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Parents and schools sign up for global movement to learn outdoors

خيار ثنائي روبوت تاجر Up to half a million children to learn outside on Outdoor Classroom Day on May 18th 2017

افضل شركات الفوركس فى مصر كيف تربح المال من الأسهم  School children across the UK will join thousands of other schools all over the world to celebrate Outdoor Classroom Day- a global initiative that encourages teachers to take lessons outside.

بحث عن التداول بالذهب Outdoor Classroom Day will be celebrated across the world in as many as 52 countries on May 18th 2017, with the aim of getting over half a million children learning and playing outside of their classroom.

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استراتيجيات تداول الخيارات الثنائية 60 ثانية If you’re a parent, you can sign up – and communicate the importance of outdoor learning directly to your child’s school with downloadable letters and posters and tips on how to support them. This year’s campaign aims to deliver the message to more schools, more children and more communities than ever before, with a record number of lessons being taught on the day in various countries around the world.

اين استطيع بيع اسهم مصرف عجمان داخل الكويت Outdoor Classroom Day, now an annual event, is designed to raise awareness of the fact that the outdoors is not just good for health and wellbeing, it also has strong links to improved attention and concentration, increased productivity and learning, better behaviour, and more positive teacher/pupil relationships.

هل تداول الخيارات الثنائية حرام Juno Hollyhock, Chief Executive at Learning through Landscapes explains, “The real aim of Outdoor Classroom Day is to inspire the world by letting children and teachers experience the true benefits of outdoor learning and play. No matter where you are in the world, learning outdoors will help children focus, it will boost their creativity and enhance their imagination -and it’s also more fun! Whether its maths, music, science, art, drama or a language- being outdoors makes lessons truly memorable- and adds to the enjoyment of childhood.”

To inspire schools to participate, organisers of Outdoor Classroom Day have made a vast number of free materials and resources available, to encourage teachers and schools in various ways. Put together by industry professionals, working together for the first time to promote this initiative, these resources will inspire, encourage and provide a safe and supportive framework for schools to teach outside.

Parents, teachers and schools can get involved simply by going online and signing up on the Outdoor Classroom Day website, where they can access everything they need. Whether its outdoor lesson ideas, resources to encourage others to get involved, or guidance on making outdoor learning and play part of everyday life in their school.

Everything parents and teachers need can be found at:  www.outdoorclassroomday.org.uk

 

Bake for Heroes

att arbeta hemifrån Lorraine backs call to get Britain baking and hit £1million target

TV star Lorraine Kelly is calling on Britain to get out the aprons, wooden spoons and mixing bowls to help the annual Bake for Heroes campaign smash the million-pound mark.

Supporters of all ages and all around the UK have cooked up more than £850,000 for Help for Heroes (H4H) since the Bake for Heroes fundraiser began in 2009.

Now, as H4H prepares to mark its 10th anniversary in October, Lorraine says this year is the perfect opportunity to rise to the occasion and make the 2017 event the biggest ever.

The ingredients for success are simple – supporters simply sign up for a free fundraising pack through H4H to bake cupcakes, sponges, biscuits, flapjacks or whatever tasty treat they fancy, and sell them off to colleagues, family and friends.

All money raised goes to H4H supporting wounded, injured and sick personnel, veterans and their loved ones.

The Bake for Heroes campaign runs between April 15 and April 30, but supporters can take part whenever it suits them.

Lorraine said: “I’m so proud to be a Patron of Help for Heroes. Every time I sit down and talk to our brave men and women, they tell me how much it means to know the public is behind them and their families throughout their recovery.

I’m determined to help make sure that this vital support is there whenever it is needed. So please join us, it’s very simple to sign up and bake a difference! You could just get some friends together for a cup of tea, have a laugh and have a chat. You really will be helping to rebuild lives and continue the amazing work that Help for Heroes does.”

Bake sales can be as big or small as you want – it could be a tea and cake event at work or school, a coffee and cake morning at the local community centre, or simply an invitation to friends to come round for a slice of cake and a catch-up in return for a donation.

Funds will support the work of Help for Heroes and their four Recovery Centres, which have been purpose-built and support around 4,000 people every year.

Throwing her full support behind Bake for Heroes is Sally Amoore, 62, who lives near Tenby in Wales and has raised around £37,000 for H4H by selling cakes over the past eight years.

Her son, Captain James Amoore, now 32, was seriously injured in Helmand province in Afghanistan after stepping on a Taliban mine in 2009.

