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4 months ago
External news

World Mental Health Day: The climate crisis is destroying young people’s wellbeing

According to research from the Mental Health Foundation the worsening climate situation has led to a large number of people experiencing 'eco anxiety' -- a chronic fear of environmental doom As the UK government have recently made the decision to hit the brakes on certain net zero targets Michael Samuel MBE chair of the board...
londoncouncils
RT @tomneumark: Research reveals what we are seeing on a daily basis. If you are on benefits, there are not privately rented flats that are…
Posted 7 months ago
4 months ago
External news

World Mental Health Day: The climate crisis is destroying young people’s wellbeing

According to research from the Mental Health Foundation the worsening climate situation has led to a large number of people experiencing 'eco anxiety' -- a chronic fear of environmental doom As the UK government have recently made the decision to hit the brakes on certain net zero targets Michael Samuel MBE chair of the board...
SocialWorkEng
We interviewed National Advisory Forum member Yasmeen Abdul-Rahim, on the importance of lived experience in co-prod… https://t.co/uP4n69IsQH
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4 months ago
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Researchers design potential therapy for children with rare genetic conditions

A research team has identified new potential treatments for children with rare genetic conditions of blood vessels which cause severe lifelong and disabling symptoms like seizures and impaired development The researchers -- at the Francis Crick Institute and Great Ormond Street Hospital GOSH UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health -- showed that problems with...
londoncouncils
RT @OnLondon: NEW: #London #housing crisis becoming "an emergency" as supply falls, rents soar and benefits don't keep up: https://t.co/JP9…
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4 months ago
External news

Researchers design potential therapy for children with rare genetic conditions

A research team has identified new potential treatments for children with rare genetic conditions of blood vessels which cause severe lifelong and disabling symptoms like seizures and impaired development The researchers -- at the Francis Crick Institute and Great Ormond Street Hospital GOSH UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health -- showed that problems with...
londoncouncils
RT @wheatley_martin: Important, timely, but disturbing research by @AbiDaviesHsg and @KathJScanlon for @londoncouncils on London private re…
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4 months ago
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Faith primary schools admitting fewer children with special educational needs

Faith primary schools are admitting fewer children with special educational needs and disabilities SEND than local authority community primaries according to new research from the London School of Economics LSE In research funded by the British Academy Dr Tammy Campbell analysed Reception year admissions to mainstream state schools from - in England using the National...
Ofstednews
Last month, we announced we're giving schools more information about when they can expect their next inspection. In… https://t.co/UuIGqGG9zz
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4 months ago
External news

Faith primary schools admitting fewer children with special educational needs

Faith primary schools are admitting fewer children with special educational needs and disabilities SEND than local authority community primaries according to new research from the London School of Economics LSE In research funded by the British Academy Dr Tammy Campbell analysed Reception year admissions to mainstream state schools from - in England using the National...
londoncouncils
RT @trustforlondon: The research adds to the body of evidence that urgent gov action is needed to address the housing crisis. London Counc…
Posted 7 months ago
4 months ago
LSWC news

Video: What's it like to be a children's social worker in London?

Amber, a social work practitioner Royal Borough of Greenwich, shared some of her day to day experiences in this video
SocialWorkEng
Today we have enjoyed hosting members of our National Advisory Forum at our Sheffield office for a co-production me… https://t.co/PVVc8tRI39
Posted 7 months ago
4 months ago
External news

New childcare entitlements have little to offer poor families, research shows

The largest and fastest expansion of free childcare on record offers little to the poorest families according to analysis by the independent Institute for Fiscal Studies IFS In the March Budget the government announced it would double spending on the free entitlement to a funded childcare place in just three years By September...
londoncouncils
RT @BigIssue: The number of homes available to rent in London has plummeted since Covid – and it’s leading to warnings of a deepening homel…
Posted 7 months ago
4 months ago
External news

New childcare entitlements have little to offer poor families, research shows

The largest and fastest expansion of free childcare on record offers little to the poorest families according to analysis by the independent Institute for Fiscal Studies IFS In the March Budget the government announced it would double spending on the free entitlement to a funded childcare place in just three years By September...
Ofstednews
We recently published a report exploring early years provision in an international context. The report reflects on… https://t.co/dW04O4SyNZ
Posted 7 months ago
5 months ago
External news

Child poverty pushing schools to the brink, says staff survey

Schools are reeling in the face of rising child poverty according to a widescale survey by the Education Anti-Poverty Coalition A large majority of staff reported that they and their colleagues are increasingly having to divert from their allocated roles to deal with its impact while over half of teachers reported an increase...
londoncouncils
The report is available on our website here: https://t.co/72shQT5Uo7 #UKhousing #HousingCrisis #homelessness #localgov
Posted 7 months ago