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
In the new issue of CYP Now: Homes for Ukraine scheme; Commissioning Care special; mobile children’s services The July edition of CYP Now is packed with must-read articles to help children and family practitioners deliver effective interventions.
Top reads this month include:
- How councils are safeguarding and supporting children and families arriving under the Homes for Ukraine scheme
- Details of the government’s plans to publish uptake data on the National Tutoring Programme and what it will mean for schools
- Factors behind the rise in violence at once good Werrington young offender institution
- Call for more training for health professionals to identify eating disorders in children earlier
- Lib Peck, director of London’s Violence Reduction Unit, on the vital role of youth workers in preventing violent crime
Useful practice articles include:
- Special report on commissioning care including how Plymouth Council worked with providers to revive the residential placement market
- How mobile provision allows children’s services teams to reach more children and families in disadvantaged communities
- Coram Children’s Legal Centre on the legal implications of the Care Review on kinship care arrangements
- International focus shines the spotlight on how
- New Zealand delivers post diagnostic support for children with autism Summary of key changes in Ofsted’s inspection framework for disabled children’s residential schemes