A guide produced by the Early Intervention Foundation originally for commissioners and leaders of services for children and families on how to engage with disadvantaged and vulnerable parents and how to reduce the impact of parental conflict on the physical health, mental health and emotional wellbeing of children.Read More
A new resource from The Early Intervention Foundation for organisations providing services to children and young people and their families to help them evaluate the interventions they provide.
Steps cover: planning and developing a new intervention; piloting and testing the intervention; refining and monitoring the intervention; and adapting and expanding the reach of the intervention.Read More
A comprehensive resource compiled by NSPCC Learning to help frontline professionals learn more about the experiences of Looked-After Children in the UK, including a statistics briefing and resources library list.Read More
A report by the United Nations to share with student exploring how well the UK Government are doing in respecting their rights enshrined in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.Read More
A great icebreaker activity designed by Young Minds for Form time and/or PSHE/RSE lessons to spark conversations with students about emotional wellbeing and the importance of self-care.Read More
A resource created by South Gloucestershire NUT in 2011 following a series of talks and workshops in October 2010 designed to tackle Islamophobia by embedding learning across the National Curriculum at Key Stage 3.Read More
This booklet is aimed at children and young people aged 10–14, but can be adapted to suit the child or young person you are working with. It is based on messages from children and young people who are in this situation.Read More