Use of special guardianship orders continues to rise

Neil Puffett
Thursday, October 1, 2015

The number of children being made subject to special guardianship orders (SGOs) is continuing to rise, government figures have shown.

The Department for Education is currently conducting a review into the use of special guardianship orders. Picture: Janaki Mahadevan
The Department for Education is currently conducting a review into the use of special guardianship orders. Picture: Janaki Mahadevan

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