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  1. Support for parents-to-be

    Mums and dads-to-be across the South Tees are set to benefit from a new set of resources to help them from pregnancy into parenthood.  Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council and Middlesbrough Council have joined forces with the South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to launch…
  2. 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.…
  3. Give It A Go

    Give It A Go (GIAG) is a one stop portal, available as a website and mobile phone app, signposting people to local activities free of charge. Activities can be listed free of charge on GIAG after registration and the software allows you to search for…
  4. 5 a Day

    A few small changes can help you and your family get the recommended five portions of fruit and veg a day.  NHS website: 5 a Day
  5. Sugar Swaps for Kids

    Make a sugar swap! Did you know just one or two everyday swaps can really make a difference to how much sugar your child is having, while still keeping them happy? Children in England are eating an extra 2,800 sugar cubes a year, which is…
  6. 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…
  7. What are Children’s Centres?

    Children's Centres offer all families with children under five a range of services, information and support in their local community. Our Aim The main aim of Children’s Centres is to improve outcomes for all young children, so that they are happy, healthy and ready for…
  8. Primary School Admissions

    Children start primary school full-time in the academic year in which they turn five years of age. The first class they will attend is called the reception class. The following classes are called year 1 through to year 6. You can apply for a primary school place online.…
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