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  1. Early Years and Childcare job vacancies

    There are many sites where you can learn about the current possitions in childcare available in Kensington and Chelsea Some are listed below: Level 3 Early Years Qualified Teachers and Level 2 teaching assistants for Gardens Montessori Nurseries Kensington & Chelsea Borough | Find Childcare in…
  2. Early Years and Childcare qualifications and courses

    The following link provides information about the qualifications that can currently be achieved in England: Qualifications achieved in the United Kingdom - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) There is flexibility of flexibility and options if you would like to obtain Early Years and Childcare qualifications, both online and in-person.…
  3. Early Years funding rates

    Please see below funding rates for financial year 2024/25:  Kensington and Chelsea  Universal Entitlement (3/4YO) – 15hrs £7.47 Working Family Entitlement (3/4YO) – 30hrs £7.47 Disadvantaged 2YO Entitlement – 15hrs £9.98 Working Family Entitlement (2YO) - 15hrs  £9.98 Working Family Entitlement (9 month to 2YO)…
  4. 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.…
  5. 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…
  6. Early Years in schools

    Welcome to the Kensington and Chelsea Early Years Hub, a dedicated space for Early Years provision in maintained 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…
  7. Early Years Premium (EYPP) for practitioners

    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 The current rates can be accessed on the following page: Kensington and Chelsea EY funding rates.  Eligibility Three and four-year olds will…
  8. Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP)

    The Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) is additional funding given to early years providers to improve the education they provide to some 3 and 4-year-olds. Providers will use the money in ways that they think will support your child’s learning and development. This should be…
  9. The Education System in the UK

    In the UK, education is compulsory for all children between the ages of 5 (4 in Northern Ireland) and 16. In addition, the National Curriculum in England and Wales is constructed in five Key Stages:  1. Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Non-compulsory stage of education for…
  10. 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…
  11. Family Hub newsletters

    Please click on the links below to access the latest Kensington and Chelsea Family Hubs newsletters: 2024 May March February 2023 December September July May March February 2022 December September July June May April 2021 December November July June May April March  2020 December  November…
  12. Family Hubs

    Family Hubs are a new way of bringing together all the support you may need as a family, from pregnancy through to young people turning 19 (or 25 if they have a disability). There is a children’s centre in each of the Family Hubs with activities…
  13. Family Hubs locations and timetables

    There are several locations where you can access services. Find out where is your nearest Family Hub and the current timetable: Family Hubs North Summer 2024 Family Hubs South Summer 2024 Family Hubs Summer holiday timetable 2024
  14. Financial support towards the cost of wraparound childcare

    Providers will set their own fees for wraparound places, so prices will vary. Parents will pay their wraparound childcare provider directly for their child’s place.  Parents eligible for Tax-Free Childcare or Universal Credit Childcare will be able to use the support to help pay for wraparound care. Tax-Free Childcare could…
  15. Fire safety

    Fire Safety The London Fire Brigade website provides information on common risks within the home and how to reduce them. The site provides information on how to conduct your own home fire safety check. Worried about a child or young person who has set fires?…
  16. Fostering and Adoption

    The Kensington and Chelsea Adoption Service is now run by Coram Ambitious for Adoption. If you are enquiring about Adopting a Child please contact [email protected]  If you are enquiring about Post Adoption Support please contact [email protected] If you are enquiring about your birth or adoption records prior to 1975 (National Children’s Adoption Association) please…
  17. Free school meals (FSM)

    Free school meals is a government initiative which provides children with a nutritious meal during term time. You can apply for free school meals if your child is in full time education and you receive any of the following benefits: Universal Credit (provided you have an…
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