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An Action Plan for Children

Tuesday, November 9, 2004

Sheffield Heeley MP Meg Munn recently made a key note speech at the ‘Making Children the Number One Priority’ seminar at Norfolk Heritage Centre. The events main purpose was to agree key priorities from the four action plans identified in the Neighbourhood Strategy for Arbourthorne and Norfolk Park; developing an integrated neighbourhood for children and family services.


Meg’s speech focused on future Government plans for children. Also in her capacity as Parliamentary Private Secretary (PPS) to the Children’s Minister, Margaret Hodge, she commented on the Children’s Bill currently before Parliament.


Meg stated that:


“Since the launch of Every Child Matters in 2003 (the Government Green paper), we have seen the richest and most significant debate on children’s services for over a generation?.so many people have come together to support the vision of society in which every child has the opportunity to fulfil their potential and to ensure that no child slips through the net”.


Meg later commented:


“It’s crucial that we all work together towards common goals if we are to make a real difference to children’s lives. Its through events like this where we can make sure that there is a focus on local arrangements for child protection, education and health - improving opportunities for this generation of young people.”


The event was attended by many delegates from the Arbourthorne and Norfolk Park Children and Family Services Partnership, Community childcare and family support services, schools, Senior Managers from Social Services, Education, health and many more.


For more information with regards to this event or progress made from it please contact Sandra Bainbridge at sandra.bainbridge@sheffield.gov.uk or Meg Munn MP’s office on 0114 263 4004.

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