Children & Young People Now publishes expanded monthly magazine

By CYP Now reporter

| 11 April 2017

CYP Now has today launched a bigger, more substantial magazine with new sections and resources, and a fresh new look as we make the transition from fortnightly to monthly frequency.

The magazine contains a wealth of in-depth articles to support the professional development and day-to-day practice of everyone striving to improve outcomes for children.

The April edition, out today, includes:
 
The art of commissioning: First in a regular series on commissioning support across children and young people's services
 
Co-production and Participation: What does real service user participation look like across children's services? Special report with research evidence and case studies of co-designed support
 
Working with business: Top tips on forging effective partnerships, with Groundwork chief executive Graham Duxbury
 
Spotlight on Sheffield: Our first in a regular series of "local spotlights"
 
Brexit: Charity leaders highlight the ramifications for children's rights, safeguarding and poverty
 
Sexting: As Home Office guidance is published for professionals, what can youth workers do to prevent young people sexting?
 
Inside the Pendlebury PRU: We visit the pupil referral unit in Stockport to see why Ofsted has rated it consistently "outstanding"
 
You can see the full contents of the current edition here.

Subscribe to Children & Young People Now to receive the fortnightly magazine, supplements and complete access to all content online.

 

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