Offer period launched for new magazine aimed at children between 8 and 14 years old

The publisher of the newly launched free current affairs magazine The Week Junior has recently implemented a trial subscription offer for the publication aimed at children between 8 and 14 years old.

Engaging young minds

In a bid to engage young minds and encourage the exploration and understanding of the world around throughout the younger generations, Dennis Publishing Limited is running a trial subscription offer.

The offer

The trail period offers the first six issues for free, so parents and peers can see whether the children enjoy the magazine before committing to a full subscription.

To find out more, please visit: http://theweekjunior.co.uk/about-junior/

06 Oct 2016

The Scrapstore Birmingham collaborates with organisations from across the UK at national conference

The Scrapstore Birmingham recently collaborated with scrapstores across the UK, sharing ideas and materials at the Reuseful UK National Conference.

Milton Keynes Play Association

The national scrapstore conference took place in Milton Keynes on September 16th and included the partnership of the Milton Keynes Play Association. Josh Mitchell, Coordinator at The Scrapstore Birmingham said:

“We had a great time catching up with other scrapstore friends and Reuseful UK, and also got to swap some brilliant stock for our scrapstores. It’s moving quickly, so make sure to book your appointments before it all goes.”

Keep up to date

To keep up to date with all of the latest news from The Scrapstore Birmingham, like the official Facebook page, and follow @ScrapstoreBrum on Twitter and @scrapstorebirmingham on Instagram.

06 Oct 2016

Early Help Panels provide support for local practitioners

Early Help Panels (EHP) has been set up in Birmingham to give local practitioners the opportunity to discuss cases, identify blockages and agree solutions.

Team Around Family

Replacing the Team Around Family (TAF) meetings, the five Early Help Panels will share information and help ensure a consistent approach to Early Help, and will be aligned with Birmingham Education Partnership (BEP).

The panels will be helping agencies manage a case within their own resources and/or with the support of other agencies, address blockages in the system, provide a level of multi-agency background information sharing on a case/family and suggest actions and ways forward. The following areas will be covered:

The membership of the Local Early Help Panels comes from the main agencies in each of the five areas, including Health, Education, Police, Early Years, Voluntary Sector, Housing Family Support, Safeguarding, Youth Offending Service, Mental Health and much more.

To access the EHP you will need full consent of the family, and to have been working with the family to complete an Early Help Assessment (or fCAF). You will send in your assessment to one of the five email boxes (above). You could also be directed to the EHP through a conversation with CASS (Children’s Advice and Support Service).

For further information please visit: http://www.lscbbirmingham.org.uk/index.php/early-help

06 Oct 2016

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