Talk to us about the following:
Where to look for information about activities across the East Riding including sports clubs, parent/toddler groups, leisure centres, uniformed groups such as Brownies and Scouts and much more.
Families Information Service Hub
FISH are responsible for providing information to families of children and young people and the professionals who support these families. You can find information about the following areas:
- Looking for childcare
- Children's centres
- Education and Learning
- Help lines
- Leisure centres
- Money Matters
- Parent toddler groups
- Support for parents and young people
- Activities and services for children with additional needs
Browse the FISH directory for access to these services
Two Year Old Funded Places (2FP) - childcare funding for 2 year olds
Information, advice and guidance about the new scheme, who can apply for 15 hours of funded childcare for their 2 year old and where you can access those hours.
Funded Early Education (FEE) - childcare funding for 3 and 4 year olds
All 3 and 4 year olds are entitled to 15 hours of funded childcare per week during term time from the term after their third birthday.
Eligible 3 and 4 year olds are be entitled to 30 hours - an additional 15 hours per week.
Other ways of paying for childcare
Read about additional ways of helping with the costs of childcare, including working tax credits and childcare vouchers.
Looking after your child with additional needs
Talk to FISH about what support is available for parent carers of children with additional needs. They can put you in touch with one of the FISH Locality Information Officers who will look at what activities, support and services are available in your area.
SENDIAS (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice Support) Service
The SENDIAS service provides impartial, confidential information, advice and support to parent carers of children aged 0-25 with special educational needs who live in the East Riding. Visit the Local Offer website for support with special educational needs.
LOOK AHEAD is a service for parent carers of children aged between 0-25 years with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
Read more about LOOK AHEAD.
Looking for childcare
Up-to-date information on Ofsted registered childminders, day nurseries, pre-schools, out of school clubs, nursery classes, nursery schools and creches. Read more about finding a childcare provider.
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.
Working with Children
Information for existing or new childcare settings including how to become a registered childminder.