Following on from the success of First Time Voters’ Question Time in the build-up to the General Election, BBC Three will become a regular home for political coverage for young people with four new editions of the programme over the coming year. Now called Young Voters’ Question Time BBC Three will continue to cover political issues for the 16-34 year old audience – programmes that are simply not provided for young people elsewhere. The first show will run in October to tie in with the Government’s spending review announcement. Following the success of last year’s season, the Adult Season returns to explore the pressures on young people to grow up quickly, and what it means to be an adult.
If your parent is physically unwell, school friends’ sympathy and a shoulder to cry on are often at hand. In this intimate and deeply personal authored documentary, Tulisa from chart-smashing N-Dubz recounts growing up with a mother who suffered from a schizo-affective disorder, and the pressure it placed upon her. Georgia is a hard-working, studious and academic 14-year-old whose unusual life is reaching a crossroads.
This is a film about the extraordinary relationship between a daughter and her mother who has come to symbolise the values of our looks- and fame-obsessed times. Jasmine, or Jazz to her friends, like any typical teenager loves shopping, clothes, and gossiping with her mates. From sashes and tiaras to diamante eyelashes and spray tans, BBC Three dives extensions first into the burgeoning world of the UK beauty pageant industry in a new, six-part series, Baby Beauty Queens. Young, Dumb And Living Off Mum returns with eight inept and spoilt young adults used to being waited on hand and foot by their parents. In a bid to show they can fend for themselves they move into a house together, where they will quickly need to learn the basics such as making their own beds, cooking, cleaning and budgeting.
Each week they’ll be sent out to work in the real world by their parents, who will set them a challenge. To secure a chance of winning a round-the-world trip they will have to show beyond doubt that they have changed for the better, that they are ready to become adults and – most importantly – gain the respect of their parents.
Growing up is hard enough for most young people, but how different would it be if you couldn’t view the world for yourself because you were blind? This thought-provoking film follows four young blind people on the rollercoaster ride to adulthood as they try to work out what they want from their lives.
Following the success of its first series, Underage And Pregnant returns for a second eight-part run. Contributors include 14-year-old Courtnay, from Inverness, who had only just discovered she was in the early stages of her pregnancy when her boyfriend was killed in a car crash.
Throughout the series teenage mums and dads share their hopes and fears for their children and their new lives, giving a unique insight into the experiences of teenage parents; from the decisions they must make and the challenges that face them to how every aspect of their lives is affected.
This warm-hearted and emotional film follows 22-year-old Alice as she searches for her biological dad.
During Alice’s life there have been six different men who at some point have played the role of dad to her. In one final challenge Alice, who has recently become engaged, has to make the difficult decision of which dad will walk her down the aisle.
In this inspiring documentary TV presenter Jeff Brazier explores his relationship with his brother Spencer, who has cerebral palsy. My Brother And Me is the surprising and uplifting journey of two people finally learning how to understand and accept each other for who they are. Cheryl Taylor, Controller of BBC Comedy Commissioning today announced an exciting new pilot for BBC Three. The Jason Lewis Experience is a 30-minute show which sees a mix of pre-recorded sketches featuring Jason’s take on a variety of famous people, and some of his own characters along with a musical finale. Jason has starred in various BBC comedy shows, such as Miranda and Bellamy’s People for BBC Two, Coming of Age for BBC Three, and will feature in the forthcoming series of Armstrong And Miller.
Most young adults take their freedom for granted – they can choose their friends, stay out late, learn to drive and decide what they want to do as a career.
Following on from last year’s acclaimed documentary, The Autistic Me, this new film catches up with Oliver, Alex and Thomas a year after director Matt Rudge first met them.
Andy and Sheila Hobley have three children, 16-year-old Alex and 10-year-old twins George and James. A two-part documentary series with a unique event at its heart has been commissioned as part of BBC Three’s Living With Autismseason. The gripping finale of the second series of Being Human attracted an audience of one million (4.1%) last night (Sunday 28 February) on BBC Three. It has also received 1.7 million requests on BBC iPlayer across the series, with all eight episodes still available to watch for the next seven days. BBC Three is now the most-watched digital channel for the hours it broadcasts and, since its relaunch, it has grown young audiences by 30%. Being Human is produced by Touchpaper Television, written by Toby Whithouse and stars Russell Tovey, Aidan Turner, Lenora Crichlow and Sinead Keenan.
It has been commissioned for a third series for 2011 by Danny Cohen, Controller, BBC Three, and Ben Stephenson, Controller, Drama Commissioning, where the housemates will relocate to Wales. Following the huge success of his first series, Russell Howard will be returning to BBC Three with two more helpings of his topical news show. Series one was the best performing studio-based entertainment show BBC Three has ever launched.
