Education Noticeboard - 25 April 2024

Welcome to the Education Noticeboard. A round-up of news, guidance and key updates for education settings. Included in this update:


Directors Update

Dear Colleagues,

A full Education Noticeboard for you this week. To start thing’s off, I am delighted to report that the next tranche of the Young Persons Grant scheme has now been launched, and if you know of any young person that would benefit from the scheme please encourage them to apply.

There are also a number of updates from the virtual school, including information about their annual conference. This is a great event and I would encourage to sign up for this.

It’s also good to see that the Telford Skills show was rated as outstanding, with over 1,200 students in attendance.

Included there are also a number of new training opportunities which are now available for your personal development.

I would also like to encourage you to encourage you all to take part in the Walk to school week between 20-24 May 2024

Wishing you all a great rest of the week,


Simon Wellman

Director: Education & Skills

Young Persons Grant Scheme

Do you know someone aged 15-25? Could £500 change their future? Tell them about the Young Persons Grant 2024.

Open to local residents, the grant offers up to £500 to help with education, employment or training.

Find out more and start an online application at

The Leader and Cabinet Members Young Person Grant Scheme 2024 runs from 15 March 2024 to 5pm on 24 May 2024.

Telford & Wrekin Launches all Age Carers Strategy Consulatation 

Telford & Wrekin Council have launched the All Age Carers Strategy consultation, asking carers of all ages to share their feedback on the draft five year plan for services and support across the borough.

To take part in the consultation, local carers of any age can visit the council’s website or request a paper copy or alternative accessible formats of the survey by emailing or calling 01952 380536 (Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm).

The consultation period will run for nine weeks, finishing on Friday 21 June 2024 at 5pm.

The consultation process will invite carers of all ages to share their experiences, insights, and recommendations so that local services can cater to their needs. By working with carers to develop the All Age Carers Strategy, the council and its partners - Telford and Wrekin CVS, Telford & Wrekin All Age Carers Centre, NHS Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin, and Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin Integrated Care System – aim to foster a collaborative approach that reflects the diverse perspectives and priorities of the local carer community.

Cllr Paul Watling, Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Health Systems, said: “1 in 10 of the borough’s population - roughly 18,000 people - reported that they were providing unpaid care in 2021, a higher proportion than the national and regional averages.

“Carers play a crucial role in the social care system by providing essential support to their loved ones. It's essential that we continue to collaborate with partners and local organisations to ensure effective support for carers.

“With this in mind, we need a strategy that identifies areas important to carers, ensuring resources are used where carers of all ages need them the most. This consultation will give carers the opportunity to tell us how we can help make a positive difference to their lives.”

Cllr Shirley Reynolds, Cabinet Member for Early Years, Children and Young People, commented: “We recognise that carers in Telford and Wrekin can be of any age - both children and adults.

“Throughout the consultation, we will work with carers to influence, shape and design the support that they need, ensuring support is accessible, affordable, varied and reaching communities where it is most needed.

“No matter your age, your feedback is important and appreciated to help us create the right path forward for carers across the borough.”

Cllr Kelly Middleton, Cabinet Member for Healthy, Safer & Stronger Communities and Partnerships, said: “Prevention and early intervention are key factors to help avoid the need for care and support.

"This involves offering information and guidance, assisting with mental health and well-being, advocating for healthy and active lifestyles, and alleviating loneliness and isolation.

“By using your feedback, we can make sure that the All Age Carers Strategy sets out a positive action plan that has carers’ wellbeing right at the heart of everything we do.”

Cllr Shaun Davies visits Old Park Primary School

The leader of the Council, Councillor Shaun Davies was invited to Old Park Primary School in Malinslee last week. During the visit Shaun met with headteacher Mr Foster along with school children to see how the school had used some local community grant funding to put the finishing touches to their brand-new school library, by purchasing  new books.

An opportunity to put Education in Telford under the spotlight

An opportunity to assess where we are today in children and people of all ages in Telford and Wrekin maximising capability and control over their lives.

This event will be  on Tuesday 30th April 2024 online between 10am and 12pm.

The Lloyds Bank Foundation, working alongside Telford and Wrekin partners, are providing a free opportunity to assess where we are today with regards to children and people of all ages in Telford and Wrekin maximising capability and control over their lives.

