Job Vacancy: Family Support Practitioner

18 hours per week – 2 ½ days to be agreed. The post is all year round and permanent. BG8 £21,074 – £23,111pro rata Start date : ASAP We are seeking to appoint an experienced, creative and innovative Family Support and Outreach worker to join our dynamic team working across the Central Bristol Children’s Centres. The role involves work with families providing a range of Family Support including 1:1 work, delivery of groups within and beyond our Children’s Centres and multi-agency partnership working. The central children’s centres are led by St. Pauls and also include Rosemary, The Limes, Bannerman...

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St. Paul’s Adventure Playground are expaning their team

St Pauls Adventure Playground are expanding their fantastic team. Have you got skills, some spare time and commitment. Do you share our belief in the importance of free play for all children? If so, please get involved and join us. We are looking for additional committee members that may have experience or skills in social media, property management, supervision skills, IT skills, advertising and PR, finance or business. If so, please get involved and join us on Wednesday 12th September 2018 6:00pm – 7:00pm – An introduction to the team and what we do 7:00pm – 9:00pm (optional) –...

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Central Bristol Childrens Centres

St. Pauls is now the Central Hub for the Central Bristol Childrens Centres. The children’s centres included in the Central Hub are St. Pauls, Rosemary, Bannerman Road, The Limes, St. Philips Marsh, and Barton Hill. We are delivering services across these centres and continue to offer 1:1 support, groups, parenting programmes and adult learning. Please look at our family support timetable for details or call the Hub on 0117 9030337. You can also download the Central Bristol Childrens Centres Guide...

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2018-2019 Term Dates

Our Term Dates page has been updated with term dates, inset days and bank holidays for the 2018-2019 academic year. Click here to visit our Term Dates page....

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Getting ready for Universal Credit

In 2018 Universal Credit will be rolled out for many people who receive benefits in Bristol. To learn more about how it may affect you Barton Hill Settlement will be holding a workshop to discuss… Who it will affect What to expect How it works How much you might get How to prepare Download the flyer to learn more: Getting ready for Universal...

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Future Bright

If you’re 19 or over, living in the West of England and receiving eligible in-work benefits, Future Bright could be your first step to creating a brighter future. To ensure Future Bright is tailored to your needs, you will be teamed up with a careers progression coach who can help you with: Careers advice – to identify what you would like to do in the future and help create an achievable plan to get you there. Overcoming barriers – that prevent you from achieving your goals. Improving your skills – identifying and arranging the training you need and fitting...

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Incredible Years Parenting Course – Coming this Autumn

The Incredible Years Parenting Course starts this Autumn at St Pauls Nursery School and Children’s Centre. The course is open to all parents. This course focuses on building positive parenting skills. It provides tools and strategies to encourage positive behaviour, build relationships and manage conflict. Download: Incredible Years Parenting Programme – Autumn...

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Summer Activities from Central Bristol Childrens Centres

St. Pauls Nursery School and Children’s Centre, along with other Central Bristol children’s centres, have numerous activities planned over the summer. These activities include Bug Hunts, Games in the Park, Family Fun Days and more! St. Pauls are also running regular Stay and Play sessions, Play and Learn sessions, Baby Groups, and other groups and classes. You can view all the summer fun by downloading the flyer below. Download: Summer Activities from Central Bristol Childrens Centres...

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Case of Measles

A person, who was present on our recent Blaise Castle trip, has been identified with a suspected case of measles. Measles is a notifiable disease in England so Public Health England were notified. You can read more in this letter from Public Health England for parents of children that were on the same trip.   Symptoms and signs The earliest signs of measles infection include: high fever runny nose cough red and watery eyes koplik spots (small red spots with bluish-white centres) inside the mouth After several days, a rash appears, usually on the face and upper neck. The rash...

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