Series two will hit our screens next month, with a third series planned for later this year. Once again, Russell will scour the media looking for the big stories dominating the news agenda and offer his own unique perspective on them.
He will also be picking out the sometimes overlooked little news nuggets that make him smile. The series, made by Avalon Television, will be produced by Mark Iddon, series produced by Robyn O’Brien and directed by Peter Orton. BBC Three gives election advice to 16-34 year olds in two short trails fronted by the BBC Business Editor Robert Peston. Made by the BBC’s Current Affairs team, the first 30-second film reminds BBC Three viewers that they must register if they want to vote in the upcoming General Election and Peston explains how to go about it. In the second 60-second film Peston explains how to vote and this will be shown closer to the election this year.
Research for the BBC suggests that young people are keen to have more information about elections and voting and BBC Three reaches this audience.
Robert Peston is also fronting six short films shot exclusively for BBC Three online called Peston On Money in which he aims to explain how we got into the biggest financial disaster in half a century and what you need to know to protect yourself.
Russell Tovey, Nicola Roberts, Dan Clark, Robert Peston, Johnny Vegas, Russell Howard, Simon Bird, Harriet Braun, Catherine Johnson – just some of the artists gracing BBC Three both in front of and behind the screen in 2010. The channel is now the most watched amongst 16-34s for the hours it broadcasts with 4.8 million watching every week. Season HighlightsBold, original drama now sits at the heart of BBC Three and a new year sees the return of the hit Being Human.
Created by Harriet Braun (Mistresses, Attachments), Lip Service is a modern relationship drama following the lives of a group of twenty-something lesbians living in Glasgow. Written by Catherine Johnson, best known for the film Mamma Mia, Dappers is a Bristol-based comedy about Faye and Ashley who are young mothers and best mates living in housing association flats in well-to-do Clifton.
Written by Leo Richardson and inspired by his stage play, Stanley Park is a sharply observed, character-based ensemble comedy drama. In a pioneering new dance show Dancing On Wheels, six celebrities are paired with six wheelchair users as they compete to represent the UK in the European Wheelchair dance championships. BBC Three presents a ground-breaking season of documentaries about young people with autism called Living With Autism. Two years ago, James Hobley couldn’t read or write, and then he discovered disco dancing and his world changed. Autism School follows the experiences of teenagers studying and living together at a specialist boarding school, while The Autistic Driving School follows young autistic people facing the challenging rite of passage that is learning to drive. The season also includes a follow up to last year’s acclaimed documentary The Autistic Me. In the build up to the World Cup, five Wags of top English footballers leave behind their privileged lives to undertake a life-changing journey to understand the reality of daily life in South Africa.
Girls Aloud star Nicola Roberts explores the extremes to which some people go to achieve the perfect tan in What Would You Do For A Tan?

Other documentaries featuring in the Dangerous Pleasures Season include Stag Weekends – The Dirty Secrets in which BBC reporter Simon Boazman investigates the impact that the stag industry is having on the sex trade in Europe.
In Judith: Going Back to Congo, Thandie Newton narrates a film which follows 23-year-old Judith as she returns to the Democratic Republic of Congo where rape has become a weapon of war.
In Nel: From Camden To Kabul, 21-year-old Nel returns to Afghanistan to find out what life for women was like under the Taliban, and how much life has really changed for women since. Girls On The Frontline follows four extraordinary young women pushed to their limits as they serve in the British Army on the frontline of the conflict in Afghanistan.
For the first time, award-winning business journalist Robert Peston comes to BBC Three in Peston On Money (working title). Lindsay Lohan travels across India to meet the people involved in child trafficking in Lindsay Lohan In India (working title). Russell Tovey plays Steve, a laddish man with no desire to seek employment, in a hilarious and often shocking comedy about what really goes on behind the bedroom doors of today’s twenty-somethings in Young, Lazy And Unemployed.
In The Gemma Factor, Gemma Collinge has only one ambition – to be famous by the time she’s 21. EntertainmentIn the coming months, the entertainment slate should give young audiences plenty to make them smile.
One of the runaway hits of 2009, Russell Howard’s Good News is back as, each week, Russell scours the media looking for the big stories dominating the news and offering his own unique perspective. In the exciting new comedy panel show, The King Is Dead, a well-known public figure is hypothetically bumped off each week and a comic interview panel led by Simon Bird must scour the Great British celebrity pool for a top-notch replacement.
