About The Children’s Partnership
Adoption and Children in Care
Sharing knowledge of adoption, leaving care, looked after children and corporate parenting.
Early Years and Childcare
Working with professionals, children and families in the foundation years.
Ensuring that an understanding of family life recognises changing family dynamics and needs.
Helping children and families directly through local services and providing training and support to people who work with children.
Building thriving communities and sustainable networks that empower all young people to achieve their potential.
GPs and health commissioners across the country are increasingly keen on the “more than medicine” approach of social prescribing, which can include activities from dance classes to knitting groups and cookery clubs. It is being used to help people get to the root of problems. It has also helped smaller voluntary organisations get their services commissioned. The webinar showcased examples of social prescribing, looked at what evidence ...
Guidance published today by the Children’s Partnership, the voluntary and community sector strategic partner to the Department for Education, shows how those working in foster care and with looked after children can best support new ‘Staying Put’ arrangements allowing children in foster care to remain in their placements until age 21. Many care leavers have a more difficult start to adulthood as a consequence of their past experiences, coupled with ...
The Children and Families Act, a landmark in legislation Children’s Partnership and CDC Strategic Partner for SEND reform – Joint Event Wednesday 4th June 2014 – London This FREE event open to DfE prospectus grant holders and SEND grant holders will offer an ‘in focus’ look at the SEND reforms and what the ‘local offer’ means for you. Providing you with an opportunity to consider how your project and grant funding contributes to ...