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The Safe After School campaign is a new campaign launched to support parents with advice and guidance on out of school activities.
Date: Thursday 16th May 2019 at 9.30am – 3pm
Location: Kingsfisher Special School, Foxdenton Lane, Chadderton, Oldham, OL9 9QR
This programme offers an ‘Induction to Down Syndrome’. Its aims to develop an understanding of the strengths and challenges children with Down Syndrome may encounter in their learning by focusing on areas such as communication, medical needs and behaviour. The course is aimed at professionals supporting children in early years and primary settings.
Through a facilitated approach and practical activities, participants will be encouraged to consider how they may implement new strategies into their own practices.
- Develop an awareness of Down Syndrome and some common misconceptions
- Understand the learning profile of children with Down Syndrome
- Be offered practical ideas and strategies that can be used to support children and young people with Down Syndrome
Who is this programme for?
This programme is appropriate for teachers and classroom practitioners from either special or mainstream primary settings, as well as Early Years providers and Social Care professionals.
£150 per person (includes lunch and refreshments: course notes).
To book please visit eventbite website (external link)
Get in touch – SWSTeachingSchool@kingfisher.oldham.sch.uk
The Early Years Portal will enable you to submit required details for children attending your setting quickly and easily and also enable you to perform instant checks of eligibility for 2 year old funding.
This page is for childcare providers to search and book on to courses available to them.
Information for childcare providers and Early Years education settings regarding the different funding streams available.
Tax Free Childcare is a government scheme to help working families with their childcare costs. As a childcare professional you can sign up online for Tax Free Childcare, allowing parents to pay for childcare directly in to your bank account.
The Early Help Locality Team is a service working with children and young people to offer family support. It will help your child receive the right support at an early stage before their needs increase.
Aimed at staff from both children and adult care services, who in their day to day activities provide direct services to children, young people and/or parents/carers.
The primary focus of the Supported Day Care Scheme is to ensure that the child's wellbeing and safety are maintained.
If you need help registering as a childcare provision, or would like to advertise your service on this directory, please contact Rochdale Family Information Service on 01706 719900 or email email@example.com
- Pathways for Practitioners
- Rochdale Childrens Social Care
- Rochdale Borough Safeguarding Children Board (RBSCB)
- Supporting Families Offer / Continuum
- School Inclusion team
- EHC Assessment and Review team
- Team for Physical Disabilites (Rochdale Additional Needs Service)
- Area Special Educational Needs Coordinators (SENCO) team - Early Years
- Early Years Training team
- HMRC Online Tax and Business Training for childminders
- Cool Milk for Childcare Providers
- M24 Arts Ltd - Play resource centre
- Coram Family and Childcare
- National Day Nurseries Association
- Pre-School Learning Alliance
- Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years (PACEY)
- OFSTED (Office for Standards in Education)