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Poor areas worst affected by children's services cuts

Council areas with the highest levels of deprivation are bearing the brunt of children's services funding cuts, research has found.

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Half of infant young carers under ten are suffering broken sleep to care for family members

A snapshot survey released by Carers Trust today, reveals a high proportion of infant young carers are regularly suffering from broken sleep in order to look after unwell family members

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Social impact bond initiative launches to reduce number of children in care

Five London boroughs have joined forces to launch a therapeutic care programme funded with a £4.5m social impact bond, in a bid to keeping more than 350 vulnerable young people out of care.

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Multisystemic therapy 'no more effective' than conventional support, study finds

An intensive family therapy programme, used nationwide to turn around the lives of teenagers involved in antisocial behaviour and on the edge of care, is no more effective than conventional methods, researchers have concluded.

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Fragmented approach to child health damaging long term health of nation warns Royal College

The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health state that child health is suffering at the hands of a disjointed approach from central Government.

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Youth Index 2018 Annual Report

The Princes Trust found that almost half of young people fear that there will be fewer job opportunities in the next three years.

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The cost of Free School meals

A recent study by The Education Policy Institute.

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Wolverhampton Safeguarding Children Board recommend changes to the way domestic abuse is dealt with

Wolverhampton Safeguarding Children Board SERIOUS CASE REVIEW on Child G wants to see agencies involved in the case look closely at how domestic abuse services can be improved as well as how those working with families can better understand how faith can impact on parenting.

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Mayor unveils plans for London’s first Early Years Hubs

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, unveiled new plans to help tackle inequality in education and help ensure children from disadvantaged backgrounds achieve their full potential.

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Treasury to examine the impact of 30 hours free childcare extension

The committee will consider, scrutinise and explore areas of the free childcare entitlement for working families.

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