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The Families' Information Service Hub (FISH)

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Welcome to East Riding of Yorkshire Council's Families Information Service Hub (FISH), who provide a source of information for families and practitioners working with children and young people. You can also search for childcare, support and services.

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What FISH can do for you, and how to contact them

What is the families information service hub and what FISH can do for you? This section contains details of how you can contact FISH.

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Finding childcare - including three and four year old free early education

Information on what childcare is available in your area, how to find child care, becoming a childminder, working with children and young people and other websites to help you.

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Two-year-old Funded Places (2FP)

Information, advice and guidance about all aspects of the new scheme.

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Information for school-age children

Information on what services are available for school-age children.

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Sure Start Children's centres

What a children's centre is, how they can help, what activities and support are on offer and how to find your local centre.

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Activities

Activities for babies, children and young people including School's Out

Details of activities aimed at children from birth to under-5s, to young people in their teens.

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Additional needs

Information for parent carers of children and young people with additional needs.

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Working with Children - information for new and existing childcare settings

Information about working with children, and how to become a childminder.

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Parent Partnership Service

Advice and information for parents of children with special educational needs.

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