E-newsletters from The Hub
Welcome to the fortnightly e-newsletter from The Hub, through which we aim to keep education and childcare professionals working in Waltham Forest informed of key updates, strategies, services and events.
This e-newsletter has been launched in response to the survey we ran in Autumn 2014 in which 86% of you agreed that a regular e-bulletin to streamline communication from Council services would be useful.
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Past issues (2017-18)
|Issue number / date||Headline article - Schools edition||Headline article - Early Years edition|
|Issue 75 (18 October 2017)||Updated model safeguarding policy||Waltham Forest Early Years needs your knowledge and experience!|
|Issue 74 (4 October 2017)||Changes to this newsletter and accessing information on The Hub||Changes to this newsletter and accessing information on The Hub|
|Issue 73 (20 September 2017)||ESG update – important information for all school staff||Waltham Forest Early Years needs your knowledge and experience!|
|Issue 72 (6 September 2017)||Action required by WF Schools - please complete your H&S Annual Report||30 hours free childcare - update for all Waltham Forest providers!|