In the new issue of CYP Now: Social work agencies; Trauma-informed services; Future Roots programme

Derren Hayes
Thursday, July 28, 2022

The August edition of Children & Young People Now is packed with useful and thought-provoking articles on how to improve your practice supporting children, young people and families.

Cover picture: Future Roots
Cover picture: Future Roots

Top reads this month include:

  • Four-page investigation into the increasing use of agency social work teams and the impact this is having on council budgets and outcomes for children

  • Children’s services leaders in Doncaster reflect on the benefits and drawbacks of the independent trust model as social care services revert to council control

  • Naomi Hulston – who has spent 21 years fulfilling 14 roles at Catch22 – sets out her plans for the social business following her appointment as chief executive

  • How Future Roots gives children who struggle to cope in school the chance to learn and develop through its farming programme

  • Early Years Alliance chief executive Neil Leitch sets out why childcare professionals should have the same status as teachers

Useful practice articles include:

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