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Bailey Street school has its official opening

Bailey Street school has its official opening

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A Stafford school that moved into a brand-new location in 2020 has had its official opening celebration today (Wednesday).
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13 July 2022
Apprentices praised at graduation ceremony

Apprentices praised at graduation ceremony

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More than 80 apprentices from across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent have been recognised at a special graduation event.The apprentices, representing sectors from health and care to education and accounting to engineering were joined by their families, friends, employers and training providers for the seventh Staffordshire Apprenticeship Graduation ceremony.
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01 July 2022
New approach sees 600 trained to spot low level neglect

New approach sees 600 trained to spot low level neglect

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A new approach to safeguarding in Staffordshire has led to more than 600 people being trained to recognise the signs of low-level neglect.
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People in Staffordshire are getting the chance to learn and understand more about Autism and learning disabilities in a new campaign using VR.
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