CYP Now top 10 stories September 2018

By Neil Puffett

| 28 September 2018

With MPs returning from their summer break and local authorities beginning preparations for next year's budgets, it has been a busy month in the sector. Here is a run-down of the most-read stories published on the CYP Now website in September.

1. Health visitors 'quitting over fears they are unable to protect children'

 

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2. Councils plan £900m of cuts including children's services and early years




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3. Council to close 46 children's centres and encourage community-run services

 

 




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4. Zahawi: Government taking action to reduce number of children in care










 



5. DfE 'encouraging councils to shirk legal duties'














6. Quality early years provision 'leads to fewer emotional difficulties'













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7. Ofsted relaxes inspections for struggling 'inadequate' councils















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8. Struggling council outlines major cuts to early help and youth services















9. DfE to fund 'family holidays' in bid to reduce numbers of children in care















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10. Ofsted criticises partner agencies for unnecessary child protection referrals

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