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17 04, 2019

The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy from Uneven Stress Levels

2019-04-15T11:54:42+01:00

It’s probably no coincidence that National Stress Awareness Month (April) falls right before most children and young people face their end of year exams. Whether you’re sitting your first ever SAT test or [...]

The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy from Uneven Stress Levels 2019-04-15T11:54:42+01:00
13 04, 2019

Free Resource Packs on Self Harm, Forced Marriage, Trafficking & FGM

2019-04-13T11:27:32+01:00

Virtual College have completed these free resource packs on self harm in young people, forced marriage & FGM. Download copies for free now. To help parents & practitioners to understand the scale of self-harm [...]

Free Resource Packs on Self Harm, Forced Marriage, Trafficking & FGM 2019-04-13T11:27:32+01:00
11 04, 2019

How a Postcode Lottery is Gambling with Children’s Lives

2019-04-10T19:26:14+01:00

Are you a child or young person feeling anxious or depressed? Great news, the front-line services across the UK are of good standards and committed to supporting those in need. The recent NHS 10-Year Plan [...]

How a Postcode Lottery is Gambling with Children’s Lives 2019-04-10T19:26:14+01:00
4 04, 2019

Reinstilling Child Road Safety for Family Safety Week

2019-04-04T11:06:25+01:00

This week marks Family Safety Week 2019, a coordinated effort from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents where they work to raise awareness about the thousands of preventable accidents that happen [...]

Reinstilling Child Road Safety for Family Safety Week 2019-04-04T11:06:25+01:00
2 04, 2019

Scotland Says Autism is a Difference Not a Disorder

2019-04-02T08:28:19+01:00

We’re all used to the term “Autism Spectrum Disorder” for someone who is on the autism scale in some way. However, a change is being demanded from our Northern nation; Scotland want to ‘redefine’ autism [...]

Scotland Says Autism is a Difference Not a Disorder 2019-04-02T08:28:19+01:00
28 03, 2019

My Social Work Story Series: NQSW’s journey to Social Work

2019-03-28T08:10:52+01:00

I completed my first degree in social welfare in 2003, going to university away from home straight after school. I then worked for a local authority in their homelessness team. I had [...]

My Social Work Story Series: NQSW’s journey to Social Work 2019-03-28T08:10:52+01:00
18 03, 2019

Our duty to educate about Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)

2019-03-18T12:17:57+01:00

We all want kids to be kids. Being an adult is tough. It comes with responsibilities, pressures, fears and awareness of the harsher side of life. However, should protecting this idea of [...]

Our duty to educate about Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) 2019-03-18T12:17:57+01:00
15 03, 2019

Youth Justice worksheets on attitudes & consequences of offending

2019-03-16T11:12:30+01:00

What is it: Below we have compiled 9 youth justice worksheets that offer one to one or group based activities addressing the attitudes and subsequent consequences of offending/anti-social behaviour by children and young people. This is [...]

Youth Justice worksheets on attitudes & consequences of offending 2019-03-16T11:12:30+01:00
14 03, 2019

Social Pedagogy – It ain’t what you do, it’s the way that you do it.

2019-03-14T18:01:51+01:00

We were really pleased to be asked to write a piece for One Stop Social on the developments around social pedagogy in the UK. The timing couldn’t have been better with us [...]

Social Pedagogy – It ain’t what you do, it’s the way that you do it. 2019-03-14T18:01:51+01:00
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