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Early Education and Childcare

Offer support, training and advice to Early Education and Childcare providers/prospective providers to ensure quality and sufficiency of places for children aged 0-4yrs.

Early education and childcare training

The Tower Hamlets Workforce Development Team for Early Years provide information, guidance, support and a range of appropriate, high-quality training and networking opportunities relating to early years continuing professional development (CPD) in line with the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) statutory framework.

Early Help & Children and Families Service

Early Help ensures every family gets the right support at the right time

Early Help Assessment (eEHA)

Guidance and information on how to use the eEHA system.

Early Help Hub

I need help with a problem my family is facing and I want to find out what support is available.

Early learning and Childcare information for Schools

Advice covering the areas most requested by head teachers and their staff.

Early Years business and financial guidance

School business managers, head teachers and their governing bodies should familiarise themselves with this.

Early Years Foundation Stage

The Statutory Framework for Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) sets standards for an integrated approach to the learning, development and care of children from birth to 5 years old, including the reception year of school. All schools and Ofsted-registered early years providers (often called early years settings), must follow the EYFS, including childminders, pre schools, nurseries and school reception classes.

Early Years Inclusion

Tower Hamlets Early Years Service believes that each child is an individual with their own unique developmental profile. We are committed to inclusion and meeting the needs of all children. We use the term 'additional needs' instead of 'special educational needs' – as used in The Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Code of Practice: Birth to 25 – 2015 (SEND Code of Practice 2015) in order to avoid language which labels children as different or separate.

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