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A Day in the Life of a Two-Year-Old

'A Day in the Life of a Two-Year-Old' helps to show what two-year-olds might get up to when they're at nursery or with a childminder. Watch the video to find out more. English: <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/k9TY_83Lmzc" title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media;…

Home Learning Resources for Parents and Carers

The Virtual School and School Improvements Services have compiled a list of the best websites that offer FREE learning resources, ideas, activities, lessons and more, for you to use at home. All age groups and most curriculum areas are covered. Some websites may require you to…

The 30 Hours Extended Childcare Offer - an additional 15 hours of funded childcare for working parents of 3 and 4 year olds

The 30 Hours Extended Childcare Offer - an additional 15 hours of funded childcare for working parents of 3 and 4 year olds Are you a working parent with a three year old child? Does your child attend a nursery or childminder? Would you benefit…

Childcare for children with special educational needs and/or disabilities in Wandsworth

Childcare registered with Ofsted, is available in Wandsworth for children with special educational needs and or disabilities (SEND) up to 13 years old, from  childminders, nurseries, nannies (or "homebased childcarers"), after school centres and breakfast clubs and holiday playcentres. After the age of 13 specialist…

Ready for school

Starting at nursery or school is a big step. You can help prepare your child and help them to be successful and enjoy their time there. Below are some leaflets which have practical advice about getting your child ready for school: How to apply Immunisation…

Why choose a childminder?

Childminders must be registered with the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills (Ofsted) if they look after children from 0 - 8 years of age. Childminders can look after older children but they do not have to be registered. All childminders are…

Becoming a Wandsworth Childminder - Childminder Briefing Sessions

Thinking of becoming Wandsworth childminder? You need to attend a free Childminder briefing session. At the session you can find out more about childminding and start the registration process. The latest set of dates can be found below. Childminders are self-employed and must be registered with Ofsted if they look after children…

Choose a Wandsworth Primary School

This brochure provides a step by step guide to the process of applying for a Reception class place in a primary school and the priority applied when allocating them. Please read the booklet before applying for a place.  The deadline for applications for a Reception…

Choose a Wandsworth Secondary School

This brochure provides a step by step guide to the process of applying for a place in a secondary school and the priority applied when allocating them. Please read the booklet before applying for a place. The closing date for applications was 31 October 2021 for a place…

Working with children and young people

A career working with children and young people can vary according to their age. For example nursery settings have children aged 0-5 years, whereas after school or holiday care have children aged 5 - 16 years.   There are a variety of professions available such as, a self employed childminder,…