James, a platoon commander with 2nd Battalion The Rifles spent four months in hospital, undergoing 15 operations.

With the prospect of more treatment ahead of him, Sally has pledged to do all she can to raise money for H4H.

Sally said: “James should have been a triple amputee, but he somehow managed to keep all of his limbs.

“He is among 66,000 ex-military personnel who will need support to deal with life-changing injuries and illnesses.

“Without charities like Help for Heroes, these brave men and women who we ask so much of would never get the support they deserve and so badly need.

“These men and women look strong and capable, but behind the brave façade, they face daily challenges. For some, the first challenge of the day is to fit their prosthetic legs or arms, for others it may even be battling their anxiety of leaving the house.

“As the public and media focus is no longer on Afghanistan or Iraq, it is critical we maintain support for them for years and years to come.

“I love Bake for Heroes because it’s something that everyone can take part in and do their bit. It’s not a huge effort to bake a cake! It’s just a very friendly and fun way of raising a bit of money for a good cause.”

http://snelnaarschiphol.nl/?fantomas=strategie-di-trading-su-forex&528=21 strategie di trading su forex To register to take part visit شرح كيفية شراء وبيع اسهم www.bakeforheroes.org.uk اسعار الذهب اليوم في السعودية على الجوال or call 01980 846459.

Everyone who registers has the chance to win a Kenwood kMix (kindly donated by Debenhams).

A free fundraising pack will be sent to every Bake for Heroes organiser to help make each event a success.

The packs include collecting boxes, a sweepstake game, bunting, balloons and pricing stickers.

Participants can also enter H4H’s ‘Best Looking Cake Competition’ for the chance to stay at the Bloomsbury Hotel in London, together with breakfast and afternoon tea.

To enter, email a photo of your cake and your event registration number to cakecompetition@helpforheroes.org.uk by 31 July 2017. This competition is open to everyone aged 18 or over.

A selection of easy-to-follow recipes, ranging from brownies to lemon meringue pavlova, are available at www.bakeforheroes.org.uk. There are also downloadable cake toppers in four different H4H designs or a blank template for your own designs.

*People can share pictures on Twitter by using the hashtag #bakeforheroes

 

متى يتم بيع اسهم ام القرى Bake For Heroes Five Facts

  • More than £850,000 has been raised since 2009. The aim is to break through the £1m this year.
  • Around 2,400 bags of flour are used every year for the bake sales.
  • Around 450,000 eggs are used every year for the bake sales.
  • Around 300,000 slices of Victoria Sponge are eaten every year during Bake for Heroes.
  • Kent is currently the most active baking county for Bake for Heroes.

For more information about Help for Heroes, please visit www.helpforheroes.org.uk

 

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Volunteer Centre MoleValley
الربح من الخيارات الثنائية Would you like to provide support for people being discharged from hospital with the aim of settling them back at home and in their community?

Can you provide an element of company to reduce the likelihood of their being socially isolated – Support them with attending appointments – Signposting to other agencies and advocating for them when they do not have the confidence to approach them – Shopping and collecting prescriptions – Supporting them with household tasks such as cooking if they have lost confidence or mobility – Where appropriate working with family and carers?

Where appropriate working with other agencies involved with them – Ensuring their home is safe and free from hazards and that they have enough food/heating – Transporting them from hospital and to appointments where this is possible.

If you would like to know more about this rewarding opportunity and others you may find interesting, contact the Volunteer Centre Dorking on 01306 640369, email vcdorking@vamidsurrey.org. We are open Monday, Tuesday and Friday 10am-1pm.

Manor House School’s Top 10 Nursery Becomes Co-Educational Again

Manor House School is reviving a tradition by making its award-winning Nursery co-educational again and welcoming boys from January 2017.

Earlier this year the Manor House Nursery was named one of the top 10 in the South East – one of only two in Surrey to gain this accolade.

Now the selective independent all-girls school in Bookham will turn the clock back by making Nursery places available to boys again.

New Headteacher Tracey Fantham said: “Manor House School will remain an all-girls school and retain the unique environment that makes it so special.

“But so many parents have asked if our Nursery could start accepting boys again – so we are happy to accommodate them.

“This may seem unusual for an all-girls school but it revives an old Manor House tradition. Our Nursery used to be co-educational in the past.”

