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  1. Before and After School Clubs (Out of School)

    In Hampshire there is a range of Ofsted registered or approved group settings and individuals (childminders) providing before and after school care. Out of school clubs:• provide safe and stimulating play opportunities for school age children at times when schools are not open• can operate before school…
  2. Childcare and Early Years Education

    From here you can search for Ofsted or Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) registered or approved childcare and early years education services for children and young people aged 0 – 16 years, including those who have additional needs (such as special educational needs and disabilities).  You…
  3. Childcare Options

      What options are available to help you care for your child? Choosing the type of childcare that will suit your family is an important decision and will be based on what is available to you, your working pattern, your child’s needs and the cost.…
  4. Early Years and Childcare Briefing Note

    Helpful update regarding everything associated with "Early Years and Childcare" including: New childcare offers for working parents Wraparound childcare for primary school age children New childminder start up grant and next information session The Apprenticeship and Skills Partnership Skills for Life - Multiply To view…
  5. Holiday Playschemes

    In Hampshire there is a range of Ofsted registered or approved group settings and individuals (childminders) providing childcare in the school holidays. Holiday Playschemes: provide safe and stimulating play opportunities for school age children throughout the school holidays typically cater for children aged four to…
  6. Inclusive Early Years Provision

    What does fully inclusive practice mean and how will you know if the service you have chosen for your child is inclusive? The SEND Code of Practice demands that '‘All children are entitled to an education that enables them to; achieve the best possible educational…
  7. Makaton in Early Years

    Makaton is a language programme using speech, signs and symbols which provides basic communication and everyday vocabulary which helps to develop language and literacy skills.Using Makaton helps adults and children who may have communication difficulties to develop their basic communication skills. These basic skills are…
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