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The importance of parental involvement with the early years setting perspective of early years practitioners.
The great majority of parents are concerned to do their best for their children, even if they are not always sure what this might be. (Pugh & De’Ath, 1984). Therefore, it is vital that parents are encouraged to participate ...
Going to school: a child's transition from pre-school to primary school.
The transition from Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) pre‐school to primary school marks a significant change in the way a child participates in the family and community. When a child makes a transition, his ...
Partnership with parents in the early years setting.
These findings imply that more needs to be done for the future with regards to the expectations of the future of partnership in Ireland, in comparison to our European counterparts. It suggests that a lot more research and ...
From preschool to primary school: ready or not?
School readiness and transitions from preschool to primary school has become a much-discussed topic in the Early Childhood Care and Education Sector (ECCE) of late. The aim of this research project was to gain an understanding ...
Pedagogy of play in ECCE settings
The aim of this research project was to explore the views and roles of childcare practitioners, with regards to the pedagogy of play, in early childhood care and education (ECCE) settings. The objectives were to examine ...