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See the benefits of inclusive school-based childcare
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Find out about free training and resources
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Read tips from childcare providers
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Engage with parents and families

Wraparound childcare: 2013-15

Browse our Dismantle the Barriers guide and case studies, which support schools to develop wraparound childcare (particularly for 8-14 year olds).

The Family and Childcare Trust has evaluated Family Action's Childcare in Schools project (2013-2015). Find the report here.

Download some business planning templates used during the project.

Training opportunities

Visit our Training and events page to find out about Family Action's forthcoming workshops and consultancy services.

Resources

Visit our Learn from Others section to read case studies from settings and parents that show how providers are developing more inclusive practices.

Look at our Tips and Templates section for inclusion checklists, tip sheets and templates.

Read the latest issues of our Learning Exchange Bulletin.

Inclusion: 2015-16

Family Action was funded by the Department for Education in 2015-16 to support early years settings to develop inclusive school-based childcare provision for 0-5s with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

Find out about our 2015-16 Childcare in Schools inclusion project and the providers we worked with.

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Adoption support: 2016-18

Family Action has been awarded a grant by the DfE to deliver a pilot adoption support service across Lincolnshire and the East Midlands.

Working in partnership with Lincolnshire County Council and the East Midlands Regional Adoption Agency, the East Midlands Adoption Support Service (EMASS) aims to improve outcomes for adopted children and their families.

The service will focus on providing attachment training and support for schools, as well as individual support for adoptive families.

Find out more about EMASS. Sign up to our E-Bulletin.