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Early Years and Childcare job vacancies

Are you looking to work in the Early Years sector? this section provides information about current job oportunities in nurseries and pre-schools accross Kensington and Chelsea an surrounding areas: Holland Park Pre-Prep & NurseryJob Title: Early Years Educator (Under 2s)Hours: 45 hrs per weekSalary: Up…

Early years clusters

To support the drive to improve the outcomes for all children across the bi-borough we have developed Early Years cluster groups to respond to the needs and challenges within targeted localities of the Bi-borough.  There are three clusters in Westminster and a north and south…

Early Years Conference - Friday 24th February 2023

The Bi-borough Early Education and Childcare Service would like to invite you to the Early Years Conference: ‘EYFS Reforms: Time for Reflection’ which is taking place on FRIDAY 24th February 2023 from 9.15am to 1.30pm. We have brought together an EXCITING PROGRAMME of Early Years…

Early Years Consultancy Service

The Early Years Consultancy Service is made up to early years advisory teachers and early years development officers. The team provides specialist support to all our childcare providers (including children’s centres) within the maintained, private, voluntary and independent sectors. The Early Years consultants provide support based on a…

Early Years Hub for practitioners

'Brilliant Beginnings for ALL Children' Welcome to the Bi-Borough Early Years Hub, a dedicated platform to support Early Years Practitioners and Childminders in Kensington and Chelsea. In this section, we aim to provide you with important updates, information and guidance, which hopefully you will find useful.…

Early Years in schools

Welcome to the Kensington and Chelsea Early Years Hub, a dedicated space for Early Years Professionals in schools in Kensington and Chelsea. In this section, we aim to provide you with important updates, information and guidance, which hopefully you will find useful. Please feel free…

Early Years Premium (EYPP)

The Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) gives providers additional funding to support disadvantaged 3- and 4-year-old pupils who meet the eligibility criteria. Hourly rate It is paid at 60p per hour.   Eligibility Three and four-year olds will be eligible for EYPP if the child receives…

Educational Psychology Consultation Service training

Our SLA for Schools: The EPCS offers a large range of training to schools promoted through our Schools SLA and through our school link EPs. We encourage schools to think about additional services they would like that relate to child and educational psychology and to request…

Educational, training and employment opportunities for young people

You can leave school on the last Friday in June if you’ll be 16 by the end of the summer holidays. However, you must then do one of the following until you are 18: stay in full-time education, for example at a college start an…

EHC needs assessment (EHCNA)

What is an EHCNA? (Education, Health and Care needs assessment) This is the initial document submitted in the process which is then reviewed by the Early Years panel who look at the evidence to decide whether they agree to assess for the Education Health Care…

Emotional wellbeing support for young people

Mental health is just like physical health, everybody has it, and it’s important to take care of it. Feeling down some of the time is normal, but if you want to talk to someone about your thoughts or feelings, there are plenty of routes you…

ESOL (English to Speakers of other Languages) courses

In this section you can explore ESOL learning opportunities: NOVA New Opportunities Morley College The Clement James Centre Response Community Projects Workers Education Association (WEA) Should you have any queries, please contact the Family Information Service

EY Virtual Conference 2021

Thank you for attending our first virtual conference. Many of you wanted to receive the presentations from the workshops and this page has been created so that you can access the documents. We hope that these become useful tools for your childcare business. 2020-2021- INCLUSION…

EYFS

Please find here relevant information and links regarding the EYFS: New EYFS framework (from Sep 2021) EYFS guidance on exemptions EYFSP handbook EY inspection handbook Development matters Progress check at age 2 Should you have any queries, please contact the Early Years Advisory Team

EYFS adopter documents

Please find here relevant information and links regarding the EYFS EYFS Profile EYFS reform change map Development Matters EYFSP reforms early adopter version handbook Should you have any queries, please contact the Early Years Advisory Team

FACES - Family and Communities Employment Service

FACES is made up of a team of work coaches and specialists who work closely with individuals and families that have struggled to get into work and may be facing other problems in their lives. FACES will locate at both Youth Hub sites once a…

Families and Communities Employment Service (FACES)

The Families and Communities Employment Service (FACES) offers professional and friendly one-to-one support to help you into work, training or education. Our FACES coaches can also work with you to tackle any other difficulties in your life – from housing problems to debt or childcare…

Family hubs & Children's centres

Children’s Centres and Family Hubs are there to support mum, dad and their children including grandparents and carers caring for children, with friendly, experienced and qualified staff on hand to assist you with making choices and using services. These are great places for families and communities…

Family Hubs newsletters

Please click on the links below to access the latest Kensington and Chelsea Family Hubs newsletters: 2022 July 2022 edition June 2022 edition  May 2022 edition April 2022 edition 2021 December 2021 edition November 2021 edition July 2021 edition June 2021 edition May 2021 edition…

Family Information Service

An important part of the RBKC Early Help Offer includes providing families with the information advice and guidance they need to be able to help themselves, with minimum involvement from services. Information on local and national support services can be found within the related links…

Family Information Service (FIS) Newsletters

Please click on the link below to access the latest newsletter: Kensington and Chelsea FIS newsletter summer 2022 edition Kensington and Chelsea FIS newsletter spring 2022 edition Kensington and Chelsea FIS newsletter winter 2021 edition Kensington and Chelsea FIS newsletter autumn 2021 edition Kensington and…

Family Information Service updates: Covid-19

For general information from the Council regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) please visit Kensington and Chelsea’s coronavirus advice and information pages. For support for families with children and young people who have special educational needs and disabilities, please visit the Local Offer COVID-19 webpage. National guidance…

Family Support

This section aims to provide guidance on how to help keep your family safe and well.  Early Help Safeguarding children Domestic violence and abuse Organisations and services providing family support

Financial support for young people

Please find below information about financial support available for young people: Student finance University and college hardship funds Learner support: financial help for over 19s Dance and drama awards Bursaries, scholarships and awards Care leaving services Children Services charitable trust The Princes' Trust Help for…

Financial support, housing and food

Financial support If you have financial concerns, support is available to provide you with information or speak specifically about your situation. Please visit the Kensington and Chelsea webpage on how the council and government can support you financially. You can also contact the Local Support Payments helpline…
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