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How Greenhill Village Pre-school has gone from "good" to "outstanding".

Tudor House, Brighton and Hove, short break provision, inspected December 2014.

Skills for the Job: Protect your online reputation

By Hannah Broadbent |

03 March 2015

Balancing personal and professional digital lives can be a complex challenge that is increasingly important for children's professionals.

In a bid to tackle youth crime in London, the London Premier League Kicks scheme was set up to keep young people off the streets and out of gangs.

Ask the Experts: Bereavement, YOI education support, youth work news project and spring in the nursery

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

03 March 2015

Our panel offers advice on helping bereaved children, education support in YOIs, a youth work news project and celebrating spring.

Skills for the Job: Tackling disability prejudice

By Nicky Goulder |

17 February 2015

Children's professionals must recognise all forms of disability prejudice so that they can effectively tackle it.

Ask The Experts: Nursery medicine, CSE concerns, council help for academies and youth film nights

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

17 February 2015

Our panel offers advice on drugs in nursery settings, addressing CSE concerns, council help for academies and youth club film nights.

Guide helps foster better awareness of pet benefits

By Adam Offord |

17 February 2015

Following uncertainty by children's services into whether looked-after children should be cared for in homes where pets are kept, a fostering expert has put together a guide to help councils develop more animal-friendly policies.

Skills for the Job: Effective time management

By Amy Norris |

03 February 2015

Good time management in children's services is essential for busy children's professionals to maximise their effectiveness.

Youth zone operator OnSide secured funding to put 170 of its young members through a six-week employment course and help link them up with apprenticeship opportunities at local employers.