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  • NHS Test and trace: How it works

    Published 28/05/20

    An overview of the NHS test and trace service, including what happens if you test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) or have had close contact with someone who has tested positive.

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  • Off-licences and supermarkets to publicise domestic abuse help

    Published 02/05/20

    Off licences and supermarkets across Croydon are to display posters publicising where domestic abuse victims can seek help, as part of a new awareness campaign launching on Monday.

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  • September - Return to school

    Published 04/09/20

    September- Return to school

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  • School Closes today 20th March 2020- at 3pm until further notice.

    Published 17/03/20

    Updated advice from Croydon- 

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  • School is Open Monday 14th September 2020 as normal.

    Published 11/09/20
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  • CUES-Ed Parent Guide - mental health

    Published 05/05/20

    CUES-Ed are a NHS team delivering a mental health promotion programme for primary schools.

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  • National Share a Story Month

    Published 04/05/20

    National Share a Story Month 2020

    May

    What is National Share-a-Story Month? It is a celebration that takes place every year throughout the month of May. It has proved to be an excellent way to celebrate storytelling and how powerful it can be. Children and stories are brought together with a variety of different events that take place across the UK.

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  • Wealth of wellness to boost your health during the lockdown

    Published 02/05/20

    EVERY MIND MATTERS

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  • Museum of Croydon’s online VE Day celebration

    Published 02/05/20

    A trove of films, photographs, art and artefacts revealed from the borough’s archive and museum collections will be available to view online and on social media from next Friday under the Museum of Croydon’s 75th anniversary celebration of VE Day.

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  • Online safety for children and young people

    Published 02/05/20

    With schools currently closed due to COVID-19, many children and young people are spending much more time online than usual, to access learning resources and to socialise with family and friends. The internet can be a great tool for staying connected and as a source of information, advice and support, but it can pose some risks, particularly for children and young people.

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  • COVID-19 update: a message from Councillor Tony Newman, leader of the council

    Published 02/05/20

    “With the news this week that we are thankfully being told we could be past the peak of this health crisis, increasingly our thoughts turn to life after lockdown.

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  • Croydon introduces new Exercise Streets to help residents keep fit and healthy during lockdown

    Published 02/05/20

    In response to the current Covid-19 pandemic, new temporary schemes that further reduce traffic, allowing residents to make better use of quieter roads are to be introduced across Croydon.

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