Parent Statement for Partner Services and Quality Action Plan Report 2023

Parent Statement for Partner Services

As a Partner Service, we offer subsidy schemes to parents and receive Core Funding. This Parent
Statement outlines some of the important things you can expect from us, as a Partner Service. This Parent
Statement is provided as a condition of the Core Funding Partner Service Funding Agreement, the NCS,
ECCE and CCSP Saver Funding agreements and informs the agreement in place between us {input
service name} and the parents/guardians that use our service. The Minister of Children, Equality, Disability,
Integration and Youth is not a party to this agreement which is solely between the service and

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Our Core Funding Quality Action Plan Report 2023

Core Funding supports Partner Services with their financial sustainability while enhancing the quality, affordability and accessibility of their services. In accordance with Partnership for the Public Good, (DCEDIY 2021) the new Core Funding model commits to drive high-quality service provision. To support this, Core Funding requires all early learning and care (ELC), school-age childcare (SAC) and childminding services that benefit from Core Funding to complete an annual Quality Action Plan, and report on same using tools provided by the Department and their agents.

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Childcare Relief Panel Vacancy

We are hiring!!

We are are recruiting for our childcare relief panel. Applicants must hold a minimum of a QQI level 5 in Early Years Education or equivalent. We have morning and afternoon sessions available and would love to hear from you if you would like to join our amazing team. If you would like to know more about the post, please contact Debbie with your CV at

Ozanam House will be starting our Preparation for Preschool Programme on Tuesday 25th October 2022

This programme has been designed by Hill St FRC to help children and their parents to prepare for starting preschool in September 2023. To begin, the parents attend the same group as their children and in time, will attend a separate parent’s group in the Centre. We will be supporting the children’s independence skills, social and communication development so that they will be ready for the new world of preschool next September.

When:Every Tuesday and Friday from 10am to 12pm
Who:Parents of children aged between 2 years 3 months to 3 years 3 months
Cost:€5 voluntary contribution per term

Contact: Debbie Keegan: 01 874 2804 or

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