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Our news items for the current year are listed below, click on the links to read the full story.

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0-19 Latest News: Children's Mental Health Week 2023

Lets Connect this Children's Mental Health Week
2 February 23

Children, families, schools and youth organisations are being encouraged to get involved with a range of activities taking place in Wolverhampton to mark this year’s Children’s Mental Health Week.

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Latest News: Coven Mothers Union Donation

Bowled over by support for city mums
17 November 22
One of the most active Mothers’ Unions in the Lichfield diocese has donated more than £500 worth of essential baby items to vulnerable new Wolverhampton mums. The Christian organisation, made up of 19 members and based in Coven, hosted a skittles event to raise money for the Wolverhampton 0-19 Service at The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust. The cash was specifically for the Partnering Family and Health Inclusion Teams. 

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We're supporting Anti-Bullying Week

Wolverhampton Health Champions #ReachOut for Anti-bullying Week
14 November 22

Colleagues from Public Health and the Wolverhampton 0-19 School Nursing Service have been delivering a pilot health champion programme to measure the impact and outcomes of young people leading and delivering Health Campaigns and awareness on priorities for Children and Young People, Schools and Communities.

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Latest News: This Girl Can - Catherine Draycott, Sue Watts and Emily Bloomfield

Event to empower city schoolgirls
7 November 22
Students from four Wolverhampton schools attended a “This Girl Can” event, to encourage females of all shapes and sizes, with all abilities and from all backgrounds to keep active. Thursday’s event was hosted by connectEd partnership and Wolverhampton PASS. It focused on four themes and featured guest speakers and activities: be active – bowls and Dance Force; be bold – the 0-19 School Nursing Service, Sister2Sister and charity Period Matters; be kind – tai chi be strong – boxfit.

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