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The Active Aquatics provide a swimming service for schools which includes, teacher, pool hire and transport to and from the venue....
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Youth Cafe opening in Southport
15 Oct
We are excited to announce we will shortly opening a Youth Cafe in Southport Launching on 12th November, at The Royal Clifton Hotel Southport, in the Belvedere Room. 3:30-6:00pm for young people aged 12-17 years of age. Opportunity for young people to chill out and socialize after school/ colleague in a safe, inclusive environment, with fully qualified youth workers.
Learning Event - Serious Case Reviews - 12 November
14 Oct
As you may be aware Sefton Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) are re-running their successful Learning Event (SCRs) on 12 November 2019. Due to the resounding success of the event held in June, Sefton LSCB have agreed to re-run the sessions. The session are 2 hours long and will be sharing the learning from Sefton Serious Case Reviews (SCRs) using the ‘voice of the child’. Sefton LSCB have again secured AFTA Thought (Drama Training Company) to deliver the sessions using actors. NB. The 10am session has limited places available so be quick.
Do you work with children and families?
14 Oct
The Early Help Strategy has been updated Effective early help requires a whole family approach and encompasses all stakeholders working with children and families. This includes Health, Police, Education, Children’s Social Care, Local Authority Early Help, Voluntary and Community organisations and the wider public. The strategy acknowledges that agencies will be addressing their own distinct needs and meeting a range of key performance indicators against a variety of policy drivers and aims to provide an umbrella framework of key principles that can be applied across all agendas. Engagement with the strategy by all sectors will require some cultural and operational changes but by doing so, and actively working together to deliver outcomes, we believe that we will positively change the relationship between the community and the public sector in ways which build and strengthen community resilience. We are still at the beginning of this journey and the strategy is aspirational, but we are building on solid foundations established through the success of existing early intervention work. Save the date The Early Help Strategy will be launched on World Children’s Day 20 November 2019 at Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre. If you work with children or families we would love to welcome you to attend any one of three sessions on the day at 9:30, 12:30 or 16:30. We look forward to seeing you on the day!