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Our young people and fostering families LOVED taking part in our Mad Hatter's Tea party during half term in the South West. Thinking hats were essential whilst they enjoyed our themed Mad Hatter's quiz. A brilliant time was had by all whilst tucking into their chocolate box's, which we sent to out to all. We love a Mad Hatter's Tea Party. ???? ???? ???? ????  ???? #caringforcaregivers  

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Mad Hatters

We are encouraging all young people to have YOUR say, and complete #thebigask campaign, it's YOUR future we care about.

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The Big Ask

A former children’s commissioner for England has launched a “landmark case” against the video-sharing app TikTok, alleging that it illegally collects the personal information of its child users.

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TIK TOK – Keeping our young people safe

People generally go into the social work profession to improve outcomes for children. Central to this is the lived experiences of looked-after children and care experienced people, which can help improve services.  Sacha Samms - Care experienced Project Development Worker, former Social Worker and Social Worker Lecturer shares her experience being a looked after child and growing up.

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Improving Outcomes for Children

All parents, teachers, carers, and childcare professionals have to deal with difficult behaviour from time to time. Knowing how to react to this sort of behaviour, why a child may be acting out of character, and how you can approach it is a great starting point for dealing with children who may be feeling confusing emotions and need support from an adult. What is challenging behaviour?  Just like adults, children can feel emotional, stressed, pressured, and angry at the world....

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Managing Challenging Behaviour

#NHS @ The Seacole Ward, Springfield Hospital London is the only dedicated residential ward in the NHS offering 24-hour nursing care to patients with severe obsessive-compulsive disorder. “Since Covid, the demand for beds has shot up, the waiting list is now over a year. Young people have been hit particularly hard, with 372,438 under-18s referred for mental health treatment between April and December 2020, a 28 per cent rise on the number during the same period in 2019." We wanted...

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