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  • Mobile Phone Safety - West Midlands Police have published the following safety advice regarding mobile phones:   Keeping Yourself Safe, Students Love Your Phone, Students
  • Knife Crime Information - West Midlands Police have released the following documents for young people and parents to read regarding Knife Crime. Parent Knife Crime Leaflet Save a Life Poster FIB Form Knife Postcard  
  • Nurses’ Day 2018 -   To celebrate Nurses’ Day, students in the schoolroom have been learning about the lives of Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole. To reflect that nurses have caring and helping hands, the children and young people drew around their own hands and wrote in the fingers, the qualities that they consider that nurses have. In addition […]
  • Birmingham Dog’s Home – 20th April 2018 - On Friday 20th April 2018 students from the Nightingale Centre visited Sunnyside, which is part of Birmingham Dog’s Home. Students were given a tour and talk about the kennels. Over the past few weeks Nightingale students have been collecting donations to take with them on their visit.    
  • Easter Holidays - Students at the Nightingale Centre break up today and will return on 16th April 2018.
  • School Safety Advice – Useful Documents -   Please find below a number of documents shared by West Midlands Police regarding staying safe.   Silent Solutions, Students Snapchat Maps, Students Victim Support Keeping Safe, Students Sexting Advice, Student, Parents, Carers, and Schools Sexting Youth Produced Imagery Policy – Schools

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