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Female Genital Mutilation

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is a form of child abuse and violence against women and girls. The multi-agency FGM guidelines seek to provide advice and support to frontline professionals who have responsibilities to safeguard children and protect adults from the abuses associated with FGM. It provides…

Junior Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs)

What is a Junior ISA? A Junior ISA is a tax-efficient investment wrapper that allows parents, grandparents, friends and guardians to invest on a child's behalf. The income and profits earned on the investment will be tax-free. As with standard adult ISAs, there are also cash…

Learning disabilities: Annual Health Checks

People with learning disabilities often have poorer physical and mental health than other people. This doesn't need to be the case. The Annual Health Check scheme is for adults and young people aged 14 or above with learning disabilities who need more health support and who…

A guide to supporting family members

These seven stages of a family's journey through the criminal justice system are matched to 'The Cycle of Change'. To notes on each key stage of the process and the potential impact on the partner, child and family, choose a heading below. The order may…

Nurseries

Nurseries are for children under five years old to play, learn and have fun in groups while their parents work, study or are busy elsewhere. Nurseries are registered with Ofsted and are regularly inspected by them.  All staff must have a Disclosure and Barring Service…

Pre-schools and maintained nurseries

Pre-schools - also known as playgroups - offer young children the chance to learn and play in small groups, often close to their home. 'Maintained nurseries' are pre-schools run by schools. Pre-schools and maintained nurseries are registered with Ofsted and inspected regularly. All staff must…

Marketing your nursery

Where are you now? The first step in working out a marketing plan is to assess where you are now. Look at your current customers – who are they and why do they use your nursery? It may be that it's close to where they…

Marketing your pre-school

Where are you now? The first step in working out a marketing plan is to assess where you are now. Look at your current customers – who are they and why do they use your particular preschool? It may be that all their older children…

Marketing your childminding service

Where are you now? The first step in working out a marketing plan is to assess where you are now. Look at your current customers – who are they and why do they use you? It may be because you're close to a particular school,…

Marketing your out of school club

Where are you now? The first step in working out a marketing plan is to assess where you are now. Look at your current customers – who are they and why do they use the service? Do you have lots of working parents who need…

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