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West Indian Cultural Centre – NEEDS YOUR HELP!

African Caribbean Leadership Company (ACLC) ACLC is fundraising for internal repairs to stop closure of the Cultural Centre in North London N8. Our beloved Cultural Centre which has been providing culturally sensitive services and activities for the African Caribbean Community in Hornsey for over 30 years – NEEDS YOUR HELP! The iconic building founded by pioneering community leaders from the Windrush Generation, and which has also played host to many high-profile […]

todayJune 27, 2022 22 2

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Safeguarding Awareness Week 16-22 May 2022

Tes Safeguarding Awareness Week to help pupils feel  safe   This May Safeguarding Awareness Week is an opportunity to explore what it means to feel safe, particularly in light of the recent reports of the rise of sexual harassment in schools. Since March 2021, thousands of testimonies from children and young people of peer-on-peer sexual harassment and abuse have been posted on the ‘Everyone’s Invited’ website  Many of these […]

todayMay 17, 2022 51

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Islington restaurant creates fine-dining menu entirely from food waste

An Islington restaurant has partnered with a food waste app to create a five-course fine-dining experience made of food destined for the bin. Too Good To Go was founded at the end of 2015 to combat food waste and though the app individuals can purchase a bag containing food that is still edible but that stores could no longer sell as it might be damaged, past its display date or […]

todayMay 4, 2022 60

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Bemerton Children’s Centre in Barnsbury rated as “outstanding” by Ofsted

Bemerton Children’s Centre in Barnsbury rated as “outstanding” by Ofsted Bemerton Children’s Centre, a nursery near Caledonian Road managed by Islington Council, has been given the highest-possible rating by Ofsted.   The report, published on Tuesday 29 March after an inspection on Wednesday 23 February, described the centre as an “exceptional nursery” where “children thrive”, “teaching is superb” and staff “continually strive for the best outcomes”. The inspector noted that […]

todayMay 4, 2022 19

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Scrapping Covid testing ‘reckless in the extreme’

Scrapping Covid testing 'reckless in the extreme'   Heads' union leaders call on the education secretary to reinstate free Covid testing in schools amid high pupil and staff absence Leaders of two unions representing most of England's school heads have called the decision to withdraw free Covid testing from pupils and staff "reckless in the extreme", in a joint letter to the education secretary.   Geoff Barton, general secretary of the Association […]

todayApril 4, 2022 24

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SEND review: What schools need to know

SEND review: What schools need to know   The much-delayed special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) review, first launched in 2019, has been published this morning, marking the opening of a 13-week consultation.   The green paper, titled “Right support, right place, right time”, commits to identifying children’s needs more quickly.   Education secretary Nadhim Zahawi said it would also restore families’ trust in an “inclusive education system with excellent […]

todayApril 4, 2022 10

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Big regional divide on some energy bill charges as energy prices rises in April

Sharp rises in standing charges on standard electricity bills will see customers face very different cost increases depending on where they live.   Customers in South Scotland, Merseyside, North Wales and the South West of England will see the daily payments double from April. Those in London and the East of England will see increases of less than 60%. All consumer bills include a standing charge; a fixed daily payment […]

todayMarch 30, 2022 11

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Barriers raised for pupils in the greatest need

Covid has raised new barriers for pupils in greatest need   New national attainment data shows the impact of the pandemic on primary school children has not been evenly spread When the country first locked down, two years ago this week, primary schools were launched into uncharted territory. Despite the extraordinary efforts of heads and teachers during this time of turmoil, many pupils have fallen behind where they should be […]

todayMarch 29, 2022 12

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Warm Home Discount Scheme

What is the Warm Home Discount and how can I apply? (Government Information) Click on the link below WARM HOME DISCOUNT SCHEME With sharp rises to gas and electricity bills predicted for this winter, it’s worth finding out whether you qualify for Warm Home Discount where you can save money off your winter energy bills. It’s a government-backed scheme to help reduce costs if you’re on low income, getting certain […]

todayFebruary 3, 2022 28

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