As we know there are people and organisations that are already working to improve aspiration or develop skills to further opportunity for everyone (all ages) in the borough, but how are they meeting those aims? What more do they need?   In addition, we know that working in partnership is a vision of many organisations within the education sector, but are they meeting those objectives? This event provides direction to work together across sectors and alongside those impacted upon or benefiting from change to raise aspiration and opportunity.

This free event provides an opportunity to understand this local eco system in Telford and Wrekin reaching the goal of everyone having the opportunity to reach their capability and take control over their lives. By assessing current activity against a Maturity Model, providing a chance to discuss where we currently are as a borough in driving Aspiration: Unlocking Potential. The event can also help us understand who is doing what, the learning from it, how does the work align with other activity and opportunities to collaborate, who needs further assistance, funding or support. The model will assist in establishing and designing what next and how we can measure our long-term progression as an Alliance in unlocking potential in education.  

To read more or to register go to

Autumn Term Leadership Networking Event 

An opportunity to book a place for this important event, taking place Wednesday

Telford & Wrekin Education Strategic Partnership Board, a collaboration between education leaders in Telford and Wrekin and the Local Authority, is holding an Autumn Term Leadership Briefing and Networking Event, Wednesday 23 October 2024 from 9am to 1pm, including lunch. 

The event is for Headteachers and CEOs of all schools across Telford & Wrekin and follows on from the success of the Annual Leadership Conference held on 12 October 2023. 

During the morning there will be a full data presentation on the performance of our schools across the Borough - to look at trends over time, including achievement, SEND, CiC, Fairshare and suspensions – and will help to focus a strategic discussion on a range of issues challenging our schools.

Additionally, there will be an inspiring session with a key note speaker, as well as the opportunity for you to meet with your clusters to discuss your priorities for the 2024-25 academic year and network with other delegates in attendance. 

The delegate fee for this event remains unchanged from 2023 at £60 per person, with a discounted offer of £100 for two delegates from the same school, with lunch included! 

Details of the central Telford venue will be sent with the joining instructions 10 days prior to the event.  Please note that we have priced this event to simply cover costs. 

The Board is delighted to welcome all Headteachers and CEOs to this event.  There is also space for Deputy Heads to attend too, but we ask that they only attend alongside their Headteacher, and not as a replacement. 

To secure your place/s please send a completed CPD booking form to as soon as possible.


Crucial Crew 2024 is being held between 24 June 2024 and 12 July 2024, excluding transition days.

Crucial Crew is back for the 29th year and booking is now OPEN.

Crucial Crew is a multi-agency partnership event aimed at Year 6 students designed to provide them with life skills and knowledge that will help to keep themselves and others safe, both now and in the future.

Crucial Crew aim to raise students awareness of important safety issues, encouraging them to think about their own and others safety and guiding them on what to do in a number of potentially unsafe situations.

Booking is now open until 10 May 2024, so complete the form by clicking on the


Telford & Wrekin Virtual School Update

Latest updates from Telford & Wrekin Virtual School

Virtual School Deputy Head:

This term, we are thrilled to welcome Luke Baker to our team as the Virtual School Deputy Head. Luke is an experienced school leader with a child-centred focus who shares with us the ambition to provide everything our young people need to succeed and thrive. Please see the message below from Luke:

“I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself. I am Luke Baker the new Deputy Head of the Virtual School. This is my first term in post and I am really looking forward to getting to know colleagues from across the borough and to continuing to develop the support that is provided by our team for the work, support and care that schools give to all of our young people.

This is the first time I have worked in Telford and Wrekin although I have lived here for over 25 years. I have previously worked in Shropshire, Cheshire, Walsall and most recently Staffordshire where I was Deputy Head of a Pupil Referral Unit.  Prior to that I worked in various mainstream secondary schools and academies where my roles included being a Headteacher, a consultant Headteacher and a Designated Teacher, a role I continued in my time at the PRU.  In all these roles I have sought to maintain a strong focus on the needs of the children I work with and to support colleagues to do the same. I know this is an obvious priority for anyone who works in schools, but I am also aware that there are many competing pressures in modern schools that can all too easily distract us from this fundamental role.  My aim is to ensure that the support I and the rest of the Virtual School team offers enables the very best provision for the young people we work with, placing them at the heart of everything we do.”

