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Useful links   - for funding help - 15 hours per week voucher information

GOV.UK - voucher info  - health questions  - healthy eating  - under 5 exercise


Learning resources:  - Twinkl - BBC - Learning through music  - EYFS information


Health:  - General Coronavirus information - information on Sepsis - NHS dentist finder - Early access to help and health advice


Parenting help: - Tips on potty training  - Tips on weaning

Healthy Start - 

If you’re pregnant or have a child under 4 and you are getting benefits, you may be able to get Healthy Start vouchers to help buy some basic foods. You also qualify if you are under 18 and pregnant, even if you don’t get any benefits. This important scheme provides vouchers to spend with local retailers and also gives you access to free vitamins. Pregnant women and children over 1 and under 4 can get one £3.10 voucher per week. Children under 1 can get two £3.10 vouchers (£6.20) per week. Find out if you are eligible to get these benefits. If you're not eligible, click here to see the alternative grants and funds available. Once you have applied for your vouchers and your application has been approved, you will receive your vouchers for food and vitamins (see Spend your vouchers for more information on how to spend them)


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Here are some useful links to help with Home Learning:   - Read Write Inc sounds for phonics learning  - The Classical Nursery for nursery rhymes to classical music  - lots of age-related activities - free ebooks to read

Free apps :