Following the hit series, The Undercover Princes, BBC Three once again throws open the regal runway to welcome three princesses in The Undercover Princesses who head for the UK in search of their very own Prince Charming. Televised in the lead up to Christmas this joins exclusive performance from Sadler’s Wells and a new film documenting the artistic and cultural legacy of this legendary company on BBC Four. The Balletboyz, Michael Nunn and William Trevitt, handpick the most exciting talent they can find; a dynamic mix of professional and amateur dancers, all of them drawn from radically different modern dance styles including Tango, Street, Contemporary and Pole Dancing. Following a brief selection process, the boys put together a unique company for this radical new interpretation of Stravinsky’s The Rite Of Spring to be shown on BBC Three. The film traces the history for Stravinsky’s seminal work which famously provoked riots in Paris at its premiere in 1913.
It features interviews with the choreographers Paul Roberts and Freddie Opoku-Addaie and the dancers themselves in addition to behind-the-scenes footage following the development of the project from the selection process, intensive rehearsal period and performance. For the latest Sadlers Wells production, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Javier de Frutos, Russell Maliphant and Wayne McGregor and have each created new works reflecting upon the collaborative influence of the Ballets Russes and evoking the essence of the ground-breaking impresario Diaghilev himself. Each choreographer will work with all or part of their own companies for this tribute production marking the Ballets Russes centenary. A new film commissioned for BBC Four traces the legacy of the Ballets Russes and its enduring influence on dance, art and culture. Contributors include Wayne Eagling, Artistic Director of English National Ballet, designer Jasper Conran and Frederic Franklin who performed with the Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo for 20 years and saw the Ballets Russes perform in 1929. The Ballets Russes season includes another opportunity to see Riot At The Rite, a dramatisation of events around the notorious premiere of Stravinsky’s The Rite Of Spring. Adam Garcia stars as Vaslav Nijinsky, arguably the greatest male ballet dancer of all time and Alex Jennings is the great Russian impresario Sergei Diaghilev, founder of the Ballet Russes, for whom Nijinsky worked as a pioneering choreographer as well as dancer. The cast also includes Aidan McArdle, Rachel Stirling, Emma Pierson and Griff Rhys Jones as the owner of the Theatre Champs Elysees where the premiere was staged and who was bankrupted by the event. The Finnish National Ballet and Zenaida Yanowsky perform the ballet and Osmo Vanska directs the BBC Symphony Orchestra, in what was a new recording of Stravinsky’s work made for the drama. The Spanish Sisters came to London over 45 years ago to help single Spanish young women who were alone and vulnerable in London. For over 45 years, the Spanish Sisters of Charity helped raise children with love and unswerving dedication.
The Spanish Nursery Limited Company was formed by Directors: Aliette Fenton-Sharp and Carmen Rampersad. In their efforts the Directors are supported by an Advisory Committee which includes: treasurer, parent relations, teacher liaison and environmental and community issues person. Rocio Pedrera Martinez has the qualified teacher status alongside NVQ level 2 and level 3 and has significant experience working in primary schools and nurseries of similar setting. Our Nursery Chef, Valentina Vatamanu, not only has a Level 2 in Catering and completes ongoing training i.e. The Spanish Nursery operates a 'key person system' for all children under the age of 5 years. While still available, TSN accepts childcare vouchers towards the costs of the fees (nursery, after school and holiday schemes). Siblings have priority admission and 10% sibling discount if they attend the same provision at the same time. Parents Guide to the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework (EYFS) is a document designed for parents and it outlines the EYFS statutory requirements, what parents should expect from the childcare provider, how they can best support childrena€™s learning and development, it talks about the prime and specific areas of learning, the progress check at age 2 and the EYFS profile (assessment at age 5). The Centre operates a comprehensive Child Protection procedure under which every staff has a duty to report concerns and share information with the Local Authority if there are safeguarding concerns about a child in the Centre.
The OFSTED report on the inspection held at The Spanish Nursery and Childrena€™s Centre for Culture and Language on April 2016 is now available on OFSTEDa€™s website. We are available to discuss with you if there are specific areas which you wish to address with us regarding the findings of the report, our plans to address the areas of improvement, the individual and collective experience of your children and yourselves at The Spanish Nursery. The Spanish Nursery and Childrena€™s Centre for Culture and Language operates under the OFSTED registration number EY453063. At TSN we do not cater food because we feel that fresh, home-made nutritious food is the best for childrena€™s development. We like to guide children to experiment with ingredients, textures and different materials. Birthdays are always celebrated at TSN and we welcome parents to bring a fruit based cake to share with the 12 o'clock meal (please do not bring nuts in the Centre in case of severe allergies). Our staff eat with the children and we strongly believe in the importance of meals as social events and sharing food. The food we are serving is meeting the guidelines set by the Children's Food Trust (Voluntary Food and Drink guidelines for Early Years). It is important to evaluate and reflect on everything we do within our setting, including our approach to food and drink provision.
