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A new focus for Government to improve outcomes for children with additional needs

A £4m fund has been established to review, understand and develop ways to help children with additional needs.

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Primary staff need more help to steer children away from gangs

Frustrated primary staff felt they were doing everything they could to support young people at risk of getting involved with gangs.

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Exclusion rates concerns the Education Secretary

Damien Hinds, Education Secretary expresses his concern of the high levels of children being excluded and could see the benefit of schools with low exclusion rate to share information.

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A report shows children in north falling behind

Anne Longfield, Children’s Commissioner identifies the extent of how much children from the north are falling behind compared to their peers in London.

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'Staff exodus' threatens high-quality childcare

Large number of qualified staff leaving nurseries due to low pay, endangering the government’s push to increase the provision of high-quality childcare.

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Spending cuts to blame for children’s mental health

Government’s failure to acknowledge that many problems to improve mental health are the result of public spending cuts.

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Recent study suggests adopted children should stay close to birth families

Following the findings of a recent academic study BASW (British Association of Social Workers) it found that adoption laws should be overhauled to ensure children can retain close to their birth families.

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Our Lives Our Care

Looked after children’s views on their well-being

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Barnet set up own looked after children charity

Barnet has become the first local authority in London to launch its own charity to help looked after children fulfil their dreams and aspirations.

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Ofsted announces crackdown on school exclusion 'hot spots'

Ofsted to raise concerns with eight areas about the high number of pupils being removed from schools.

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