A champion of young children
Politicians who listen, and take note!
What do survivors of abuse in care want?
The current values undermine good practice.
A chance for victims to speak and be heard.
The Social Care Association has ceased trading; what sort of lead do professionals want now?
A turning point for the Webmag.
Including language impairment, epilepsy, childminding, fostering and adoption, rating books, the Golden Jubilee, running away, safeguarding, ‘research’ and Mittel Appenzell.
Including sport for all, great teachers, children’s rights in Wales, paying for truancy, Care.com, transport and family story-telling
The thinking that has underpinned the Webmag.
How child care workers keep in touch
Including truancy, social pedagogy in Ireland, the demise of the CWDC, church child abuse, Tony Newton, Herb Barnes, parental mileage, …
An important issue which merits more attention and support
Including the heart of residential child care, social pedagogy, a field trip to Germany, a conference in Ireland, HDJ and …
A critical time for the child care profession
Including internet safety, adoption reform, residential care in Wales, bedwetting in England and Scotland, immunisation planning and ‘research’.
Unless there is radical action, we risk a generation without hope.
Including Scotland Street School Museum, the influence of individuals, Tell Us Once, adoption and Prime Ministers, character and child care, …
The importance of child care professionals co-operating.
It is for the child care profession to get things moving.
Including the recognition of social education/ pedagogy as a profession, allergies, children’s savings, attainments and the school year, choice of …
If you think residential child care services need a good support system, sign the e-petition to the Government.
Including riots, long summer holidays, residential child care statistics, street work, Wellesley Nautical School, Gerd Schemenau, laughter, remembering residential care, …
Including time out, Sir Paul Ennals, social pedagogy and kinship care
The Roman Catholic Church still has lessons to learn if it is to be trusted with children.
What are your children and young people going to do this summer?
Including leaving care, mapping social problems, Dads’ Time Tales, violence to children, music at the Mulberry Bush, dangerous blinds, Youth …
Including training for social educators / social pedagogues / residential care staff, tombstoning, Ofsted, shaken babies, approved school scandals, therapeutic …
The importance of making sense of things.
Developing social policy needs to take time.
Including more on communication, health and diet, adoption, the WellStart memory box, social pedagogy, the Sex Offenders Register, family meals, …
It’s about more than money, and it’s not a joke.
The professions need your support to face the cuts.
Including the lessons of Haute de la Garenne, an honour for day nurseries, Key Texts, night lights and melatonin, social …
And if you have something to say, get in touch.
Including locking children up, justice, leaving care, smells, the X Factor, toddlers’ tantrums, CORE, the Mouse Club, the Pushmepullyou, Youth …
Including truancy, vetting and barring, the Big Society, teamwork in child protection, postcode lotteries, telling the truth and Every Child …
The Goose that Lays the Golden Eggs
Don’t blame the cuts.
Including child poverty, the lessons from Baby Peter, foster care recruitment, family eating habits, fitness, fun and football, archiving theses, …
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