Radical Then, Radical Now: Care and Education in Communities

by davidlane

A celebration of the centenary of Homer Lane and the Little Commonwealth

Lessons to be Learnt for Children’s and Society’s Sake

by Jim Hyland, davidlane

The fourteenth and final article in a series on the history of the approved school service.

Changing Lives

by Valerie Jackson

A unique project which throws up lots of questions.

The Reality of Closure

by Jim Hyland, davidlane

The thirteenth in a series on the history of the approved school service.

Endings

by Jim Hyland davidlane

The twelfth in a series on the history of the approved school service

The CHE System Begins to Unravel

by Jim Hyland

The eleventh in a series on the history of the approved school service

Alternatives to Costly Residential Care Emerge

by Jim Hyland, davidlane

The tenth in a series on the history of the approved school service

Returning the Gaze

by Dr Keith J. White &, davidlane

Reflections on Research into Residential Child Care in Scotland and England

From Firm Platform to Sinking Ship

by Jim Hyland

The ninth in a series on the history of the approved school service.

Community Homes with Education - Reformation of the Approved Schools?

by Jim Hyland, davidlane

The eighth in a series on the history of the approved school service

Foundation, Reformation and Termination of the Approved Schools

by Jim Hyland

The seventh in a series on the history of the approved school service

Approved Schools in the Furnace of Change

by Jim Hyland

The sixth in a series on the history of the approved school service

Approved Schools in The 1960 –Time for Radical Thinking

The fifth in a series on the history of the approved school service

Isabel Menzies-Lyth

by Charles Sharpe, davidlane

Some observations on her life and work, and the struggle with primitive anxieties

Approved Schools : Pressures for Change

by Jim Hyland, davidlane

The fourth in a series on the history of the approved school service.

Learning from History

Call for Papers for Glasgow Conference, November 2011

From Coalface to Facebook? A CCHN Conference report

by , davidlane

The impact of new technology on recording child care experiences

From Coalface to Facebook?

by Charles Sharpe

Using new social media and technology to record, remember and share child care experience

A Fearless Frankness

by Dr. Craig Fees RMSA, davidlane

The professional formation of psychiatrist Donald Winnicott, and a crucial lost episode in the history of therapeutic residential child care

A Measure of Success

An event which showed the long-term impact of Wellesley’s nautical training

A Brief History of Events and Trends from 1695 to 1969 in the Residential Care of Young Offenders in the UK

by davidlane

Archives- Raising the Questions

All the angles on child care records

‘The Hope is in Children’ (The Times, 6.7.1908)

by Professor Roy Parker, davidlane

The 1908 Children Act

The Court Lees Affair

by David Lane

A scandal which rocked the approved school system and heralded its end

Family Group Homes

by David Lane

An important piece of child care history, but inadequately documented and worth reconsidering

Another Move for Admiral Boscawen

by David Lane

How the Admiral’s history tells the ever-changing story of child care

Conference: The Place of Ethics in the History of Child Care

The Annual Conference of the Child Care History Network : 11 November 2009

The Child Care History Network AGM and Autumn Conference

The Place of Ethics in the History of Child Care

CCHN - Child Care History Network

If you’re interested, why not join?

Jonas Hanway: Pioneer Philanthropist

by Robert Shaw

An outstanding campaigner for many causes

Residential Care - The Early Years

by Phil Carradice

The hopes, failures and achievements of the pioneers

“100 Years of Commitment and Dedication to Children”

by Anton Tobé

Celebrating the centenary of a Dutch children’s charity

The Legacy of Homer Lane

by David Wills

One of the great names of child care writing about another

The Curtis Committee From the Inside

by Jim Hyland davidlane

Historical manoeuvres to represent the Catholic viewpoint

Child Care: The Need for History

The Child Care History Network Inaugural Conference

HISTORY OF YOUTH & COMMUNITY WORK STUDY CONFERENCE

by Tracey Hodgson and Tony Jeffs

Lost Bridges and Residential Therapeutic Child Care:Howard Jones (1918 –2007) and Reluctant Rebels

by Dr Craig Fees

An appreciation of his career and the impact of his writings

Recurring themes in child care

by Robert Shaw

Constant concerns in a context of change

Child Care Past and Present

by Roger Bullock, davidlane

Evaluating how things have changed over half a century

Social Care - A Reactive Profession

by Phil Carradice

Why services for children were developed, and why we need to study the past

Preserving History - and Making it Live

by David Lane

The Child Care History Network has been established

Fifty Years from Today

by George Lane

What will it be like for children in 2058?