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Reading Well in Oxfordshire

24 February 2020 – 

Children's mental health books, as part of Reading Well for Children, are now available at Oxfordshire Libraries.

Safer Internet Day 2020 flyer

Get ready for Safer Internet Day 2020

30 January 2020 – 

Safer Internet Day 2020 will be celebrated globally on Tuesday 11th February and this year’s theme is ‘Free to be’, which focuses on inspiring young people to support each other in being who they want to be.

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Festive Season Mental Health

17 December 2019 – 

Tips and information on how to take care of your mental wellbeing and where support can be found.

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Autumn NCS Diary 2018

1 November 2018 – 

This years Autumn NCS programme has begun! After a week at Woodlands and three days completing personal development workshops, the young people begin their social action phase.

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Home is where health starts

11 July 2018 – 

Home is where you can start to become healthier by being more conscious on the way you live your life.

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Be water aware this spring on Oxfordshire's rivers

25 April 2018 – 

Drowning Prevention and Water Safety Week takes place every April and this year we are sharing tips, statistics, facts, skills and knowledge to help you stay safe in the water this summer and for your whole life!

Hidden Harm - Open your eyes to the abuse

Open your eyes to Hidden Harm

20 March 2018 – 

Do you see the risks of being online? Hidden Harm, a campaign from Thames Valley Police aims to make people aware of online abuse and support them to challenge and stop it.

Natasha and Jeremy Day her manager with their certificates

Our own apprentice wins Freemen of Oxford Award

9 March 2018 – 

Our former apprentice, Natasha Dhillon has received a Freemen of Oxford Apprenticeship Award for her outstanding accomplishment as an apprentice for Oxfordshire County Council