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15 Feb

Baby Play at Breightmet Library

First Friday of every month at 9.30am Inspire your baby to develop through sensory touch, song, movement and play.

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4 Feb

New Top Tips for speech, language and communication development

Top Tips for February Our monthly top tips have been updated on key areas of speech, language and communication development, ready to be displayed on noticeboards and shared with staff.

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17 Jan

Bolton Music Service: Network meeting 29th January 2019

Bolton Music Service is holding another network meeting on Tuesday 29th January 2019.

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17 Jan

Education inspection framework 2019: inspecting the substance of education

Today Ofsted launched its consultation on the 2019 education inspection framework.

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31 Dec

As another year draws to an end

As another year draws to an end, we have been reflecting on the challenges and successes that we have all shared during 2018. It has been another busy year and so much has been achieved.

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31 Dec

10 ways babies learn when we sing to them

The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)  have published a short article on how babies learn when we sing to them.

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21 Dec

Bolton NHS Winter Campaign – See your pharmacist first

Did you know, a pharmacist is qualified to help with minor health concerns?

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21 Dec

Bolton NHS Winter Campaign – Visit your GP, not A&E

Did you know that your Bolton GP practice is open as normal on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve?

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21 Dec

Shine a Light Awards 2019

The seventh “Shine a Light Awards” are now open for entries and nominations. The Awards are seeking to recognise outstanding schools, teams, young people and individuals in the UK who champion innovative work and excellent practice in supporting children and young people’s communication development. Applications close on 09 January 2019.

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19 Dec

Glue ear – what it is and how it can be treated

Glue ear is a very common childhood conditions. Most of the time, it is a temporary condition linked to ear infections but if left untreated, it may affect hearing and speech development.

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