Links & Useful Information

Links & Useful Information

Love Early Years (Previously known as Ci2eye)

Loving God, loving people, loving His world.

A national initiative for those working in early years provision, which seeks to inspire, encourage and develop our understanding of this important work from a Christian perspective.


Services for children and young people in Northamptonshire (aged 0-25) with special educational needs and disabilities.

Department for Education - Areas of learning and development in the Early Years Foundation Stage.


The National Portage Association was established in 1983 to offer support and information to parents and professionals involved in Portage and has been at the forefront of developments in support to young children and their families since then.

Last Ofsted inspection January 2016

British government website with relevant information about Early Years, Schools, colleges and Children's Centres - responsible for all issues affecting children and young people up to 19 years of age...

Positive parenting Need-to-know Guide: explains how to set boundaries and build positive relationships with your children. This guide shares practical advice and tips for positive parenting techniques that work well for children - from babies to teenagers. These techniques encourage better behaviour and help parents find out what works for them and their child.

An indispensible site to support you as a professional working with children and families in the foundation years.

We aim to support and work together with the Northamptonshire Childminding Association. Please visit their website for more information about services to parents and carers with disabled children.

Find your nearest Children's Centre by clicking on the link.

The Northampton East Children's Centres offer activities and support to local families with children under five. There are five Children's Centres across the district and our team provides support, information, professional advice and fun for all the family.

Children develop more rapidly during the first five years of their lives than at any other time. This booklet has been written to help you as a parent know what to expect during these vitally important years by focusing on the seven areas of learning and development which are covered in the EYFS.


We are named amongst the best nurseries in Northampton on the 'Find my School' website. Click on the link provided to see for yourself.

When should my baby see a doctor? How does bullying affect my preteen? What medications are potentially dangerous for children? These are common questions parents have as their children reach different stages of their growth and development. Some children may face obesity, diabetes or hearing loss; others may require glasses or an EpiPen for allergies. You can promote children’s well-being by learning how their bodies grow, what diseases or disorders to look out for and how to identify risky products.