HERE TO SUPPORT YOU

"Life without the Alliance would be very difficult. We've had such immense support from them and that dedication and knowledge is really hard to come by.”

We really are here to offer you the support, training and advice that you need, and to help you in any way that we can.  These are very challenging times, but you are not alone.
Please do email us at any time on:  londonandkent@eyalliance.org.uk   We look forward to talking with you.
 

 

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SUPPORT FOR PRACTITIONERS:

We have such a lot to offer you: information, advice, tailored support, online networking meetings and online virtual classrooms - see information below

Our national Coronavirus page is constantly updated -  so you know you are in safe hands and have access to the most up to date information for your setting: https://www.eyalliance.org.uk/coronavirus-early-years   

SUPPORT FOR PARENTS:

We have online topic-based meetings for parents, and a range of family learning opportunities - see information below.

We also have the amazing FAMILY CORNER parent website, full of exciting activities and information: https://www.familycorner.co.uk/

You can also Email Us  about anything here in the London and Kent Hub and we will do our best to help you.  


Online Training - Virtual Classroom Spring 2021

Our Virtual Classroom offers a flexible approach to learning and has been designed for people working in the early years to ensure providers, staff and volunteers have access to training.

The Virtual Classroom sessions can be accessed via, smartphone, tablet, laptop and desktop.

How long are the courses?

Courses comprise either 2 x 90 minutes or 3 x 90 minutes depending on the topic.

How do I book onto a course?

All Virtual Classroom workshops and packages, including the various pricing options for individuals and virtual In-House sessions can be found on our Virtual Classroom page.

 

In-house training

The Alliance offers opportunities for settings to access our workshops in-house for staff to be trained together in their own setting. We can arrange course delivery on weekdays, Saturdays or evenings with a range of courses tailored to meet your specific needs. 

New!  Workshop Plus+  |  Be Inspired

Enhance your training experience and take the learning further!

Workshop Plus+ has been developd to take the learning a step further.  All participants now have the option of booking additional support alongside the training workshop which can be provided in-house to help embed the learning within your setting to:

  • reinforce the learning to the whole staff team;
  • focus support with the workshop participant on a 1:1 basis;
  • be able to answer any follow up questions regading the concept of the training;
  • aid self-reflection and provide more practical support to draft development plans or facilitate discussion;
  • to provide tailored support to meet any bespoke needs.

All support would be designed to meet your individual needs to maximise the impact and ensure your time and energy is rewarded, and all from as little as £70.

Contact us to discuss your training requirements londonandkent@eyalliance.org.uk 

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Alliance Spotlights

Alliance Spotlights are developed by early years experts and are bursting with learning opportunities with busy educators in mind.

These one-hour interactive CPD sessions are informal and friendly with a variety of compelling content with a sharp focus on hot topics within the sector giving you insights, information, and strategies.

The Alliance will tailor a range of different weekly 1-hour virtual spotlights on a range of subjects from Ofsted-related topics to business and employment. 

Cost

Just £12 for Alliance Members

£24 for non members 


The Characteristics of Play 

Let us consider what play is and look at the characteristics of play. In this interactive session we will explore play based learning and discover more about mindful play, thinking about how to be present when we play with children. As the conversation draws to a close, we ask- what do we think counts as therapeutic play?   

Monday 5 July 6pm -7pm   Book now

Connecting Through Play  

During this session you will have the opportunity to discuss and think about the long-term benefits, mentally and physically that connecting with children through their play has on a child's learning and development and the relationships with their significant adults. 

This session looks at connecting with children through play, the benefits of connecting with children through play, connecting and communicating and how to share this with parents and carers. 

Wednesday 14 July 10- 11am   Book now

Rediscovering  Play  

Rediscovering Play - helping grown-ups to reconnect with their innate ability to play 

 We all recognise the importance of play for children, but as grown-ups we tend to overlook our need to play dismissing it as a frivolous and unproductive use of our time in busy and hectic lives. 

This session looks at why grown-ups should still play and how in doing so we can support our children's own play and learning.  

Monday 19 July 6-7 pm Book now


 

ALLIANCE CONNECTS!   (FREE)

Celebration of Play 

Over the last 15 months children’s freedom to play has changed; their access to outdoors restricted, their play controlled and observed by adults, their social connections with friends reduced and their time to play has competed more than ever with technology.

