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Nottingham Early Help Partnership, the right help at the right time

Our vision is for every child to enjoy their childhood in a warm and supportive environment, free from poverty and safe from harm; where every child grows up to achieve their full potential

Local groups and activities

Click here to find out about local groups and activities in your area for you and your family.

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Half term activities

Check out all the half term activities for across the City!

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Support for professionals

We offer a range of support for professionals, from online resources, to face to face training sessions. Click here to access this information or to join our Early Help Partnership.

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Other information for Early Help professionals

Latest Early Help Updates

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24 Apr 2024

BEH Team Support Clinics for Parents/Carers

The Behavioural and Emotional Health (BEH) Team is offering support clinics to parents and carers who may be considering if a referral for a neurodevelopmental assessment is appropriate for their child, or have an open referral to the team.

24 Apr 2024

Healthy Little Minds Training sessions

Healthy Little Minds is pleased to be offering a range of training sessions to all professionals (from any organisation) who work with children, young people and families. Click for more information and to see all available sessions and relevant dates.

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18 Apr 2024

Thanks to Liz from Nottinghamshire Deaf Society

The Nottingham City Early Help Partnership would like to express our sincere thanks to Liz from Nottinghamshire Deaf Society for making Early Help accessible to deaf people.

Event
The Renewal Trust
22 Apr 2024

The Renewal Trust

The Renewal Trust has teamed up with a few friends to host a range of activities this week for all ages helping communities grow! 

Activity
PEEP Inbetweenies/Get Ready for Nursery
Tuesday 1pm till 2.30pm Hyson Green

PEEP Inbetweenies/Get Ready for Nursery

The Peep Learning Together Programme is an evidence-based programme which provides information on child development and supports parents in enhancing the home learning environment and supporting child’s development. Peep can support parents in making a real difference just by talking, playing, singing and sharing books or activities together.

Activity
PEEP Watch me Grow
Tuesday 10am till 11.30am Hyson Green

PEEP Watch me Grow

The Peep Learning Together Programme is an evidence-based programme which provides information on child development and supports parents in enhancing the home learning environment and supporting child’s development. Peep can support parents in making a real difference just by talking, playing, singing and sharing books or activities together.

13 May 2024

Free Supporting Families Training for all Professionals in Nottingham City

The Supporting Families Team are offering all professionals who work with babies, children, young people and families in Nottingham City a free two day training course to develop skills in whole family support. Click to read more and to see all available dates of our next training sessions.

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08 Apr 2024

Early Help animation in Polish recorded

The Early Help Partnership would like to thank Magdalena for recording our new Early Help animation in Polish in order to make our message accessible to more children, young people and families across Nottingham City. Magdalena has worked as a Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) for the last four years based in Sneinton. She responds to all incidents and provides translation services, Polish to English to Polish, as required in her job.

Activity
Forest Futures Programme
Tuesday Thursday Various times Nottingham Area

Forest Futures Programme

The Forest Futures behavioural mentoring programme is supported by the Premier League and The Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Violence Reduction Partnership (NNVRP) to design and implement an evidence based mentoring programme which will support children and young people (CYP) to reduce risk factors associated with violent crime.

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