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Creches in Redbridge

Creches offer short-term childcare for parents involved in an activity. Parents usually need to stay on the same premises as the creche. Creches are usually found within leisure facilities and training centres. In this section you will find some useful information on childcare, as well as details of…

Day Nurseries in Redbridge

Day nurseries offer childcare for children from 0 to 5 years of age. Opening times tend to coincide with a standard working day - 8.00am to 6.00pm on weekdays, 50 weeks of the year while some are open for slightly longer hours.  Ofsted inspect all registered childcare…

Childminders in Redbridge

Childminders offer flexible childcare for families with children and young people, often caring for children from 0 to 16 years of age. In this section you will find some useful information on choosing a childminder and the services they offer, as well as details of…

Pre-schools in Redbridge

Pre-schools generally offer part time childcare for children from 2 to 5 years of age, where young children under statutory school age have the opportunity to learn through play. Pre-schools may also be called playgroups, nurseries or kindergartens. Ofsted inspect all registered childcare providers in…

Home based childcare

Home based childcare (also referred to as nannies or au pairs) work within a family's home and can help with childcare and other household duties. If you are considering using a home based childcare provider you will need to decide the best way to do this. You…

Education and schools

One of the most important areas where you can support your child is in their schooling. When parents are involved in their children's education they tend to enjoy school more, go to their lessons regularly, get better results and have fewer problems with their behaviour.…

Secondary schools

If your child’s time at primary school comes to an end next summer, then this autumn term is the time to start thinking about what secondary school you want them to go to. Why start thinking now? Because your child won’t automatically be given a…

Getting involved in your child's education

As a parent, you will already know that you are your child’s most valuable teacher. The lessons they learn at home will affect how they interact with other people and the world around them. And, like most parents, you will probably want to do all…

Complementary and alternative therapies

Complementary and alternative therapies are those that fall outside of mainstream healthcare. Everything from acupuncture and homeopathy to aromatherapy, meditation and colonic irrigation can be considered complementary or alternative. This section has information on those that offer complementary or alternative therapies. As with details on other areas…

Counselling

Counselling is a type of talking therapy or psychological therapy. It involves talking to a counsellor about your problems. Counsellors are trained to listen sympathetically and can help you deal with any negative thoughts and feelings.  People sometimes use the word counselling to refer to talking therapies in…
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