Tag Archive: schools

Protect your child from Flu this Winter

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So summer is finally over, the kids are back at school, Bake-Off and Strictly have started up again and we’re all on the countdown to Christmas.   And already the kids have started with… Continue reading

Give and Gain day found ‘awesome’ by children from Hovingham Primary

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In the heart of Harehills, Hovingham Primary School faces many challenges associated with an area of such high social deprivation. To support overcoming potential barriers to successful learning the school has its own… Continue reading

Leeds Children’s Mayor voting closing shortly!

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The prestigious position of Leeds Children’s Mayor will soon be decided by the children and young people of Leeds. The voting period is open till 12pm on 5 November 2015.. All children and… Continue reading

Wanted: School recycling champions!

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A new recruitment drive is looking for green minded pupils to take the recycling message to fellow classmates and their families, as part of National Recycle Week, which runs from 22 – 28 June.… Continue reading

3000 years’ service to Leeds children honoured at awards ceremony

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Staff who educate, care for and work on behalf of children and young people in Leeds were recognised for their dedication at a special awards ceremony last month. Long Service Awards were presented… Continue reading

Leeds schools give Fairtrade the thumbs up!

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Children from 22 schools across Leeds came together to lead activities on Fairtrade, sweatshops and recycling at a special celebration at Leeds Civic Hall last Friday. The children used peer education toolkits put… Continue reading

The Children and Families Act – a young person’s view

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Recently we have been using this blog to talk about changes to services for children and young people with SEN and disabilities under the Children and Families Act 2014. We have started to make these… Continue reading

Tour de Roundhay – a Tour de Force!

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  Celebrating the Tour de France coming to Leeds, the Tour de Roundhay set out to provide a fun and sociable afternoon for our local community. It certainly delivered this, drawing the praise… Continue reading

New ambassadors and recent visits!

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Jane and Auli are part of the team working on child friendly Leeds, and they’re talking to organisations across the city about how we can work together to make Leeds’ child friendly city… Continue reading

Good luck in your exams!

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We all know how important it is to give all children and young people the encouragement and inspiration they need to be a success. As part of child friendly Leeds, we’ve brought together… Continue reading