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30-hour free childcare entitlement (DfE)

This link provides details of the 30-hours free childcare consultation and the government's response outlining the next steps.

30-hour free childcare entitlement: delivery model, government response (DfE)

A consultation was conducted by the DfE on the 30-hour free childcare entitlement. A copy of the government's response can be found on the link below.

30.03.17 - Families accessing a stretched offer in Redbridge

Email regarding families accessing a stretched offer. Please log in to access the email

10 steps work book for PVI settings (Childcare Works)

Childcare Works has produced a range of guidance for all schools and settings on the implementation of the 30 hours. This includes the '10 steps work book for PVI settings'.…

10 steps work book for schools (Childcare Works)

Childcare Works has produced a range of guidance for all schools and settings on the implementation of the 30 hours. This includes the '10 steps work book for schools'. This…

More great childcare - Raising quality and giving parents more choice (DfE)

This report sets out a plan of action for how the government will achieve its vision of a dynamic childcare market, delivering high quality early education. It incorporates the government’s…

Evaluating our service to childcare providers

Your opinions of our service as a childcare provider are always welcome and we would encourage you to let us know any negative or positive feedback you may have. We…

Food and drink guidelines for Early Years (EYFS)

Voluntary food and drink guidelines are available from the Children's Food Trust (formerly School's Food Trust) to help early years providers and practitioners meet the nutritional needs of children aged one to…

Nursery Manager's Guide to Infection Control (NDNA)

This is a useful guide on infection control that will benefit all childcare providers

Notification of serious accidents, injuries and deaths

It is a legal requirement that all childcare providers on the Early Years and/or Childcare Registers notify the relevant authorities of any serious accidents, injuries to, and the death of, children…
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