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New RSHE guidance: What it means for sex education lessons in schools

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RSHE guidance

Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) is a subject taught at both primary and secondary school.   In 2020, Relationships and Sex Education was made compulsory for all secondary school pupils in England and Health Education compulsory for all pupils …

Wraparound childcare: Everything you need to know about before and after school childcare

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We’re supporting working families through the UK government’s biggest ever investment in childcare, to make it more affordable, available and flexible. As part of this announcement, we’re expanding wraparound care for primary school children across England by increasing the number …

Thousands of parents of 9-month-olds can now apply for 15 hours free childcare - here's how

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We’re making the biggest investment by a UK government into childcare in history, doubling the amount we expect to spend over the next few years from around £4 billion to around £8 billion each year. We've already started to rollout the expansion. Hundreds …

How to register as a childminder and receive a grant worth up to £1,200

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become a childminder

We’re making the biggest investment by a UK government into childcare in history. Parents have the flexibility to choose how they spend their government-funded hours – and many are opting to use childminders. Being a childminder is a rewarding role where you can …