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GDPR - what is it and how it affects you as a childminder  PACEY have put together Information and video about GDPR and how this affect’s childminders Further information about GDPR can be found here: Currently the fee is £40.00 per year for childminders reduced to £35.00 if paid…

GDPR information

Below we have put together relevant information about the GDPR: PACEY: GDPR guide EY Alliance: preparing for GDPR GDPR guide Data Protection fee Should you have any queries, please contact the Early Years Advisory Team

Glossary of terms

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Glossary of terms

Key words explained Somtimes it can be tricky to keep track of all the complex words and abbreviations used when talking about special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). To make it a bit easier, we have produced our a glossary of key words explained which…

Good Practice

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Grenfell Related Events and Services

This page has been created with the anniversary of the Grenfell Tower tragedy in mind. Here you will find links to pages for events happening this week, as well as information about organisations who can provide support for those who have been affected. Click on…


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Guidance for service providers

There are two sections of this website: Information for Families provides information to all parents and carers of children and young people aged 0-19 years, or 0-25 years if their child has a Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND). The SEND Local Offer focuses on providing accessible…

Headcount dates

Headcount dates for the following terms are as follows: Headcount date for autumn term Portal opens and closes * 8th October 2020 21st September – 16th October 2020   Headcount date for spring term Portal opens and closes 21st January 2021 4th January 2021- 31st…


COVID-19 / Coronavirus We have created a page to provide service updates and useful resources relating to Family Information. Please click here to access the page We want our directory to be as helpful and easy-to-use as possible. All feedback from parents, professionals and young…

Health and Development Reviews

If you have a toddler aged 8 – 15 months and/or 2 – 2.5 years, you should be hearing from your local Health Visiting Team to invite you to attend a Health & Developmental Review. We strongly encourage you to attend these to ensure the…

Health visiting

Health visiting services Health Visitors offer services to families within our children’s centres and local health centres to provide services to families in locations close to their home. After attending antenatal classes and being seen at home by midwives, parents will receive information and support…

The Healthy Early Years programme and award scheme

The Healthy Early Years programme and award scheme is funded by the Public Health team for Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster. The programme has been based on the success of the Healthy Schools programme across the three boroughs and started as a pilot programme in…

The Healthy Early Years Programme and Award Scheme (EY Hub)

The Healthy Early Years programme and award scheme is funded by the Public Health team for Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster. The programme has been based on the success of the Healthy Schools programme across the three boroughs and started as a pilot programme in…

Healthy Start

Healthy Start Healthy start is a national programme which provide weekly free vouchers for low income families with children under four, to spend on milk, plain fresh and frozen fruit and vegetables, and infant formula milk. You can also get free vitamins. You may be…

Hearing impairment / Deafness

In this section you will find useful information and resources: National Deaf Children’s Society information and guidance can be found here. Glue ear information

Hearing support

In this section you will find useful information and referrals pathway: Referral form pathway for hearing support Hearing support service offer 2019-2020 Glue ear information sheet

Help for Self Employed

Here are some useful links for self-employed, and these links offer guidance on how to access financial help from the Government. Self Employment & Universal Credit Employment & Support Allowance Covid-19 Small Business Government Grant Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Citizen’s Advice…

Helpful information when choosing a Childminder

Here are some key facts and items to consider when looking to use a childminder.

Holiday clubs and playschemes

Note: Please note that breakfast and after school clubs might be running at a reduced capacity, or might not be running at all at the present time due to COVID-19 / Coronavirus. Contact the school or provider directly for more information. These can offer a…

Home learning packs and activities:

Please find useful resources through the link below brought to you by KIDS: Classroom Secrets. Additional resources are also available on: (please note that there might be a charge for other activities and packs available on this site)

Home-start Westminster

Home-start supports ANY family living in Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea who needs them, provided there is at least 1 child under 5, or a baby on the way.  Rich or poor, settled or transient; there are times when we all need support and friendship but…

Housing Information and advice

Information and advice to help you find suitable accommodation, advice on keeping your home, and homelessness.

How to Apply for a Grant

To apply please complete the application form to the right and send it to us with the key documents listed below Key documents We require you to provide the following information in order to ensure the application meets the criteria and is not fraudulent: a witnessed copy of a passport or driving…

Hungry Little Minds Campaign Toolkit

Improving early communication, language and literacy development is a key priority for the government and a cornerstone of building a country that works for everyone. Some of the poorest children in the UK start school months behind their peers and the gap can grow through…
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