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CYP Executive Board Meeting Notes
CYP Executive Board Meeting Notes

Briefing from the meeting of the Children and Young People's Partnership Executive Board held...

Top Honours for the Brighter Futures Transformation Team at Chamberlain Awards
Top Honours for the Brighter Futures Transformation Team at Chamberlain Awards
The winners of Birmingham City Council’s Chamberlain Awards 2010 were revealed on Friday...
Birmingham Celebrates 1st Anniversary of PATHS
Birmingham Celebrates 1st Anniversary of PATHS
Brighter Futures celebrated the first anniversary of the Promoting Alternative Thinking...
BBC Radio 4 - Brighter Futures Programme: Prevention and Early Intervention
BBC Radio 4 - Brighter Futures Programme: Prevention and Early Intervention

Early Intervention schemes create dramatic results The Brighter Futures programme is driving forward projects...

Briefings
Children's Trust Board Notes  08/04/2011
Children's Trust Board Notes 08/04/2011
Briefing notes of the Children's Trust Board meeting on 08 April 2011
CTB Executive Board Brief - 08/04/2011
CTB Executive Board Brief - 08/04/2011
Minutes from the Children's Trust Board Executive Group: 08 April 2011.
Improvement Board Brief - 23.02.2011
Improvement Board Brief - 23.02.2011
Briefing notes of the Birmingham Safeguarding and Children in Care Improvement Board...
Improvement Board Brief - 20.01.2011
Improvement Board Brief - 20.01.2011
Briefing notes of the Birmingham Safeguarding and Children in Care Improvement Board...

Police launch Facebook application to help keep students safe

WM Police Best Mates game

WEST Midlands Police has developed a unique web-based game as a new way to teach students how to stay safe at university.

Thousands of students are back at the region’s universities and Home Office statistics show that one in three of them could become a victim of crime at some point during their studies. West Midlands Police has been working with students from the region’s six universities, some higher education colleges and the West Midlands area NUS to look at new ways to get crime prevention messages across to students.

Go to West Midlands Police for the full story

Go to the Best Mates web

Web Links
Brighter Futures Strategy
The Birmingham Strategy for children and young people
Brighter Futures video
The Brighter Futures video about Birmingham's strategy for children is available to view...
Voluntary Sector Vacanices
Birmingham Voluntary Sector Job vacanicies
Healthy Lives, Brighter Futures Executive Summary
Link to the DCSF publication which was considered at the C&YP Exec Board on 27 March in...
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