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Addressing political literacy in schools

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  • Friday, November 19, 2021
“Recent tragic events, such as the Liverpool Women’s Hospital terrorist attack and the murders of MPs David Amess and Jo Cox, clearly show that young people are entering a political climate of intolerance and violence.

Valuing and thanking our school governors

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  • Friday, November 19, 2021
I read an Ofsted report in the spring which praised a secondary school for its actions in sending a van to nearby housing estates when school children were at home as a result of Covid.

The urgent need to tackle growing children’s mental health emergency

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  • Friday, November 19, 2021
Beth Thomas had serious mental health problems as a child and teenager, she now leads a mentoring scheme at the Social Enterprise, Our Place Support in the West Midlands. She uses her insights to inspire and support others who’ve experienced trauma and issues with their mental health.

How the arts care for care-experienced young people

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  • Monday, November 15, 2021
Back in 2018, Derby Theatre began working with Alex Nunn, Professor of Global Political Economy and Social Policy at the University of Derby, on a range of social research projects, one of which was Derby Theatre’s Plus One scheme.

A new partnership with local government leaders

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  • Friday, November 12, 2021
While debate and discussion around system change in the child welfare system often gravitates towards Westminster and Whitehall - in local government, political leaders are driving the agenda in their local child welfare system.

Time to level all the way up

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  • Friday, October 29, 2021
The Chancellor had some tough decisions to make to drive the government’s Levelling Up agenda and prepare the country for a post-Covid “age of optimism”.

Co-created serious youth violence animation

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  • Monday, October 25, 2021
Researchers at the Manchester Centre for Youth Studies have co-created - with justice-involved children - a short animation to help facilitate discussion around adverse childhood experiences and serious youth violence.

NCERCC responds to The Case for Change: Your Feedback

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  • Friday, October 15, 2021
Having a focus on residential child care, National Centre for Excellence in Residential Child Care (NCERCC) responds solely to the section "What changes do we need to make to ensure we have the right homes in the right places with the right support? What should the role of residential care be in future?"