Could your child benefit from mentoring?

Teenagers and young people often face a number of difficult choices and decisions as they grow into adulthood and sometimes they might find it difficult to talk them through with a family member or a teacher. But now, thanks to a local charity, help is at hand.

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Online gambling
Popular games are introducing children and young people to the excitement and rewards of gambling, even when the game doesn't involve playing for money, according to Mark Griffiths, director of the International Gaming Research Unit at Nottingham Trent University in England.
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Scarlett Fever alert

National and local increase in notifications of scarlet fever to Public Health England are above seasonal expected levels. There were 25 cases reported in Surrey in the week ending 13 April 2014, compared to three cases in the same week the previous year. 

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Educating your child at home
Did you know that as parents, you have the right to choose to educate your child at home? The law says that you must make sure that your child gets a suitable, full time education from the age of five, but this education can take place in an alternative setting such as the home.
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Parent Handbook

If you're a parent of a teenager you may need support or advice from time to time and knowing where to start isn't always easy.  But help is at hand in the form of our Parent Handbook, a useful information and contact directory that includes details of trustworthy organisations and charities that can support you and your teen.

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27 May 2014
Save the date! Surrey libraries festival

Looking for something to keep the children busy? Want to encourage a love of books and reading?  Then join in Surrey Libraries’ Festival for Children which runs across the county from 24 May to 12 July.

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