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Sexual health

Sexual health is not just about using contraception or avoiding infections. Sexual health means enjoying the sexual activity you want without causing yourself or anyone else suffering, physical or mental harm. Making positive choices about contraception and sexual health is important not just for your…

Moving out of home

Staying with friends, renting or buying – leaving home is a big change in your life which can be exciting, fun and daunting all at the same time with a mass of responsibilities to match. Make sure you know what you're letting yourself in for…

Bullying

Warning signs Running away, non-attendance at school, other learning and behavioural difficulties for no obvious reason. Your child has injuries with no feasible explanation for them.  You should investigate if a child: is frightened of walking to or from school doesn't want to go on the…

CVs

CV stands for Curriculum Vitae, which literally means 'The course of one's life'. A CV (sometimes called a résumé) is a concise document that outlines the relevant facts about you and your experience to a prospective employer. Unlike filling in an application form, writing a…

Relationships and Sexuality

We all have many different types of relationships with people every day and not all of these are easy. Whether you are having problems at home, school, college or work, Youth Support Workers can give you the confidential support and advice you need to deal with…

Crèches

A crèche provides supervised childcare for occasional limited periods of time. They enable parents and carers to participate in adult education courses, training or leisure activities nearby.  Crèches may operate all week on a sessional basis, but will usually cater for different children at each…

Financial support for young parents

Support with childcare costs If you are under 20 with childcare responsibilities, you can get help with your childcare costs through Care to Learn when you return to learning. As long as you use a registered childcare provider, you could receive up to £160 per child…

Early Years and Childcare Briefing Sessions - 28 February 2018

The Early Years and Childcare Briefings for February 2018 were held at the Art Gallery, Civic Centre, on Wednesday 28th February 2018.  Presentations from the briefings are shown below: Early Years and Childcare Briefing - Update (PPTX 89KB)Ofsted Updates - 28 Feb 2018 (PPTX 533KB)HEYA Update - 28…

Early Years and Childcare Briefing Sessions - October 2018

The Early Years and Childcare Briefings for October 2018 were held at the Holiday Inn, Southampton on Tuesday 9 October 2018.  Presentations from the briefings are shown below: Agenda (PDF 33KB)Ofsted Updates (PDF 1MB)Southampton Partners in Excellence presentation (PDF 1MB)Southampton Annual Shared Conversation (ASC) 2018 (PDF 699KB)Early Years & Childcare update…

Childcare Sufficiency Assessment - Introduction

Southampton City Council’s Childcare Sufficiency Assessment and subsequent Delivery Plan sets out to ensure that: parents are better supported in the choices they make about their work and family responsibilities; childcare is available to all families and is flexible to meet their circumstances; childcare services…

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