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  1. - Ready to Learn

    READY to LEARN starts at birth with the support of parents and other important adults who care for them.  Children are READY to LEARN when they can play with their friends and interact with the familiar adults in their lives, learn new skills, try things…
  2. Business planning (extended entitlement)

    In this section you will find information to support your business planning, including: Understand your business Understand your finances Understand the local market Managing and monitoring your finances Using market research to plan
  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. Childcare costs in Redbridge

    The local authority is responsiblefor analysing the average costs of childcare. This helps families to plan for their childcare needs and also feeds into national research on the costs of childcare for families.
  5. Communications

    This section is for early years and childcare settings and provides a record of all communications sent by FiND, Redbridge Early Years and sent on behalf of other organisations. As many of the updates contain information specific to settings you will need to be logged…
  6. Contacting the Redbridge Early Years Service

    Early Years and Childcare Improvement Teams (EYCIT) The Early Years and Childcare Improvement Teams (EYCIT) provide advice, guidance and support to early years and childcare settings. This can include where you have a query relating to the EYFS, business support and developing your childcare practice. …
  7. Council Services

    This section brings together details of all council- managed children's services and teams in Redbridge. Services for adults whose duties may impact on the children within family are also inculded on this section.  
  8. Early learning for 2 year olds (practitioners)

    Up to 40% of two year olds nationally are entitled to up to 15 hours of funded early education a week term time until they become entitled for the universal funded early education for three and four year olds (the term following their third birthday)…
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