The Kinderproject supported by the Department of Education’s new Pathway Fund was launched on 6 July 2016 in the South Eastern Outcomes Area. Kilcooley Women’s Centre, a member of the Kilcooley Locality Planning Group, will work with early years partners to help 40 children from birth to four years offering early intervention support which tackles social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. Minster for Education, Peter Weir spoke from the launch event, ‘The early years sector makes a valuable contribution to the lives of our children by ensuring their early years’ experience is both positive and fulfilling. The future stability of our society and the success of our economy depend on there being a high quality education system that can stand alongside the best in the world’.
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