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Moving on from domestic abuse

The latest in a series about emerging safeguarding practice looks at how an NSPCC programme supports mothers and their children who have been victims of domestic abuse to move on together.

Groundbreaking course paves way for 40 years in social work

In 1978, graduates from the University of Bradford applied social studies course set out on their careers. They went on to be leaders in children's services, inspectorates, NHS services and in developing international welfare systems. Four of the Class of '78 reflect on how their training prepared them for social work practice and whether what they learned is still relevant today.

Brighter Futures, Ealing Council

Pilot aimed to prevent placement and family breakdown among older children in and on the edge of care by developing social workers' skills to build trusting, consistent relationships with them.

How creativity boosts confidence

Research suggests more than a third of children and young people with a learning disability have a mental health problem and many find it harder than average to make friends.