CYP Now top 10 stories September 2018

Neil Puffett
Friday, September 28, 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'







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

 hildcare minister lizabeth russ has said the government is reviewing the way is collects and publishes data on the number of childrens centres mage  


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





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'


7. Ofsted relaxes inspections for struggling 'inadequate' councils


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


10. Ofsted criticises partner agencies for unnecessary child protection referrals

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