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30 Hours Free Childcare Entitlement

From September 2017 the free early education entitlement for 3 and 4 year olds across the England will be increased from 15 hours to 30 hours per week for working families. This is to support parents who are working, who wish to work or intend…

About Education, Health and Care plans

An EHC plan is a legal document prepared by the local authority that describes the specialist support children and young people with complex and long-term needs will require to make progress in their education and learning and to achieve their full potential. The EHC plan:…

Admission to Primary and Secondary Schools

The School Admissions Service offers free advice to families living in the City of London about the school admission process and how to choose the right school for your child. Ask us about: How the school system works in the UK How to find your local schools…

Autism Friendly Early Openings at Tower Bridge Exhibition

Tower Bridge Exhibition's Autism Friendly Early Opening mornings enable children with autism and other needs, and their families, to explore the Exhibition free from the hustle and bustle of the general public. One Saturday each month through September, we open our doors to these families…

Autism in the City

What's it like having a child with Autism in the City of London? Harshita Patel's blog shares her insights, exasperations and joys while recounting the adventures she and her husband have had (to date) raising their son with ASD. Includes suggestions for days out and…

Bullying Information for Parents

What is bullying? Bullying is repeated behaviour by an individual or group that intentionally hurts another individual or group, either physically or emotionally. This can include physical assault, teasing, threats, name calling and cyberbullying and can happen at school, play or on the internet. What…

The Care Act 2014

This Advice and Guidance is a guide to the Care Act 2014 and how if effects you.

Childcare

The term childcare covers a number of different types of provision, but one thing they should all have in common is that they are good for children and good for families. High quality childcare and early education give children a head start in primary school. Research…

Childcare vouchers

Your employer may be able to help you with childcare costs by providing childcare vouchers. You can convert up to £55 a week of your gross salary into tax-free and NI-exempt vouchers that you can use to pay for Ofsted registered childcare. The amount to…

City of London Childcare Affordability Scheme

Families living or working in the City of London with a combined income of less than £55,000 a year can access discounted places at some local nurseries. Eligibility Families must live in the City, or at least one parent must work here Couples must both…
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