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Butler Community Centre Playschool

Butler Community Centre Playschool

"LEARN THRU’ PLAY" Play has been proven to act as a vital instrument in children's development and thus, prepares children for ''Big School'', or National School. Each child's development is recorded to inform parents of their child's progression.

in September, places are very limited and children who are already attending will be prioritised for September. We still have some availability for this class and If your child has recently turned 3 they may be entitled to a free place. Please contact Rena on 086 3938729 for more information.in September, places are very limited and children who are already attending will be prioritised for September. We still have some availability for this class and If your child has recently turned 3 they may be entitled to a free place. Please contact Rena on 086 3938729 for more information.

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Teaching Children Through Play.

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Rena is qualified in FETAC Level 5 Early Years Education and Care, Level 6 Supervision in Childcare,  BA (Honours) Early Years Education and Care, MA Child Youth and Family.

Rachel is qualified to FETAC Level 5 in Early Years Education and Childcare and Level 6 Supervision in Childcare.

Both have studied Siolta (The National Quality Framework) and Aistear (Curriculum) in childcare and Buntus (National Sports Programme for Under 6's). We have been awarded a certificate from the HSE in recognition of our unique healthy eating and exercise programme for the last 6 years.

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Early Childhood Care and Education

We participate in the free government ECCE scheme where every child is entitled to one year's free preschool prior to starting national school. Contact Rena or Rachel for more information.

During the school year, the children will get to meet different representatives from our community services such as: The Gardai and Guide Dogs, Etc.  They are also offered the chance to experience our annual school tour where a great time is guaranteed for both adults and children.

 

Community Childcare Subvention (CCS) Programme

The Community Childcare Subvention (CCS) Programme is a childcare programme targeted to support parents on a low income to avail of reduced childcare costs at participating community childcare services.

 

Affordable Childcare Scheme (ACS)

Contact: Rena Walsh; 086 3938729

 

Date

23 January 2015

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About Us

The Butler Community Centre is incorporated as a "Company Limited By Guarantee" and has Charitable Status.

Charity No. CHY15120.

CRA No. 20051341

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