15 hours of free childcare or early education is available to families with child of two years old.
A young carer is a young person who cares for a relative, who could not manage without their help and much needed support.
If you need any specific family or individual support , look no further than our Early Intervention and Prevention service.
Additional information for parents/guardians of young people who have a special educational need or disability.
Hold your meeting, workshop or event at Positive Steps and be assured of the warmest of welcomes and give something back to the community.
We take old bikes, clean them up and fix them. The newly-refurbished bikes are then donated to local families or sold, with profits going back to Positive Cycles.
The Quality in Careers Standard is the single national quality award for Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) and enables schools to celebrate excellent practice in CEIAG
Positive Steps can offer a range of services from simple data back-up ensuring your most important data is secure to full and integrated IT services.
Positive Steps have an experienced DBS Team, ready and willing to assist you in all aspects of the process, giving advice on the level of check required, helping with the form and processing the application.
Positive Futures is a mentor based supportive work experience offer (Year 9 upwards) working across all employment sectors which allows students to attend work experience.
Our experienced and knowledgeable team of Careers Advisers, Careers Coaches and Youth Engagement Workers are here to help you to make decisions about your future career goals.
We're here to help your students gain work experience!
Our experienced and knowledgeable team of Careers Advisers, Careers Coaches and Youth Engagement Workers are here to help you support your child in their future career goals.
Turnaround will provide £55m to Youth Justice Services across England and Wales over three years, funding them to intervene earlier and improve outcomes for children on the cusp of entering the youth justice system.
The Youth Justice Services help to reduce the number of young people entering police custody, reduce the amount of young people entering the criminal justice system.
Getting out for Good is a mentoring project for girls and young women at risk of involvement in youth violence, between the ages of 14 and 21, and resident in Oldham, Tameside, Bury and Rochdale.
Our Missing From Home Service ensures that young people (Under 17), who go missing are independently interviewed within 72 hours of notification for safeguarding purposes.