The winner of the annual consultation has been randomly selected and has been given her prize of £50 Love 2 Shop vouchers! Thank you to everyone that took part in this, we had 1032 responses in total, which is a 10% increase from last year. Your comments and ideas are greatly appreciated and will help shape the future delivery of services at Sure Start.
Men as parents survey.
Are you a male? Do you care for a child aged 5 or under? Do you live in Calderdale? Then we want to hear your views.
The ‘Men as Parents’ survey aims to capture the views from men who care for a child or children under the age of five e.g. dad, grandparent, uncle, brother, step dad, dad to be.
The information from this survey will help us to inform and potentially shape the development of future Calderdale Council and other partner organisations’ services, activities and groups for men who have a caring role for a child aged 5 or under in Calderdale. Please take five minutes to share your views with us.
Please see document below, which gives you an array of information and ways to keep your home safe and secure. The advice has been given by West Yorkshire Police.
Please find update below from Calderdale MBC regarding the commissioning of Children’s Centres. We are pleased to announce that Calderdale have extended the current contract with North Halifax Partnership for a further 12 months. The document below has more information about this.
See below our winner from the Catch the Comment – Quarter ending September 2018.
Please see a snapshot of comments by clicking the link below.
Come along to our Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 28 November 2018 at 5:00pm at Threeways Centre, Ovenden, HX3 5SW
Light buffet and refreshments.
If you are interested please email: Liz.Broadley@nhpltd.org.uk or ring 01422 251090 if you want to come to the AGM!
Or register on Eventbrite – link below:
Calderdale Council have now shared this update in regards to the re-commissioning of the Children’s Centre Services
This summer, North Halifax Partnership achieved The Calderdale Volunteering Kite mark for demonstrating consistent quality as a volunteering involving organisation. The kite mark covers all aspects of our practice from how we recruit volunteers to the one to one supervision and supported next-steps for volunteers.
The kite mark is awarded by North Bank Forum (Nbf), the organisation which provides support to the voluntary sector on behalf of Calderdale Council, and is known locally as Calderdale Sector Support. Together with our other awards and accreditations like Quality for Health; Bronze Award for Environmental Business Pledge; and CHAS accreditation, the Volunteering Kite mark shows that people outside NHP have looked at our work across the organisation and confirmed it meets a high standard. Well done everyone for achieving this.
We are pleased to announce that North Halifax Partnership have been successful in achieving the level 2 Quality for Health award. There were many positives and many areas of excellent practice were commented on.
The Assessor also fed back that:
Without exception every Service User he spoke to confirmed they were made extremely welcome and treated with dignity, kindness, compassion, courtesy, respect, understanding and honesty at all times.
He also said that
The highly effective systems and the passionate culture of support that exists throughout the organisation ensures delivery of a high quality and totally ‘customer focused’ approach.