We need to ask ourselves what experiences they have missed out on and now the world is starting to open again how they can celebrate the joy of play once again. 

This is part of the activities for the Alliance's National Week of Play.

Monday 12 July 6.15 – 7.15pm  Book now

5 Ways to Wellbeing  

This session includes simple exercises and ideas that can be used by families as well as ideas families can go on to use to further support their mental health and wellbeing. 

Thursday 15 July  7-8pm  Book your place now

Importance of Play  

Together we consider what play is, explore play-based learning and take a closer look at how play shaped our own childhoods. 

Thursday 22 July  7-8pm  Book your place now

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We have a range of  fun story, song and rhyme videos on our YouTube channel. 

Join Natalie from the Early Years Alliance for the following adult focused sessions:

 

Mathematical Babies  introducing maths to babies and young children in the home and all the benefits for your child’s development. 

Making the most of Play Patterns understanding your child’s play patterns and how you can support and encourage learning through play at home.

 

Sharing books with your toddler and pre-school child  supporting your child at home with reading and sharing books.

 


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Sharing books with your toddler and pre-school child  supporting your child at home with reading and sharing books

Positive Interaction with Babies discovering how you can support and develop your babies early brain development.

Family Meditation session finding ways to relax and unwind, for all the family, even the little ones!

Exploring Nature Through Play! ideas for free and fun ideas using nature to plan with your child at home

Language & Communication Through Play supporting your child’s language and communication through play in the home.

Please visit our YouTube channel to access the wealth of content we have available, from story times and activities, family sessions and craft ideas to professional webinars


Family Corner

Family Corner is a FREE online resource by the Alliance, dedicated to supporting families with young children. Our website is packed full of useful articles, information on child development, learning through play, activity ideas and communication and language tips. 

Our Family Time Tips  offer fun, practical tips and advice to promote children’s learning and development. Activities have been chosen to ensure they positively support your child as they learn through play.

Why not visit our Competition Corner for the chance to win great prizes or to take part in our surveys, we are currently running a parent survey around childcare choices with the chance to win £30 of children's books.  

Join Family Corner for FREE to receive our monthly e-newsletter.

 


If you need help or information of any kind, we are here to help you, so please do get in touch with us

Contact us on londonandkent@eyalliance.org.uk

             

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Our Services

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“The excellent team at Early Years Alliance have proven that time and again they are specialists in early intervention and preventative work with children aged 0-5 and their families.

 

The range of...

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Training and Support for member settings

The Alliance London and Kent Service Hub supports Alliance member settings across the London boroughs and across Kent including pre-schools, nurseries, toddler groups, childminders and individual members.

For enquiries about any of our services, or to talk to us about how we might...

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Childcare services

The Alliance directly manages 75 childcare services across England. Visit the...

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Children's Centres

Early Years Alliance run a wide range of children’s centre services across the country, including those in the London Borough of Lewisham. 

Click the link below to take you direct to our Lewisham Children’s Centre website where there are further details of all the services we provide...

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Roots of Empathy

What is Roots of Empathy? 

Roots of Empathy is an evidence-based programme that has shown dramatic...

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Creche Services

We offer a mobile crèche service, providing a high standard of childcare in your choice of setting.

Our experienced crèche teams travel to your venue equipped with a range of resources and activities to suit all ages involved. 

We also offer a crèche and bank staff service to...

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Payslip service

Baby at computer

Reduce the time and burden on your business or group by using the Early Years Alliance payslip service.

We offer...

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Contact us

To find out more about the range of services we provide, or to explore ways we can work with you or support you, do please get in touch...

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Commission Us

 

 

“The excellent team at Early Years Alliance have proven that time and again they are specialists in early intervention and preventative work with children aged 0-5 and their families.

 

The range of evidenced based interventions offered by the team, the breadth of understanding and the genuine impact and difference that this makes to so many of our families and children is clear.

 

In a world that is constantly changing, the ability to work flexibly is key and

again this year EYA have demonstrated remarkable flexibility in responding to the changing needs of the borough, leading on and developing a range of innovative support offers for families across the spectrum of need.

