Youth Music in the Coastal North
Are you a toddler group, nursery or pre-school setting on the North Yorkshire...
The Alliance North of England Service Hub supports approximately 1,000 members across the north of England including pre-schools, nurseries, toddler groups, childminders and individuals.
We offer practical early years advice and support including:
Don’t feel alone with the new Ofsted Framework!
Be ahead of the game and join us for an interactive Webinar
with Alliance Quality Improvement Director MICHAEL FREESTON
and Policy and Standards Manager MELANIE PILCHER
focusing on what the new Ofsted framework will mean for you.
Thursday 25th April
3.30pm - 5.30pm (4pm prompt start)
Alliance members : £5
Non- members : £15
All attendees will get the cost reimbursed off the price of a workshop in the Summer Brochure !!!!
The Alliance, in partnership with Teesdale Area Action Partnership and Durham Community Action, are launching free training for volunteers and charities within the Teesdale area.
14 May 2019
9am - 12noon
7th May 2019 9am-12noon
The Alliance North of England Service Hub covers County Durham, Northumberland, Tyne & Wear, Cumbria, Bradford, North Yorkshire, Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Merseyside, East Riding, West Yorkshire and the Isle of Man.
Are you a toddler group, nursery or pre-school setting on the North Yorkshire coast? Would you like to be a part of a new funded music project?
The North East has been awarded a grant from Youth Music for a two year project starting in spring 2018. Growing through Music in the Coastal North will fund the Alliance to provide musical opportunities in early years settings to encourage language and communication development in young children. The project runs down the north east coast from Durham down to Lincolnshire.
We have just delivered the first three projects and a great time was had by all - leaders, children, parents and Alliance staff.
"Interactive, creative and helps children "
"Helped my child in talking to others"
"We really enjoyed seeing all of the animals come out of the bag each week, my son found it really exciting"
"helped my child to get involved and making him feel it was ok to get stuck in and play with different things"
"We learnt lots of new songs"
If you are interested in your setting being involved please contact Shelly Richardson for further details
To enquire about any of our training courses please call us on 01924 460 930 or email email@example.com
'I would highly recommend 'tricky conversations' and I have returned to work and suggested to our team , that if this is re-delivered to attend, as I found it most useful to support our roles when engaging in conversation'
This recognised qualification is designed for the work‐based learner in an early years care and educational environment, who are looking to develop their skills and knowledge to lead and manage in an early years setting.
The Alliance are planning to offer this qualification in your area - Next planned delivery DEWSBURY Spring 2019
To undertake this qualification applicants must:
be 16 years or older; be working or volunteering in an early years childcare environment for a minimum of 10 hours per week; have worked for at least 6 months in a level 2 position
gaining experience with key children and observing ,activity planning, asessing and reviewing; have access to a computer or laptop for uploading work.
A level 2 qualification childcare is desirable , but not essential
To register your interest please contact:
Tel: 01924 460930
Did you know that part of our work is delivering HENRY (Health, Exercise, Nutrition for the Really Young) courses in the local area in partnership with the children's centres?
We have two fully trained facilitators who can deliver the eight-week course to groups within the North of England service hub area.
If you would like to know more about the programme and the cost of running a course in your setting then please do get in touch.
This course is designed for anyone wanting to become qualified in administering first aid to children and infants. For the purpose of child carers within England, Wales and Northern Ireland, this qualification will fulfil requirements under the statutory framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage issued by the Department of Education and Skills.
This course is ideal for anyone who works with or comes into contact with infants and children in their voluntary roles. This course is also ideal for parents and families with young children.
This qualification consists of:
1. Emergency Paediatric First Aid H/506/0792
2. Managing Paediatric illness,injuries and emergencies D/506/07910
PF117 - 14th and 21st May 9.30am to 4pm
PF118 - 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th June - evenings 6.30pm to 9.30pm
PF119 - 2nd and 9th July 9.30am to 4pm
PF120 - 7th June 9.30am to 4pm Emergency First Aid at work
We can also arrange a First Aid course tailored to your availability
The Alliance in partnership with Teesdale Area Action Partnership and Durham Community Action are launching free training for volunteers and charities within the Teesdale area.
The following workshops are available:
Roles and Responsibilities of Trustees
14th May 2019
7th May 2019
We can also offer a range of courses in-house at your setting,
please ask us for details by contacting us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Music Maker- Wakefield
Our forum will be based our music and its implications around early year’s .We are happy to have Marie Dyer present a workshop in which she will demonstrate practical ways of embedding music and using props in music sessions. This will include: dancing scarves, lycra, puppets, instruments and signing.
Thursday 9th May 2019
12.30pm -3pm (network opportunities from 12 noon)
Batley Road Playgroup
Phoenix Youth Centre
ENHANCING YOUR ENVIRONMENT TO
FACILITATE OPEN-ENDED PLAY
Emma Smith, Early Years Consultant and Owner of Roseville Nursery will:
Thursday 20th June
6.45pm - 8.30pm
Light refreshments provided at all our forums
Alliance Members - £5.00
Non-members - £15.00
To book your place please email
email@example.com or phone 01924 460930
We have a variety of family learning courses and can develop bespoke packages to meet individual need should this be required.
Growing up Healthy and Safe Project in the North East
The project us delivered in toddler groups and has three core sessions and add on modules that are delivered based on local needs.
All sessions include messy play,music and movement. Sessions on healthy eating include making snack together and meal in another session.
Family cooking courses are also delivered in primary school and community buildings . This is a four part session and involves making dessert,
main course and leraning about budgeting and making healthier choices.
For further information contact
In partnership with Bradford Metropolitan Council we have been funded to offer support to over 90 community-based parent and toddler groups.
We provide support and guidance to leaders of both new and existing groups and deliver early years activities to the families that attend them.
Areas that the project covers include:
The Alliance directly manages 80 childcare services across England. Visit the Find Childcare page on the Alliance website and enter your postcode or town below to find the nearest nurseries to you.
Nurseries are managed locally so that children under five and their families can benefit from a range of services and support when they need it, in a convenient location that reflects the needs of the community .
The North of England Service Hub currently manages five settings.
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 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:
All our crèches are bespoke to your own requirements.
Feedback from our creche sessions
" crèche has been very good and it has made a big difference to my family"
"brilliant and my daughter has loved going"
"my child is so disappointed that today is her last day! many thanks for working so closely with us to make sure that all the children have lovely experiences"
"My daughter has really enjoyed crèche and playing with the toys and the other children. The crèche workers have been lovely in looking after her"
We have various meetings rooms availabe to hire.
We have a meeting/training room at our Dewsbury office available to hire during the day. The room has its own kitchen and toilet area
The meeting room can seat 25 in 'cafe' style with tables and 50 in theatre style.We also have a smaller room at our Bingley office
Refreshments/lunch can be organised.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01924 460930