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Families Information Service Customer Survey

Date Published: 11/01/2021
Are you a parent/carer or childcare provider of a child(ren), living in Nottinghamshire?If so, we would like to hear your views on the Nottinghamshire Families Information Service web-site, Facebook page, telephone service and the applications you use to receive information. The survey can be found…

National Lockdown 3 January 2021 - What does this mean for Children’s Centre Services?

Date Published: 07/01/2021
Our priority is to keep everyone safe and offer support to families, over the phone, online, or in person where needed. Many of our Children’s Centres are open – on an appointment only basis and our teams are working. 1:1 family support, breastfeeding support, support…

Road Safety Week 2020 - No Need To Speed

Date Published: 15/11/2020
Road Safety Week 16 - 22 November 2020 The week is organised by Brake, the road safety charity and resources are available to support communities, schools and companies to get involved from  There are some colouring sheets here to download to use with children and we'll…

Ofsted: Children hardest hit by COVID-19 pandemic are regressing in basic skills and learning

Date Published: 11/11/2020
Ofsted has today published its second report on the effects of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic across the sectors it inspects and regulates. Ofsted’s second report into the impact of the pandemic finds that children who were hardest hit by school closures and restrictions have regressed…

Thank our children

Date Published: 28/04/2020
Thank our Children Certificates  The ‘Thank our children’ campaign is an initiative to thank every child in the county for doing their bit in the fight against the coronavirus. Nottinghamshire County Council are proud to be part of the campaign, alongside the police, fire service,…

The Price of Childcare has gone up: annual childcare costs survey

Date Published: 26/02/2020
Price of childcare The average price for 25 hours per week of nursery childcare for a child under two is £132, a rise of 5% since 2019 In 96 per cent of local authorities, the maximum limit per child under Universal Credit and Tax-Free Childcare…

Baby summer safety

Date Published: 25/07/2019
Baby summer safety The weather is getting warmer, which can make following safer sleep advice more complicated. It is harder to keep baby cool and holidays and travel can disrupt routines. We have put together some tips on baby summer safety so you can enjoy…

Child health information

Date Published: 24/04/2019
NHS Digital has announced the launch of a new service which enables access to child health information by health professionals and parents at the point of care.  The National Events Management Service has initially launched in North East London and allows parents and health professionals…

Chat, Play, Read Campaign to Support Literacy in Daily Routines

Date Published: 23/04/2019
The Department for Education has announced it will launch a new campaign later this year to support parents to incorporate ways to ‘chat, play and read’ with their children into their daily routines. To find out more visit:

Supporting young parents

Date Published: 10/04/2019
The Local Government Association has published Supporting young parents to reach their full potential.  This document contains case studies showing how local councils, sometimes working in collaboration with CCGs, can make a difference to young parents and ensure they get the help they need.

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