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File relating to Child Care. Includes correspondence concerning family friendly workplaces, flexible working, creche facilities, and premises. Also includes a conference report, agenda, action points and meeting minutes of the Child Care Forum, copies of Child Care Bulletin, the Jersey Child Care Survey, United Kingdom Green Papers regarding work and parents, questionnaires regarding family friendly working practices, a child care needs survey and analysis, Support for Childcare agenda and meeting minutes, an action document for the 5 year strategy of the Jersey Child Care Trust (JCCT), flexible working request and assessment forms, and a senior managers meeting agenda
Date: August 25th 1998 - January 16th 2002
File relating to Child Care. Includes correspondence concerning the development of policy on support for childcare, premises, flexible working, special leave, child care assistance, and Playcare. Also includes meeting minutes, a Health and Social Services child care and dependents survey, results and report, a report on child care assistance for public sector employees, childcare strategies, and a draft agreement with La Petite Ecole
Date: September 7th 2001 - May 28th 2004
File relating to Flexible Working. Includes correspondence concerning: draft employment policies, departments, people with disabilities and criminal convictions, equality and diversity, retired persons, family friendly working, and a proposed cut in Jersey Child Care Trust (JCCT) grant. Also includes a Committee paper on flexible working and child care assistance policy, course documentation, a journal article, a review, and the JCCT strategy
Date: December 18th 1998 - March 29th 2004
Date: February 5th 1988 - January 22nd 1996
Date: September 5th 1988 - June 18th 1993
Directorate correspondence relating to the Summer Playscheme of 1988, including documentation and reports
Date: June 28th 1984 - December 13th 1988
Date: January 7th 1990 - December 14th 1990
Directorate correspondence relating to Nursery Education and the development of 14, Byron Road, St Helier
Date: February 7th 1990 - February 7th 1991
Directorate correspondence relating to Day Nurseries, Child Minders, includes; information about Fort Regent Day Nursery, standards for day nurseries, surveys of day care opportunities for employment and guildelines for the registration of child minders.
Date: May 19th 1987 - August 10th 1988
Directorate correspondence relating to Day Nurseries, Maintenance, includes; details of proposed building maintenance, a review of new services and budgetary implications for the future of Brig-y-don.
Date: February 8th 1989 - December 27th 1990
Directorate correspondence relating to Nursery Schools, includes; a report on a study of out of school care facilities, accounts and correspondence concerning the Jersey Teachers' Nursery, discussion regarding the location of Centrepoint Nursery, the closing of Sacre Coeur, details of revisions of the Education Law regarding children below compulsory school age, correspondence relating to Kids Club, Child Care in the west of the Island and other general correspondence regarding child care provision.
Date: May 14th 1993 - December 14th 1995
Photographs which relate to the Jersey Evening Post and include: Dominic and Guido Omissi, Claudine, Gerard and Gisel Anno, David and Gwen Wheeler, winners of the Good Neighbours Competition and two of their children, with Jill Somerville and Anthony Somerville.
Date: 1968-11 - 1968-12
Subject: Evening Post
File number: 23
Page number: 13
Photographs which relate to the Jersey Evening Post and include Jill and Anthony Somerville, and Robert, John and Rowan Heaney.
Date: 1968 - 1969
Subject: Evening Post
File number: 23
Page number: 14
Photographs which relate to the Jersey Evening Post and include David Le Feuvre, David and Gwen Wheeler with two of their children, winners of the Good Neighbours Competition, entries from a dolls competition and a presentation by Arthur G Harrison to the Wheeler Family.
Date: November 20th 1968 - December 4th 1968
Subject: Evening Post
File number: 23
Page number: 8
Images of leading childcare expert Dr Hugh Jolly ahead of giving at a lecture at the Town Hall organised by the National Association for the Welfare of Children in Hospitals on the subject of the emotional needs of children in hospital.
Date: June 11th 1981 - June 11th 1981
Photographer: Glenn Rankine
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1981/7795.
