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By Paul Ennals |
29 May 2018
Who wants to talk about public sector restructuring? What, nobody?
By Jacky Tiotto |
27 February 2018
Ofsted's new children's services inspection arrangements place far greater emphasis than the previous regime on leaders' self assessing what we do and why.
By Kathy Evans |
31 October 2017
Over recent months there has been a big head of steam building to put pressure on the government to tackle the children's services funding crisis in the next Budget.
29 August 2017
When we think about our priorities for keeping vulnerable children safe, most of the time our minds turn to topics such as child protection services, thresholds, or child sexual exploitation.
Uncertainty is an accepted feature of both Quantum physics and the protection of children from harm or the risk of harm.
By Derren Hayes |
14 February 2017
From September, the education services grant (ESG), used by councils to fund school-based additional learning support for disadvantaged groups of pupils, will be scrapped.
By John Freeman |
31 January 2017
By Michael Bracey |
03 January 2017
If you were hoping that the new year would see in some new funding for the children's sector, then maybe you should look away now.
02 August 2016
Rarely has the effect of a change in policy and practice been so evident as that seen in the youth justice system over recent years.
By Anna Feuchtwang |
19 July 2016
Forensically inquisitive - that is how the Department for Education aptly describes the vigilance to risk required of social workers in Putting Children First, its vision for children's social care.
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