NEWS AND INFORMATION - Achieving Greater

NEWS AND INFORMATION

Achieving Greater has made links with a wide range of organisations and groups who support and encourage improvement in residential care and outcomes for children and young people. In addition, Achieving Greater monitors, tracks and analyses changes in regulations and government policies and provides related summaries. A number of social care resources are available to download.

www.education.gov.uk

gov.uk Liaise with the Department of Education (DfE)
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www.ofsted.gov.uk

Ofsted-logo-gov.ukLiaise with the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills (Ofsted)
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www.ncb.org.uk

ncb.orgRepresentative on the National Children’s Bureau (NCB) Membership Forum & Platform.
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Action For Children

Action For Children

Action For Children
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www.thewhocarestrust.org.uk

thewhocarestrust.orgNetwork with The Who Cares? Trust.
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www.communitycare.co.uk

communitycare.co.ukForum member on Care Space at Community Care
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www.residentialchildcarenetwork.com

Member of the Residential Child Care Network
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www.cpea.co.uk

cpea.co.ukNetwork with the Social Care, Children’s Services and Management Associates (CPEA)
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www.linkedin.com

linkedinMember of LinkedIn Network for Professionals Working with Vulnerable Children and Young People
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www.linkedin.com

linkedinMember of LinkedIn Education of Children in Care Network
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www.nice.org.uk

Network with the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE)
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www.cypnow.co.uk

cypnow.co.ukSupport Children and Young People Now
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www.SCIE.org.uk

SCIE.org.ukNetwork with the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE)
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Finalised Labour manifesto promises care system overhaul

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“A refreshingly positive review of residential care”: reaction to Narey’s report

It will be interesting to see if what he says about the governments proposal to have a ‘What Works’ centre for children social care will be implemented.

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MPs reject Spielman as new Ofsted chief

Education select committee calls for Ofsted’s education and social care functions to be split to to afford social care a greater profile.

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