Marleen Hacquoil interviews Major Arthur Stamberg, aged 86. Includes: Born 1904 in Windsor Crescent, father was a doctor who came from England; two sisters; mother was a Blampied, her family owned a farm at St Lawrence; Education - went to Mount Pleasant Prep School, then Victoria College 1914-1923; in 1922 took Charles I scholarship to Oxford; both sisters went to London University; during the First World War father was a Colonol in the RAMC - stationed in northern France, was present at the retreat from Mons; mother was at home - when Belgium collapsed she looked after Belgian refugees in Jersey; used a coule of houses at the top of Midvale Road; in 1916 father was sent to Gallipoli, then Guernsey in charge of military hospital at Fort George; bought a house over there - mother went to run the house and left children in Jersey with French governess; describes duties of governess, it was unusual at the time; Jersey-French and 'good' French were spoken; all farming families spoke Jersey-French, not many natives spoke 'good' French; read French and German at Oxford; in 1924 stayed with a family in Dresden; when he came back from India went to Buckingham Palace as Secretary to the Master of the Household, languages were useful for talking to staff from embassies; gives details of job; retired in 1961; thoughts on abdication of Edward VIII; part of job was preparing court circular; personalities and memories of the different monarchs; broke his spine in an accident on leave in Jersey and had to retire; memories of Jersey as a boy - sailing ships, cod fishing, auctions of cod on the ships; memories of the harbour and sailing ships; Blandin's wine store located at the present premisies of the St Helier Yacht club - a large ship came once a year form Portugal with a cargo of wine which was bottled on the premises and sold to the local wine merchants. Duration 40 minutes. Recorded 15/02/1991. Tape speed 3 3/4 ips. Recording is on side one [green leader], left track.
Date: February 15th 1991 - February 15th 1991
Jersey Talking Magazine-November Edition. Introduction by Gordon Young. Gordon Young talking to Captain Ray Huzan from St Dunstan's about what he does at St Dunstan's, recording tapes for the blind, a machine called the Kurzweil Reading Machine a computer which talks and reads the written word to aid the blind, how it works, listening to the Kurzweil working, describing the machine and its processes, its uses and demonstrating how it works by typing a piece of paper and then allowing the machine to read it. Horoscope feature-Diane Postlethwaite giving a forecast for scorpio for the year. Norah Bryan talking to Andrew Christiansen who has just completed working from Land's End to John O'Groats for charity talking about his attempt to walk across the Sahara Desert, the things he encountered on his journey, what gave him the idea in the first place, his expectations, encountering illness, walking through a sand storm, carrying 40 lbs on his back, medication, how he dealt with illness, the distance he walked, walking or charity, walking from Land's End to John O'Groats, his preparations, where he stayed during the walk, how long he walked for during the day, admiring the scenery, walking against the traffic, amusing and memorable experiences on his walk, his next plans to ride a tandem across Europe to South Africa. Results of the quiz. End of Side One. Feature on the history of St Martin's School with children singing and Miss de Gruchy, the headmistress of the school. Descriptions of the creation of the school, the building of the school, the laying of the foundation stone in 1899 which had a box behind it with items from 1899 which was moved in 1980 and opened, children acting out the laying of the original foundation stone, a poetical description of the new building work and the plans to put a new box behind the foundation stone with items from 1980. June Gurdon talking to Don Coombes of the Coombe's Trust a charity for underprivileged children about the children he brings to Jersey, where the children come from, applications for 24 places to come to Jersey, the adult helpers he has, the accommodation for the boys in a scout hut, food, the usual routine for the day, malnourished children, entertaining the children, the Hotel L'Horizon providing lunch, the experience of the boys going to the Ritz Hotel in St Helier, people donating gifts to the charity, the difficulty for the boys going back to reality, the story of a boy called Johnny Campbell who visited Jersey and came back later in life and lived here, the experience of the holiday, discipline, the background of the holidays-how they came about and the support they receive. End of Side Two.
Date: October 31st 1980 - October 31st 1980
Date: January 25th 2021