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Sources of Information

Warrington Families Information Service is a website that offers information on a wide range of services. 

http://www.warringtonchildren.org/kb5/warrington/fsd/home.page

Childcare

Information is provided on all types of Ofsted registered childcare in Warrington. Playgroups, day nurseries, childminders, private nursery schools and privately run out of school clubs for children under eight must be registered with Ofsted to confirm that they meet the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework. 

Activities

Looking for things to do and places to go in Warrington? Then this is the place to be!

On this website you can find a variety of activities, experiences and events for babies, children, young people and families provided by a range of providers. 

Disabilities and SEN

Here you will find lots of information on activities & support services for children with additional needs and their families.

Education and Employment 

Here you can find information on careers advice including training and volunteering.

You can also find information, advice & guidance in relation to schools in Warrington including holiday dates, admission to school nurseries/school and education support services.

Family and Relationships

Looking for information and support on all aspects on family life?

Look no further, whether you need some extra support or just some advice - here you will find information, advice and details on local and national family support services no matter what you may come across.

Health

Here you will find a wide range of information & advice regarding the health & wellbeing for you & your family. If you’re looking for some support, local health services or just some guidance then this is where you’ll find it.

Money and Welfare

Do you know what financial help or other benefits you may be entitled to? Do you need some legal advice? Do you know who you can ask for financial help safely & legally?

Here you can find information, advice and guidance on a whole range of these issues. You may need to contact someone to see if you’re entitled to certain benefits depending on your individual circumstances and ongoing changes within the government.

Youth 

Support and guidance on many aspects for children aged 13-18.