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.
Are you a child or young person in Doncaster struggling with your thoughts and feelings and don't know where to go? You can access information and advice on this page.
If you are being bullied:
Worried about bullying?... Don't fear, you are not alone. This section goes beyond bullying to answer all those questions you may have via useful and practical information, and suggestions as to where else you can to go for extra help and advice
Domestic abuse is when a person hurts, controls, threatens or bullies another person who is or was their partner or who is a member of their family. The abuse doesn’t always end when the relationship ends. As a young person you might see or hear abuse in your household, you might be hurt either physically or emotionally as part of the abuse between adults, and you might experience abuse from your own boyfriend or girlfriend or other family member.
Find out how to apply for free school meals, nursery applications, music theory classes and school transfers. Find information about adult learning, families information service and childcare, the youth service and special educational needs.
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Youth Hubs are a safe space for children and young people in Doncaster to meet friends, participate in activities and have fun.
Would you or someone you know like to become a Young Commissioner? A key area where young people can make a real difference is decision making and by giving young people a voice and an opportunity to shape our services our offer will improve. The Young Commissioner programme will help support Doncaster's vision, and ensure young people get involved.
As technology and the internet are becoming more and more accessible it is paramount to children’s safeguarding to be in the know of what they are accessing, the risks involved and how we can encourage them to make safe decisions when online.