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Eat like a Champ

Eat like a Champ is a free healthy eating education programme aimed at Primary School Children aged 9-10 years. The aim of the programme is to tackle the growing issue of poor nutrition and obesity amongst children through six specially tailored lessons about Healthy Eating. The concept of Eat like a Champ is to make

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Young Persons’ IDVA (Independent Domestic Violence Adviser) Service

Do you know about the Young Persons’ IDVA (Independent Domestic Violence Adviser) Service? The role of the YP IDVA is to work with young people aged 13-19 years, who are experiencing abuse in an intimate relationship by a partner or ex- partner. The role also extends to working with young people aged up to 25

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Time4u

Do you know a student who has witnessed or been affected by domestic abuse or sexual violence? Time4u is a counselling and psychotherapy service for young people aged 13 – 18 years (and up to 24 years with additional needs) who have been affected by domestic abuse or sexual violence. This includes young people who have

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Rainbow Flag Award

The Kite Trust is inviting applications from primary, secondary, special schools and colleges to join the next cohort of The Rainbow Flag Award in January 2021. The Rainbow Flag Award is a national quality assurance framework which focuses on LGBTQ+, (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, questioning, plus other related identities), inclusion and visibility. It is a year-long

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Evaluation for ‘SafeConsume’

Would you be interested in taking part in an Evaluation for ‘SafeConsume’ materials? Public Health England is evaluating ‘SafeConsume’ educational materials about food hygiene practices. This research is being led by the e-Bug team and is part of a European-wide project which includes England, Portugal, Hungary and France. The research team is seeking participation from

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NEW RSE Curriculum Resources from Dhiverse

To support secondary schools in introducing and implementing the new RSE curriculum Dhiverse – the local sexual health charity – has produced a curriculum package (Years 7– 11) with lesson plans, resources and delivery guidance together with staff training. www.dhiverse.org.uk/our-services/young-peoples-services The new RSE Curriculum Package includes the following for you to purchase: A complete new

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