#RegisterToVote by Monday to have your say in the UK General Election [ Ow.ly Link ]
Andrea Phelps-brown
John Scattergood
#YourVoteMatters this June in the UK General Election. Make sure you’re registered by 22 May [ Ow.ly Link ]
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Tracey Miller
Tina Boulter
We'll be posting less than usual from today until after the General Election on 8 June.

Find out more with the election guidance for civil servants: [ Ow.ly Link ]
We'll be posting less than usual from today until after the General Election on 8 June

Election guidance for civil servants - GOV.UK

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Donna Dewhurst
Nicola Hollings
Kate Foreman
The Education Secretary sets out her vision to support all young people to access a good school and make the most of their talents.
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Justine Greening: education at the heart of our plan for Britain - GOV.UK

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Rachel Brown
Sean Maher
Bryan Fleak
The schools Food Flagships programme is helping the local community to flourish and has been really valuable in getting schools, parents and pupils excited about food. We’re positive that the changes this programme has helped to bring about will continue long into the future. Find out more: [ London.gov.uk Link ]
The schools Food Flagships programme is helping the local community to flourish

Food Flagships

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Thousands of new school places will be created across the country in the biggest wave of new free school approvals this Parliament.

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Thousands of new school places will be created across the country in
John Scattergood
Steve Taylor
Carolyn Hornby
We're doubling investment to help nurseries, pre-schools & playgroups invest in new buildings & facilities [ Ow.ly Link ] #30hours
Were doubling investment to help nurseries preschools playgroups invest in new buildings
Becka Smith
Zoe Rhymes
Bethan Galliers
Thousands of new childcare places for working parents around the country are being created thanks to a multi-million grant scheme, the Early Years Minister Caroline Dinenage has announced today.

This doubles the government's investment to £100 million, helping nurseries, pre-schools and playgroups invest in new buildings and upgrade their facilities. Altogether this will provide nearly...
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Jane Fear
Donna-Marie Row
Zoe Rhymes
How can our #IndustrialStrategy ensure young people have the skills needed in a fast-changing economy? Have your say [ Goo.gl Link ]
Jo Herridge
Local elections: ‘They’re on your doorstep’

Local elections take place on Thursday 4 May. Make sure you can take part and register to vote.

Registering to vote is easy. You can do it in just a few minutes at [ Gov.uk Link ]. You’ll need to provide your National Insurance number, your date of birth and your address.

Thursday 13 April is the deadline to register to vote. Don’t miss out!

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Tina Boulter
John Scattergood
Alison Wilson
Find out what government support there is to help with childcare costs: [ Childcarechoices.gov.uk Link ] #ChildcareChoices #30hours
Julie Kairis
Nichola Ireland
Answer these questions and share with family and friends to help raise awareness of child abuse and neglect. Child abuse can happen in any community – and everyone with concerns has responsibility for reporting it. Let's #tackleabusetogether
Answer these questions and share with family and friends to help raise

How alert are you to child abuse and neglect?

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Rowan Chamberlain
Rosita Grzondziela
Lewis is a graduate of Step Up to Social Work, a 14-month programme that combines experience in a local authority social work team with high quality university training. Successful candidates are awarded a post-graduate diploma in social work. Here he tells us about a particular case that has affected him. Apply for Step Up here: [ Ow.ly Link ] #StepUptoSocialWork
Sue Newcombe
Jenny Evans
Laura Hitch
Parents, use our online calculator to find out which childcare offer works best for you – it’s quick and easy to use. Just visit [ Childcarechoices.gov.uk Link ] #ChildcareChoices
Katie Jayne
Sarah Combe
Honor Melissa Hieatt
Local elections: ‘They’re on your doorstep’

Local elections take place on Thursday 4 May. Make sure you can take part and register to vote.

Registering to vote is easy. You can do it in just a few minutes at [ Gov.uk Link ]. You’ll need to provide your National Insurance number, your date of birth and your address.

Thursday 13 April is the deadline to register to vote. Don’t miss out!

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No child should be bullied. Please support the #BeKind campaign and find out what we’re doing to tackle #bullying [ Ow.ly Link ] This Morning
No child should be bullied Please support the BeKind campaign and find

Thousands more children to benefit from anti-bullying app - GOV.UK

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Tina Boulter
Samantha Antrobus
Fran Reeves
Across the country, today, there are children spending the day in fear. Too frightened to go to school. Too frightened to speak out. Too frightened to tell anyone. Across the country, today, children are being bullied. As part of 'This Morning's Be Kind' campaign we want you to watch thi...
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Toni Jade
Deborah Harry
Ayliaah Rose Banks
If you have a feeling something’s wrong, it’s important to tell someone. Talk to your local children’s social care team or a police officer – together, we can tackle child abuse. Visit [ Ow.ly Link ] #tackleabusetogether
If you have a feeling somethings wrong its important to tell someone
Social workers: Consultation on the new National Assessment and Accreditation system closes 23:59 14 March 2017 [ Ow.ly Link ]

We would like your views on how we intend to deliver a national assessment and accreditation system for child and family social workers as part of our wider reforms of children’s social care.

The introduction of the National Assessment and Accreditation System – NAAS...
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Danielle Hill
Local elections: ‘They’re on your doorstep’

Local elections take place on Thursday 4 May. Make sure you can take part and register to vote.

Registering to vote is easy. You can do it in just a few minutes at [ Gov.uk Link ]. You’ll need to provide your National Insurance number, your date of birth and your address.

Thursday 13 April is the deadline to register to vote. Don’t miss...
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