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Elective Home Education

Elective Home Education (EHE) is the term used to describe a parent’s decision to educate their child from home, instead of sending them to school. EHE is different to home tuition or education provided by a local…

Reception baseline assessment

Children who start Reception in September 2021 will be the first group to take the new reception baseline assessment ;(RBA). ;The assessment will take place during the autumn term. ;The assessment is a short and…

Complaints or concerns about registered childcare providers

If you are concerned about something you've seen or heard at an early years or childcare setting, the advice from Ofsted is to try and discuss your concerns with the provider directly. If you can't resolve the issue…

Childcare Choices

As a parent or carer, you know what's best for your child. The things you and your child do together at home ;are the most important step ;in giving them the best start in life. Care from friends, grandparents and other…

Early Education and Childcare

As a parent or carer, you know what's best for your child. The things you and your child do together at home ;are the most important step ;in giving them the best start in life. Care from friends, grandparents and other…

Starting School booklet - top tips for parents

Visions Children's Centre has produced an information booklet for parents with children who are due to start primary school in September 2020. The booket includes top tips to help support your child with starting…

Process for schools if a child is not contactable for safe and well checks

Each school and education provision is required to have contact with pupils to ensure their safety and well-being, in person, albeit virtually. If no contact has been possible, the school or education provider…

Choosing the right kind of childcare for your family

As a parent or carer, you know what's best for your child. The things you and your child do together at home ;are the most important step ;in giving them the best start in life. Care from friends, grandparents and other…

Medical Needs Policy

The Medical Needs Policy is there to support children who can’t attend school full time because of a medical need. This can be a physical need or a mental health need. The policy is there to support children who have…

Help With Childcare Costs

You can get help paying for childcare if it’s provided by a: registered childminder, playscheme, nursery or club childminder with an Ofsted-registered childminding agency registered school home careworker…
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