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O’Regen Worknet Outreach events this month

Open the door to new jobs and training…there are a number of events to help with employment, training and skills taking place in the borough from this week. Unemployed or looking for work then come to a Worknet event to … Continue reading

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Education support changes

The Future of Education Support Services in Waltham Forest Waltham Forest have arranged meetings to inform Parents/Carers of the changes that are proposed to the services below and to listen to your views. You can attend any of the following … Continue reading

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Travel News for parents and carers

Transport for London have just issued a bulletin to let service users know that members of the RMT and TSSA will be taking industrial action from the evening of Monday 6th September 2010. It is not expected that normal service … Continue reading

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Advice for Parents

You can view or download the Headstart for Parents and Prospective Parents publication from the Waltham Forest Family Information Service pages here. This is a great booklet (in pdf format) that gives parents and those about to become parents comprehensive … Continue reading

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Activity updates today

We have just posted our new activity planner on our Children Centre page. You can view and download our plans until April 2011. The pages include maps of our locations, sessions and contact details for our services. We have also … Continue reading

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Deaf Awareness Week

From the 28th June to the 4th July is Deaf Awareness Week. Nearly 15% of our population have some form of deafness. The theme for this year is ‘Look at Me’, which seeks to help hearing people understand the different … Continue reading

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