 

I look forward to continuing this success into 2021 with Early Years Alliance as an integral part of our approach to early help and supporting children and families to fulfil their potential.”

 

David McCollum

Joint Commissioner – Early Intervention

Children & Young People Directorate | London Borough of Lewisham


Below are some of the programmes and services we provide. For further details about any of these, or to explore how we might work together with you in your area, please contact VAL POPE, Service Manager for the Alliance in London and Kent val.pope@eyalliance.org.uk to schedule a conversation.

 Crèche services

We offer a mobile crèche service, providing a high standard of childcare in your choice of setting.
Our experienced crèche teams travel to your venue equipped with a range of resources and activities to suit all ages involved. We also offer a crèche and bank staff service to deliver in children’s centres and other venues to work alongside your own teams.

Children’s centres

We can deliver a clear seamless borough wide children’s centre offer for families, working alongside health visiting, midwifery, schools and public health services, or a bespoke package of services or programmes for your children's centre, including a digital offer.

Evidence-based parenting programmes

All programmes can be delivered online.

We are able to deliver Triple P, Teen Triple P and Incredible Years and Solihull.  We can also deliver Incredible Years aimed at specific groups, e.g. children with conduct disorder or oppositional defiance disorder, and we have the PIPT Programme (Personalised Individual Parent Training) for complex cases who benefit from a 1:1 approach. 

We can also offer HENRY, which focuses on supporting behaviour change to help parents gain the confidence, knowledge and skills they need to help the whole family adopt a healthier, happier lifestyle and to give their children a great start in life.

We can offer Baby Massage through the accredited Positive Nurture Touch programme, which particularly supports bonding and attachment, and Owl Babies, which shows parents how nurturing parenting can help the optimal development of their baby’s brain particularly through engaging baby’s senses outdoors through the Five to Thrive approach.

 

Domestic abuse recovery programmes

We can deliver 2 main programmes to support families recovering from the impact of domestic abuse and prevent recurrence – both can be offered online on a group or 1:1 basis:

Community groups programme – a therapeutic programme for children and their mothers who no longer reside with the perpetrator and are not in crisis, which is offered on a group or 1:1 basis for all ages

Freedom programme – a group for women who are at risk, have experienced or are experiencing Domestic Abuse

FilmThe Timekeeper was developed to raise awareness about the serious impact that domestic abuse can have on children and will be used as a tool to engage and support professionals and community members to understand and respond in an effective way.
Importantly, the film is based on real life experiences of Lewisham residents. It highlights that abuse can be subtle and complex, and encourages discussion and challenges understanding of coercive control and the impact that it can have on children.

Please contact us for the link to this film.

 

Support for early years settings

We offer information and support for early years’ settings including:

  • specialist up-to-date information and training on various topics, currently delivered online through our Virtual Classrooms 
  • paediatric first aid and safeguarding courses
  • bespoke workshops and in-house training and support for individual settings on site or as a cluster group
  • safeguarding audits, Pre-Ofsted audits and business support packages
  • regular ALLIANCE CONNECT networking events to encourage local providers and professionals to get together to share their ideas and experiences and access information and mini-training sessions

 

 

 

 

 

Training and Support for member settings

The Alliance London and Kent Service Hub supports Alliance member settings across the London boroughs and across Kent including pre-schools, nurseries, toddler groups, childminders and individual members.

For enquiries about any of our services, or to talk to us about how we might help and support you, please contact londonandkent@eyalliance.org.uk 

 

CORONAVIRUS GUIDANCE

Our national Coronavirus page is constantly updated, so you know you are in safe hands and have access to the most up to date information - keep up to date with all the relevant information on Coronavirus and how it affects your setting, including links to key guidance and reports   https://www.eyalliance.org.uk/coronavirus-early-years

 

ALLIANCE CONNECT NETWORKING EVENTS

The next round of networking meetings will focus on the following topics and can be booked using the link for the relevant date/time.  Links and details of planned Alliance Connect meetings can be found at https://www.eyalliance.org.uk/local-support-alliance-connect 

 

TRAINING

Our Virtual Classroom offers a flexible approach to learning and has been designed for people working in the early years to ensure providers, staff and volunteers have access to training. The Virtual Classroom sessions can be accessed via, smartphone, tablet, laptop and desktop.

