Please click on the link below to view the Rise Above website –  a website aimed at young people, where you will find interesting and useful stuff from the web and beyond to get us all talking about the things that matter to us. You’ll find inspiring and useful stories, videos, games and advice, including emotional.. read more →

The LSCB have recently run a competition for the children and young people within the Borough to design an updated logo for the Board.  The Logo below is the winning design which was created by a former year 6 pupil at St Silas School, Blackburn. The new logo will be used from now onwards and will eventually replace the previous.. read more →

On the 16 June under the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 forcing someone to marry is now a criminal offence. This includes: –        Taking someone overseas to force them to marry (whether or not the marriage takes place) –        Marrying someone who lacks mental capacity –        Breaching a Forced Marriage Protection Order Please.. read more →

The Guideline published in March 2014 considers all aspects of managing medicines in care homes and recommends that all care home providers have a care home medicines policy.  The policy should ensure that processes in place for safe and effective use of medicines in the care home. Click on the link below to take you.. read more →

Please click below to access the Children’s Continuum of Need and Response Framework published today! Continuum of Need Booklet April 2014     read more →

10 Mar 2014
March 10, 2014

NSPCC Underwear Rule

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“Teach your child the underwear rule and protect them from abuse” click below to view the underwear rule campaign from the NSPCC NSPCC Underwear Rule read more →

18 Dec 2013
December 18, 2013

A Guide to Common Childhood Illnesses

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Please click on the link below to access the above Guide which will be distributed to Blackburn with Darwen households through GPs & Community Health services in hard copy A guide to Common Childhood Illnesses   read more →