• Spring Term Provider Network Meetings

    Spring Term Provider Network meetings are being held: Tuesday 19th March – Whitchurch, 6.30pm – 9.00pm Tuesday 19th March – Stowford, 6.45pm – 9.30pm Wednesday 20th March – Honiton, 6.30pm – 8.30pm Thursday 21st March – Swimbridge, 6.30pm – 8.30pm Wednesday 27th March – Willand, 6.30pm – 8.30pm Thursday 28th March – Newton Abbot, 6.30pm Continue reading →

  • Running in Rwanda

    Nikki will be running a half marathon in Rwanda in June with a charity called Compassion. The aim is to raise funds for children and families in Rwanda and to sponsor children. Find out more and about how you can support Nikki.

  • Bookstart Pack Feedback – Childminders

    Recently we have been handing out Bookstart packs for childminders. Bookstart would like some feedback on how you are using the packs as this will help with them getting further funding in the future. Could we ask you to  complete this short online questionnaire.

  • Healthy Weight Declaration Survey

    Public Health Devon want to obtain the views of residents across Devon, and in particular families on the Health Weight Declaration. The food choices we make are influenced by where we live, work and play. Please tell us what would help you make healthier food choices by completing our short survey.

  • Free Oral Health Training

    The Oral Health Improvement Team are offering Free Training. They provide training to care workers for the oral health of both children and adults. Training takes 1 to 2 and a half hours and is bespoke to suit your needs. CPD certificates are issued upon completion. Contact the team to find out more information and Continue reading →

  • Smoke Free Training Website

    The Smoke Free training website has been updated and the Smoke Free Policies for early years providers and children’s centres have been re-written. To access the training, click on Training for Practitioners and Partners Staff can complete the short awareness raising training which focuses on brief conversations with clients to start conversations about healthier lifestyles. Continue reading →