Review of child protection bureaucracy vital in the face of rising demand

An estimated 61 thousand children will come into the care system in England in the next two years, pushing the systems that look after vulnerable children to breaking point...

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Government assured by Bristol school improvements

The start of a new school term brings good news for Bristol schools as the government has announced that it will no longer consider the city in need of 'formal intervention'

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Universities in need of a change

The university system is in need of "radical change" to provide a better deal for taxpayers and students, the universities minister has said

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Munro Review to look at children’s social work and frontline child protection practice

Secretary of State for Education Michael Gove has today written to Professor Eileen Munro to invite her to conduct an independent review of children’s social work and frontline child protection practice

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NHS Trusts that provided care to Baby Peter have improved systems to ensure children are protected

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) today published a report showing the four trusts that provided NHS care to Baby Peter have improved systems to safeguard children

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Government reveals £600 ‘tax’ bombshell for poor families in work

Imran Hussain, Head of Policy, Rights and Advocacy at Child Poverty Action Group, reacts to the announcement by Secretary of State for Education, Michael Gove, on the she more...

The School Food Trust's Chief Executive gives her response to future plans for free school meals pilots

The School Food Trust's Chief Executive has given her response to future plans for free school meals pilots to be scrapped outlined in a letter from Secretary of State for more...

Improving literacy for Scotland

Everyone in Scotland - from the youngest nursery class child through to senior citizens - should have the opportunity to develop and improve their literacy skills

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Research puts quality of life at heart of adult social care and early years

Today, the Office for National Statistics is releasing the results of a three-year project researching outcomes for public services users, undertaken in partnership...

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Mayor's charity raises £7m for fighting child poverty in London

The charity the Mayor of London Boris Johnson set up to fight child poverty in the capital has secured £7 million of funding commitments in its first year

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Editor's Feature
Professor Anne Ludbrook
Health Economist,
NICE

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