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[6 Dec 2015 | No Comment | 3,149 views]

By Quentin Letts for the Daily Mail
Unmissable: The acting may not be spot-on, but nothing beats a children’s nativity play
Christmas has its modern rituals, some lovelier than others. There are the emotive telly adverts for John Lewis and there are the drunken office parties. Modern Christmas means Slade on Radio 2, mince pies on the canteen counter, town centre fairy lights being lit by minor soap stars.
But surely the most memorable, moving of Christmas customs in recent decades has been the primary school nativity play. I don’t recall us holding …

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[12 Sep 2012 | No Comment | 2,019 views]
More than 200 schools have CCTV in toilets and changing rooms

More than 200 schools have fitted CCTV in bathrooms and changing rooms, according to the biggest survey so far into the scale of surveillance

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[28 Apr 2012 | One Comment | 2,500 views]
Cheats Choices and Dumbing Down

This is the most useful book for parents, teachers and advisers and students. It gives clear insightful analysis of the current examination system, what examiners are looking for and how to achieve the best results. It comments honestly on the current controversy over whether some subjects are easier than others and whether some of the better Universities regard some subjects as carrying more weight than others Written by an. Reviewed for Parentsoutloud by a 42 year old mother doing A levels and 14 year old embarking on exams the …

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[17 Jan 2012 | No Comment | 1,612 views]

The purpose of the site is ultimately to provide the UK with a huge counselling support network, enabling those in distress to find a counsellor close to them and appropriate for their needs. This is a free, confidential service that will hopefully encourage those in distress to seek help. The website also contains a number of sections on emotional disorders (types of distress section) and provides some useful statistics. Every counsellor on the site who has submitted their profile has either sent a copy of their qualifications and insurance cover …

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[1 Jan 2012 | No Comment | 1,329 views]
Parentsoutloud wish you a happy 2012

May your New Year be all you wish for and thank you for following the site we look forward to your support in 2012

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[13 Sep 2011 | No Comment | 1,565 views]
Help & Support Asperger Syndrome Patients!

Asperger Syndrome
Asperger Syndrome.me.uk is a website writen by parents of a person with Aspergers, the sites only function is to help and support anyone who wants to find out about aspergers.

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[27 Jan 2011 | No Comment | 1,968 views]

BBc Radio 4 Today programe
http://www.bbc.co.uk/i/xphkv/

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[11 Jan 2011 | No Comment | 1,647 views]
Calling Norfolk Parents Help Please

With the secondary school league tables out tomorrow we’re doing a piece on BBC Radio Norfolk at 10am about the issues surrounding school catchment areas in Norfolk such as the pressures of getting into a school high in the league tables, has anyone ever moved house to get into a catchment area for example?
We’d be happy to pre record the interview before the show if people are worried about going live and we would do the short interview over the phone. It would be great to speak to someone in …

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[1 Jul 2010 | No Comment | 2,286 views]
Social Care Jobs, Social Work Jobs & Child Care Jobs

>JobsinSocialWork is a specialist job site delivering roles to highly targeted job seekers looking for a career in Health and Social Care.
Link: http://www.jobsinsocialwork.co.uk/

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[6 Jan 2010 | One Comment | 1,650 views]

Anushka Asthana
The Observer, Sunday 27 December 2009
Sir Steve Redgrave has criticised the organisers of the London Olympic Games for being shortsighted in planning the sporting legacy for the UK.
The record-breaking Olympian, who won five consecutive gold medals for rowing, says those involved in the Games are not looking far enough into the future. “Everything seems to be very short-term at the moment – there has been little talk about what is going to happen in the years after the Olympics. The success of these games will not even be …

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