Guest blog by Andi Brierley

This guest blog was first published by NIROMP on 5th April 2019. This latest version contains slides from a presentation: Childhood Adversity Resilience - Handout Guest blog by Andi Brierley, Child Looked After and Care Leaver Specialist within the Leeds Youth Justice Service and Child Friendly Leeds City. Author of: ‘Your Honour Can I Tell... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

In My Opinion

Information for professionals IMO (‘In My Opinion’) has been created in collaboration with the Children’s Commissioner’s Office and care experienced young people to provide a voice for young people in care and care leavers to share advice, experience, and stories with one another. The site has young people’s voices at its heart, and all of... Continue Reading →

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 →

Coram Voice ‘Our Lives Beyond Care’ @CoramVoice

In March 2019, Coram Voice published  the findings of its first 'Our Lives Beyond Care' study as part of its BrightSpots programme with local authorities, uncovering how young people with care experience aged 16-25 feel about their lives. Brigid Robinson, Managing Director of Coram Voice: Our Lives Beyond Care gives us much-needed insight into how... Continue Reading →

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