Local News - August 2016

Summer Fun Lancashire Children's Trust recognises the many positive outcomes that children and young people can achieve through accessing activities and learning during the school holidays. The coordination of district programmes allows us to pull together a range of existing provision during holiday periods, provided through partners such as schools, district councils, children's centres, leisure centres and community groups. This provides parents with a single point of information in planning summer holiday activities for their children. For lastest Trust guidance on Lancashire's Continuum of Need visit: Lancashire Children's Trust August e-bulletin (July's bulletins are available to download below).

 

Make your Mark 2016 Make Your Mark is the UK’s largest youth consultation of young people from 11-18, please could you support Lancashire's Members of Youth Parliament by getting the message out to organisations and young people in Schools, youth groups etc. Last year Lancashire MYP's managed to get the highest return from any UK constituency, due partly to the support of all who work with young people. LCC has a participation team who can possibly come into your groups, schools colleges to run session, assemblies and run the ballots if needed. For details visit: Make your Mark 2016

 

Prevent Training for Youth Organisations The current international situation is not getting any better. The wars in Syria, Iraq and constant tension in the Middle East affect us here in Lancashire. We all need to do more to ensure we live in a society that is inclusive and respectful of others.  If you thought prevent was all about spying you could not be more wrong. Come and find out about how you, your staff and young people can help make Lancashire a safer place to live and work. Young Lancashire's Prevent for Youth Organisations training will take place on Wednesday 28 September from 1:30 till 4:00pm to register your place, visit: Prevent Training

 

Lancashire Post Inspection Improvement Board Lancashire County Council (LCC) received an unsatisfactory OFSTED inspection last year for its Children’s Services.  This requires certain measures to be put in place to enable continuous improvement prior to the next inspection, as well as scrutiny of progress made, a key requirement of which was the formation of an Improvement Board. For full details about the work of this Board; details of sector representatives, a summary of the action plan and a guide for practitioners visit: Lancashire Childrens Services Improvement Board
 
For the latest news from Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre CVS, visit: CVS E Bulletin Issue 30
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