Nottingham City Council suspends role in Integrated Care System

Nottingham City Council suspends role in Integrated Care System

Nottingham City Council has suspended its formal role in the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System (ICS). A decision was taken at the council’s Executive Board today (20 Nov) to call for greater accountability in the way decisions are being made by a partnership of NHS and other health organisations, formerly known as the Sustainability […]

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School attendance bucks national trend to improve in Nottingham

School attendance bucks national trend to improve in Nottingham

School absence has improved in Nottingham – with secondary pupils recording better attendance than the national average. Nottingham City Council has led a tough stance on getting children into school – with a zero tolerance approach to persistent absence, while offering rewards and incentives to pupils with the best attendance. Latest figures for Autumn term […]

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Adoption plea to help children in care in Nottingham

Adoption plea to help children in care in Nottingham

Nottingham City Council is renewing its appeal for people to give a permanent home to children in care as part of National Adoption Week (15-21 October). Around 80 children in Nottingham are waiting for adoptive families to provide a healthy, stable and nurturing home. In particular, Nottingham is looking for homes for older children and […]

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Official opening for £4m special school expansion

Official opening for £4m special school expansion

A City special school will officially open its new £4m expansion on 2 October – increasing its provision for children with special educational needs from 45 permanent places to 120 places. New classrooms, offices and play facilities have been created at Westbury Academy in Chingford Road, Bilborough, which caters for primary and secondary age pupils. […]

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Charity delivers ‘My Bags’ for children coming into foster care

Charity delivers ‘My Bags’ for children coming into foster care

PHOTO CAPTION: Cllr David Mellen receives the My Bags from Stuart Ferguson and Nicola Barber A charity set up to provide essential personal items for children who come into foster care has presented its first ‘My Bags’ to Nottingham City Council. Packed with useful things – from toothbrushes to teddy bears – the special bags […]

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