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Adverse Childhood Experiences: Policy context

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  • Tuesday, September 29, 2020
The basis for much of the work in the UK and internationally on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) is drawn from a 1997 US study by CDC Kaiser on childhood traumas. This study identified a list of 10 ACEs that then formed the basis for a questionnaire used by researchers as a screening tool to assess the impact of childhood trauma on adults.

Inspections Clinic - Workforce stability Q&A

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  • Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Research highlights the link between a stable workforce and better outcomes for children. Ofsted’s Yvette Stanley tells Jo Stephenson how it is assessing workforce stability across children’s social care services

Research - Report: Care-experienced Young People and Higher Education

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  • Tuesday, July 28, 2020
In the UK, children and young people who have been in care are significantly less likely to progress into higher education. Researchers from Cardiff University’s Children’s Social Care Research and Development Centre (Cascade) set out to explore the expectations of young people in care when it came to higher education and how expectations change over time.

How I Got Here - Jade Swain-Veneziale

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  • Thursday, May 28, 2020
I first started attending my local children’s centre when I became a mum in April 2015. I had health complications following the birth of my daughter, and because I have no family close by and at the time I was in an unstable marriage, I felt very unsupported and isolated. I was desperate for somewhere to go where I could find advice, support and comfort and where I could also feel safe.

Policy: Commissioning – Placement Planning

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  • Thursday, May 28, 2020
How local authority children’s services commissioners ensure sufficient high-quality placements for vulnerable children while navigating a complex series of social, political and financial pressures

Inspections Clinic - Ofsted’s Covid-19 response

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  • Wednesday, May 27, 2020
Ofsted’s national director for social care Yvette Stanley answers 10 key questions about what steps the regulator is taking to keep children and staff safe during the Covid-19 outbreak. By Jo Stephenson

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