Not all babies are in the same boat: Exploring how family activities changed during the UK COVID-19 Lockdown
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Ofsted COVID-19 series Please view the webpage here.
Lockdown babies: Children born during the coronavirus crisis Please view the document here.
Early Years Covid-19 Reporting Information Click Here
Bump2Baby Wellbeing is a comprehensive, up-to-date guide to all perinatal mental health services in the Bristol, North Somerset, and South Gloucestershire area. Visit the Website here.
ECHO flyer for an online CPD session in November with Chris Pascall and Tony Bertram can be downloaded here.
Resources, Activities, and Tips for Families to empower children to work towards racial equality. Download the Guide Here.
Tasty, Family Recipes are available in 16 Languages on the Feeding Bristol Website here.
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The launch of The Bristol Early Years Teaching School Alliance CPD offer for 2020/2021. More details can be found here.
Mothers and babies will benefit from a new multi-million pound fund to give people from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) or poorer backgrounds the best chance at a healthy start in life. Please read the Press Release on the Gov.uk website here
EYFS Statutory Framework for Early Adopter Schools The DfE have now published the revised EYFS Statutory Framework which will be mandatory for Early Adopter Schools only from 1st September 2020. All other schools are to carry on using the existing Framework in...
Best Beginnings – A proposal for a new early years guarantee to give all children in England the best start in life
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This year the Feeding Bristol Healthy Holidays campaign is about providing more than just food to the city’s children. As well as providing food resources Feeding Bristol will provide additional support through educational information and videos, cooking demos and...
10 top tips to encourage children to read. Please visit the link here.
A major new review into improving health outcomes in babies and young children has launched today. Please visit the link here.
From Autumn 2020, Ofsted will carry out ‘visits’ and not inspections that will aim to reassure parents, ministers and the public about how schools and colleges are managing the return to full education of their pupils and students. Inspectors will use the visits to...
The DfE has published the Government’s response to the consultation on the Early Years Foundation Stage Reforms. Views were sought on the following: Revisions to the educational programmes Revisions to the ELGs Changes to the assessment and moderation process for the...
25/06/2020 The DfE have issued an update on the Reception Baseline Assessment – ‘ Due to the challenging circumstances faced by schools in the context of the covid-19 pandemic, statutory introduction of the Reception Baseline Assessment has been postponed to Autumn...
Press release Full report (pre-COVID) Summary report (with COVID references)
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Bristol Speech and Language Therapists are still available to support children and families. If you have a question or concern about your child's speech, language or communication skills, please contact us: ( Telephone Advice Line: 078250...
EEF (2020) - Impact of School Closures on he Attainment Gap REA - Impact of school closures on the attainment gap summary
Unique Transition Guidance for the EYFS document EYFS Unique Transition Guidance 2020 Unique Transition SEND Appendix 2 – Word Version Appendix 2-1 Transfer Pack Cover Sheet Appendix 2-2 Transfer Pack All-About-Me Appendix 2-3 Transfer Pack Action Plan 2020
May 2020 News Letter South Bristol Children’s Centres
St. Pauls Nursery School and Children's Centre were delighted to welcome the Mayor, Marvin Rees, to the St Pauls Food Club on Wednesday, which is supported by the Family Support Team at Central Bristol Children’s Centres. Read More
It is being widely reported in the news that the level of domestic violence during the lockdown period has drastically risen, including deaths due to domestic violence or abuse. Refuge, the national domestic violence charity saw a 700% increase in their website views...