There is a residential care theme to five of the contributions this month. Robert Shaw considers what has been learnt about attachment and resilience in residential care. Simon Rodway celebrates the Caldecott Community’s centenary. Jim Hyland has written the third of his series on approved schools. It is the final chapter of A.J. Stone’s brilliant … Read more
Sir Paul Ennals The National Children’s Bureau (NCB) has announced today that Sir Paul Ennals will be moving on from his role as Chief Executive in the autumn of 2011. Paying tribute to Sir Paul, NCB Chair, Dame Gillian Pugh, said, “NCB has been enormously fortunate to have been led by Paul Ennals for the … Read more
Developing social policy needs to take time.
Home-grown services that meet children’s needs.
Is there a future for a boy with a past?
Long-term relationships are important for a successful childhood, whatever the setting.
A perspective on changes, developments and losses.
The third in a series on the history of the Approved School syste
An opportunity for professionals to set the agenda.
The old methods were the bes
Ideas for to make Easter memorable and offer new experiences
Proposals for a change in family law in Australia from the Family Law Reform Alliance of Australia.
A practical review with clear conclusions which shaped Scotland’s child care services.
An outstanding report which placed Scotland in the lead in the treatment of young offenders.
A message from Learn Direct