Category: Children’s services

482 Children’s services posts found.

Free scooter training for Shropshire children this August


Shropshire Council is offering free scooter training at venues across the county this August, for children aged 5 to 10. The Level…

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News from our partners: ‘Open up’ campaign launched to help prevent loneliness in children


News from our partners NHS Shropshire. Telford and Wrekin To mark Loneliness Awareness Week (today util Sun 16 June 2024), NHS Shropshire,…

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Schools Streets pilot starts at five primary schools


A pilot School Streets scheme began at five Shropshire primary schools this week – with a special launch event held at Market…

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Internship opportunities for young people with SEND at RAF Cosford

Internships at RAF Cosford infographic

Shropshire Council SEND and Enable service, DFN Project SEARCH, Shrewsbury Colleges Group and ESS are partnering to offer 10 internships for young…

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What’s on this half-term

Rabbits Galore! on Saturday 25 May poster

With half-term fast approaching, it’s great to know that Shropshire Council has you covered with activities for the whole family. From theatre…

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New path unveiled at Longden Primary School


A new path has been created outside Longden Primary School, Shrewsbury to help make it safer and easier for pupils and parents…

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Welshampton Primary School celebrates ‘Good’ rating in new Ofsted report


Welshampton CE Primary School has been judged as a ‘good’ school in all areas – and ‘good’ overall – following its Ofsted…

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Schools encouraged to apply for £1,000 of active travel funding


Shropshire Council is inviting schools to apply for a grant to help encourage children to cycle, walk or scoot to and from…

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School Streets pilot to begin at five schools next month


An 18-month School Streets pilot is set to begin at five Shropshire schools on Monday 3 June [2024] – with a sixth…

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Mental Health Awareness Week: Move more for your mental health!

Mental Health Awareness Week 2024 graphic

People of all ages are being encouraged to move more for their mental health, as part of this year’s Mental Health Awareness…

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