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Record numbers of children in Wales receiving MMR vaccine

The number of children who have had their MMR jab, protecting them against measles, mumps and rubella has reached a record level in Wales, Deputy Minister for Health Vaughan Gething has revealed. The latest annual figures for the measles, mumps and rub...

Greater support offered to adopted families thanks to new service

ADOPTED children and their new families are being given greater support when they come up against problems, thanks to a dedicated service. East Sussex County Council recognised the need and launched AdCAMHS – a small specialist service responding to ...

Development Opportunities for Early Years Professionals

As the weather starts to turn colder, the early year’s sector is warming up for the next Childcare Expo.  The bi-annual show, sponsored by Morton Michel, is returning to Olympia in London on 6 and 7 March 2015 to showcase the latest products and servic...

New Christmas campaign to explore “real toy story”

National deafblind charity Sense has today (17 November) launched a new Christmas campaign aimed at highlighting how toys can play a key role in helping children with sight and hearing loss to communicate.   “The real toy story” looks at how toys c...

Jelly good fun on Wobbly Wednesday

A day that included a teacher being pelted with jelly and a pub selling jelly laced with vodka made sure it really was a Wobbly Wednesday on the 5th November.  Hospitals and schools joined in the fun to raise awareness of the eye condition nystagmus.  N...

Dance lessons for young people with sight and hearing loss

Sense, the national deafblind charity and Dance4Change are launching a dance course for young people with sight and hearing loss. The dance sessions will provide the opportunity for young people from 17-25 years old to develop their dance and performance...

Parents and charities welcome the new SEN reforms

The parents of five-year-old Phoebe Andrews, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy shortly after birth, have welcomed the changes to the SEN system introduced in September. The intention of the new legislation is to give children and young people with ...

Royal Blind and Nordoff Robbins Scotland host a musical Christmas

Start your Christmas celebrations on a musical note as Royal Blind joins forces with Nordoff Robbins Scotland to bring you a Christmas Concert. Taking place on Tuesday 2 December in St Mark's Church, Castle Terrace, Edinburgh at 7.00pm the concert is...
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The National College of Music & Arts, London

The National College of Music & Arts, London, established 1894. A smaller examination board for all aspects of music • Great Opportunities for all musicians in almost every instrument • Opportunities in composition, conduction, and thesis in...
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