The entire family is invited but please do let us know how many persons will be joining us in order to have plenty of food and chocolates! It was a bold move by Danny and the BBC Three team to provide election coverage that addressed the concerns of young people, but the politicians responded and audiences came to the programmes. But for a young person with a parent suffering from mental health problems, the stigma can be overwhelming and domestic upheaval can be an unspoken secret. Tulisa also travels the country to meet other young Britons caring for a mentally ill mum or dad. Her mother is tabloid favourite Alicia Douvall, who instinctively sees a career path similar to her own in the modelling industry as best for her daughter. The pair share a warm and unique bond and Georgia explains what life is like growing up with a mum under the intense scrutiny of celebrity culture, and how this influences the decisions she makes as she continues her journey to adulthood. This new series explores the pressures on young people to grow up too quickly by shining a spotlight on life for aspiring pageant queens and child models in an image-obsessed Britain. It’s time for Adam, Danielle, Marc, Chloe, Coran, Harri, Iman and Levi, all aged 17-23, to sever those apron strings and stand on their own two feet.
This will be the first time in their lives that they have had to shoulder any responsibility.
To avoid being sent packing at the end of each challenge they will have to put in some hard work – from shifts at one of Britain’s largest zoos to a stint at a retirement village.
Once again the candid half-hour programmes follow a mix of schoolgirl mums – and some dads – with varied backgrounds as they come to terms with pregnancy, birth and their new lives as parents. After recovering from the horror of losing him, Courtnay, fully supported by both her family and his, comes to realise that her pregnancy has helped to ease her grief. Some have meant more to her than others, but there’s one of these men Alice has no memory of – the man she believes is her real dad. He has never had a job or a girlfriend and spends his days watching TV and playing computer games.
Through the pilot they will be able to enjoy the return of characters such as Nanny Discipline, the kick ass granny, and Jay-Z, as well as a host of new additions including David Cameron, Prince Harry and Dizzee Rascal.

In a series of warm and insightful films, BBC Three explores the complex lives of these young people as well as the challenges they face. For the lives of these young men on the autistic spectrum, the past 12 months has seen some dramatic changes and upheavals in all of their lives, as they continue their journey into adulthood. It represents a coming of age, a new beginning and a sense of freedom, but it is a daunting and stressful experience even for the calmest of individuals – much more so for those with autism. The Autistic Proms (working title) follows a group of young autistic people with a passion for music, as they prepare for what could be the biggest night of their lives. The executive producers are Jon Thoday, Richard Allen-Turner and James Taylor, and Karl Warner for the BBC. I believe my mission is clear – to provide thought-provoking and entertaining programmes for young viewers, featuring young British talent. Russell Tovey, Lenora Crichlow and Aidan Turner are back as George, Annie and Mitchell – a werewolf, a ghost and a vampire trying to live normal lives. But beneath its veneer of medical normality lies a secret network of dangerous experiments pushing back the boundaries of science itself, with potentially horrifying consequences. Set in a south London suburb, it tells the story of a group of young friends experiencing the hilarious but often painful upheavals that take place during a tumultuous period in their lives.
Their dances, which include the waltz, cha cha cha, tango and rumba, are judged by Strictly’s James and Ola Jordan and Paralympian Ade Adepitan who must choose which couple to eliminate from the competition each week. Now, 10-years-old, James could soon be eligible for mainstream school and hopes to win the World Disco Dancing Championships.
It follows the fortunes of three young people with autism, and their families, as they continue their difficult journey to adulthood.
Current AffairsIn 2010 BBC Three’s commitment to hard-hitting current affairs continues with a series of documentaries that follow young people as they explore fresh challenges and troubles in foreign lands. With unprecedented access, BBC Three explores how these young women, all in their twenties, face frontline battle and the challenges of some of the most violent months for British forces so far. In six short films, shot exclusively for online and aimed at young people, Robert examines how the UK was hit by the largest financial disaster in half a century and what viewers can do to protect themselves. From poverty-stricken parents sending their children away to work, to traffickers trying to make a quick buck, Lindsay questions if there is any solution to this abominable trade. This ambitious new comedy tells the tale of four urban animals who hang out together in the bin yard of an inner-city pub. Living in a tiny backwater, Gemma dreams of escaping to the Big Smoke for the bright lights and all its trappings. Presented by the Balletboyz, the film culminates in a version of the work and offers an insight into the entire creative process. They supported them to integrate in the community, learn the language, and find employment. Carmena€™s expertise is in statutory child protection, safeguarding children's welfare and quality assurance and for the past 10 years has occupied various management positions in a London Local Authority.
