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E-cigarettes & Vaping

Why not switch to vaping and ditch the smoke? An estimated 2.9 million adults in Britain enjoy e-cigarettes (also known as vaping). They can safely be used instead of cigarettes as a source of nicotine which reduces harm. They can also be used alongside behavioural self-help tools as a way to quit. Here you…

Early Help

Early Help is about providing appropriate, effective and joined-up support to children, young people and their families when they face extra challenges in their lives. Early Help aims to offer useful and practical advice and support in the right way, at the right time, by…

The Early Years Strategy

What is the Early Years Strategy? The Early Years Strategy is Wolverhampton’s response to supporting children and families alongside other professionals. Developed by a multi-agency working group which pulled expertise from health, education, early intervention and specialist services. The strategy is a 4-year outline which…

Eat Well

Being a healthy weight means you're at less risk of developing preventable diseases such as heart disease and Type 2 diabetes. Click on the sections below to find out more.

Flu Vaccines

Flu can be serious - even fatal - so ensure you get your flu jab. Find out where you can get your flu vaccine here. Flu vaccination, sometimes known as the flu jab, is available every year on the NHS to help protect adults and children at…

Fostering and Adoption

Follow this link to find out how you can provide a loving home and make a difference to a child or young person

Free Nursery Education

2 years olds Some families may be eligible for free 15 hours a week childcare, for the equivalent of 38 weeks per year (or 570 hours per year). Here you will find information on terrific for twos eligibility.   3 and 4 year olds All 3…

Free school meals

Here you will find information relating to free school meals.  

A Guide to Biting

Biting is part of early childhood, but understanding the causes and ways of dealing with it can be helpful.

A Guide to Early Reading

Parents are their child’s first and most eduring educatior. This is particularly true when helping to prepare a child to be a confident reader, and one of the most important things a parent can do is share books regularly with their child.
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