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  1. Early education and childcare

    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…
  2. Early years entitlement guidance for 2 year olds

    Children of eligible parents can access up to 15 hours of funded 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 childcare and early learning in a participating day nursery, pre-school,…
  3. Early years entitlements for 2 year olds

    Find out more about two year old funding For information on the following, please click here: I am a working parent - is my child eligible and how do I apply? I am on benefits and/or a low income - is my child eligible and how…
  4. Early years entitlements 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…
  5. Early Years Play and Development Centre | EYPaD

    EYPaD is a new service from Redbridge Early Years. Enjoy affordable daily sessions at a time to suit you, with bespoke environments for babies and toddlers and an onsite café (to open soon) to make your visit even more enjoyable. EYPaD (pronounced 'EYE – PAD')…
  6. 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.…
  7. Employment and training

    Many parents now seek to combine work and family life and there are a number of services devoted to helping families.  Whether you want to go to college to learn new skills, need help finding a job or changing your job you will find information…
  8. Family mediation

    Family mediation is an alternative to using just lawyers or the courts to resolve matters relating to child arrangements and finances at a time of divorce or separation.It is a voluntary process that enables separating couples to resolve their differences in a series of meetings…
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