Results 61–70 of 70 for place2be

Written Answers — Treasury: Futurebuilders Fund (24 Jul 2007)

Phil Hope: ... 20,000 COASTS 58,335 Med Theatre 78,750 Bubble Theatre 104,000 Antidote 155,000 CHeCC (Cross-Herts Community Counselling) 385,000 St. Christopher's Fellowship 1,473,000 Place2Be 2,718,000 The Lighthouse Group 2,253,000 Total 7,263,322

[Mr. Bill Olner in the Chair] — Parenting and Child Care (3 Jul 2007)

Graham Allen: centres before the birth is tiny relative to what it costs to get a youngster on to a drug rehab programme. It costs the taxpayer £250,000 to keep a 16-year-old at a secure unit. However, Place2Be—a voluntary sector scheme that helps young people under the age of 10 talk about their problems, get their anxieties out and get the help that they need—costs my city £100,000. We have...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Departments: Families Unit (26 Jun 2007)

Parmjit Dhanda: .../Gingerbread, One Plus One, Opportunity Links, Project for Advocacy, Counselling and Education, Parenting UK, Parentline Plus, Relate, Safe Ground, Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationship, The Place2Be, Time for Families, Training and Development Agency. I lead joint work to secure coherence in, and drive forward, the Department's policies in relation to parents and families, working with...

Child Poverty (6 Mar 2007)

Tony Lloyd: ...progress that has been made. The hopeful point is that we can see that if we take co-ordinated steps, we will begin to make a difference. I recently visited a scheme in London called The Place2Be, which is about active intervention in schools. I want it to come into my inner-city constituency as it supports young children who bring massive emotional, sometimes psychological, difficulties...

Reading Recovery Programme (31 Oct 2006)

Graham Allen: ...programme and the supporting progress initiative have made substantial gains. The family literacy scheme is doing superb work with parents; literacy volunteers are giving immense support; the Place2B is giving parents an understanding of their children's reading needs. Other innovations include the "mega read" project, linking primaries, secondaries and library services, and the web-based...

Education and Inspections Bill (25 Jul 2006)

Baroness Sharp of Guildford: ...No. 218A asks that those pupils who need help with managing behaviour and relationships should be given support and guidance. We have in mind the sort of counselling advice offered by the charity Place2Be, which a number of noble Lords know about and have perhaps visited. It operates in some 120 primary schools in deprived areas, dealing with children referred by the staff because their...

School Finance (England) Regulations 2006 (16 Feb 2006)

Baroness Walmsley: ...'s agenda to fund multi-agency activity in support of vulnerable children. I wonder whether that could be extended widely enough to include mental health and counselling services, such as the Place2Be initiative, about which I am very enthusiastic, as the Minister knows. I also wonder whether there is any limit on the amount of such funding that can be spent in the voluntary sector. What...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Parenting Fund (23 Jan 2006)

Beverley Hughes: ...The Fostering Network The Laura Centre The National Childbirth Trust The National Deaf Children's Society The National Pyramid Trust The nia project The Parenting Education and Support Forum The Place2Be The Women's Centre for Blackburn and District Trust for the Study of Adolescence Turning Point Turning Point Women's Centre Ltd. Twins and Multiple Births Association Winston's Wish—for...

Written Answers — Home Department: Victims of Crime (19 Jul 2005)

Fiona Mactaggart: ...000 The Nia Project (London) 35,000 Northampton Women's Aid 30,000 Northumbria Police (Operation Phoenix) 35,000 Nottingham Rape Crisis 26,515 One in Four (London) 30,000 The Place2Be (National) 20,065 The Quetzal Project (Leicestershire) 35,000 Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre (Guildford) 40,000 Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre (Warrington) 40,000 Rape and...

Schools: Pupil Behaviour (23 Mar 2005)

Baroness Sharp of Guildford: the bud we have to get in early. It is in the primary schools that these disorders show themselves and, if they can be diagnosed, we need to pay attention to them. A programme called the "Place2Be" concerns the placement of counsellors in primary schools. It has been run on a pilot basis since 1994 and has been gradually rolling out. Its advantage is that it places a counsellor within a...

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