Children & Young People Now

Archived since 11 November 2014

109 issues

Children & Young People Now brings together the latest policy and practice to improve young lives and to support families. It provides vital information on child protection, safeguarding and social work; childcare provision; children’s health; education; youth services; youth justice; and multi-agency working. It is essential reading for managers and senior practitioners involved in delivering services for children, young people and families across the public, voluntary and private sectors.

CYP Now is published every fortnight and contains:

• Essential roundup of news from across the sector • In-depth analysis of policy developments and their implications for practice • Investigations and surveys • Evidence-based case studies of good practice • Updates on working with children and the law • Examination of Ofsted inspection reports • Features based on visits to settings across the country • Special thematic reports • Interviews with decision makers, innovators and campaigners • Expert advice on working with children and on managing teams • Special supplements, including the flagship annual ‘Children in Care’ supplement

Latest issue

CYP Now in July: Social mobility in 0-5s; DCS preparation training; and foster carer recruitment



The latest edition of CYP Now is packed with expert insight on the key issues of the day affecting all services for disadvantaged children and families – including how to navigate the growing impact of the pandemic.



Top 5 articles include:

• 10-page special report on the latest policy, practice and research developments in efforts to boost social mobility in the early years

• Amid criticism in the Care Review report about profit making from care placements, private sector providers defend their record

• How the Upon training programme is helping aspiring directors of children’s services prepare for the realities of the role

• Details of paediatric long Covid hubs which will co-ordinate therapeutic support to help children recover from the disease

• Labour’s shadow children and early years minister Tulip Siddiq MP sets out how her party’s early education policy priorities



Practice articles include:

• Recruitment experts and councils outline successful approaches to recruiting and retaining foster carers amid a national shortage

• Advice from youth work leaders on how best to measures the beneficial impact of open-access youth services

• An in depth look at the work of Redthread’s Youth Violence Intervention Programme run in hospitals across England

• The international spotlight visits Canada to see how inclusive education is delivered in New Brunswick

• Key trends in inspection of early years services including factors behind the decline in Ofsted registrations this year



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Children & Young People Now brings together the latest policy and practice to improve young lives and to support families. It provides vital information on child protection, safeguarding and social work; childcare provision; children’s health; education; youth services; youth justice; and multi-agency working. It is essential reading for managers and senior practitioners involved in delivering services for children, young people and families across the public, voluntary and private sectors.

CYP Now is published every fortnight and contains:

• Essential roundup of news from across the sector • In-depth analysis of policy developments and their implications for practice • Investigations and surveys • Evidence-based case studies of good practice • Updates on working with children and the law • Examination of Ofsted inspection reports • Features based on visits to settings across the country • Special thematic reports • Interviews with decision makers, innovators and campaigners • Expert advice on working with children and on managing teams • Special supplements, including the flagship annual ‘Children in Care’ supplement

  • First Issue: 11 November 2014
  • Latest Issue: July 2021
  • Issue Count: 109
  • Published: Monthly

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