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    Burnt Oak Looking Forward

    Two years on from the start of the Burnt Oak Town Centre project, the transformation of the town is now starting to take shape.

    Last updated: 11 September, 2017

    Regeneration

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    Pupils celebrate GCSE exam success

    Provisional results from 14 of the borough’s 22 state maintained mainstream schools predict that pupils in Barnet are set to once again perform better than the national average.

    Last updated: 24 August, 2017

    Schools and education

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    Pupils celebrate A-level exam success

    Provisional A-level results from 17 of the 20 Barnet schools with a sixth form show that students across the borough are once again set to be celebrating exam success.

    Last updated: 17 August, 2017

    Schools and education

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    Barnet launches social work academy

    Barnet Council will today (25 July) officially launch an innovative ‘academy’ aimed at recruiting, developing and helping retain social workers.

    Last updated: 25 July, 2017

    Children, young people and families

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    OFSTED inspection findings

    OFSTED completed an inspection of Children’s Services and a review of the effectiveness of the Local Children’s Safeguarding Board between 25 April and 18 May 2017.

    Last updated: 7 July, 2017

    Children, young people and families

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    Public to be consulted on Brent Cross regeneration plans

    Work on the most significant growth and regeneration development in Barnet, the Brent Cross Cricklewood area, is moving forward with the public invited in July to look at the first concept designs for the new station and the first homes to be built

    Last updated: 5 July, 2017

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    Advice on staying safe during the heatwave

    With temperatures set to remain high there are a number of practical pointers for vulnerable groups such as older people, young children and those with long term health conditions to help them stay safe.

    Last updated: 20 June, 2017

    Adult social care

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    Building carer-friendly communities

    Last updated: 14 June, 2017

    Adult social care

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    Three-year partnership with Unicef launched

    Barnet Council has become the first local authority in London to begin a three-year partnership with global children’s organisation Unicef.

    Last updated: 19 May, 2017

    Children, young people and families

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    Could you become a foster carer?

    Fostering Fortnight begins this week with Barnet Council highlighting the essential role foster carers play throughout the borough.

    Last updated: 9 May, 2017

    Children, young people and families