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  1. Redbridge Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) Programme

    Also known as HAF, this programme is being provided to enable eligible children to access the following during the school holidays: Daily physical activity Enriching activities Nutritional education Children and young people who took part in last year’s programme had a great time and made new…
  2. Money matters

    Money, money, money! That is what these pages tell you about - the funding that is available to help you as a family what ever your circumstance, along with the sources of advice available for all things money. Emergency Food: There are organisations in Redbridge who…
  3. Childcare and Early Education in Redbridge

    In this area you will find details of how to choose the right place for your child, as well as details of registered and unregistered childcare and early education providers.   The sections below will help you in choosing an early years or childcare setting.  To…
  4. EPT - Empowering Parents Together (Redbridge)

    Welcome to EPT -  Empowering Parents Together (Redbridge) Are you a parent or carer of a child or young person with special educational needs or a disability aged 0-25 living in Redbridge? Do you want better services for them? We help parent carers of children…
  5. Fostering and Adoption

    Fostering gives many children a chance to have a brighter future. By choosing to foster a child you will be offering them a home on a temporary basis, as most children will return home after a period of time, but some foster parents offer long…
  6. Immunisation

    The NHS provides a checklist of the vaccines that are routinely offered to everyone in the UK free of charge on the NHS and the ages at which they should ideally be given. If you're not sure whether you or your child have had all your routine vaccinations, ask your GP…
  7. Places to go for families

    If you are looking for fun days out or somewhere to go with your family or friends, please see this section for a range of ideas. Looking for things to do for the family? Visit the Things to do section to find details of farms, leisiure centres,…
  8. Funded play and childcare places for 2 year olds

    Children of eligible parents can access up to 15 hours of funded play, childcare and early education for up to 15 hours per week. If eligible, your child could get up to 15 hours a week of funded early learning and childcare in a participating day nursery,…
  9. Early learning for 3 & 4 year olds

    Find out more about 3 & 4 year old funding   For information on the following, please click here: What are the benefits of a funded place? Is my child eligible for the universal entitlement? Is my child eligible for the extended entitlement (30 hours)? How do…
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