26 01, 2021

Seeking The Views Of Nursery And Foundation Stage Leaders And Teachers

2021-02-16T13:07:43+00:00January 26th, 2021|Research, Schools|

PlayBoard NI in partnership with The Controlled Schools’ Support Council (CSSC) and Stranmillis University College, is seeking the views of practitioners in relation to the impact of the pandemic on play in practice. We are interested in hearing from nursery and foundation stage teachers about your experiences of working [...]

20 11, 2020

Survey Shows Covid-19 Restrictions Could Have Long-term Impact On Children’s Play And Development

2020-11-21T19:00:22+00:00November 20th, 2020|Research|

Children and young people in Northern Ireland have been significantly affected by the restrictions associated with lockdown, with their natural desire to play curbed, potentially impacting their long-term health, wellbeing and development, according to new research published by PlayBoard NI, the lead agency for play in Northern Ireland. Earlier [...]

18 05, 2020

Our Generation Team Joins PlayBoard

2021-03-24T14:06:55+00:00May 18th, 2020|Advocacy, OUR Generation, Research|

PlayBoard is delighted to welcome our new Our Generation team to the organisation and introduce this exciting new project. The Our Generation project is supported by the European Union’s PEACE IV Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB) and is a collaborative partnership between Action Mental Health [...]

29 04, 2020

PlayBoard Member Survey – Impact Of Covid-19

2020-04-29T15:47:16+01:00April 29th, 2020|Research|

For member organisations – charities and those in the community, voluntary, private, and statutory sectors in Northern Ireland At this time of significant challenge for all, PlayBoard NI is undertaking a survey aimed at identifying the impact of Covid-19 on those members who are based within the charity, community, voluntary, [...]

2 03, 2020

Mental Health And Technology Biggest Challenges For Parents

2020-03-02T12:38:16+00:00March 2nd, 2020|Research|

Parenting NI have shared the results from their Big Parenting Survey 2019 which surveyed 1,358 parents across Northern Ireland last year. The charity reports that the biggest challenges for parents are: [fusion_progress height="" text_position="above_bar" show_percentage="yes" unit="%" percentage="18" filledcolor="#00bcd4" filledbordersize="" filledbordercolor="" unfilledcolor="#f6f6f6" striped="no" animated_stripes="no" textcolor="#333333" [...]

10 01, 2020

State of the Sector (School Age Childcare) Survey 2020

2020-01-29T15:31:10+00:00January 10th, 2020|Research, School Age Childcare|

Work is progressing on the development of an Executive Childcare Strategy for Northern Ireland.  This survey offers an opportunity to gather a range of information about practice, the characteristics of the workforce and importantly your views on the challenges facing the sector now and in the future.  The results of [...]

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