Coronavirus, early years and childcare

To prevent the spread of coronavirus and in order to follow government guidelines, families should only attend a Children’s centre if they have been invited to do so.

Childcare during coronavirus

If you are a key worker or you have a vulnerable child, you can apply for childcare 

The department for education has clear information for childcare settings that remain open for key workers and vulnerable children.

Children's centres virtual activities

We have a range of virtual sessions and support around early speech, language and communication. You can join us via zoom or 121 phone calls. We also have information on how you can get your Healthy Start vitamins and vouchers, Bookstart baby packs and activities you can do while staying safe at home.

Training sessions 

We will be resuming some first aid courses and adult education courses in the Autumn term 2020.

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Mayor's Early Years Summit

 

 

Early Years Summit, Mayor John Biggs -6 web

Below are all of the PowerPoint presentation from event:

View the links below for the post summit reports.

Report on the Mayor's Early Years Summit

Every Chance for Every Child - Early Years Sector Shared Strategic Framework 2019 - 2022.

Resources