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05 February 2018 in , ,

Barnardos partner with award winning author Benji Bennett

We're delighted to be the chosen charity for the wonderful children's book, ‘Adam Saves the Seasons’....

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11 April 2017 in ,

Barnardos launch free guide for early year educators

Barnardos has launched a new free publication for early years educators. This new booklet outlines the benefits of community involvement for young children in early years settings and addresses some of the practical approaches that early years educators can implement within their service....

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10 March 2017 in , , ,

Barnardos Launches New Parent’s Guide to Early Childhood Care and Education

Barnardos children’s charity has launched a new guidebook to assist parents in choosing an early years service for their child. With over 170,000 children attending an early years service in Ireland, Barnardos has produced a handy guide to support parents in making decisions about the best quality option for their child. This publication is outlined below and is available for free download from ...

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18 October 2016 in ,

Barnardos launches new publication for early years educators

Barnardos has launched a new publication for early years educators – The Key Person Approach: Positive Relationships with Children in the Early Years. The free booklet was officially launched by Fergus Finlay, CEO, Barnardos in Barnardos early years service in Thurles, Co Tipperary, on October 17th. Those at the event were also celebrating the success of Barnardos Early Years Team in Thurles, wh...

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27 April 2016 in , , ,

Barnardos Launches Free Parenting Guide

Barnardos has published two new guides, one for early years educators and one for parents, both to help support young children’s behaviour. Early years educators play a central role coaching and supporting children to develop their skills and emotions, but these skills are first developed in the home. Barnardos free publication gives parents a better understanding of their child’s behaviour, a...

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