Month: June 2021

Safeguarding jobs round up – 4 June 2021

4th June, 2021 12:00 pm

Welcome to this week’s jobs round-up, where you can view some of the job vacancies currently available in the world of safeguarding. Below are a selection of jobs which will soon be closing for applications – click on the individual links for more information or to complete an application. For a full list of vacancies, please visit the Job Board on our... View Article

Great resource: Would You Recognise Domestic Abuse If You Saw It? – Untold Stories by Ann Craft Trust

3rd June, 2021 8:51 am

Would You Recognise Domestic Abuse If You Saw It? – Untold Stories Story by the Ann Craft Trust The government recently approved a landmark bill that creates a new statutory definition of domestic abuse. Would you recognise domestic abuse if you saw it? We’ve prepared a short quiz featuring eight different scenarios. Think about each scenarios. If you think this is... View Article

Sir Kevan quits over catch-up funding

3rd June, 2021 8:47 am

Our children deserve better than this half-hearted plan Sir Kevan Collins comment from The Times When I was appointed education recovery commissioner in February, I was set a single exam question: what should be done to help children catch up learning lost in the pandemic? During a 40-year career in education, I have been accountable for the performance of hundreds... View Article

Children with mental health problems face long waits for treatment, says report

2nd June, 2021 7:41 am

NHS mental health services for children and young people are at breaking point, with waiting times on the rise and a lack of inpatient beds, a new poll has suggested. A snapshot survey of 35 NHS trust leaders in England found that most units were struggling with demand, while young people are also turning up at A&E having self-harmed or... View Article