Wexford CYPSC launches an information campaign for parents and care-givers on the importance of promoting early literacy.
Cork has launched parenting support leaflets providing practical advice to help parents support their child’s social and emotional wellbeing.
When schools have knowledge, confidence and skills to accommodate different gender identities in the classroom, young people achieve better outcomes.
A school transport solution developed by Meath CYPSC and partners has succeeded in improving educational outcomes for students from Windtown, County Meath. This service now needs sustained funding to continue.
A Progressive Pathways Fair for youth with intellectual disabilities has taken place in Tralee, County Kerry.
Teachers, School Completion Programme Workers and Educational Welfare Officers marked the launch of the Roscommon School Refusal Resource Pack.
"Explore Play Learn" an interactive, play based, showcase event for parents and their children is taking place this September in County Clare. It is one of many local events during Tusla National Child and Family Support Week.
The 'Snuggle Stories' initiative is an action under the Waterford CYPSC Family Support Sub-group. It encourages parents and children to snuggle up and get comfortable reading and rhyming together.
The newly re-designed online Wicklow Community Directory has been launched. The directory is a community-led initiative and gives information on a wide range of groups, clubs and agencies offering activities, services and supports across the whole of the county.
The Minister for Education and Skills, Mr. Richard Bruton, TD held a briefing session for the Action Plan for Education at St Brogan’s College, Bandon, County Cork.
READ Donegal 2017 got off to a great start, when it was launched on 20th January in Letterkenny by local Volunteer, Aidan O’Doherty.
On 16th January, 2017 the Minister for Mental Health and Older People, Helen McEntee, TD, launched new resources designed in County Meath to support young peoples' transitions from primary to post-primary school.
The Minister for Mental Health and Older People, Helen McEntee, TD will launch new resources designed in County Meath to support young peoples' transitions from primary to post-primary school.
A new Homework Club for children living in the Ballybane area of Galway City was officially launched by Mayor of Galway City, Councillor Noel Larkin.
CYPSC welcome the appointment of Padraig McCabe as the Irish Primary Principals Network's co-ordinator for CYPSC.