Free and confidential advice service launched

Young people aged between 16 and 25 can now benefit from a free and confidential helpline service, that offers them support and advice to help them cope with some of the problems that life throws at them.

Whether they’re experiencing problems at home, suffering from exam stress, feeling depressed or being bullied, help is at hand.

 

 

 

 

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Free school meals

Did you know that from September 2014 every primary school child in reception classes, year 1 and year 2 can have a free lunch? 

That could mean a whopping saving of nearly £400 per year per child for a family.

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Can you DIG IT?

If you have a child aged 15 and over, why not get them to take part in Dig for a day at Woking Palace on Sunday 28 September .  

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Opt-Into!
If you're the parent, grandparent or carer of a 14 - 18 year old then a new scheme from East Surrey College may be right up their street.

Opt-Into aims to help 14 to 18 year olds find their path and take the next steps, whether it’s starting work or getting back into education. 
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Get going this summer with the 10 Minute Shake Up
Change4Life and Disney have partnered up to help kids get active.

Only one in five children aged 5-10 currently meet the recommended target 60 minutes of daily activity, with almost 40% of children in this age group doing less than 30 minutes per day.

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Free summer activities in Mole Valley
If you have a child aged 7-11 and live in the Mole Valley area, why not book them onto one of the FREE summer activities organised  this summer.
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23 July 2014
Newsflash
3,800 new school places announced
 

Plans have been unveiled to create around 3,800 new Surrey school places in the next academic year, that's the equivalent of building around nine brand new two-form entry primary schools.

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