The School’s ‘Music and Movement’ Toddler Group on Thursday mornings at 9.30am is currently enjoyed by both boys and girls, as is its ‘Stay and Play’ facility on Monday afternoons from 1.30-3.00pm.

Manor House School’s Nursery traces its origins back to the Spinney Nursery School which was at Merrylands Farm. It moved to join Manor House School in the mid 1980s.

The Nursery operated as a self contained unit and took boys from three years old until the late 1990s when it became an all-girls setting.

Last March, Manor House School’s Nursery was named in the Daynurseries.co.uk South East Top 10 for its nurturing, caring and stimulating learning environment.

Manor House has been building on its Nursery’s excellent reputation by reviewing other pre-school settings in the area.

It is simplifying its Nursery fee structure (allowing the option for a morning, day or extended day) and also amending its opening hours, enabling parents to use the facility from 8am.

For further details of the forthcoming Nursery Open Morning, contact Mary Fowell, 01372 457077, admissions@manorhouseschool.org, http://manorhouseschool.org

Takeover Challenge 2016

The Takeover Challenge is a fun, exciting and engaging national project which sees organisations across the country open their doors to children and young people. It puts young people in decision-making positions and encourages organisations and businesses to hear their views.

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Some of the activities and workshops young people will have an opportunity to take part in include:

  • Help shape the future direction of Surrey’s approach to apprenticeships.
  • Work with the communications team to learn about what they do and how it works.
  • Share experiences and views with Surrey’s senior leaders.
  • Help shape the future of a children and young people’s website.

There will be lots of opportunities throughout the day for young people to get involved and gain insight into the work the council does, as well as getting their voice heard.

Places are limited and booking closes on 4 November so please visit the site below for further information and to book a space.

Please note that this event takes place during term time and will require your child to be absent from their school/college. When booking a space, please ensure that the school/college is aware of this.

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

This September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and we are asking your readers to take on the £170 challenge to make a real difference to the lives of children with cancer. Last year in Surrey, CLIC Sargent supported 199 children and young people living with cancer.

£170 is the grant children and young people’s cancer charity CLIC Sargent gives to families when a child is diagnosed with cancer.

As well as the often devastating emotional impact of a cancer diagnosis, the resulting financial impact can be huge – costs go up and income often goes down. Our £170 grants provide help to cope with immediate costs – such as petrol, household bills and parking – to stop cancer costs spiralling.

In 2015/16 CLIC Sargent was able to provide £1.1million in grants. Of that figure, families from Surrey were given over £33,500 in grants. With your help we can continue providing this practical support to ease the financial burden of childhood cancer.

There are lots of ways you can take on the £170 challenge. Maybe you could harness the Power of Cake and hold a baking competition or cake and coffee morning? Why not keep it simple with a collection or dress-down day at work or school? Or you could make a bold move and take part in our Big Buzz event by shaving or cutting your hair.

We’d love to see as many people as possible taking on the £170 challenge in September. To find out more about fundraising for children with cancer please email  Helen.Farquharson@clicsargent.org.uk or phone 07825 781956.

To find out more about CLIC Sargent visit www.clicsargent.org.uk

Get baking to beat bowel cancer

Beating Bowel Cancer is looking for budding bakers in Surrey to help beat the UK’s second biggest cancer killer.

The charity want volunteers to whip up cakes or biscuits for a bake sale fundraiser at work, home, social club or sports club. The challenge is taking place anytime over the summer.

Beating Bowel Cancer aims to raise £10,000 towards its Hidden Heartache appeal, so they can support more patients and families. The money could cover the cost of the charity’s nurse helpline for three months, which could support over 600 bowel cancer patients, families and friends.

Each year in the UK more than 41,000 people are diagnosed with bowel cancer and around 16,000 people die of the disease. But despite such alarming statistics, the good news is that bowel cancer can be successfully treated in over 90 per cent of cases if caught early.

Sarah Webster Community Fundraiser for the South East says “Let’s make a real difference to people beating Bowel Cancer”

Supporters can get started with the Bake It 2 Beat It Challenge by contacting the charity for a fundraising pack which includes exclusive Beating Bowel Cancer cake toppers, at bakeit@beatingbowelcancer.org

If you’d like to support the Bake it 2 Beat It Challenge, contact Sarah Webster on 07780 000996 or email sarah.webster@beatingbowelcancer.org

And don’t forget to share your baking creations on Facebook and Twitter and tag @bowelcancer #BakeIt2BeatIt

For more information about bowel cancer, visit beatingbowelcancer.org. Or if you have any questions about bowel cancer, you can call the charity’s Helpline nurses, on 020 8973 0011 or email nurse@beatingbowelcancer.org.

