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PUBLISHED: 13:14 24 December 2008 | UPDATED: 13:26 24 August 2010

Busier than ever THE council s scheme to get people back to work is busier than ever. The number of unemployed registering for help with Brent Council s Brent in2 Work scheme has increased according to teams based in Wembley, South Kilburn and Harlesden.

Busier than ever

THE council's scheme to get people back to work is busier than ever.

The number of unemployed registering for help with Brent Council's Brent in2 Work scheme has increased according to teams based in Wembley, South Kilburn and Harlesden.

Brent in2 Work has helped 3,600 residents find a job since 2002 and in 2006/07 1665 residents went through the Brent in2 Work programme with 1,332 finding a job.

In 2007/08 1,718 residents went through the programme and 1,265 found work.

Outstanding mark

A SCHOOL has been classed as 'outstanding' by the Government's inspectors.

Brent's Pupil Referral Unit, in Poplar Grove, Wembley, has been praised by Ofsted as being 'highly effective' and awarded the highest grade possible of 'outstanding' for its work.

The unit teaches 36 year 10 and 11 pupils who have been excluded from school.

Headteacher, Christine Justic said: "We are delighted.

"I'd like to thank all the staff and pupils whose hard work and dedication has made this amazing outcome possible."

Enrol your child

DO NOT forget to register your child for primary school this Christmas.

If your child was born between September 1, 2004 and August 31, 2005 now is the time to apply for a reception place for September 2009.

Children transferring from infant school to junior school in September also need to get their applications in.

To apply visit www.eadmissions.org.uk

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