Welcome to the Working Together Early Years Hub

Working Together is one of three Early Years Hubs funded by the Greater London Authority to improve children’s life chances in London. Led by Newham’s Nursery Schools, in partnership with Newham’s Best Start in Life team, Working Together includes private and voluntary sector setting partners, childminders, schools and the East London Early Years and Schools Partnership Teaching School Alliance.

Read Working Together – Our Vision and Working Together Partners Delivery Plan 2020

Working together...

...to improve children's life chances in London

Working together...

...to improve children's life chances in London

Quality and inclusion...

...a positive difference in all children's life chances

Free early education places...

...no child left behind

Quality and inclusion...

...a positive difference in all children's life chances

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• Build knowledge together • Make a difference to children’s life chances • Trust • Connect • Influence • Challenge • Support •

We aim to:

  • Improve the quality and inclusion of early education in Newham so that we make a positive difference to all children’s life chances
  • Increase the quality and supply of the early years workforce in line with the creation of new places
  • Ensure that at least 75% of disadvantaged two year olds in Newham access a free early education place, so that the most disadvantaged children won’t be left behind in future

We offer:

  • A free Professional Development programme for practitioners
  • A Mentor with expertise in early education to support settings with termly self-assessment and action planning visits
  • Half termly network development meetings for settings in each quadrant
  • Free pre-employment training for those who want to work in early years education, including functional skills (Maths and English) courses
  • Confidence and self-esteem building, Level 2/3 early years qualifications, Level 3 Apprenticeships, and Teaching Assistant qualifications

15 hours free early education for two year olds

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