Published on 15th June 2019
Children who experience domestic abuse should be seen as victims, a joint committee on the draft Domestic Abuse Bill has said.
Published on 17th May 2019
More than 200 children have had their Deprivation of Liberty authorised by a court but they are locked away and their whereabouts in the system is invisible, the children's commissioner for England has warned.
Published on 16th April 2019
Over a third of areas around England saw a real-terms fall in spending on preventative mental health services for children and young people in 2018-2019, the children's commissioner for England has warned.
Published on 29th March 2019
Senior leadership at Newham children's services need to urgently progress their improvement plan to address deficits in social work practice, Ofsted has warned.
Published on 15th March 2019
A multi-agency approach is required to put children first and protect them from county lines, gangs, knives, drugs and from adults who pose a risk to them, Ofsted has said.
Published on 27th February 2019
The government has unveiled guidance for when compulsory health education is introduced in schools.
Published on 8th January 2019
NHS England has pledged that 100% of children and young people who need specialist help for mental health problems should be able to access it over the next decade.
Published on 4th January 2019
More than half of the complaints made to the Health and Care Professions Council last year were in relation to social workers, the regulators annual Fitness to Practise report has revealed.
Published on 4th December 2018
The number of local authorities judged to be good or outstanding for their social care continues to rise, Ofsted's annual report states.
Published on 24th November 2018
One in eight 5 to 19-year- olds have at least one mental health problem when assessed in 2017, official statistics have revealed.
Published on 7th November 2018
Early help services are under extreme threat, children's services leaders have warned.