The key purpose of the Advisory Committee is to ensure the Centre's prosperity by collectively guiding its affairs, whilst meeting the appropriate interests of its shareholders and stakeholders. Additional to qualified teacher status she is a qualified assistant medical nurse and a football coach and has over 10 yearsa€™ experience working with children ages 0 a€“ 12 in primary schools and Early Years settings in UK and in Spain. She graduated from University of Las Palmas de Gran Canarias gaining a degree in Primary Education. We pride with the level of the knowledge and expertise our staff show: they all have Qualified Teacher Status and have significant experience in similar settings in Spain and UK.
We consider continuous professional training vital to improving the quality of our services and all our staff attend regular relevant training. Before a child starts, a key person will be appointed from the group in which they are based. Parents and carers can contact the staff at any time to discuss any issues related to their child or their family. We accept that as a newly formed nursery there are areas in which we need to improve, particularly in relation to the planning of the curriculum activities. The food is prepared fresh onsite by our chef who has appropriate qualifications and experience and we ensure that only the best is available for our children. We are happy to invite parents to have lunch with us and the children; just let us know when you want to come so we can make arrangements. With this in mind, the Directors and Advisory Committee of The Spanish Nursery would like to ask for your kind donations of gifts for the women (and children) of the Maya Centre.
But Georgia has other plans and would like to consider becoming an actress or an architect.
But, unlike most teenagers, Jazz and her mother are living with a rare and undiagnosed form of dwarfism. Baby Beauty Queens follows several children eager to shine, looking at the preparation, self-confidence, bravery and talent needed to succeed on the pageant scene and in the modelling industry, and at the costs and benefits to children and their parents – both emotionally and financially.
In this film Alice sets off on a journey to meet these different men from her childhood, in the hope of discovering what it really means to be a dad. Jeff believes that despite his disability Spencer is capable of living a much more active and fulfilling life. Jeff wants to push his brother to make some real changes in his life – but will Jeff’s tough love prove too much for their already fragile relationship?
It will be produced by Nana Hughes (Comedy Live Presents: Russell Brand, Friday Night Project) and the team behind hit comedy Miranda, executive produced by Jo Sargent (Miranda and Coming Of Age). Alex is an Emo, George likes playing computer games and James likes dancing – he is, in fact, a champion disco dancer.
The critically-acclaimed drama will also be back for a third series which sees the housemates relocate from their current home in Bristol to Wales – a move triggered by events in the dramatic climax of the second series. FactualBBC Three remains the only digital channel to tackle serious issues for young viewers and the channel goes one step further this year with a range of fresh, new projects.
He also chairs a BBC Three audience debate tackling a wide range of issues including why debt is dangerous. The Spanish Sisters of Charity Day Nursery closed its doors in July 2012 as the Sisters returned to Spain to continue their mission to help others in need. As an independent consultant and qualified teacher, Carmen was contracted as an academic tutor to bring her front line and practical experience to teaching, to device and deliver Child Protection modules for Early Years practitioners who complete their Early Years Degree at London Metropolitan University.
The objectives of the company are defined in the Business Plan and emphasised in the Annual General Meeting. The children, staff and parents find her approachable and she is never too busy to devote time to ensure that the children are happy and have a positive experience in our care. She is also Technician in Socio Cultural Animation and gained Qualified Teacher Status in UK. The key person ensures that the child's care needs (toileting, food, drink etc) are met on a daily basis, that they have equal access and are fully included within the Centre. We wish to assure you that we will continue to focus on the happiness and wellbeing of the children in our care and we are committed to address the areas of improvement identified in the report.
The Spanish Nursery and Children's Centre for Culture and Language was opened in recognition of their amazing work and with the desire to continue their incredible service to children and their families.
Aliette is an entrepreneur and has business management experience, having successfully opened a number of companies both in UK and US. Marta has a Degree in Pedagogy and is NVQ level 3 qualified, amongst other relevant qualification in Child Care and Child development field. The key person carries out regular observations on the child which forms part of their individual Achievement Report to ensure they are developing appropriately. Parents are invited to share their particular skill or interest with our children, like reading books, joining us for weekly library trips, doing photo workshop, etc. She has experience working with children who have Attention Deficit Disorder (with or without the hyperactive element) and is a trained in Special Educational Needs of young children.

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