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Children’s Commissioner launches once in a generation ’Beveridge Report for children’

Dame Rachel de Souza, Children’s Commissioner for England, has launched a once-in-a-generation review of the future of childhood by the Children’s Commissioner’s Office

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New research suggests most children in the Youth Justice system have suffered significant trauma

Report published by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) and the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner suggests most children in the youth justice system have suffered abuse, trauma or poverty

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Government announces launch of next phase of vulnerable families programme

We are delighted that the Troubled Families programme has been renamed and that a further £165 million has been announced.

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Government Early Years review proposes new ‘Start for Life’ offer

Andrea Leadsom has set out plans to offer families a new ‘Start for Life’ package bringing together support from midwives, social workers and health visitors

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Government announces £130m fund to help tackle serious violence and knife crime

The Home Office has announced that over £130m will be available to organisations to help to steer young people away from serious violence

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New Children’s Commissioner outlines focus of education catch up plan

The new Children’s Commissioner for England has announced that the government’s education catch-up plan will balance pupils’ wellbeing with lost learning

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New investment announced to find out what works to keep children out of the youth justice system

The Youth Endowment Fund (YEF) has announced a new £40m investment aimed at helping to keep children out of the youth justice system

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Research suggests “little evidence” that the Signs of Safety model leads to better social work practice or reduced risks to children

A new government sponsored study casts doubt on the effectiveness of the Signs of Safety (SofS) approach

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Government announces new education recovery package for children and young people

The Prime Minister has pledged £700m to support the full return of education as children go back to school in England

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Children’s Commissioner weighs into government in her final speech in role

Anne Longfield has called upon government to stop seeing vulnerable children simply as data points and to truly prioritise their protection

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