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Gymboree provides music, arts, and sports classes to pre-school aged children. Classes are delivered to the public in halls, community centres, etc. and they also visit playschools, Mother and Toddler groups, fairs and other special events.
A new preschool and afterschool will open at St Patrick's Primary School this September. The new service will cater for preschool children aged three to five years and offers the free ECCE childcare scheme. The service will also provide afterschool care to children of St Pat's and surrounding schools. A breakfast club will be available for boys attending St Pat's.
Galway Fine Gael senator Hildegarde Naughton has labelled Tuesday’s Budget as ‘progressive’ and has welcomed its focus on childcare provision.
Auburn Creche and Preschool is situated at 9 Auburn Heights, Athlone. The location of the creche is superb and is convenient to Athlone town centre, AIT, Ericssons, etc.
Preschool children in Mayo are getting tattooed as part of a new campaign to remind their parents about the importance of belting up.
Everyone is welcome to Rahoon Family Centre’s open day on Thursday April 17. Drop in and see the work of the pre- schoolers right through to the youth groups — on the day the centre will showcase their art and craft, cookery skills, project work, computer skills, and much more.
Castlebar Electoral Area candidate, Lisa Chambers, has demanded increased support for working families to help them to deal with spiralling childcare costs. The 2011 General Election candidate said: “Unless the issue of childcare costs is addressed, particularly for lower income families, we will see a much greater number of children being cared for through private arrangements. But private childcare is totally unregulated, with no qualifications needed, no inspections, and no specific standards required. We need to ensure that crèches and pre-schools, which are regulated, are affordable options for more families.”
A US based professor of childhood education, Dr Timothy Frawley, visited Grovelands Childcare in Athlone this week.
Little Acorns Childcare Centre, Brickens, Claremorris is a new purpose built facility with both indoor and outdoor covered play areas.
Early Childhood Ireland wrote to senators regarding Minister Joan Burton’s sick pay proposal ahead of Minister Richard Bruton’s address to the Seanad this week. It warned: “This flawed sick pay proposal would be fatal for jobs in the childcare sector if implemented, forcing half of Ireland’s crèches and preschools out of business and driving thousands of people onto the dole queue. Minister Richard Bruton must face up to the anti jobs nature of this dangerous proposal.”