In September's CYP Now: Early help, qualifications and training guide and two-year-olds' funded childcare

By CYP Now

| 28 August 2019

In the latest edition of CYP Now, how local authorities are facing the challenge to invest in prevention services in the face of rising demand.

A 12-page special report examines all the latest policy, practice and research on early help.

Practice examples include an employability programme for teenagers struggling in education; a partnership in Coventry taking early action to tackle problems; Lincolnshire's early help strategy that cuts across all services; and a multi-agency early intervention service for pre-school children and their families in Manchester.

CYP Now's 17-page Children's Workforce Qualifications and Training Guide details entry-level requirements and training opportunities for the entire children and young people's workforce.

CYP Now Awards 2019 - We unveil the shortlist.

Also in the September edition:

  • Early years - As take-up of funded childcare for two-year-olds falls, how can the sector reinvigorate the market? 
  • Youth justice - Locating police in schools could help solve rise in youth violence, say experts 
  • Youth work - The importance of IT system in protecting the details of young people taking part in the National Citizen Service
  • Health - Why the "allostatic load" on children caused by chronic stress is a major health problem 
  • Education - How a school's use of "restorative justice" to address a pupil's behaviour missed the mark 
  • Social care - Analysis on what the Stability Index tells us about the lives of looked-after children 

You can see the full contents of the current edition here

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