For details of courses and booking information, please go to https://www.eyalliance.org.uk/online-early-years-training

And members can, of course, still access the free online training the Alliance has to offer through our partnership with Educarehttps://www.eyalliance.org.uk/educare 

Classroom plus+ has been developed to take the learning a step further. All participants now have the option of booking additional support alongside the training workshop. The additional support can be provided in-house to:

  • reinforce the learning to the whole staff team
  • focussed support with the workshop participant on a 1:1 basis
  • to be able to answer any follow up questions regarding the concept of the training
  • to aid self-reflection and provide more practical support to draft development plans or facilitate discussion or can be tailored to meet any bespoke need.        
  •  Get in touch with us for further details           londonandkent@eyalliance.org.uk 

 

MEMBER INFORMATION

Our national Information Service team can also answer questions, give advice and generally offer expert support for member settings. The team is available 9am – 5pm, Monday to Friday, and you can contact them directly by phone on 0207 697 2595 or by email at info@eyalliance.org.uk (members also have access to the 24 hour legal helpline Law-call for specific legal questions).

Our members can also visit the members' area on the website to access free resources on a wide range of early years issues.

 

PAYSLIP SERVICE

Let us help your organisation fulfil its legal requirements when calculating employees pay and deductions and reporting to HMRC.  The Alliance has been supporting members with a payslip service for many years and has many satisfied customers.

Our payslip service includes:- Calculating Tax and NI deductions  / Statutory payments (including sick, maternity, paternity or adoption pay)Enrolling eligible staff to your chosen qualifying pension scheme /  Monthly submission to HMRC /   Producing pay slips and payroll summaries /  Processing new starters and P45s for leavers / all year-end reports including P60’s  / On-line filing of year-end return to HMRC.

For further information and a quote please email londonandkent@eyalliance.org.uk                      

 

 

 

 

Childcare services

The Alliance directly manages 75 childcare services across England. Visit the Find Childcare page on the Alliance website. 

We have a range of directly managed childcare settings across the London and Kent area.

For further information on any of these settings, please follow the links to each individual setting website below which give full details about each setting.


Camelot Pre-school and Family Learning Centre 
2 - 5 years
50 Meliot Road SE6 1RY
020 8461 1615
email: camelot.centre@eyalliance.org.uk

website: Camelot Pre-school

"We feel so lucky that we found out about Camelot, my daughter and I have loved her time here.  You run a magical place." - Parent 2018


Charlton Family Centre (In the Royal Borough of Greenwich) 
2 - 5 years
41-43 Shirley House Drive
SE7 7EL
020 8856 9906
email: charlton@eyalliance.org.uk

website: Charlton Family Centre

"I want to increase the number of hours my child attends because the progress he is making is clearly visible". - Parent 2018


Cherry Blossom Pre-school 
2 - 5 years
Beckenham Place Park
118 Old Bromley Road
BR1 4JY
020 8460 0223/07963 248280
email: cherry.blossom@eyalliance.org.uk 

website: Cherry Blossom Pre-school

"Love this pre-school best choice I ever made for my child! I love how they have the outdoor space, it’s my child’s favourite place as we don’t have a garden, so I feel like she doesn’t miss out". - Parent 2018


Ladywell Pre-school 

2 - 5 years
30 Rushey Mead
London SE4 1JJ
07896 761467
email: ladywell@eyalliance.org.uk 

website: Ladywell Pre-school

“The staff and experience of Ladywell Pre-school have provided a safe, stimulating and enjoyable introduction to our sons education. Our whole family have benefitted from such a positive experience and we are truly grateful” - Parent 2018


Northend Nursery

0 - 5 years 
4A Lincoln Close
Slade Green
Kent
DA8 2EB
Tel: 01322 331168
email: northend@eyalliance.org.uk

website: Northend Nursery

July 2018 - "In the last 10 years we had all of our 4 children at Northend. You have always provided outstanding care and they all had the best start in life because of quality of education you provide. We want to say thank you very much to all the staff that looked after our 4 children throughout the years!!!" - children aged 1 to 4


Sunshine Corner Nursery

0 - 5 years 
Attlee Avenue
Aylesha
Kent
CT3 3BS
01304 842223
email: sunshinecorner@eyalliance.org.uk

website: Sunshine Corner Nursery

"My Child has a clear and strong bond with his keyperson. He is exceptionally cared for, supported and nurtured by all the staff". ( child aged 20months - 2017)


