14 December, 2017

Students could be left over £25,000 better off by choosing an accelerated degree instead of a traditional three-year course, according to proposals set out in a new government consultation.

Accelerated degrees offer the same qualifications and are quality-assured in the same way as a standard degree, but delivered over a shorter, usually two-year timespan. This means when most students are completing their third year of study, an accelerated degree student will be starting work and getting a salary.

13 December, 2017

 

The Government is planning to tighten regulation of the internet so that the UK is ‘the safest place in the world to be online’. This winter it put forward proposals that will, if implemented, require the cooperation of a broad range of stakeholders, spanning the public, private and third sectors. Read Voscur’s digest of the Government’s proposals here.

You are invited to come and hear from Councillor Helen Godwin, Cabinet Member for Children and Young People, who will present on the pledge to children and young people in Bristol. This will also be an opportunity to help shape this important work.

There will also be updates by Voscur Advocates, and other news.items.

Date/Time: 
Wednesday, 7 February, 2018 -
10:00 to 12:00
12 December, 2017

 

7 December, 2017

The findings from the recent joint targeted area inspection (JTAI) of the multi -agency response to abuse and neglect in Bristol City Council were publlished recently..

7 December, 2017

The Department of Health is asking people for their views on a green paper setting out measures to improve mental health support for children and young people.

The green paper focuses on earlier intervention and prevention, especially in and linked to schools and colleges.

The proposals include:

15 November, 2017
 
Voscur wants your views on how VCSE organisations can provide the best support to their service users (and their staff) around internet safety - and how the Government can change policy to support this. Take the survey now.
 
You can read Voscur's digest of the Government's Internet Safety Strategy here.

 

15 November, 2017
 
This week (13 – 17 November) is Anti-Bullying week. Coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance and supported by SafeToNet, this week is designed to shine a spotlight on bullying and to encourage all children, teachers and parents to take action against bullying throughout the year. 
 
This year’s Anti-Bullying week theme is 'All Different, All Equal'. The aim is to:
 
3 November, 2017

The Mayor of Bristol announced his commitment and priority to deliver a Talent Management Programme aimed at addressing the under-representation of BME people at Executive/Middle Management level in order to make a measurable collective difference to the City of Bristol.

Following the very positive meeting focused on SEND in the summer, to further discuss the ideas raised  by the enthusiastic organisations involved, this follow up meeting will focus on:

Personal Budgets for disabled children and their families: How does it work, how can the sector respond to/ support this going forward?
Wikkis: multimedia approaches to self advocacy for disabled children and young people: how they work, how can short breaks and other service/ advocacy  providers get involved?

Date/Time: 
Wednesday, 29 November, 2017 -
10:00 to 12:00

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