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  1. GDPR information

    Below we have put together relevant information about the GDPR: PACEY: GDPR guide EY Alliance: preparing for GDPR NDNA: data protection FAQ's Data Protection fee Should you have any queries, please contact the Early Years Advisory Team
  2. Get Your Free Flu Vaccine

    There are a rising number of flu cases in children, sometimes these cases can be very serious. The free flu vaccine is the best way to protect them and others from flu. Vaccinations can take up to two weeks to take effect so now is…
  3. 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…
  4. 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…
  5. Health and Development Reviews

    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 for their new…
  6. 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…
  7. Healthy Start

    If you’re pregnant or have children under the age of 4 you can get payments every 4 weeks to spend on: • cow’s milk • fresh, frozen or tinned fruit and vegetables • infant formula milk • fresh, dried, and tinned pulses You can also…
  8. Help for low income families

    The government provides information on a number of different Benefits for families, including who they are for and how you can apply for them, including; Apply for free school meals Benefits calculators Care to Learn Carer's Credit Childcare Grant Claim if you were injured while serving…
  9. Helpful information when choosing a Childminder

    Helpful information when choosing a Childminder Here are some key facts and things to consider when looking to use a childminder. What is a registered childminder? A childminder is a person providing care for one or more children aged between birth and 18, to whom…
  10. Holiday Activities and Food programme (HAF)

    The Holiday Activities and Food Programme (HAF) is a Department for Education (DfE) initiative that provides activity and food provision for children aged 4-16 during the Easter, Summer and Christmas Holidays. The programme includes summer camps, sports, arts, cooking, mentoring and leadership, and a wide…
  11. Holiday clubs and playschemes

    These can offer a wide range of activities such as sports, outdoor and indoor games, arts, crafts and drama. Many operate a booking system and may give substantial discounts to parents who book early. Other schemes offer 'open access' where children can just turn up…
  12. Information for childminders

    Welcome to the Kensington and Chelsea Early Years Hub, a dedicated space for 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. Please feel free to explore the different…
  13. Information for Childminders

    Welcome to the Kensington and Chelsea Early Years Hub, a dedicated space for 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. Please feel free to explore the different…
  14. Involving an Educational Psychologist (EP)

    What is an Educational Psychologist (EP)? Educational and Child Psychologists have expertise in education, learning, child development and the application of psychology to improve the learning and well-being/mental health of children and young people from birth up to the age of 25 years. They apply…
  15. Join the Family Hubs Parent and Carer Shadow Board

    Dear Parents and Carers, The Kensington and Chelsea Family Hubs Team are currently recruiting Parents and Carers who wish to become Shadow Boards. Please find more information on the leaflet below. Should you wish to express interest in this opportunity, do not hesitate to contact…
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