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UFISM – impact on your school?

October 1st, 2014

National Primary Heads Chair, SW, NW regional representatives are meeting David Laws in a couple of weeks.  One of the main discussion points is UFISM. To aid this discussion, we…

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Childhood influenza immunisation programme: support for schools

October 14th, 2014

Immunisation is one of the most successful and cost effective public health interventions and a cornerstone of public health. (1) Schools have long played a significant role in the delivery…

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The NPH National Annual Conference

May 20th, 2015

On the 20th/21st May 2015 we’ll look to repeat it again (same place) and will give all those early birds a 10% off the cost of booking. Contact Keith Todd, Greenway School,Horsham, West Sussex, HH12 2JS, conferences@nph.org.uk TEL: 01403 252013 THE NPH National Annual Conference. There has never been a better time to get involved with the National Primary Heads. The NPH…

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NPH links Primary Headteachers throughout England with the aim of improving Primary Education. It was formed once Heads from across the country met at the House of Commons as they waited to give evidence to the Education Select Committee on the disparity in funding between Primary and Secondary Schools. Its members are either individuals or, increasingly, those who belong to a similar group at LEA or regional level.

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