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15 Mar 2019

Ofsted and CQC re-visit to check SEND improvements: Parents/carers, please give your views

Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) are re-visiting Waltham Forest on 25/26 March 2019 for a follow-up to a previous special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) inspection.

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31 Aug 2018

Waltham Forest minor eye conditions service extended to children aged 10 and over

Children aged 10 and over registered with a GP in Waltham Forest can now use the borough’s Minor Eye Conditions Service (MECS) for specialist care.

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19 Apr 2018

Think Measles, it’s not just a kid’s problem

In World Immunisation Week (23-29 April), local GPs are urging young adults and those who work with children and young people in the borough to get their MMR vaccinations to help prevent measles.

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27 Dec 2017

Modern Slavery helpline

Recent government figures suggest that up to 13,000 people could be victims of slavery in the UK today, around four times the number previously thought.

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16 Nov 2017

Double celebration for Better Births Pioneer in Waltham Forest

A pioneering midwifery service that supports women in Waltham Forest has marked two major milestones – its first anniversary and its 100th birth.

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23 Jan 2017

Parents and children and young people with special educational needs

Parents of children with special educational needs and/or disabilities in Waltham Forest are being asked for their views as part of an inspection by Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission

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24 Jun 2015

New health guide for parents with young children

Waltham Forest CCG has developed a downloadable guide, website and app to help parents looks after the health of their children.

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