Information and guidance on early years entitlement for funded providers, including the parental declaration form.
Advice on where to get help and support with childcare and early education.
This page provides guidance for the VCF sector on the funding opportunities.
The council is responsible for maintaining the roads (technically known as 'carriageways') and pavements (known as 'footways') of adopted highways within the borough.
This is a universal entitlement for ALL 3 and 4 year olds. Children become eligible for their funded early education place the term after their 3rd birthday and this place is available until they reach compulsory school age (the term after their 5th birthday)
Doncaster Council's Energy Team provides free advice to residents to help them save energy and reduce their bills. We want to encourage as many people as possible to improve energy efficiency and cut carbon emissions. We do this by providing energy saving advice to help people make better choices and grant funding to help make homes more comfortable, warmer and safer to live in.
The funding Scheme was open to communities and allowed them to apply for small pots of money to assist them in delivering events, decorating their area and take advantage of the event within their Community.
Find out which organisations can give you independent help.
Funded entitlement to childcare is a government scheme, which allows some 2-year-olds to attend education or childcare settings in Doncaster. Children can attend a setting for a maximum of 15 hours over 38 weeks. That’s a total of 570 hours per year in which your child could be having fun, learning and making friends. Find out more below...don't miss out!
Doncaster Families Information Service (FIS) is the best place to get information about registered childcare providers in the area. We hold up to date lists of Ofsted registered childminders, nurseries, out-of-school and holiday clubs. We can also provide information about unregistered childcare, such as nannies or parent-and-toddler groups.