Pupil Premium in school-based childcare Pupil Premium Funds may help to support some aspects of school-based childcare provision.
Magic Breakfast For breakfast club funding, support and resources for schools.
Awards for All Grants What are the 8 most common mistakes made when people apply for these grants?
TRAINING AND EVENTS
Improve inclusion: free workshop in Coventry Improve inclusion in your school-based childcare. . Book soon!
Free peer learning opportunity on 23 March 2015 hosted by Unique Kidz and Co in Morcambe, Lancashire. Overcome barriers to offering inclusive childcare; meet SEND reform requirements.
Learning Exchange on Facebook SEND events, trips, training resources, club ideas.
Common Inspection Framework Free briefings for all early years and childcare professionals (run by the NDNA and Ofsted)
CATCH UP WITH NEWS
Early Years Pupil Premium: A challenge for your setting?
Parents of disabled children to have higher tax-free financial assistance.
A QUESTION FROM WARWICKSHIRE
How I can help providers support children in clubs who need one-to-one support due a particular level of additional need, without extra funding? Find some answers here.
MAKE YOUR CHILDCARE MORE INCLUSIVE - JOIN A FREE WORKSHOP
Send your questions to us in advance and help build up know-how about setting up more inclusive school-based childcare. Find out more.
Do you need advice about insurance for your childcare provision, how to solve transport issues, what software to choose for your business? Find out what we offer...
If you have any questions about setting up full-year/full-day school-based childcare and holiday activities, please contact a member of the Childcare in Schools team or send us an email.
We'll do our best to find you an answer.
Frequently Asked Questions
FIND A CASE STUDY
originally set up on a not-for-profit basis, run by volunteer parents. Now it's a limited company. Find out what makes it work...
Harthill Nursery School and Children's Centre in Luton has reduced its deficit and is now on a surer business footing. It's also more inclusive to children with SEND. Find out more...
More case studies...
Tell us what makes your school-based childcare succeed. Also, schools for children with SEND face unique challenges - we'd like to hear about what works.
THIS MONTH'S PICKS
Setting up childcare in schools for 2-year-olds: FQAs The Learning Exchange has compiled a list of questions and answers about schools setting up and running childcare for 2-year-olds.
TIP SHEET: How schools can help to improve inclusion Schools can take a range of actions to make childcare more inclusive.