Family Justice Council: Interim Guidance on Special Guardianship published

Source: Family Justice Council: Interim Guidance on Special Guardianship | Originally posted 24 May 2019 |News This interim guidance is issued by the Family Justice Council with the approval of the Sir Andrew McFarlane, President of the Family Division, in response to some of the issues identified in Re P-S (Children) [2018] EWCA Civ 1407. Its primary … Continue reading Family Justice Council: Interim Guidance on Special Guardianship published

New Ofsted research: good decisions for looked after children | Yvette Stanley

Posted by: Yvette Stanley, Ofsted's National Director for Social Care. First posted on: 21 May 2019. Source: Ofsted    Over the coming months, Ofsted will examine decision-making processes for looked after children - looking at what contributes to good decisions for children in care or on the edge of care, including decisions about where they … Continue reading New Ofsted research: good decisions for looked after children | Yvette Stanley

View from the President’s Chambers | #PublicLaw | May 2019

Source: Reports and Reviews | Family View from the President’s Chambers By publishing a written overview, my aim is for this to be available at the same time to anyone and everyone who is interested in Family Justice, whether or not they may attend any of the events that I have mentioned. I therefore intend … Continue reading View from the President’s Chambers | #PublicLaw | May 2019

Targeted resources to help tackle bullying

All Together: whole school anti-bullying programme NIROMP would like to see all Schools signed up ABA's All Together programme. A whole-school anti-bullying programme, it is offered free to schools across England. It is mainly based online and involves: access to the All Together Online Hub, an online platform through which schools are able to audit … Continue reading Targeted resources to help tackle bullying

Spread the word: Foster Care Fortnight 2019, 13-26 May #changeafuture #FCF19

NIROMP are keen that we join together in celebration of Foster Care Fortnight 2019 – a chance to recognise the brilliant work so many foster carers do. One of the aims of Foster Care Fortnight 2019 (#FCF19) is to raise the profile of fostering and the difference foster carers can have on a child’s life. … Continue reading Spread the word: Foster Care Fortnight 2019, 13-26 May #changeafuture #FCF19

Empowering BME social workers to climb up the ladder @BASW_UK @ProsperaTedam

ZUKSWA - I Can Conference Empowering BME social workers to climb up the ladder. For IROs, social workers, student social workers and those who would like to be social workers. Registration fee includes conference fee and lunch. Conference - 10am -1pm Workshop - 2pm-4pm BASW members receive 10% off ticket price. For further information and … Continue reading Empowering BME social workers to climb up the ladder @BASW_UK @ProsperaTedam

Free Learning Resources thanks to @researchIP

Learning resources to support positive mental health outcomes for children, young people and families Research in Practice has brought together a range of multimedia learning resources to support professionals, including publications, podcasts, webinars and more. learning resources to support positive mental health outcomes for children, young people and families. For further information visit: Research in … Continue reading Free Learning Resources thanks to @researchIP

Research in Practice to deliver Tackling Child Exploitation Support Programme

A consortium, led by Research in Practice, together with The Children’s Society and University of Bedfordshire, has been appointed to develop and deliver a new programme to tackle child exploitation. The Tackling Child Exploitation (TCE) Support Programme is a significant investment by the Department for Education and aims to support local areas to develop an effective strategic response to child exploitation and … Continue reading Research in Practice to deliver Tackling Child Exploitation Support Programme