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February 2, 2021 Dear Members, Friday February 5ᵗʰ marks the one year anniversary of the Together For Early Years march in Dublin in 2020.  To  mark  the  anniversary,  and to remind Government that much work remains to ensure quality early childhood experiences for children, value our early years educators, ensure affordability for parents and sustainability for service...

OMEP Ireland is delighted to announce the election of Dr Mary Moloney as President of OMEP Ireland     Dr Moloney is very well known and highly-respected, nationally and internationally in the field of early childhood care and education (ECCE). She is a researcher, author and lecturer in early childhood education and care at Mary Immaculate College, Limerick....

In The Name of Passion                 The views and opinions expressed in this blog are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of OMEP Ireland.   As a graduate coming into the Early Childhood sector, I have spent some time in a variety of settings over my time studying, in Ireland and...

In the past number of years, policy in Ireland has increasingly focused on supporting the development of early maths skills. The Literacy and Numeracy Strategy (DES, 2017a), STEM Education Policy (DES, 2017b) STEM implementation plan (DES, 2017c) and updated Early Years Education-focused Inspection criteria have positioned the development of maths skills as critical in ECEC....

Our annual conference will take place in November, 2019. Details to follow. For enquiries regarding presenting please contact info@omepireland.ie Our keynote speakers this year were Dr. Sylvia C. Chard (The Project Approach) and Lyndsey Hellyn & Stephanie Bennett — co-founders of The Curiosity Approach™. It was an exciting conference packed with practice-based and academic research! However, it was the...

OMEP Ireland is delighted to announce that in June 2018 at the 70th World Assembly in Prague, Dr Rosaleen Murphy was elected as a lifelong honorary member of OMEP — the World Organisation for Early Childhood Education. This honorary membership recognises the outstanding contribution that Dr. Murphy has made to early education, OMEP Ireland, and...

What is OMEP? OMEP is an international, non-governmental and non-profit organisation concerned with all aspects of Early Childhood Education and Care. OMEP Ireland is a registered charity dedicated to promoting the well-being of all children and their right to high quality early childhood education and care. The mission of OMEP Ireland is to raise awareness of...