Thursday, September 15 2022
Are you interested in a career in Early years Education? Hope Childcare are seeking passionate and motivated early years practitioners to work in our services located in Limerick, Dublin & Cork.
A minimum qualification of QQI level 5 in Childcare is required. Candidates are subject to Garda vetting and reference checks.
Who we are:
Hope childcare is an early years facility that cater to children ages 1 year to 12 years. We are an inclusive service and cater to all children. We have a wobbler, toddler, ECCE, afterschool and an Early Intervention Preschool class. We believe that are practitioners are to be celebrated for the work they do with the children in our care and for who they are.
What is our Aim:
We strive to create a safe and caring world of play where our children can learn for life. We aim to create a work place environment that is warm and a place where staff feel valued and appreciated
What we offer our team:
We offer a supportive, inclusive and fun working environment. We offer monthly CPD training, team meetings, annual salary review, award nights, employee assistance program and a really supportive management team who want the best for everyone in our services. We love to celebrate staff achievements and will assist in anyway we can to help staff progress in their careers. There are opportunities for career progression in our services. We value all our motivated and committed staff members.
Limerick County: Murroe
Dublin: Inchicore, Clonsilla & Fortlawn Park
To apply please contact Anne Keogh – email@example.com or Kate O’Connell firstname.lastname@example.org
+353 1 571 5334
Wednesday, October 30 2019
Wednesday, March 06 2019
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Tuesday, November 07 2017
My son was diagnosed with ASD earlier this year. He had just turned three. It was a very stressful time as my partner and I tried to figure out how best to help and support our son.
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Sunday, June 18 2017
Siobhan answering questions about her dad.
HAPPY FATHER'S DAY from HOPE
To all the men (granddad, uncles, step dad, brothers, cousins, a friend etc) who are positve male figures in a child's with or without autism life YOU ARE THE UNSUNG HEROES OF FATHER'S DAY.
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Friday, June 16 2017
Our PECs course is filing up very quickly. All those interested please contct Tanya Neeson on 086-1422410 or email her on email@example.com to arrange payment and for more information as soon as possible.
This training is being done by Pyramid Educational Consultants and everyone will recieve their PECs certificate at the end of day 2.
Please see below full details.
Venue: Mountview Youth and Community Centre Lohunda Downs, Clonsilla Dublin 15.
Date: Wednesday the 30th and Thursday the 31st August 2017
Time: 9am to 5pm.
Registration: 8:30 - 9am
The cost for the course is €200 which includes the pecs manual, training notes and lunch for both days. We required a deposit of €80 to hold the place and full payment by the 15th August 2017.
Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.
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Wednesday, June 14 2017
We are having our official Open Day in St Leila's kenyon Avenue Kileely Limerick on Tuesday 27th June at 12pm. Guest the Lord Mayor Gleeson.
Looking forward to seeing you all there.
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Wednesday, June 14 2017
HOPE is delighted to be hosting PEC's training on 30th and 31st August 2017 in Dublin. This training will be run by Pyramid Educational Consultants from PECS (https://www.pecs-unitedkingdom.com/pecs.php). Please contact us if you would like to attend cost is €200 per person including lunch both days.
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Monday, May 01 2017
The 2016/2017 academic year ends in June for the mainstream Montessori class and July for all our Autism classes. More details will follow as the school year draws to an end.
Tuesday, April 01 2014