Storkway Neighbourhood Nursery 

0 - 5 years
Storkway Children's Centre
Ridgebrook Road
SE3 9QX
Tel: 020 8856 2277
email: Storkway.Nursery@eyalliance.org.uk

 

"Our daughter has learned so much at Storkway Nursery, the staff care about her well-being and make sure to encourage her in all she does." Laurie (Daughter aged 1, 24/08/2018)


Yarnton Way Nursery 

0 - 5 years
Harris Gerrard Academy Grounds
Yarnton Way
Erith
Kent
DA18 4DW
0208 3207872
email: yarnton@eyalliance.org.uk

"I am truly amazed at the progress my chaild has made at Yarnton Way Nursery. Thanks to everyone who works here. Keep up the good work. You are all a gift from God". -  Parent July 18

 

Children's Centres

Early Years Alliance run a wide range of children’s centre services across the country, including those in the London Borough of Lewisham. 

Click the link below to take you direct to our Lewisham Children’s Centre website where there are further details of all the services we provide and a live timetable which includes our virtual and face to face delivery currently taking place:

https://www.lewishamcfc.org.uk/

Lewisham Children and Family Centres offer families access to a range of health, education, play, adult education, employment support and family support services right across the borough.

 

We also deliver a comprehensive parenting service, running evidence-based programmes at different levels and for different groups of parents, and including 1:1 support as well as parenting group programmes – available online currently.

For more details click this link: https://www.lewishamcfc.org.uk/parenting/

 

We also provide recovery programmes for children and mothers who have been impacted by domestic abuse – available online currently.

For more details click this link: https://www.lewishamcfc.org.uk/domestic-abuse/

 

We have published our 2019-20 Children’s Centre Annual Review, which you can access here:

https://www.lewishamcfc.org.uk/our-impact-and-reports/

 

 

 

 

 

 

Roots of Empathy

What is Roots of Empathy? 

Roots of Empathy is an evidence-based programme that has shown dramatic effect in reducing levels of aggression among school children while raising pro-social behaviour such as sharing, helping and including others.

The programme was developed in Canada by Mary Gordon with the first programmes launched in 1996 and has now reached over half a million children across the world. At the heart of the programme are classroom visits by a parent and baby. Through guided observations of this loving relationship, children learn to identify and reflect on their own thoughts and feelings and those of others – developing emotional literacy and empathy.

Check out the Roots of Empathy website for further details:

In 2012 the Alliance in Lewisham gained funding from the BIG Lottery Improving Futures programme to deliver a 4 year early intervention project called Family Pathways. As part of the Family Pathways funding we were able to deliver Roots of Empathy in Lewisham primary schools, one of the first programmes in England. The programme carries on with the support of local funding, including funding from London and Quadrant Housing in 2017-2018 and Phoenix Community Housing in 2018-2019.  This enables the cost to be subsidised for our local schools, giving a low unit cost and excellent value for schools’ currently stretched budgets. We have now reached over 4000 children across primary schools in Lewisham.

The Roots of Empathy programme is proven to:

  • Support children’s emotional development, resilience and self-esteem
  • Reduce aggressive behaviour and bullying
  • Build a sense of class belonging

 

What are the goals of Roots of Empathy? 

  • To foster the development of empathy
  • To develop emotional literacy
  • To reduce levels of bullying, aggression, and violence
  • To promote children’s pro-social behaviours
  • To increase knowledge of human development, learning, and infant safety
  • To prepare pupils for responsible citizenship and responsive parenting

100% of teachers strongly agreed or agreed that as a result of Roots of Empathy, pupils are more inclusive or accepting of others who are different from themselves, including culture, race, special needs and gender.

For further information on the current programme delivery in Lewisham, or to request a programme in your school or your area, please contact:

Celia Akenhead, Roots of Empathy Co-ordinator, Pre-school Learning Alliance

celia.akenhead@eyalliance.org.uk

 

Impact of the Programme – Research Findings

Since 2000, the Roots of Empathy programme has been evaluated in both comparative and randomized controlled studies designed to measure changes in the behaviour of participating   students. Independent research has been conducted on three continents.

