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Pre-Schools and Nurseries (including school based provision)

In Hampshire there is a range of Ofsted or Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) registered group settings providing childcare and early years education.

Pregnancy tests: advice for young people

Pregnancy tests detect the presence of the pregnancy hormone in your body. This hormone is called human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG). Find out about when you can do a pregnancy test, and what to do if it's positive. A pregnancy test is the only way to…

Preparation for Adulthood

Growing up and becoming an adult isn’t easy for anyone. It is a time of big change in your life. During this time you should be at the centre of any discussions about the future. You will need to think of a number of things.…

Preparation for Adulthood (PfA) Outcomes Tool

The Department for Education have developed an outcomes tool (see external link on the left of this page) that is designed to support the development of PfA outcomes in EHC plans. It explores the key indicators for preparing for adulthood at different ages and stages of…

Preventing colds and flu

Many people believe vitamin C can cure the flu and echinacea can prevent colds. But is there scientific evidence to back this up? Can vitamin C stop a cold? "Research has found no evidence that vitamin C prevents colds," says Dr Hasmukh Joshi, vice-chair of the…

The Primary Behaviour Service

  The Primary Behaviour Service (PBS) supports Hampshire primary schools with children who have social, emotional and mental health needs that result in challenging behaviour in school.      

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy – Family Information and Services Hub (FISH) FISH is a sub-domain of Hampshire County Council’s website, Hantsweb. Details of the Council's Privacy Notice and use of Cookies.

Problem-solving Toolkit from Cerebra

Supporting disabled people and carers. Cerebra is a unique charity set up to help improve the lives of children with neurological conditions. Cerebra have launched a ‘Problem-solving’ toolkit, which aims to support disabled people and carers, as well as their families and advisers, who are encountering difficulties with the…

Protect them from child abuse

The chances of your child being harmed by an adult are very small. But there are still steps you can take to protect them. People who abuse children can come from all walks of life, and all ages, classes and professions. They can also be…

Protect your ears from loud music

Noise levels around the stages at music festivals can reach 110 decibels or more. That's like standing next to a jackhammer drilling into concrete. Spending too long listening to loud music can cause permanent damage to your ears, resulting in problems such as tinnitus and hearing loss.…
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