Conference – Friday 7th June – Mercure Hotel

This term we are really excited to be hosting our annual Designated Teacher and Nominated Governor Conference. If you have not signed up yet or would like to sign up another colleague or governor, please send the booking form attached to

Remember that ppg+ money can be used to fund training for staff.

Attachment and Trauma Training

We offer free attachment and trauma training to all T&W schools, please see the attached flyer for details and for costs for out of borough schools or visit our website to find out more:

ARC Accreditation:

By the end of the year, over 80% of our in-borough schools are on course to become accredited Attachment and Trauma schools via the Attachment Research Community. If you would like your school to be considered for the Attachment Research Community Accreditation scheme, then please send any evidence to our CPD Strategic Lead or upload evidence via the ARC website:

Details of the criteria can be found via our website:

Trauma Informed Practice Flyer

Virtual School Conference Flyer

Virtual School Booking Form

Bespoke Training Flyer

Relational Approaches To Education - A Common Terminology

The Attachment Research Community has produced a common terminology around relational approaches to education.

This document sets out a common terminology for organisations who are developing or have embedded a relational approach to their practice to use.

The key terms which are outlined and explained in the document are:

Adverse Childhood Experiences

Attachment Aware

Emotion Coaching



Restorative Practice

Trauma Informed

Telford and Wrekin Virtual School offers free training in developing an Attachment and Trauma Informed / Relational Approach for all in-borough schools. To find out more or book a session, please contact us via and see the attached flyer for further details.

Trauma Informed  Practice Flyer

Relationship Approaches to Education

Free Online Courses for Adoptive & SGO Parents

Please share these free courses with parents who have an Adoption Order or Special Guardianship Orders (SGO)

Alongside other local Virtual Schools, we are delighted to offer bespoke training to our parents and carers of previously looked after children – please see T4C Summer Term 2024 Online Courses for Adoptive & SGO Parents for full details. There is no cost to attend.  All sessions are virtual and delivered via TEAMs.  Please can you share with parents at your school setting that you know have an adoption order or Special Guardianship Order (SGO). It would be great to see many Telford & Wrekin parents at these sessions and your help promoting them is really appreciated. Full details about how parents can book on are in the document.

For more information visit our website

T4C Summer Term Course


Extended Entitlement and Wraparound Expressions of Interest for Programme or Capital Funding

The Department for Education (DfE) has announced new capital funding to support early years and wraparound care providers to increase their physical space and offer more places.

We are seeking expressions of interest from schools and childcare providers who may have projects which they feel would meet the criteria and for which they would like to apply for funding through the grant

The Department for Education (DfE) has announced new capital funding to support early years and wraparound care providers to increase their physical space and offer more places. The funding is to support the roll out of the extended early entitlement offer for one- and two-year-olds, and to boost wraparound provision for primary school age children. Telford & Wrekin Council have been allocated a sum of £342,000.

This article is to seek expressions of interest from schools and childcare providers who may have projects which they feel would meet the criteria and for which they would like to apply for funding through the grant scheme.

An Expression of Interest form is linked below in the QR code/link.  Attached also is a copy of the briefing which was held on the 9 April 2024.

We expect high levels of interest in this funding and, whilst obviously keen to get the funding committed and spent as quickly as possible, we also want to manage expectations. We know there are many places across the borough where new provision is needed to meet the new entitlements and we are seeking to support several projects in a range of geographic areas.

The deadline for expressions of interest is midday on Friday 17 May 2024.

Please contact either Lisa Seymour, Stacy Picken or Louise Dutton if you would like to discuss your plans. Expressions of Interest will be acknowledged but will not be discussed any further with applicants until after the closing date.

Wraparound Funding - Expression of Interest (

Extended Entitlement - Expression of Interest (

Please also note the inbox is now live. 

Can we also please ask that funding emails be directed to the inbox to ensure you receive replies in a timely manner.

EY Funding and Wraparound Briefing

Childminder SENCO of the Year

Cindy Hayden was awarded Childminder SENDCO of the Year at the Best Practice SEND conference  in Birmingham, on the last day of the Spring term.

