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  • Title: Update on the Move on Café and alternatives with the drop in centre closes
    Question type: Written
    Asked by: Simon Crowcroft
    Answered by: Minister for Education, Sport and Culture
    Question date: 06/06/2006
    Reference:
    Answer   I understand that the ‘Move On Café’ is secure until the end of August 2006 … The Youth Service is currently working with a number of other organisations, the Parish of St …
  • Title: Inclusion of a nursery unit in the redevelopment of St. Peters Primary School
    Question type: Written
    Asked by: Simon Crowcroft
    Answered by: Minister for Education, Sport and Culture
    Question date: 28/03/2006
    Reference:
    Answer   I confirm that a nursery class will be built as part of the planned redevelopment of St Peter’s Primary School … In 1996 the States approved the strategy of the Working …
  • Title: Parent Action Group meetings re early years education and care
    Question type: Written
    Asked by: Simon Crowcroft
    Answered by: Minister for Education, Sport and Culture
    Question date: 16/05/2006
    Reference:
    (b)        whether the Minister of Education, Sport and Culture, or the former Education, Sport and Culture Committee, received representations by letter or email from members of …
  • Title: The provision of a nursery unit at St Peters Primary School
    Question type: Written
    Asked by: Simon Crowcroft
    Answered by: Minister for Education, Sport and Culture
    Question date: 25/04/2006
    Reference:
    (c)                              whether discussions were held with the Parish over the feasibility of using existing premises in the area to avoid the expense of new build …
  • Title: Extra funding for top-up fees
    Question type: Written
    Asked by: Simon Crowcroft
    Answered by: Minister for Education, Sport and Culture
    Question date: 16/05/2006
    Reference:
    Answer   When the Council of Ministers made the recommendation that the £1,350 per annum ‘top up’ fees levied by U.K. universities should not be passed onto students, or their …
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