The borough’s new Croydon Partnership Early Years Strategy aims to provide the 32,000 local children aged under five with the right support at the earliest stage.
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Croydon’s newest university has opened its door with more than 350 students starting their degrees this week.
Early indications show Croydon’s A-level students have done well in external assessments announced yesterday (Thursday) as replacements for cancelled summer examinations.
Even more pupils are set to have safer and healthier journeys to school when 10 further Schools Streets are introduced in September, taking the total in Croydon to 21.
One of London’s leading universities has taken the next step in its bid for a new town centre campus in Croydon for students of health and social care, business and finance.
Following the advice from central Government regarding school closures today (18 March), Councillor Alisa Flemming, cabinet member for children, young people and learning said: “We know how incredibly challenging this is for our children and families. “Their safety and wellbeing is our absolute priority, and are working with schools and partners across Croydon to ensure that all our children and families can access the support that they need while schools are closed.
More pupils across Croydon have been offered a place at one of their top three secondary schools as the proportion of first choices also increased.
More pupils than ever before are benefiting from safer and healthier journeys to school as new School Streets go live.
New funding is set to see Croydon build on the success of its 100 in 100 campaign, getting apprentices into key business sectors and offering them opportunities to develop their skills.