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Inishowen playgroup are all smiles 09.03.20

THERE were huge smiles at Quigley’s Point Community Playgroup this week when staff were presented with a free package of electronic storybooks from Meantóir – an Inishowen based company supporting early childhood services. The hard working playgroup staff, led by Breege McLaughlin, were rewarded for getting 100% of their parents signed up to Mosaic – the new early education app, from Meantóir, that connects parents to their child’s pre-school education and care.
Conall Sweeney presented Quigley’s Point Community Playgroup with a free Mosaic package of electronic storybooks. Pictured left-right are Julie Kilgore, Roisin Smith, Conall Sweeney and Breege McLaughlin.
Conall Sweeney Project Manager for Mosaic said "We felt it was important to recognise the huge efforts that Breege and her team have made. One of the aims of Mosaic is for the early childhood service to provide learning and care updates to parents in real time and Quigley’s Point Community Playgroup were first past the post in achieving this for the 2019/20 school year."
When asked what difference Mosaic had made to her work this year, Breege commented "Mosaic has made me love my job even more. I no longer have to take paperwork home and spend hours of my own time compiling child records. Using the app has made my personal time my own again." She added "I want to thank parents and families for trusting us to deliver a brand new way of recording and documenting children’s learning through the app."
The Mosaic app was designed and brought to the market by Greencastle woman Avril McMonagle. This is only one of the supports provided to early education providers through her company Meantóir. For more information see www.mosaicelc.ie .
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