Ofsted highlights value of youth work in social care

Neil Puffett
Monday, November 9, 2015

Ofsted has stressed the value of local authority children's services departments utilising youth workers in social work, suggesting that councils should consider the approach to improve outcomes.

Youth workers have been placed in “social work pods” in Windsor and Maidenhead to improve outcomes for young people. Picture: Tom Campbell
Youth workers have been placed in “social work pods” in Windsor and Maidenhead to improve outcomes for young people. Picture: Tom Campbell

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