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Residential care, Germany

The German economy is among the biggest in the world. The national unemployment rate stands at around five per cent, but there are significant variations between different areas, with jobless figures higher in eastern Germany.

Folk High Schools, Sweden

In 2015, Sweden received 35,369 unaccompanied minors seeking asylum. This was two-and-a-half times the number received in Germany that year and five times the number in 2014.

Mulberry Bush: Building the Burrow

Residential special school Mulberry Bush is opening a new year-round unit to care for children who do not have families to return to during school holidays. Tom de Castella visits the specialist facility.

Pathways children's home

Pathways is a nine-place children's home in Cornwall that cares for young people aged five to 18 with emotional, behavioural or learning difficulties

The Mulberry Bush School

Residential school that caters for troubled children has introduced methods that focus on helping children express their feelings and come to terms with past trauma.

Cross-Regional Project

Seven-year contract between residential child care provider Keys Group and six neighbouring authorities to provide therapeutic residential care and education for 11- to 18-year-olds with complex emotional and behavioural difficulties

Inspections Clinic: Inspecting stability

Ensuring looked-after children have a stable care placement, social worker and school place is vital to good outcomes, so Ofsted places great emphasis on stability when it inspects children's services, writes Jo Stephenson.

No Wrong Door

North Yorkshire Council creates children's home "hubs", offering specialist professionals, outreach work, foster care and supported accommodation.

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