Dacorum Sports Network was formed in 2007 and accredited as a Community Sports Network (CSN) with funding from Sport England in 2008. As a CSN we bring together community clubs, volunteer groups and public organisations involved in delivering sport in the community and ensuring a healthy and active community – including public sporting facilities providers, local councils, PCTs, and schools.
Bringing up children can be very challenging at times. Gade Schools Family Support provides support to familes whose children attend any of the 17 schools in the Gade Schools Partnership in Hemel Hempstead.
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DSPL is a Hertfordshire-wide partnership approach where parents, staff in early years settings and schools, further education colleges, local authority officers and representatives from other agencies, work together as part of an Area Group, reviewing and developing the range of provision and support services available to their local community.
Claire’s Club is situated onsite at Boxmoor and South Hill Primary Schools. The club is open to children from Reception Class to Year 6 offering wrap around care from school drop off until 6pm. The clubs are located onsite giving children the unique opportunity to combine extra-curricular clubs which their school offers together with the reassurance that they will be collected and taken care of by professional childcare until 6pm.
Support for families is crucial for achieving the best outcomes for children and young people in Hertfordshire. P
Hertfordshire County Council's Childhood Support Services have developed a directory that shows all parenting provision in one place so that both parents/carers and professionals can see what parenting support is available in Hertfordshire.
Children’s Centres offer the best start in life for every child, providing a place where under 5’s can get involved in a range of both play and early learning activities. Parents, grandparents and carers can benefit from better opportunities with access to child care, family support, health services, outreach services, training and employment advice.
Hertfordshire's voluntary database for children and young people aged 0-25 who have additional needs or a disability which has a substantial impact on their every day life. They're likely to need additional support, adjustments and/or adaptations to help them at school and at home.
This is a website for families who might need more information on admissions, finances, SEN, secondary schools, emotional well-being etc.
This link contains information for parents and carers relating to specific learning difficulties (SPLD)