Local services will be judged on how they respond jointly to children's mental ill health in new themed area inspections, Ofsted has announced.
Recent guidance aims to help youth justice practitioners to improve how they support young offenders to deal with grief and bereavement.
Consistent standards and expectations are key to ensuring social work supervision helps improve outcomes for children and is recognised by inspectors, Ofsted's Yvette Stanley tells Jo Stephenson.
Youth Justice Board chair Charlie Taylor says slimmed-down national standards reflect a more mature youth justice system that needs the freedom to innovate to improve the lives of the most vulnerable young offenders.
The manager of a residential setting for children with disabilities tells Jo Stephenson how it has built a culture of continuous improvement while achieving a decade of "outstanding" Ofsted ratings.
National knife crime summit offers the chance to extend the best local practice, says youth work leader.
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