Prevention measures still vital with highest case numbers in Exeter, Mid Devon and West Devon, more community testing rolls out and schools prepare to reopen for all students https://t.co/tLP4qGdBub
@stpetersexeter Retweeted DofE - 25th Feb 2021
If you're 11-18 in England, and want to have your say on what's on offer for young people outside of school - fill in this quick survey from @DCMS by Friday.
@stpetersexeter Retweeted Department for Education - 25th Feb 2021
Primary schools will open to all pupils from 8 March.
Secondary school year groups and college students will return throughout the week, with asymptomatic COVID-19 testing in place for them. https://t.co/ToJoOeXRwe
@stpetersexeter Retweeted BBC The One Show - 25th Feb 2021
@stpetersexeter Retweeted East Devon #StayHomeSaveLives - 22nd Feb 2021
Social media is helping us keep in touch with friends and loved ones – but there are risks. Offenders are moving online to target people for grooming. If you’re concerned, intervene early - help is available
@stpetersexeter Retweeted TeenTech - 22nd Feb 2021
@stpetersexeter Retweeted ymcaexeter - 18th Feb 2021
We are very excited for 'Sleep Easy - The Big Virtual Sleepover' which is taking place tomorrow evening. Our team have been prepping the Sleep Easy giveaway prizes which will go out to the game winners tomorrow. 👏 💤
@stpetersexeter Retweeted Devon & Cornwall Police - 16th Feb 2021
Top tips to help children stay safe online during lockdown
Check games content and features 👍
Use privacy and parental controls 👍
Turn location settings off 👍
Make an agreement about use and time online and stick to it. 👍
More info on our website: https://t.co/ReqQqRAsaChttps://t.co/dTAlXV2TXp
@stpetersexeter Retweeted Devon County Council - 11th Feb 2021
It's February half term next week and we all deserve a break, but please do to continue to stay local and follow the national restrictions to keep yourself, family and Devon safe.
Hear from experts @PHE_uk 👇
@stpetersexeter Retweeted Exeter College - 11th Feb 2021
If you're worried about a child, please contact us. With lockdown restrictions in place, some children are at increased risk of harm. We understand it can be hard to know what to do, but we're here to help on 0808 800 5000 or email email@example.com. https://t.co/xTGkfeVix1