Month: February 2019

PSHE reform welcomed by BTC

The Department for Education has today launched statutory guidance to accompany introduction of compulsory health education, relationships education and relationships and sex education (RSE) in 2020. Breaking the Cycle have provided local schools with PSHE for a number of years and welcomes the new change. We feel that providing our children...
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Message In A Bottle Scheme

Do you, a family member, a friend or someone that you know suffer with a serious mental or physical health condition? If so check out this video about Leicestershire Police’s Message In A Bottle Scheme to find out how this little bottle can help doctors and paramedics out in...
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Self Management

Today has been a great day for me as a PA as I’ve seen one of my clients show amazing determination and self management. Whenever I take time off, be that over Christmas when the company has a shut down period or when I go away on a holiday...
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Love Is In The Air

Valentines day can mean something different to many people. Some people love a home cooked meal to say I love you. Some people love a weekend away in the middle of nowhere so that they can focus on each other. Some people love that expensive piece of jewellery. Just...
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“Accidental Outlaw”

Today we worked with the years 8 pupils at Ratcliffe. We looked at young people’s rights and responsibilities whilst online and how different social media sites have different age restrictions. We spoke about what you put online now may have an effect On later on in life. We all...
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Freelance PA/Support Worker Required

We are currently looking for people who are passionate about others. Our PA and Support workers provide a human centered approach to allow our clients to manage with day to day living. Some of the Key Duties are as follows:- • Promote, safeguard and protect the welfare of each...
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