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  • Newsletter
    12 July 2019
    Issue 36/FODJ
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  • Newsletter
    5 July 2019
    Issue 35/FODJ
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  • Important
    1 July 2019
    Thursday 4th July Menu Change
    Please see attached menu change for Thursday 4th July only.
  • Newsletter
    28 June 2019
    Issue 34/FODJ
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    24 June 2019
    Issue 33/FODJ
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  • General
    20 June 2019
    Triple P Group Workshops July 2019
    Please find attached the city-wide Children’s Centre’s Triple P Group Workshops for July 2019 All parents/ carers with children aged 2 to 7 years (including under 8s) are welcome. Tarner Children’s Centre is running a free Triple P Parenting Workshop on Saturday 29 June at 10.00-12.15pm. The subject of this workshop is Managing Fighting and Aggression. To book a place please call Natalie on 01273 296700 or Tina Goddard on 01273 296356. Hangleton Park Children’s Centre is running a free Triple P Parenting Workshop on Wednesday 3 July at 12.30-2.30pm. The subject of this workshop is Dealing with Disobedience. Limited free crèche places. To book a place please call Lin on 01273 294062 or Tina on 01273 296356. Hollingdean Children’s Centre is running a free Triple P Parenting Workshop on Wednesday 10 July at 12.15-2.30pm. The subject of this workshop is Bedtime Routines and Sleep Habits. Limited free crèche places. To book a place please call Natalie on 01273 296700 or Tina on 01273 296356. Tarner Children’s Centre is running a free Triple P Parenting Workshop on Saturday 20 July at 10.00-12.15pm. The subject of this workshop is Dealing with Disobedience. To book a place please call Natalie on 01273 296700 or Tina on 01273 296356.
  • Reminder
    20 June 2019
    Non-Uniform Day - Sweet Donations!
    REMINDER! We need sweet donations (nut and sesame free) for the Summer Fair Tombola. Please bring to parents corner at drop off tomorrow, Friday 21st June. All donations will be gratefully received. Don't forget tomorrow is non-uniform day. Thank you!
  • Newsletter
    14 June 2019
    Issue 32/FODJ
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  • General
    11 June 2019
    Do you live, work, socialise or have an interest in Brighton & Hove. If so, read on... | Brighton & Hove ROC conversation 25th June 19:00-21:00 Falmer Stadium
    Dear All, Please see below for information about an event being held by Redeeming Our Communities (ROC) in partnership with Sussex Police’s Serious Organised Crime Community Coordinator (Donna Ward). This is a city-wide conversation about serious organised crime and violence, vulnerability and exploitation to look at how we work with communities differently to address crime and anti-social behaviour in the city. Please share across communities you are part of. Do you live, work, socialise or have an interest in Brighton & Hove. If so, read on………….. On 25th June, ROC are coming to Brighton & Hove and you are invited to join the ROC conversation which will be taking place at the Amex Stadium between 7pm and 9pm. Who are ROC? Redeeming Our Communities is a national charity founded in 2004 with over 150 projects throughout the UK. The charity’s main aim is to bring about community transformation by creating strategic partnerships which open up opportunities for crime and disorder reduction and improved community cohesion. This partnership approach has seen crime and anti-social behaviour fall and fresh hope brought to some of the most deprived and challenging areas of the UK, urban and rural alike. ROC brings together community groups, churches, the police, the fire service, local authorities and voluntary agencies to encourage them to work together in positive partnerships for practical ‘on the ground’ change. As a result, statutory agencies have improved access to the support of community/church groups, and thousands of volunteers are enabled to better serve the needs of their community. This idea is proving to be even more valuable in the light of the current economic climate and the Big Society. What is a ROC Conversation? A ROC Conversation is a structured community engagement event that brings together local people to celebrate all the good things happening in the community and explore practical ways of doing more. A ROC Conversation is a 2 hour structured community engagement event that invites members of the community to gather and discuss the specific needs of their community, and explore practical ways of meeting those needs. We invite: · Residents · School and Youth representatives · Volunteer groups · Police & Fire Services · Faith groups · Councillors and MPs Safer, Kinder Communities ROC’s mission is to increase community resilience by inspiring and supporting groups to work together. A ROC Conversation achieves this by: · Connecting local community members, volunteers & statutory agencies · Celebrating all the good things taking place in your community · Raising awareness of the current needs of your community · Exploring potential solutions and resources required to meet current needs · Creating a network of people passionate about improving your community · Identifying & utilising existing skillsets and resources in your community · Kick-starting new projects in your community Who can attend? The simple answer to this is ANYONE can attend. ROC works with many difference agencies including public services, statutory authorities, schools, businesses, community organisations and churches. People who agree that communities are important and that we can all play our part. People from different backgrounds, with different beliefs and different cultural influences who all share a common vision: to make their community stronger. The common vision enables them to look beyond their differences and pool their energies and resources. If you have already booked your free place, we look forward to welcoming you to the ROC Conversation. If you would like to register for your free place please go to [www.roc.uk.com/brighton]www.roc.uk.com/brighton Phil Gleave MBE National Development Manager

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