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Reading fairy tales boosts intelligence!
Have you been through the online school admissions process recently?
Save up to £50 per month!
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Reading fairy tales boosts intelligence!
According to Albert Einstein "If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales". So what better reason do you need to celebrate National Bookstart Week, especially as this year's theme is fairy tales? Find out more about National Bookstart Week, running from 24 to 30 June. And with libraries across Surrey holding free events for two to five year olds all that week, why not see what's happening near you?
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Have you been through the online school admissions process recently?
 
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If the answer's yes, the Children Schools and Families Team would like to hear from you. They're holding two workshops to talk to parents as they're reviewing the online application process for school admissions. The workshops are on:

  • Monday 24 June at Salvation Army, Woking Corps, Sythwood, Woking GU21 3BE
  • Friday 28 June at Confederation Training Room, Epsom and Ewell High School, Ruxley Lane, West Ewell KT19 9JW.

Both workshops take place from 9.30 - 11.30am and refreshments will be provided. If you'd  like to take part and help shape the future school admissions process, email csfcommunications@surreycc.gov.uk

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Save up to £50 per month!
 

Did you know that you could save up to £50 per month by wasting less food? An alarming 75,000 tonnes of uneaten food is thrown away in Surrey every year and the cost of dealing with the third that is collected and recycled adds up to a staggering £6 million a year. That amount of money could fund 630 primary school places, buy a million library books or fix 108,000 potholes. For free tips on how to waste less food, visit Surrey Couny Council's Love Food Surrey pages.

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