Matters which is funded through the Delivering Social Change – Early Intervention Transformation Programme (EITP) and The Atlantic Philanthropies. More information on the campaign here. Follow on Twitter @Education_NI
On 21 March, at an event organised by Barnardos in Leinster House, KHF gave TDs and Senators a preview of the findings from our recent online survey of parents: Giving Our Children the Best Start in Life. The five key messages are : Time Matters, Family Matters, Choice Matters, Money Matters and Supports Matter. Behind each of these key messages...