The Early Years team also provided two workshops at the conference and we are delivering the SENDCO L3 award for the last time as part of our income generation (in partnership with Best Practice Network)

Well done Cindy

Talking Time: free evidenced-based professional development to support nursery children’s oral language  

Early Years settings in Telford and Wrekin are being offered an opportunity to take part in Talking Time© as part of an Education-Endowment Foundation-funded research study

Talking Time© is a universal oral language programme for children aged 3-5 years, which includes evidence-based professional development for nursery staff. It supports Early Years practitioners to deliver engaging, structured small-group activities to children, and enhance their oral language through high-quality interactions and conversations. Talking Time© is designed to be used flexibly and adapted to suit individual children and settings.  Settings will receive training and mentoring to support implementation, and develop their early years team’s expertise in supporting early language. 

Talking Time© was developed by leading academics at the University of Oxford and UCL Institute of Education, working closely with speech and language therapists and early education professionals. It has been shown to enhance children’s oral language and staff practice in other research studies.   

Visit the Talking Time website to find out more about the programme and how to get involved:  

Or join a webinar to find out more. Click to register for the date which suits you or send us an email at

16 April, 10-10.45 

25 April 3:30-4:15 

1st May 10-10:45 

9 May 3:30-4:15

15 May 10-10:45

22 May 3:30-4:15

Future webinar dates will be posted on the website. 

The Telford Skills Show 2024 was outstanding

The Telford Skills Show gave people of all ages an insight into apprenticeship, employment, and training opportunities

2024 saw the return of the very successful Skills Show at The International Centre, Telford on Thursday 14th March. The event is the largest in the region and was put on to help promote apprenticeships, jobs and training opportunities to people across Telford & Wrekin and surrounding areas of Shropshire and the West Midlands. For 2024, the Show had a rebrand with some more modern graphics and a new title of The Telford Skills Show. This was based on feedback from the previous year where we were told the title was too long yet we needed to ensure it represented the full range of what was on offer.

The event was open from 12 midday to 7:00pm for schools and the general public and featured a wide range of training providers and businesses showcasing career opportunities. We opened at 11.30am for our young people with special educational needs, who prefer a quieter time and this was the busiest we have seen for this group. The event was free to anyone of any age who was interested inreceiving career advice from a host of businesses, local colleges and universities.

Telford & Wrekin Council worked with main event sponsors, which were The Careers & Enterprise Company, Integrated Care System (NHS Shropshire Telford and Wrekin), Telford College and Harper Adams University, to host the show.

The event was a huge success, with over 1200 students and 124 supporting staff/teachers attending, and 1950 people pre-registered to attend.

Read more about it on

CPD opportunities for Headteachers and PE Leads

Don’t miss the chance to book your place on the inaugural Whole School Physical Activity conference, or our latest Teacher of School Swimming course.

The inaugural ‘International Whole-School Physical Activity Conference’ will take place in Bradford this June (17-19).

Co-organised by the University of Bradford, Wolfson Centre for Applied Health Research & Yorkshire Sport Foundation, the conference is aimed at school leaders, teachers, education partners, policymakers and researchers,

and offers the opportunity to learn from leading school-based physical activity approaches from around the world.

Attendees can purchase tickets a two-day ticket (Tuesday 18 and Wednesday 19 June) at a rate of £250. For more information and to buy tickets, go to

For staff who deliver school swimming lessons, the Swim England Teacher of School Swimming course covers:

  • Planning and evaluating a school swimming programme
  • Creating, delivering and evaluating lessons plans in line with the National Curriculum
  • Understanding the technical aspects of the different strokes

Our latest course takes place at Much Wenlock Leisure Centre on Wednesday 1st May. Costing £99 per person, it is a blended course – 6 hours of online learning followed by one day of face to face poolside teaching. Book your place here.

For more resources and opportunities to help your pupils stay active, read more here:

Primary Half Term Highlights

Secondary Half Term Highlights


CPD courses to the end of May 2024

Further details of these and all other courses are available in the 2023-24 CPD booklet on the Telford Education Services website and on the Ollie website

The CPD Booklet for the remainder of the 2023-24 academic year can be viewed via Telford Education Services.

