This webpage has information for children and young people about activities taking place during School Holidays and Half Term weeks in Nottingham City.
The Early Learning Programme (ELP) for 2-Year-Olds is a Government initiative that provides free childcare places for eligible 2-year-olds.
CAMHS provides support for children and young people across Nottingham City.
Supporting Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in the Nottingham area.
The Youth Service delivers a range of activities and support sessions.
Nottingham City Safeguarding Children Board (NCSCB) has produced information to prevent abuse.
We provide information about services for children, young people and their families.
Ofsted inspection of Nottingham City Council’s Children’s Services.
Find out all the information you need to foster or adopt with Nottingham City Council.
Brings together Multi Agency Professionals to ensure a robust and timely response to Child who need Help/Support/Safeguarding/Protection.
Nottingham's safeguarding children partnership for the protection and wellbeing of children.
A better way of targeting help and support to those families who need it most.
The Youth Offending team help prevents youth offences and reduces reoffending in the future.
Early intervention helps provide support to disadvantaged children and young people.
Read our advice on how to proceed if you are worried about a child.
A short break provides opportunities for disabled children and young people to spend time away from their primary carers and enable their carers to take a ‘break’ from care.
Supporting schools by providing assessments and resources for children, parents and settings.
Child Friendly Cities are a global UNICEF initiative that reaches and supports nearly 30 million children in 50 countries across the whole world.