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  1. Anti-racism and cultural diversity

    This section is being developed to provide you with useful information and resources regarding equality, diversity and inclusion: A parents' guide to 'Black Lives Matter' Windrush Day Resources and information to support inclusion and diversity
  2. Applying for a school place: Admissions

    Applying for a primary school place for September 2024 start If your child was born between 1 September 2019 and 31 August 2020 you can apply for them to join the Reception Class 2024. The online application process is now open to submit your application.…
  3. Apprenticeships

    Please find below information about apprenticeships. Also, apprenticeship opportunities are regularly offered in Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC): GOV.UK: Become an apprentice National Careers Service  Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) Apprenticeships Programme 42 top apprenticeships programmes for young people in the UK
  4. Babysitters

    A babysitter is someone who temporarily cares for children on behalf of their parents or guardians. Babysitters are generally responsible for planning activities (games, sports, art) or supervising play dates. However, some babysitters will have other responsibilities such as cooking, feeding, transportation and helping with…
  5. BBEECS Funding Team

    The Bi-borough Early Years and Childcare Funding Team support registered childcare within: the private, voluntary and independent sector maintained nursery reception classes nursery schools Meet the Team: Prosscovia ApireBi-borough Early Years Funding ManagerMob: 07739 316190Email: [email protected] Debbie Cole Bi-borough Early Years Funding Officer (Kensington and Chelsea) Mob: 07739 316132Email: [email protected]
  6. BBEECS Training Coordinator

    Bi-borough Early Education and Childcare Service Training Coordinator I am the Training Coordinator for the Bi-borough Early Education and Childcare Service.  I coordinate the Continuous Professional Development programme which is designed to help Ofsted registered early years and childcare providers (including Childminders), children’s centres, schools…
  7. Becoming a Childminder

    To become a registered childminder you will need to hold a Level 3 or above in Childcare & Education and have worked with children under the age of 5 years in the past 2 years. If you do not have this qualification you will need to complete…
  8. Becoming a Nanny

    A Nanny provides childcare for children in the family’s own home.  There are a number of different types of Nanny: Live-in nannies live with the family in their home A live-out nanny travels to the family’s house each day A night nanny has a special knowledge of caring…
  9. Bereavement support

    We appreciate that this is a very difficult time and the unexpected loss of a loved one due to coronavirus can be particularly distressing. Please visit the Council’s website for information, guidance and advice on deaths, funerals and bereavement. The Council have also created leaflets for families,…
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