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Sleeping baby

Babies of 2020

We’re looking for babies born in the city during the lockdown who have not yet been legally registered. It’s quick and easy to register a birth at Brighton & Hove register office. You can make an appointment with the register office online or by phone. 

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We're looking to help schools manage additional places in future

Helping schools manage additional places

We're looking to address concerns about a potentially large surplus in school places in years to come, which could lead to some schools facing financial problems.

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The new food hub has managed more than 550 deliveries so far

Young volunteers give food for thought

A new food hub run by the Hangleton & Knoll Project at St Richard’s Community Centre has made more than 550 deliveries to local people in need.

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Councillor Kate Knight

A message for young people in the city

Councillor Kate Knight, Deputy Chair of Brighton & Hove City Council’s Children, Young People & Skills Committee has today asked young people to look out for themselves, each other and everyone around them amid local concern about escalating anti-social behaviour on Hove Lawns.

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The council has agreed to do more to tackle racism and bias in schools

Tackling racism and bias in schools

Training for schools will now take into account the impact of bias, discrimination, white privilege and institutional racism on pupils and staff.

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Schools update: Information about the decision not to open schools more widely

Last week we announced that the advice to Brighton & Hove schools and council nurseries remains that they should not open more widely for pupils. More information about the decision has now been shared following requests from parents asking about what factors are influencing our current position.