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Pancake Day Ideas

Time For Children Pancake Ideas With Pancake Day nearly here we have compiled a quick overview of fun, quick and easy ideas for you and any little pancake chef’s. Owl pancake: (Makes 2 small pancakes) Ingredients: 2 small scotch pancakes ½ a small banana Handful of blueberries 3 strawberries   1.       First prepare your fruit. Peel […]

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Sexual Abuse Awareness Week- 2018

Sexual Abuse Awareness Week A staggering 1 in 20 children in the UK are reported as have being sexually abused. These make for unsettling statistics. This week is sexual abuse and sexual violence awareness week. This week aims to decrease stigma, educate and provide advice on how to get help. Across social media, people have been breaking […]

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Safer Internet Day 2018

  What is Safer Internet Day? On the 6th of February 2018, people from across the UK will unite, pledging to make the internet a better place, on Safer Internet Day. Now recognised globally, Safer Internet Day (SID) has grown rapidly in recent years, aiming to protect child and young internet users and create a […]

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Interview with director

Get to know us: Interview with Director, Nick Barnsby

At Time For Children, we understand the importance of building life-long relationships. Each week we will share a short interview with some of our fantastic staff from Time For Children and the Futures Group of Companies. We hope this will provide an insight into the work we do and why we love it so much. […]

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Online safety

Social media and online safety training

“There are plenty of good things about social media – but there are also many potential dangers and things that you want young people to avoid. They don’t always make the smartest choices when they post something, and sometimes this can lead to problems. So, it’s important for parents and carers to teach young people […]

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christmas letter

Free Christmas Letter Template

With Christmas right around the corner, we are running out of time to get our Christmas letter to the big jolly man in the North Pole! Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Download our free printable Christmas letter template by clicking the link below, so you can get them sent over to him and his […]

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Prevent e-learning training course

Extremism and Radicalisation: How can we spot the warning signs?

The radicalisation of young people can come in all forms, sizes and cultures. An easy way to look at radicalisation from a different angle is to think about a young person you have most contact with – be that pupils, students or colleagues. Now think about a time when one of them recently confided in […]

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Books aimed at helping Looked After Children

“A Great And Informative Read On Attachment!” We have recently finished a copy of ‘A Guide to Attachment – and how it can affect peoples’ lives’, written by John Timpson. Online you’ll find reviews singing it’s praises- ‘One of the most comprehensive books on Attachment ever.’ The book is aimed at helping those who themselves support […]

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Time For Children Autumn Newsletter

A Message From Our Registered Manager, Anita Feculak. It’s that time of the year already! We have a jam-packed newsletter for you this time around filled with departures, new beginnings, filming opportunities and handy tips and tricks. Told you it was a goodun’ Click below to read your copy! TFC October Newsletter   Keep an […]

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Letter X – Bullying over Social Media or harmless fun?

Online game raises new cyberbullying concerns. ‘Letter X’ is the latest craze sweeping the nation – it encourages children to post cruel insults towards an intended victim. “Letter X” is being played using the app, Snapchat. Snapchat is consistently found to be the favoured platform when cyberbullying. Concerns have been raised about the suitability of […]

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