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Lockdown brings misery to hundreds more children each week.

Childline has revealed that hundreds more children are suffering abuse and neglect during the Covid19 lockdown.

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Hidden Vulnerable Children During Lockdown

The Children’s Commissioner has published new data profiling the extent of child vulnerability across each local authority during lockdown.

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New research suggests on-line support services ‘less effective’ than those provided face to face

The Early Intervention Foundation (EIF) has released a report suggesting young people may be being disadvantaged by services moving on-line as a result of the Coronavirus crisis.

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OFSTED report Islington Children’s Services continue to go from strength to strength

London Borough of Islington Children’s Services have been rated Outstanding after recent OFSTED inspection.

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North Tyneside Council Children’s Services receives outstanding OFSTED rating

OFSTED has provided high praise to North Tyneside for the quality and effectiveness of its Children’s Services.

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New YJB Chair appointed

The government has announced the appointment of Keith Fraser as the new chair of the Youth Justice Board for England & Wales.

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New report explores how ‘devolved budgets’ might be used by Children’s Social Care to provide resources to families and reduce the need for care.

Cardiff University has released new report evaluating devolved budget pilots across three local authorities in England.

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Concerns that thousands of children are not receiving substitute school meals

New research suggests tens of thousands of children may not be receiving substitute school meals or meal vouchers after schools close due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Coronavirus leads to surge in calls to Childline

Childline has reported a huge spike in calls from vulnerable children concerned about the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Significant improvement in Croydon's Children’s Services recognised by OFSTED.

Having rated the service as ‘inadequate’ just three years ago OFSTED have reported dramatic improvements elevating Croydon's assessment now to ‘good’.

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