In Depth

More cash to support SEN plans

Extra funding alone will not improve the transfer of SEN children to integrated care plans, warn campaigners.

The implications of the Spending Review on services for children

Measures announced in the Chancellor's Spending Review will result in core funding for councils falling 24 per cent in real terms over the next four years. How will this affect children, young people and their families?

Children's workforce guide to training and qualifications

Qualification requirements and training provision for working with children and young people is continuously adapting in line with changes in policy and practice. Charlotte Goddard provides a comprehensive overview.

Funding cuts lead councils to seek new ways of delivering youth work

A new round of government funding through the Delivering Differently for Young People programme will aim to help more local authorities develop effective models of providing youth services at a reduced cost

Legal Update: Caring for refugee children

Kamena Dorling, policy and programmes manager at Coram Children's Legal Centre, examines the UK government's response to the refugee crisis and foster care provision for refugee children.




Research Report: Bullying - Evidence...

This research was designed to examine trends in bullying by analysing interviews...