We work across the UK with local authorities, schools and academies, housing organisations, the VCS and health colleagues to plan, design, implement, improve and evaluate services across priority areas relating to the needs of vulnerable individuals, children and families.
We focus on Early Help, Troubled Families, Early Years, Children’s Social Care, Early Intervention, Education, and Child Poverty and have a proven record of delivering positive outcomes in these areas.
Our overall aim is to enhance capacity and expertise in local areas across priority areas of service delivery for communities, children and vulnerable families.
As well as our national initiatives we have recently worked with local authorities and their partners on projects including:
For more information about particular pieces of work see our case studies.
Interface provides an in-depth programme for school staff working directly with cases who are subject to or at risk of being subject to a child protection plan...Read more
Sefton were commissioning a large piece of work to meet their troubled families response. See how Interface worked closely with Sefton...Read more
London Borough of Brent identified that they wanted to offer multi agency staff training to meet the demands around working in a whole family way. This is how Interface supported Brent...Read more
Newham were looking for evidence based training for their newly formed team. The team were going to be working with families with high complex needs following the troubled families’ agenda. This is how Interface supported Newham...Read more
Interface supported Sefton to consider the effectiveness of current Early Years and childcare provision at a strategic and operational level...Read more
“We approached Interface to discuss the delivery of their Supervision training in-house for our organisation. Their proposed solution allowed for us to tailor the training to exactly meet our needs. The trainers delivery was engaging and inclusive. She used lots of relevant and practical examples imparting her extensive knowledge. Delegates left the training with specific individual plans which should have a positive impact on their practice of supervision.Wendy Such (Parenting Coordinator, Bracknell Forest)
“Many thanks for the report, the work that went into it and the slides. I hope you are all having a well-deserved rest! Please know that the work will result in positive change and that you will have been instrumental in putting us on the right path.Kate Wesson, Project Manager Children and Families Commissioning Team (West Sussex)
“Thank you! The trainer was extremely knowledgeable, the course was really useful to me and I learnt a great deal that will be of use.Ashmead Primary School Teacher
“Interface were very flexible in meeting our organisation’s needs. The trainer’s style was particularly effective in holding, supporting and gently challenging staff during a period of significant change and subsequent uncertainty. Her training style is clear, warm, appropriately challenging and encourages reflection. She has fed back regularly to managers on any wider issues that have been raised during the training and that we should be considering which is particularly helpful. Feedback from participants has been consistently positive about the quality of the delivery of the training.Kirsten Carr, Early Help Transformation and Impact Manager (London Borough of Haringey)