Guidance has been updated to help you protect your charity against fraud. Information about fraud, how to spot it and what you can do to protect against it can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/protect-your-charity-from-fraud
Educators are being encouraged to register for UK Road Safety Week 2017 (20-26 November) at www.roadsafetyweek.org.uk/educators. Coordinated by charity Brake, the Week is a great opportunity to engage children of all ages with road safety by using free resources (available from September) on this year’s theme Speed Down Save Lives.
Here are the answers to this weeks Frequently Asked Questions about the early years funding.
The Charity Commission are urging charities to be vigilant and protect themselves from harm. The alert is being issued because of increasing reports of phishing scams. We are aware that one fraudulent attempt has been made to access pre-school money in Devon. Find out about preventative action you can take
With the January term quickly approaching we would like you to encourage parents to apply for the extended entitlement as soon as possible, and remind parents to reconfirm their eligibility every 3 months where they already have a 30 hours code.
Please keep your record on pinpoint up to date to promote your childcare business and help parents find childcare.
EYupskill is a new, independent training and development directory for anyone interested in the early years in England. The online directory will help you find the right training course to develop your career in early years. EYupskill is supported by the Department for Education as part of the Government’s Early Years Workforce Strategy. Devon County Continue reading →
Thank you to all of you that completed the Safeguarding Audit and gave us an emergency contact number for MASH during the school holidays. We are now in a position where we can use this information in the school holidays to contact providers if we receive a MASH enquiry. If your emergency contact number has changed, Continue reading →
Flu can be horrible for children and if they get it, they can spread it around the whole family. It can also lead to complications such as bronchitis and pneumonia. For children aged 2 – 8, the flu vaccine is not an injection, just a quick nasal spray. Children aged 2 and 3 will receive the Continue reading →