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Skills for the Job: How to cope with bereavement

By Fiona Pienaar |

28 April 2015

Bereaved children can struggle to come to terms with their loss, but the right support can help them make sense of death.

Skills for the Job: Tackling child-on-parent violence

By Hugh Thornbery |

14 April 2015

Abuse of parents by children is a common occurrence, but skilled help and support is available and includes therapeutic interventions.

School-Home Support works in partnership with schools to improve the attainment of vulnerable children by engaging with families and communities, and dealing with the root cause of poor attendance and behaviour.

Ask the Experts: Share best practice with others

By Jeanie Lynch, Tracie Trimmer-Platman, Peter Lewis and June O'Sullivan |

14 April 2015

Our panel offers advice on sharing good practice, supporting vulnerable young people, art in nursery schools and tackling extremism.

Reach, Stoke-on-Trent; pupil referral unit inspection; March 2014

With legal aid becoming more difficult to obtain, it is vital that vulnerable children and young people receive accurate advice.

The Adoptables, a group of adopted young people, have helped design a First4Adoption webpage with tips and advice for people who are considering adoption.

Fetcham Village Pre-school, Surrey - Early years inspection - January 2015

Our panel offers advice on growing vegetables, telling stories of abuse, learning from mistakes and help for Eastern European children.

Following a successful pilot project in the North West, a support service for young cancer patients that focuses on their social and emotional needs during and after treatment is to be launched nationally.