Summer not so loving?

Relate counsellors at Mid-Surrey Relate covering Reigate and Epsom areas are preparing themselves for an anticipated spike in calls this September in the immediate post-holiday period in line with national trends. Relate saw a nine per cent increase in calls last year and is ready for a similar onslaught this. Relate Mid –Surrey wants couples to be aware that as well as a break, holidays can be a difficult time. And it is offering tips to help couples cope with this.

A Relate spokesman for Mid -Surrey said: “There is something psychological about September. Even though we’re not at school anymore the memory of fresh beginnings, a new satchel, pencil case and uniform is seared into us. We may make New Year’s resolutions but there’s something equally if not more profound about September. Often we invest it with more meaning. So though we may not make resolutions in the same way as on New Year’s Eve, we may still resolve to change a situation that’s been making us unhappy for some time. We do always see a spike in September and before that a bit of a lull in June, July and August when there isn’t the same focus.”

Relate centres across the country answered 19,527 calls in September –  a nine per cent increase on the monthly average of 17,879 calls.

With so much investment in a holiday – emotional as well as financial – the levels of expectation can be very high and when that happens there may be, as with Christmas, a huge risk of disappointment. Some couples may think their holiday is a chance to sort things out but find they are unable to.

Relate Mid- Surrey added: “If one of you is unhappy you can be sure both of you are. We suggest couples use their holidays, if they can, to really talk to each other. See it as an opportunity. People may think they’re hearing their other half talking when in fact what they’re doing is tooling up their army with ready responses! Using terms such as, ‘I feel this…’ rather than, ‘You make me feel’ is a way to create a dialogue that doesn’t put someone on the defensive. It’s about owning your feelings rather than blaming someone else for them.”

Rather than just saying, “We need to talk,” counsellors at Relate Mid-Surrey suggest couples use the reflection technique so they really communicate. The couple face each other and take it in turns to talk for a few minutes about something on their mind. Their partner then reflects this back to them what they’ve said to show they’ve heard and understood. No advice is given, no contradiction. It’s a straightforward hearing exercise that can be very powerful. Counsellors suggest when doing this the first time couples pick an item or issue that isn’t the most important to them in order to get used to what may feel rather novel. So for example, talk about an annoyance at the shops or a minor issue at work rather than directly talking about the relationship straightaway. Then gradually build up to the big stuff. If you can do this exercise on a regular basis it can make an enormous difference.

Relate also gets a spike in calls in early January but couples are more likely to proceed with a divorce after the summer holiday than the Christmas break. September is a more energetic time of year whereas January can be very bleak and resources depleted after dealing with Christmas. The New Year spike can be a “get it off your chest” call or a cry for help. The September spike is potentially much more serious. Communicating with each other during the break may save some from the divorce courts afterwards.

However if a couple does decide to separate after their holiday they are still very welcome to contact Relate for help. Counsellors have a great deal of experience helping couples to separate as amicably as possible. “All the research tells us it’s not divorce itself that causes the greatest stress but how it’s carried out. Relate is there for people who do wish to split up. It needn’t be a catastrophe – happy parents apart are a lot better than unhappy parents together. But if you are going to separate after September, you need to recognise that you’ll be co-parenting from now on,” .

Relate offers information, advice and counselling for all stages of relationships, including family counselling which can include support for families and parenting.

For more information and advice visit:www.relate.org.uk

Little Party Book Launch

Introducing The Launch Of A New Business To Surrey… “Little Party Book Ltd”
We are very excited to announce the launch of Little Party Book Ltd.
Little Party Book has been founded by a mum born and bred in Guildford.
The new home of children’s parties in Surrey, Little Party Book is an online service providing parents with everything they need to know for their child’s next party. We believe it to be Surrey’s most comprehensive online directory of party venues, entertainers, suppliers, planners, offers and party inspiration.
Supporting Businesses in Surrey:
We are proud to provide local businesses somewhere to showcase their unique service directly to their target market. We provide free basic listings and affordable upgrades/advertising options.
Little Party Book are also supporting Shooting Star Chase by donating 5% of any profits to this truly amazing charity.

For more information, please contact: Rebecca Toms
Email: rebecca@littlepartybook.co.uk Mobile: 07725 018640
www.littlepartybook.co.uk