As always, courses can be booked by completing and returning a CPD booking form to (unless denoted differently)


St Giles' Trust SOS+ Training

Monday, April 29, 2024

10am to 11.30am

Promoting Cultural Diversity and Equality of Opportunity in EYFS  (CPD 606)

Tuesday, April 30, 2024

1pm to 3pm

Newly Appointed Designated Safeguarding Leads' Training (2 days) - part 1 (SG 102)

Wednesday, May 01, 2024

9.15am to 4pm

Supporting Behaviour and Learning - Children with ADHD / Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD) & Conduct Disorder (CD) (PSS 104)

Wednesday, May 01, 2024

4pm to 5.30pm

School Attendance Briefing Updates (AST 004)

Wednesday, May 01, 2024

4pm to 5.30pm

Newly Appointed Designated Safeguarding Leads' Training (2 days) - part 2 (SG 102)

Thursday, May 02, 2024

9.15am to 4pm

Meeting the Statutory Safeguarding and Welfare Requirements of the EYFS (EY 009)

Thursday, May 02, 2024

4pm to 5.30pm

Best practice in your breakfast, after-school and holiday provision (EY 104)

Thursday, May 02, 2024

9.15am to 12noon

Equality & Diversity: Meeting the OFSTED requirements of teaching of protected characteristics (CPD 728)

Tuesday, May 07, 2024

1.15pm to 4pm

Raising Awareness of Child Protection (SG 108)

Wednesday, May 08, 2024

3.30pm to 5pm

Safety Intervention Training (formerly MAPA training) - Part 1 - CPI accredited (BSAT 201)

Thursday, May 09, 2024

8.30am to 4pm

Raising Awareness of Prevent (SG 101)

Thursday, May 09, 2024

9.30am to 11am

Listen with Lucy (EY 023)

Thursday, May 09, 2024

1.15pm to 4pm

Let’s Get Expressive, Creative and Messy In The Outdoors (EY 344)

Tuesday, May 14, 2024

4pm to 5.30pm

Governors' Responsibilities for SEND

(LSAT 212)

Thursday, May 16, 2024

5pm to 7pm

Accredited Safer Recruitment Training

Thursday, May 16, 2024

9am to 4.30pm

EYFS Moderation Trialling (CPD 612)

Thursday, May 16, 2024

1pm to 4pm

Safety Intervention Training (formerly MAPA training) - Part 2 - CPI accredited (BSAT 201)

Thursday, May 16, 2024

2pm to 4.30pm

The Importance of the Early Years Foundation Stage in Schools (GO 603)

Tuesday, May 21, 2024

5.30pm to 7pm

Meeting the Needs of Pupils at Early Stages of English as an Additional Language (CPD 729)

Tuesday, May 21, 2024

1.15pm to 3.30pm

EAL and SEND? (CPD 601)

Wednesday, May 22, 2024

1.15pm to 4pm

Safeguarding Induction Training for Governors - part 1 (SG 103)

Wednesday, May 22, 2024

5.30pm to 7.30pm

Behaviour Support Intervention Refresher Training - Non-accredited (BSAT 302)

Thursday, May 23, 2024

8.45am to 12.30pm

School Attendance Surgery (AST 005)

Friday, May 24, 2024

10am to 12noon

Level 5 Certificate in Primary School Physical Education Specialism 2024-25

Expressions of interest needed by 24 May 2024 for this primary school physical education qualification for primary school staff

What is the Level 5 qualification?

A bespoke primary school physical education qualification for primary ‘school staff’ (PE Coordinators, teachers and/ or teaching assistants with a sporting bias) developed by the Association for Physical Education (AfPE) and Sports Leaders UK.

Please note: Due to the pitch of the course (Level 5; equivalent to foundation degree) and the nature of the content, this course is predominantly targeting current practitioners, preferably with QTS status.


Much has been stated about the importance of the current physical education and school sport premium funding and the ability of schools to not only evidence actions but also show sustainable impact. This qualification is an ideal vehicle for demonstrating an investment in the improvement of teaching in physical education as well as upskilling current staff.


The qualification enables delegates to understand the requirements of the primary school physical education curriculum. They will acquire the knowledge and skills that underpin 'good or better' teaching and learning within primary school physical education. Candidates will also review and evaluate the PE, physical activity and sport programme at their host school, identifying potential ways to improve policy and practice.

