The majority of local authorities will receive a shorter inspection once every three years, which will be punctuated by yearly ‘focused visits’, providing more frequent contact with Ofsted. These visits will result in a published narrative outcome letter, highlighting both any areas for improvement and good practice.
Pupils at St. Luke’s CE Primary School worked alongside M6Theatre Company to produce a short film about hate crime called ‘Don’t Hate Me!’.
NHS Pennine Care launches the Community Eating Disorder Service (North) on Wednesday 8 November, 4 - 7pm.
A short film has been commissioned by Rochdale Borough Council, in partnership with Kingsway Park High School and M6 Theatre, to raise awareness of children missing in education and child sexual exploitation.
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse has today published the report, ‘Victim and Survivor Voices from the Truth Project’.
The criminal exploitation of children and adults (many of whom are vulnerable) is an issue in Greater Manchester and addressing this problem is a priority for Programme Challenger. A key objective of the campaign is to encourage people to report their concerns to the police or to Crimestoppers, which they can do through the usual channels (999 in an emergency, 101 for non-emergencies or 0800 555111 anonymously) or as an alternative in a non-emergency situation information can be emailed directly to the Challenger team using the email address [email protected]
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