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Cooking and baking

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Cooking and baking are fun activities for children and young people to take part in.  To find information on cooking and baking activities for your child to enjoy, see below. Visit your local library to find information on clubs and groups offering cooking and baking…

Dance and drama

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There are many organisations in and around South Gloucestershire offering your child the opportunity to enjoy dance and drama activities.  Many offer performing arts training and the chance for your child to learn new skills, grow in confidence and have fun.   See our guide to…

Dementia day care

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We offer day care for residents with dementia at our Cambrian Green centre in Yate. The day centre offers care for up to 25 people each day who have dementia and are living at home. How our day care can help you and your family…

Domestic abuse

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Page contents Next link Plus Types of domestic violence Get support Support offered by libraries Next Link Plus Next Link Plus provides support services for women, men, children and members of the LGBT community in South Gloucestershire who are or have been victims of domestic…

Duty to Refer

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Duty to refer helps people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Certain public authorities have a legal duty refer people to us, so they can access our homelessness services, as set out under the Homelessness Reduction Act 2017.  Under the act these public authorities…

Early years foundation stage

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The early years foundation stage (EYFS) sets standards for the learning, development and care of children from birth to five years for all Ofsted-registered early years providers including childminders, preschools, nurseries and school reception classes.   Your child will mostly learn through indoors and outdoors play.  The areas of learning are:  communication and…

Early years parent support and training for children with SEND

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You will know your child better than anyone else. Parent support groups, training or workshops can help you further understand your child’s additional needs by learning new ways to support them as well as interventions you may not be aware of.   Support groups are a great way to meet parents of other children who have similar needs to…