The number of families accessing early help from the charity Barnardo's in children's centres has halved over the last two years.
School pupils have called for regular lessons surrounding online sexual harm from outside agencies rather than their teachers, a new report from the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) shows.
Local authority leaders discussed how they are using contextual safeguarding approaches to improve young people's safety outside the home, at a CYP Now debate in partnership with Servelec.
Health visitors have welcomed a Labour Party pledge to increase the number of health visitors and school nurses by 4,800.
The number of new care applications for children being dealt with by the courts is continuing to fall, according to official figures.
As children's services mark the 30th anniversary of the Children Act 1989, key figures from across the sector reflect on the impact the legislation has had and identify emerging threats to its core principles.
The Department for Education has refused to publish how it calculated its funding rates for the 30 hours childcare offer despite an order by the information commissioner, according to campaigners.
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Pioneered by Dr Carlene Firmin at the University of Bedfordshire, Contextual Safeguarding as an...