Edenbeg Childcare Facility:
Edenbeag Childcare Centre’s new room was officially opened on Friday 14th September by Fr. Hubert Martin. Back in May Edenbeag Childcare were successful in getting Early Years Capital Funding of €49,350 to build a new childcare room, to meet the consistent demand for places in their High Quality Childcare Service. Edenbeag Childcare, along with Parents that avail of their services, were delighted to receive the funding and are pleased that it meets the demands of local families and children. The new room and ground works were constructed by Brian Rafferty Construction. The children welcomed Fr. Martin to their playschool and listened to his stories about his time in school. They also sang some songs and gave a big cheer when Fr. Martin cut the special ribbon on their new room. Edenbeag Childcare is governed by a Board of 8 Directors, who are parents that have children attending the service. The Service, lead by Early Years Manager Sabrina Mc Kenna, employs a total of 22 staff, consisting of 17 Early Years Professionals, 1 Financial Administrator, 2 Auxiliary Staff and 2 Childcare Cooks. The service caters for children aged 4 months to 12 years, adhering to Túsla, Aistear & Síolta in all aspects of their work. Edenbeag Childcare Centre are thrilled with the expansion of their Childcare Service and are looking forward to a busy and fun filled learning year ahead. I attended the event and it brought back many memories to me of my time living in Rarutra and going to school in Edenmore. Now to see the major building programme that extends from Bridge to Bridge says a great deal about the area and how it can meet the needs of families. It is amazing to think of the two room original school, built in 1912, and to witness the massive facilities now available there and to think of the number of pupils who have passed through this seat of learning. When I went inside the Childcare building it was difficult to compare the present day furnishing, equipment, paraphernalia and teaching aids with the basics we had at our disposal if we were lucky. And then the smiling faces and the happiness radiating round the room was terrific and it was so obvious that they were comfortable, well cared for, interested and at ease in this loving environment and they were learning lots and sang songs with accompanying actions with gusto. It was a delightful hour I spent there. Well done to all and I am certain that the new Room will make the great services on offer available to more young people in the years to come.
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Edenbeag Childcare Centre’s new room was officially opened on Friday 14th September by Fr. Hubert Martin. Back in May Edenbeag Childcare were successful in getting Early Years Capital Funding of €49,350 to build a new childcare room, to meet the consistent demand for places in their High Quality Childcare Service. Edenbeag Childcare, along with Parents that avail of their services, were delighted to receive the funding and are pleased that it meets the demands of local families and children. The new room and ground works were constructed by Brian Rafferty Construction. The children welcomed Fr. Martin to their playschool and listened to his stories about his time in school. They also sang some songs and gave a big cheer when Fr. Martin cut the special ribbon on their new room. Edenbeag Childcare is governed by a Board of 8 Directors, who are parents that have children attending the service. The Service, lead by Early Years Manager Sabrina Mc Kenna, employs a total of 22 staff, consisting of 17 Early Years Professionals, 1 Financial Administrator, 2 Auxiliary Staff and 2 Childcare Cooks. The service caters for children aged 4 months to 12 years, adhering to Túsla, Aistear & Síolta in all aspects of their work. Edenbeag Childcare Centre are thrilled with the expansion of their Childcare Service and are looking forward to a busy and fun filled learning year ahead. I attended the event and it brought back many memories to me of my time living in Rarutra and going to school in Edenmore. Now to see the major building programme that extends from Bridge to Bridge says a great deal about the area and how it can meet the needs of families. It is amazing to think of the two room original school, built in 1912, and to witness the massive facilities now available there and to think of the number of pupils who have passed through this seat of learning. When I went inside the Childcare building it was difficult to compare the present day furnishing, equipment, paraphernalia and teaching aids with the basics we had at our disposal if we were lucky. And then the smiling faces and the happiness radiating round the room was terrific and it was so obvious that they were comfortable, well cared for, interested and at ease in this loving environment and they were learning lots and sang songs with accompanying actions with gusto. It was a delightful hour I spent there. Well done to all and I am certain that the new Room will make the great services on offer available to more young people in the years to come.
Edenbeg Childcare Facility:
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