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Early Years Conference - Friday 24th February 2023

The Bi-borough Early Education and Childcare Service would like to invite you to the Early Years Conference: ‘EYFS Reforms: Time for Reflection’ which is taking place on FRIDAY 24th February 2023 from 9.15am to 1.30pm. We have brought together an EXCITING PROGRAMME of Early Years experts and professionals to cover a…

Early Years Hub

"Brilliant Beginnings for all Children" Welcome to the Bi-borough Early Years Hub, a dedicated space for Early Years professionals and childminders in Westminster. The Bi-borough Early Education and Childcare Service is committed to supporting you and to strengthening your childcare business. Our aim is to support you…

Early Years Hub for practitioners

'Brilliant Beginnings for ALL Children' Welcome to the Bi-Borough Early Years Hub, a dedicated platform to support Early Years Practitioners and Childminders in Westminster. In this section, we aim to provide you with important updates, information and guidance, which hopefully you will find useful. Please feel…

Early years support in the home

Drawn by Nico, age 6 Early Support Service Early Support is a key working service available to families caring for children (aged 0-5) with a complex disability requiring them to be in contact with a wide range of health and social care professionals. It provides…

Early Years vacancies

Below you can find information about settings that currently advertise vacancies: Abbots Manor Nursery: We currently have places for children on the 2yr offer and 3yrs olds. Abbots Manor Nursery offer morning and afternoon places 9:00am to 12:00pm & 13:00pm to 16:00pm.  (16.11.2021)

Educating your child at home

Educating your child at home Parents/carers are legally required to ensure their child is in receipt of a suitable education but this does not have to be in a school. Some will choose to electively home educate. Elective home education is the term used to…

Educational and training opportunities for young people

Young people can leave school on the last Friday in June if they will be 16 by the end of the summer holidays. However, they must then do one of the following until they reach 18: stay in full-time education, for example at a college…

Educational Psychology Consultation Service training

Our SLA for Schools: The EPCS offers a large range of training to schools promoted through our Schools SLA and through our school link EPs. We encourage schools to think about additional services they would like that relate to child and educational psychology and to request…

Emergency childcare

When you have young children it's not a case of if you have a breakdown in your usual childcare but when. As a parent of nursery age children, you need a backup plan for when your usual childcare arrangements fall through. After all, friends and family are not always available…

Emotional wellbeing support for young people

Mental health is just like physical health, everybody has it, and it’s important to take care of it. Feeling down some of the time is normal, but if you want to talk to someone about your thoughts or feelings, there are plenty of routes you…