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Recommendations for teenagers
Last updated: 6 July, 2022
These websites will help you find a great book to read. Books for Teens News, recommendations, writing tips, author interviews and other features. Dyslexia-friendly booklist Includes dyslexic friendly books for teenagers.
Barnet’s Youth Parliamentarians announce plans to “promote good student mental health in schools”
Last updated: 24 November, 2022
Members of the Youth Parliament and Barnet’s Youth Ambassadors unveiled plans to promote good mental health and equality as one of a number of initiatives presented to Barnet Council’s Children Education & Safeguarding Committee yesterday (17 November). The Youth Parliamentarians and Ambassadors set out their vision for their term following consultation with Barnet’s young people. The four elected Members and their campaigns are:
Barnet’s young residents given a voice in council decisions
Last updated: 16 June, 2022
Barnet Council yesterday (31 May) launched a bold new strategy to enable children and young people to influence decisions in the council. The participation strategy, called My Say Matters, was unveiled by young people at a special event at Hendon Town Hall.
Graduate wins Entrepreneurial Barnet Competition
Last updated: 19 November, 2018
The winner of the first ever Entrepreneurial Barnet Competition, organised by Middlesex University, Barnet Council and Barnet and Southgate College, was announced last week. Rebecca Manning, Chief Executive of the Community Interest Company Happy to Be, was announced as the competition winner after a grand final pitch event on 8 March.
Help and support for domestic or sexual abuse
Last updated: 23 March, 2023
If you are in immediate danger Call the police on 999 Silent Help: If you need help but are unable to speak, ring 999 when they answer press 55 This alerts the operator and the police will be sent to help you Get emergency refuge accommodation and advice If you are fleeing domestic abuse, call the 24 hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247. It is free if you call from a landline or public phone.
Practitioner guidance for domestic abuse and violence against women and girls
Last updated: 8 March, 2022