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Despite investment aimed at reducing the cost of crèches for parents, there has been a €4 rise in fees per week, according to a new report which was developed and published by Pobal for the Department of Children and Youth Affairs.
This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a luxury four/five bed detached family home within commuting distance of Galway city at a very affordable price. This fabulous family home is in a small exclusive development of 12 detached properties in prime village location adjacent to excellent national school, Montessori school, large childcare facility with school drop/pick up, shop, credit union, post office, and pub, with a secondary school bus stop outside the development.
A noted fourteen percent increase in childcare costs in Westmeath in the past five years has accelerated the county’s creche charges above the national average.
Sometimes, it is just the simplest of gestures that makes all the difference in the world. When Claregalway farmer Mattie Cormican’s wife Bridie passed away after suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, he made a decision that will honour her memory and make a contribution to the future of the community that will serve generations.
A new website has been launched by the Galway Childcare Committee.
A new survey has found almost three out of ten parents (28 per cent) could not attend work or have missed out on new job opportunities because they could not access childcare.
An increase to the number of weeks of Early Childhood Care and Education children will be eligible for, announced under Budget 2018, has been called a “step in the right direction”, but problems still remain.
Nine childcare providers in Westmeath have received €41,711.71 in Government funding to enhance their facilities and expand services for after-school care.
Our Lady’s College is now accepting applications for its QQI Level 5 award in childcare. The course will commence this September in the college’s Newtownsmith campus and is designed to facilitate learners who wish to care for young children in a variety of settings or who wish to pursue further studies.
Applications are now being accepted for Our Lady's College QQI Level 5 award in childcare. The course will commence this September in the college's Newtownsmith campus and is designed to facilitate learners who wish to care for young children in a variety of settings or who wish to pursue further studies.