There will be the chance to make your own Christmas lanterns and sock puppets, there will also be a free book for every child in attendance.
The newsletter contains an update on the implementation of the Pre-Birth to Preschool Universal Pathway.
Read the newsletter here.
For a summary of the latest findings from the most recent report click here.
The Community Liaison and Partnership Team at Home Energy Scotland is running two free training and networking events which are designed to bring together individuals and organisations committed to tackling fuel poverty.
The training will provide an insight into the causes and effects of fuel poverty as well as the support available from Home Energy Scotland to tackle this issue. More information on the course content, dates of training and venue can be found here tackling fuel poverty together training.
For further information about these training events, please call Dagmara Opilka on 0131 468 8682 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
PlayTalkRead has developed 30 different fun activities for parents to try as part of the #30daysofplay campaign.
During the month of November, they will be offering families in Scotland the opportunity to win a family photo-shoot up to the value of £1000 by sharing a photo of themselves and their child participating in one of our suggest activities via our social media channels.
Support from the Start / Pennypit Family Worker (for Preston, Seton, Gosford ward)
Salary – £25.549
Location – Pennypit Community Development Trust, Prestonpans
Hours – 35 hours – Flexibility will be required
Do you want to make a difference to the lives of children and families?
We are seeking to appoint a Family Worker who will be dedicated to help children and families in the communities of Prestonpans, Port Seton, Cockenzie and Longniddry (PSG) to get the best start in life. Continue reading “Support from the Start / Pennypit Family Worker”
At Breast Cancer Care, we promote the importance of early detection of breast cancer and provide accurate answers to questions about breast health. We believe that up-to-date information, based on clinical evidence, builds confidence and helps people take control of their health.
The aim of the talks is to allow attendees to discuss breast awareness in a relaxed and interactive way, address barriers to the message and debunk myths. We find that what mostly stops people from being breast aware is not knowing what to do or look for and the fear of what they might find.
Talks cover the following:
- What breast awareness is and why it is important,
- Identifying the range of things that can be normal in our breasts,
- Knowing what changes to look and feel for,
- Gaining confidence in knowing what to do next,
- Importance of the screening programme,
- Main risk factors
For more information and to view the full poster click here.
Visit www.lets-talk.scot.nhs.uk a new website which aims to increase access to information to support early communication skills for staff, and for parents/families.
Attached here you will find an electronic version of the Bookbug Outreach evaluation summary and you can read the updated evaluation pages online. These not only contain the summary, infographics and full year four report but also some fantastic case studies on the different ways Bookbug can be utilised in the community.
Scottish Book Trust delivers other programmes alongside Bookbug. For more information on how they change lives through reading and writing, please see the annual report for 2015/16.