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Breakfast clubs in Redbridge

Breakfast clubs offer childcare before the school day starts. They are generally open to those aged from 4 years to 12 years although some are able to cater for older children. Clubs are either offered by a school or by an external childcare provider based at a school or local community venue. Those that aren't based at a school offer drop-off services to local schools where children will either walk or be driven to their school. Breakfast clubs can also be referred to as an out of school club.

Ofsted inspect all registered childcare providers in accordance with the Early Years Register or the Childcare Register - find out more about what to expect from your childcare provider here.

Depending on availability of breakfast clubs who cater for your child's school you may want to visit different clubs in your area to find one that you and your child are happy with. In addition to making families aware of the money available to help pay for childcare, FiND also provides advice and guidance on the following:

If you still can't find what you need or you need a little extra support in finding childcare please contact FiND and we'll see if we can help.

Please note that all information in the childcare records are supplied by the providers themselves and are updated on a regular basis.

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