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2 Year Old Funding: 15 hour offer

Funded early education sessions are available for children under 5 in Southampton. They are available from the term after your child turns three, although some funding is available for places for two-year-olds who meet the eligibility criteria listed in the relevant section below. The section…

3 & 4 Year Old Funding: 15 and 30 hour offers

Coronavirus Update re 30 hours free childcare and/or tax-free childcare (PDF 85KB)   15 Hour Offer - all children All 3 and 4-year-olds in England are entitled to 570 hours of free early years education. You can start receiving funding the term after your child turns 3. …

30 Hour Offer for Childcare Professionals

The 30 hour offer 2017 entitles many children to an extra 15 hours of free childcare for eligible 3 and 4 year olds. For Southampton’s 3 and 4 year olds the 30 hour offer starts on September 1st 2017, and is available from the term after the…

Adolescence in Fostering

This training is presented via Zoom, and therefore requires access to laptop, tablet or phone. An invitation and course materials will be sent in advance of each session. This course isaimed at carers of young people in adolescence, or approaching adolescence, or those carers whose…

Adverse Childhood Experiences Awareness Training

Southampton is part of a Pan Hampshire ambition to create an ‘ACEs Aware’ workforce that recognises and understands the impact of trauma on children, parents and vulnerable adults.  This ambition recognises that professionals will have varied levels of understanding already, but is intended to start…

Alcohol

People drink alcohol for all sorts of reasons. Many people enjoy alcohol and most of the time it is not a problem, but drinking heavily can damage your health, especially if you’re a young person. Besides damaging the liver, heart and brain, heavy drinking can…

Already Working in Childcare?

In this section of the website you will find useful information if you're working with children and families, or in a child-related job in the city, or if you're interested in starting a new career in this exciting area of work. Visit the 'Working with…

Annual Safeguarding Training for Governors

click here to sign up to receive training updates. All Governors have a statutory responsibility with regard to Safeguarding. This virtual course will support governors to understand their safeguarding responsibilities. It is suitable for any governor, as well as governors with lead responsibility. It will…

Apply for a school place

To apply for a school place, change an existing school place, find your catchment area or see the school admissions policies please see the Southampton City Council School Admissions information.

Appointing Staff

There are some issues that you will need to consider when taking on an employee. Employee rights Terms and conditions of employment. If employed for more than one month, employee must receive (within the first 2 months) a written statement of main employment particulars. Statement…
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