Dublin North West Area Partnership -Education Section

Address: Rosehill House
Finglas
Dublin 11

Cabra Office
Annamoe Terrace
Cabra
Dublin 7

Contact Name: Jo Toomey

Email: jo.toomey@dnwap.ie

Phone: 01 8361666

Fax: 01 8640211

Web site: www.dnwap.ie

Opening Hours: We are open Monday to Friday
Monday to Thursday: 9.00 am to 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm to 5.00pm
Friday: 9.00 am to 1.00pm- 2.00 pm to 4:30 pm

Who can use the service?: Children and Families experiencing Disadvantage
Disadvantaged Young People (15-24)
Disadvantaged Women
Lone Parents
Low Income Workers/Households
New Communities
People living in Disadvantaged communities
People with Disabilities
Travellers
Roma
The Unemployed
The Disengaged from the Labour Market
People Coming Out of Homelesness

Cost: None

Referrals

Informal referrals accepted: Yes

Formal referrals accepted: Yes

Referrals accepted from: All

How to make a referral: Contact us.

 

What Do We Do?

Centre Overview

Dublin North West Area Partnership is a Local Development company covering the Dublin North West Region.

DNWAP delivers a range of services including local and community development, Life Long Learning and Educational Supports, Employment Supports and Supports for those interested in starting their own business.

The Vision of DNWAP is of full participation in a thriving community with opportunities for all.

Key Aims & Objectives of Service

To increase the number of students completing school and progressing to third level education, through various actions
To increase the literacy (verbal, auditory, written, numbers, comprehension) levels in all age groups
Increase the wellbeing of children and families experiencing disadvantage

Services Provided

At the moment we are running a range of programmes for children and families through our Regional Education Network

Programmes include High Achievers Hubs, Homework Clubs and supports for emotional wellbeing.

DNWAP also have a range of supports for parents and carers including 'Your Time To Shine' a programme for lone parents interested in returning to Education or Employment, Training in Supporting Youth Mental Health and Nutrition and Wellbeing Programmes.

DNWAP also offers assistance to those moving to further and higher education including our Education Hardship Fund, Life after Leaving Cert and career guidance and counselling.

DNWAP also commission research into educational needs when required.

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