Tutors/ Assessors

The tutor, Chris Jew, is an experienced physical education specialist, known and regarded across the county. His background is in the leading of Physical Education, being the leader of a School Sport Partnership and a current School Games Organiser for East Shropshire. This will be his ninth year of delivery of this course.  To date over 55 delegates have successfully completed the course


The average learning time for this qualification is 141 hours. This is broken down as follows:

  • 6 days attendance at a Shropshire based delivery centre. (42 Guided Learning Hours). This is provisionally equally mapped across the three terms during the academic year 2023/24. The initial session is planned for October.
  • In-school development work (99 nominal hours). This will involve a series of assessment tasks to be completed by the delegate via a portfolio of evidence. There will be at least one external assessment of teaching a ‘good or better’ physical education lesson.


  • School: The release of staff for 6 days throughout the academic year. The ability for SLT to support and mentor, where appropriate, allowing opportunities/ time for the delegate to apply skills and knowledge within the school day.
  • Delegate: An understanding of the need to meet the nominal required guided learning hours, to complete all assessment tasks and to be proactive in further developing knowledge and skills at their home school.


The total delegate cost, including course fees to Sports Leaders UK (£200), is £1300 per delegate. This covers the delivery days, internal verification and the external assessment and remote support via the course tutors/ leaders.


All delegates will be internally verified by Trusted Sports’ Alliance staff and externally verified via the awarding body and on successful completion of this qualification delegates will be able to assist and develop the raising of standards within primary school physical education teaching.

Awareness Raising

At this initial stage my aim is to continue raising awareness and to gauge potential interest from local primary schools in Telford & Wrekin as we look to recruit for the seventh year of delivery. Feedback from current delegates is that the course is both demanding and challenging yet on completion allows for a step change in the delivery of high quality PE.

Application Timeline

By 24 May 2024: An expression of interest is currently being sought. To register or confirm interest please email Chris Jew, by return, stating candidate’s name and home school.

September 2024: Candidates will then be asked to enrol on the course before the end of the first half-term in autumn so all is ready for the initial October delivery date.


Recycling Collection Services from Telford & Wrekin Council – are you taking part?

Did you know that Telford & Wrekin Council offers schools a fortnightly recycling collection service for paper, card, cans, glass and plastic and a weekly food waste recycling collection service?  

The recycling collection service for schools is delivered through the Veolia Household Waste Service contract and working with the Telford & Wrekin Education Services Team. 

The collection service mirror the household recycling collection service in Telford and Wrekin and is therefore familiar to pupils and staff who live in the borough.  

We offer a range of container sizes for cans, glass and plastic to be recycled and also paper and card. We can offer wheelie bins to recycle food waste and can supply bags and indoor caddies to be used inside (and then decanted into containers for emptying).  

The charges are based per container and they are kept as low as possible – just to cover the cost impact to the council. As well as choosing recycling services for environmental benefit, the cost of recycling may well be offset by a reduction in the amount of rubbish which needs to be collected

Flyer for recycling in school


Walk to School Week 

Discover the magic of walking with Walk to School Week 2024. Join the fun with this year’s magical theme!

This year Walk to School Week  is 20th - 24th May 2024

Did you know May is National Walking Month? What better way to celebrate than by encouraging pupils to take part in Living Streets Walk to School Week!

This five-day walking challenge is a great way to raise awareness of the importance of active travel and promote behaviour change. We recognise some pupils have to drive to school, and they can still take part by parking a bit further away from school and walking/wheeling the rest of the way.

This year’s challenge is all about the magic of walking and is set to grab pupils imagination by meeting magical beings on each day of the challenge.

Day one – The Magic of Nature: children will learn about the importance of sustainability and the positive impact walking to school can have on the environment.

Day two – The Magic of Movement: teaches the children about the magical impact exercise can have on our health and bodies.

Day three – The Magic of Happiness: pupils learn how walking and wheeling is a great way to boost moral and arrive at school ready to learn and feeling happy.

Day four – The Magic of Friendship: providing an opportunity to spend time with family and friends, walking to school is also a great way to make new friends and have a chat along the way!

Day Five – The Magic of Community: walking or wheeling to school gives pupils a unique view into their community, the role they play in it and the opportunity to get to know their surroundings.

If you would like to take part in the challenge please email me to register your schools interest: and I can provide you with more information and various resources.

A link to Living Streets website is here: Walk to School Week (


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