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A new plan for Island's children and young people

14 July 2010

​Islanders are invited to a public meeting tonight (15 July 2010) to help shape Jersey’s first ever Children and Young People Plan.

Deputy Anne Pryke, who chairs the Children’s Policy Group, said “We want the plan to reflect what Islanders think is important so we are asking what needs to be done to ensure that Jersey is a great place to grow up.

“To get the ball rolling we’re organising public consultation sessions both this week and next. These are open to everyone."

The plan, which has been commissioned by the States of Jersey’s Children’s Policy Group, will set out priorities for the services for children and young people in Jersey. This includes States services, like education and health, and those provided by charities.

Deputy Pryke added "We will also consult specific groups of young people and those with special needs or interests. This will help us develop a first draft of the plan.

"Then in October we are planning a second round of consultation so Islanders have another opportunity to tell us what they think.”

The public meetings are on:

  • Thursday 15 July from 7–8.30pm at St Clement Parish Hall, Le Hocq. Doors open at 6.45pm
  • Monday 19 July at the Bridge (formerly St Mark’s School) between 12pm and 1pm

For more information, or if you have special needs that you wish to make us aware of, contact the administrative officer at the Jersey Child Protection Committee (JCPC) on +44 (0) 1534 442752 or by email.​​​

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