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22 February 2016
Teams of secondary-age young people from Oxfordshire are invited to participate in The Art of Enterprise Business Challenge.
22 February 2016
A new play tackling the issues of self-harm will tour Oxfordshire secondary schools this spring. The play aims to increase awareness of self-harm and help people access the right support.
27 January 2016
On January 19th and 20th, the Oxme team was at Careers Fest, talking to students from local secondary schools about post-16 choices in education and apprenticeships.
15 January 2016
The 28th January will be National Young Carers Awareness Day, a day dedicated to recognising Young Carers across the UK!
11 January 2016
You can now access Oxfordshire Libraries from your phone or tablet!
5 January 2016
Made any resolutions? Kickstart 2016 with these brilliant ideas.
27 November 2015
Meet Hollie, Chair of the Children in Care Council, who ‘tookover’ my role today as Engagement Officer for the Children in Care Council.
9 October 2015
Oxford University Hospitals wants you to take part in our future - whether you are a patient, a carer, live in the area we serve, are a volunteer in our hospitals or work for us.
18 September 2015
All young people aged 16 or 17 should be in learning this September, but there are lots of options, including apprenticeships
11 September 2015
Your school nurse can help with more than you think; if your new term is getting you down, ask them for help!
20 August 2015
The Museum of Natural History in Oxford is looking for a group of young people aged 14-19 years old to create a Youth Forum
6 August 2015
Oxfordshire's members of the UK Youth Parliament met up with UK Prime Minister David Cameron
4 August 2015
Welcome to the oxme.info website, with improved web tools, a cool and open design and opportunities to comment and contribute throughout.
8 June 2015
Work has begun on a new children’s centre that will support Oxfordshire's most vulnerable children