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Passive smoking: protect your family and friends

Secondhand smoke is dangerous, especially for children. The best way to protect loved ones is to quit smoking. At the very least, make sure you have a smokefree home and car. When you smoke a cigarette (or roll-up, pipe or cigar), most of the smoke…

Short breaks

Short Breaks are for children and young people with disabilities to spend time away from home to give parents a break from caring. The breaks can be for a few hours, a day, evening, overnight, for a weekend or longer. There are different kinds of…

Supporting refugee and asylum-seeking pupils in Havering educational settings

This page is intended to provide Havering schools and settings with information about support available to support refugee and asylum-seeking pupils in their settings. It includes: 1. Guidance for school staff on understanding and supporting refugee children 2. Information about education and childcare funding relating…

Tax Free Childcare for working parents

Tax free child care is availble to eligible working families with children under the age of 12, (or 17 for children with a disability), with the costs of early education and/or childcare costs up to a maximum of £2,000 per child per year, or £4,000…

Training & Consultation sessions for Professionals & services to support Families

his section provides practitioners with access to a range of CPD courses provided by Havering Education Services. There is also information about drop in's and consultation sessions for professionals in Havering to book on to.

Using e-cigarettes to stop smoking

Over recent years, e-cigarettes have become a very popular stop smoking aid in the UK. Evidence is still developing on how effective they are, but many people have found them helpful for quitting. An electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) is a device that allows you to inhale…
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