Consistently Positive Results

Key research findings show that children perceived a more positive classroom environment by the end of the programme (e.g. increased sense of classroom belonging and peer acceptance). Children also exhibit:

  • An increase in prosocial behaviour (e.g. sharing, helping and including)
  • A decrease in aggression, which is particularly significant given that children in the comparison classrooms showed increases in aggression across the school year
  • An increase in social and emotional understanding
  • An increase in empathy
  • An increase in knowledge of parenting

Studies conducted by researchers at the University of British Columbia looked at specific types of aggression (i.e. proactive (bullying), physical, relational and reactive. All of these studies showed a significant decrease in aggression in the programme groups.

Lasting Results

In 2001, the Government of Manitoba commissioned a three-year follow-up study of Roots of Empathy, measuring prosocial behaviour, physical aggression, and indirect aggression. The three target grade levels were Kindergarten, grade four, and grade eight. The results of the follow-up study also indicate that improvements in prosocial behaviour and reduced aggression are maintained and enhanced for years afterwards.

Within a Roots of Empathy classroom, these changes in student behaviour translate into a community where helping, sharing, perspective-taking and peer inclusion are the norm.

Independent research in Scotland 2015, University of Glasgow stated that ‘The Roots of Empathy intervention tends to have its greatest impact for children with the lowest empathy and pro-social skills and who are the most aggressive. The programme appeared to benefit pupils experiencing personal, familial or health-related challenges, who displayed greater  resilience than was expected.’                                                                               

In addition, independent research in Northern Ireland, at Queen’s University in 2016  assessed the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of the schools-based social and emotional learning programme, Roots of Empathy. ‘The evaluation found that Roots of Empathy was well-received by schools, children and parents and did have a measurable and positive impact in increasing children’s pro-social behaviour and reducing their aggressive and difficult behaviour. There was also some evidence that the effects in relation to reducing difficult behaviour may have been sustained for three years beyond the end of the programme. The programme was also found to be cost-effective.’

 

 

 

 

 

Creche Services

We offer a mobile crèche service, providing a high standard of childcare in your choice of setting.

Our experienced crèche teams travel to your venue equipped with a range of resources and activities to suit all ages involved. 

We also offer a crèche and bank staff service to deliver in children’s centres and schools where resources are already available.

We are dedicated to meeting the needs of all the children in our care, and we provide everything to ensure that all the children at your event are entertained and cared for to a very high standard.

The children will have fun in a safe and monitored environment during their stay with us.

Our mobile crèche includes:

  • Fully qualified members of staff 
  • High quality creche sessions at affordable prices
  • Delivery of baby massage sessions  
  • Age and stage appropiate appropriate equipment for the children
  • Insurance
  • an exciting array of activities
  • Health and safety risk assessments
  • Healthy snacks
  • Booking and registration procedures
  • First aid trained staff and equipment
  • Excellent staff to children ratios
  • Working to Ofsted national guidelines
  • Working in line with EYFS national guidelines

All our crèche services are of course tailored to your own requirements.

We are currently able to deliver crèche services and bank staff in the following areas:

  • Lewisham
  • Croydon
  • Ealing
  • Hounslow
  • Newham

But do please contact us on lkcrecheservices@eyalliance.org.uk if you are outside these areas and we will work with you to try to meet your needs.

Payslip service

Baby at computer

Reduce the time and burden on your business or group by using the Early Years Alliance payslip service.

We offer a comprehensive, secure payslip service for pre‑schools, full daycare nurseries, out of school clubs and other community groups across England and Wales.

The service includes:

 

Enquire about our payslip service

Contact us

To find out more about the range of services we provide, or to explore ways we can work with you or support you, do please get in touch with us: 

londonandkent@eyalliance.org.uk

or phone our main office in Lewisham: 020 8695 5955

or our Croydon office: 020 3417 6640


Val Pope

Or contact VAL POPE SERVICE MANAGER for London and Kent direct on

val.pope@eyalliance.org.uk


 

Childcare

London and Kent Service Hub
Camelot Centre
50 Meliot Road
London
SE6 1RY
United Kingdom
Tel: 020 8695 5955 - But for training information or to make a course booking, please ring 07964 357973