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The quick-thinking actions of a five-year-old girl have been saluted after she witnessed her mum fall down the stairs and remain unconscious for more than 15 minutes.

Scarlett Neill has been praised by her parents and school after calmly speaking to the emergency services following the accident to her mum, Sam.

By Tim Coulson, Chief Executive of Unity Schools Partnership

The New Year for the Unity Schools Partnership started in the best possible way when we welcomed around 700 staff members to our annual conference at Thomas Gainsborough School.

In the past, we have held the conference away from our schools and organised two big events – one for our secondary schools and one for our hub of primary schools.

The Unity Schools Partnership is delighted to announce that The Bridge School in Ipswich will be joining the trust next year.

The Bridge School will be the second special school to be part of the trust, following in the footsteps of Churchill Special Free School in Haverhill, which was rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted.

November has been quite a month.

Throughout the year, children and teachers have been thinking about the First World War and the 100th anniversary of the end of the war.

Many schools created impressive displays using poppies and marked the anniversary - both in school during the week preceding Remembrance Sunday and some joining in civic events in their community.

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