She has now joined forces with the Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) and the National Children's Bureau to launch the national campaign Give Us A Break.
What does NCB stand for?
NCB stands for National Children's Bureau
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- Nano Carbon Ball (deodorization)
- Nano-Cluster Bodensee (nanotechnology; Switzerland)
- Narcotics Control Bureau
- Narragansett Community Band (Templeton, MA)
- National Camps for the Blind (Canada)
- National Cargo Bureau
- National Center for Biodefense
- National Central Bank (finance, European Union)
- National Central Bureau
- National Child Benefit (Canada)
- National City Bank
- National Coal Board (UK)
- National Codification Bureau
- National College of Business (various locations)
- National Commercial Bank (Saudi Arabia)
- National Competitive Bidding
- National Computer Board (Republic of Mauritius)
- National Confederation of the Blind (Delhi, India)
- National Cooperative Bank
- National Coordinating Board (various organizations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The National Children's Bureau charity found 95% of nursery staff were against the changes.
It comes as the National Children's Bureau (NCB) has today raised concerns that the qualification will put many youngsters, including those who have special educational needs (SEN), at a disadvantage.
Jo Butcher of the National Children's Bureau said: 'Children and young people tell us that outside influences make it even more difficult for them to choose healthier lifestyles'.
References DCFS (Department for Children, Schools and Families), Care Matters, London: DCSF, 2008 DCSF/DH (Department for Children, Schools and Families/Department of Health), Statutory guidance on promoting the health and well-being of looked after children, London: DCSF/DH, 2009 National Children's Bureau, Healthy Care Standard: Entitlements and outcomes, undated; http://www.
Dr Hilary Emery of the National Children's Bureau said: "The Prime Minister is making children and families the biggest losers of this recession.
The chief executive of the National Children's Bureau sent Mrs Shoesmith an email saying: "Well done, Sharon on how you have been handling the media attention.
According to the National Children's Bureau, every 11 to 18-year-old in the UK should get advice on contraception, pregnancy tests and screening for sexually transmitted diseases between lessons, reports the Telegraph.