February, 2011

In This Issue: February 2011

Editorial: Time for Solidarity

The professions need your support to face the cuts.

News Views

Including the lessons of Haute de la Garenne, an honour for day nurseries, Key Texts, night lights and melatonin, social …

Child Protection, or the Well-Being of Children?

by Dr Keith J. White

What are the fundamental concepts which should underpin our work?

The Integrated Child Protection Scheme

by Malay Dewanji, davidlane

A centrally sponsored scheme of the Indian Government - Civil Society Partnership

The Beginning of the Approved School System

by Jim Hyland, davidlane

How standards of staffing, training and physical conditions in schools for young offenders were improved over four decades.

Beyond Caring: Chapter 19

by A.J. Stone, davidlane

Is there a future for a boy with a past?

Moving My Life- Again

by a former foster child

Every change of foster placement carries its losses, hopes and fears, which can last a lifetime.

The Challenges Facing Leaders in Special Education

by Matthew Payne

Trying to understand which way the government is going

Safeguarding Children- Changes in Perspective

by Valerie Jackson &, davidlane

Investing in Relationships

by Nick Johnson

An invitation to network, have dialogue and learn

Learning from History

Call for Papers for Glasgow Conference, November 2011

Bringing Back Innovation and Creativity to Social Care

Details of a Social Care Ireland Conference

The Key Texts: What Did Not Get In

Digest by Robert Shaw

A review of the way the series was put together

‘The Second Curtis Report’ Chaired by Dame Myra Curtis

Digest by Robert Shaw, davidlane

An outstanding report which had a massive impact at a critical point

‘The Monckton Report’ by Sir William Monckton

Digest by Robert Shaw, davidlane

A report which highlighted foster care failures and the need for change

‘The Little Prisoner’ by Jane Elliott

Book Review by David Lane

A book with graphic messages for professionals