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Choosing a Childminder

Introduction Many Childminders begin childminding when they are parents with young children of their own.  This means many of their skills as carers will come from their own experience as parents, as well as their training.  It is useful to spend some time talking to…

Choosing a Day Nursery

Introduction Choosing the right Day Nursery can be a difficult decision; most parents wonder what to look out for when they start looking.  Not every nursery will match your child’s personality, so be prepared to look around.  Visit several and ask questions about the childcare…

Complaints - Schools

All schools have a procedure for dealing with complaints from parents and although there are slight differences in procedure from one school to another, most schools deal with complaints in a similar way. Parents should ask to speak to the child's class teacher (primary school)…

Compliments, Comments, Complaints & Concerns

Compliments, Comments, Complaints, and Concerns at Middlesbrough Council. We are working very hard to provide high quality services that meet your needs. We are very keen to hear about how well you think we are doing and how you think we could do things better.…

CURRENT VACANCIES & OPPORTUNITIES

If you are looking for employment, education and training check below for the most up to date courses, training etc. Apprenticeships and Traineeships for Tees Valley from National Apprenticeship Service The weekly list is available at www.middlesbrough.gov.uk/apprenticeships  Follow @MbroWork and @DTJobcentreplus on Twitter ‘Like’ Preparing…

DfE Advice & Guidance Booklets

There are specific guidance booklets produced by the Department for Education to help all settings, parents, carers and young people understand the new Code of Practice. Please click on the most relevant link below: Guidance for parents and carers Guidance for children and young people…

Disability Access Fund (DAF)

The Disability Access Fund (DAF) is funding for early years providers to support children with disabilities or special educational needs. It aids access to early years places by supporting providers in making reasonable adjustments to their settings. Providers taking three and four year olds that are…

Disabled Children: A Legal Handbook

A legal handbook is an authoritative yet accessible guide to the legal rights of disabled children and their families in England and Wales. The handbook aims to empower disabled children and their families through a greater understanding of their rights and entitlements. It is essential…

Disabled Persons Bus Pass

Concessionary Fares Scheme - Bus Pass Information - Disabled Persons The national bus pass scheme allows all eligible persons to apply for a concessionary travel pass enabling them to travel for free on off-peak local bus services. There are two categories of bus pass: older person…

Early Years Foundation Stage

The early years foundation stage (EYFS) sets standards for the learning, development and care of your child from birth to 5 years old. All schools and Ofsted-registered early years providers must follow the EYFS, including childminders, preschools, nurseries and school reception classes. Areas of learning…
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