SCHOOLS in East Sussex will receive extra funding to develop an ambitious scheme aimed at improving children’s physical and mental health.
Last year, 183 schools and colleges across the county received a share of £1.8 million from East Sussex County Council to develop and implement school health improvement plans. Continue reading
A FOLK-rock ensemble made up of students at East Sussex Academy of Music have been invited to perform at the prestigious finals of the Music for Youth National Festival.
Pianjo & Co are one of a limited number of young musicians across the country to be invited to the event in Birmingham on Saturday, July 8, following intense regional competitive heats. Continue reading
PEOPLE in East Sussex are being urged to find out more about how they could transform a child’s life by becoming a foster carer.
East Sussex County Council is promoting the benefits of fostering to mark national Foster Care Fortnight – organised by the charity The Fostering Network – which runs from May 8 to 21 2017. Continue reading
AN INITIATIVE helping young people with disabilities travel independently to school, college or training has won national recognition.
The Learning Independence for Travel (LIFT) training programme was one of just seven schemes shortlisted for a ‘best service’ award at the GO Excellence in Public Service Awards 2017/18. Continue reading