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Childcare Options for Parents and Carers

You can search Sheffield Directory’s childcare listings to find different types of childcare provider.  To decide which one is best for you and your child this page provides a guide to what each type of provider offers and some advice on what to look for…

Childcare Survey

Sheffield Childcare Survey 2018 Our annual Childcare Survey is now closed.  We will open the survey again in spring 2019. The childcare survey enables us to hear the opinions of parents with children of all ages, about how they choose childcare and the sort of childcare they…

Funded Early Learning

Government funded childcare is available for all 3 and 4 year olds, and eligible 2 year olds. All eligible children are entitled to at least 570 hours of funded childcare each year.  In Sheffield we call this Funded Early Learning or FEL. FEL helps children…

Funded Early Learning Funding information for providers

Here you will find information about Funded Early Learning (FEL) and the Code of Practice. To access the provider portal and to provide your headcount information please go to: http://www.sheffield.gov.uk/content/sheffield/home/schools-childcare/fel-funding-providers.html Parents can view the http://www.sheffielddirectory.org.uk/kb5/sheffield/directory/advice.page?id=_dg8Dvgg5Zc page here. For information about FEL funding including the parent…

A Guide to Babysitters

A babysitter is someone who will look after your child or children in your own home for short periods of time. Babysitters are not formal childcare.

Help with Childcare Costs

You could get financial help to pay for some or all of your childcare costs.

Nannies, Home Childcarers and Au Pairs

About Nannies A Nanny or Home Childcarer is employed by you to provide childcare, usually in your own home, for children from birth up to the age of 18 years. An advantage of using a Nanny is that they can provide flexible childcare in the…

Register at your local family centre

Why register with Sheffield Family Centres? We know that the first few years of a child’s life are critical to their life long learning and development. Parenting can be the most rewarding yet challenging job. By registering your child’s details with the family centres you…

Toddler Groups

Toddler groups are where parents, carers and grandparents can meet with their young children. They provide the opportunity for learning social and creative skills for the children through play, socialising with other children in a different environment, with a variety of toys, creative play, music…

Your information

When you access our services you may give us certain information about you and your family. With your consent this information may then be shared with partner agencies to ensure you are getting all the services and support you are entitled to. To ensure the…
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