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Extended Schools...
Extended Schools

21 June 2005, Copthorne Tara Hotel, London W8

LGC is delighted to announce the Coordinating extended schools: Implementing a vision for better education and children's services conference. This outstanding one-day event examines the problems that extending facilities will pose. It will bring together a unique mix of expert analysis and case studies to equip councils and schools to successfully plan and supply the best services to meet the needs of the community.

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Local Area Agreements

22 June 2005, 27 Sussex Place, London

Piloted this year, local area agreements are due to be introduced at the local level from 2006-07. Councils will be required to work with partners to agree strategic objectives with central government. This conference will focus on how councils can develop and implement these objectives. If you are a chief executive, policy or service head or a senior finance director, you should attend this conference.

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Youth Services Green Paper

11 July 2005, 27 Sussex Place, Regents Park, London

As councils prepare to establish children's trusts, the challenge is to ensure services are joined up, government expectations are met and stakeholder views are taken into account. LGC is pleased to be presenting this essential Youth Services Green Paper conference. It is the first in a three-part series, following government youth policy from green paper stage to act.

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