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Information and advice to parents and carers looking for registered child care.
The Free Early Education Entitlement (FEEE) is a government grant which enables eligible children aged two to have up to 15 hours a week free nursery education.
All children from the month after they turn three can have up to 15 hours a week free nursery education.
Children's centres offer parents of young children help, advice, support and information on all aspects of parenting.
Support for those interested in or working to provide child care in Waltham Forest.
Schemes providing care for children and young people during school holidays.
What to do if you are worried about the safety of a child.
How children and young people are protected from harm or abuse in Waltham Forest.
Enusirng that children and young people in care in Waltham Forest get the best possible education.
Provision of residential accommodation for children and young people who cannot live with their families.
You can get short breaks from caring for your disabled child.
The Family Information Service is a free, impartial service giving detailed information and advice on childcare as well as general information on a wide
CMS - a Waltham Forest quality assurance mark given to private and voluntary organisations who work with children and young people and have demonstrated
The EYPP is additional funding for childcare providers to improve the education they provide for disadvantaged 3- and 4-year-olds. It was introduced in