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Staying active at home

Sport England have put together lots of different ideas on how to stay active in and around your home. There are lots of resources to choose from, from dancing with the kids through Change4life to home exercise routines to suit every need.

Coronavirus: Donating to Rutland Foodbank

If you want to help people who are facing food poverty during the coronavirus outbreak, you might be interested to know that you can make donations to the Rutland Foodbank in a number of ways: You can donate food items at Tesco, the Co-op, Lidl…

Upcoming ADHD Solutions webinars

ADHD Solutions will soon be holding two webinars: All About ADHD and 1-2-3 Magic. To book onto a webinar, contact ADHD Solutions directly. 

Coronavirus: Parenting in a Pandemic online programme

The Centre for Fun and Families has organised an online Parenting in a Pandemic programme, offering support for parents and young people aged 11-16 years.  The set of 4 sessions for parents and 4 sessions for young people complement each other so you can start…

Boosting your health

The government has recently launched their Better Health campaign, with the aim of encouraging millions of adults to kick start their health and reduce their risk of serious illness, including COVID-19. As well as the tips and links found on the Better Health site, there are plenty…

Coronavirus updates

Coronavirus is a new disease which can affect the lungs and airways. During the coronavirus outbreak, people are recommended to follow government, public health and NHS advice closely. This advice may change as the situation evolves. To assist you, Rutland County Council has set up a…

Covid - Face coverings (update 5th November 2020)

In primary schools and education settings teaching year 6 and below, there is no change to the existing position. It is not mandatory for staff and visitors to wear face coverings. In situations where social distancing between adults in settings is not possible (for example…

Covid 19 - Ofsted and CQC interim visits

Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) are carrying out a series of ‘interim visits’ to local areas to hear about the experiences of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), their families and the practitioners and leaders who are supporting…

Coronavirus: Age UK offering virtual sessions

Due to COVID-19 restrictions preventing the majority of groups being held in person, Age UK are now offering a variety of virtual sessions. Sessions include: Virtual Coffee mornings: Open to anyone over 50 and Age UK Volunteers on Monday mornings Monday club: A virtual cup of…
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