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UPDATE NO 530 04 November 2022
Reminders from previous weeks
Tools & Templates
We have produced a Regional Improvement Plan (July 2022) which will underpin activities while we await publication of the DfE’s reponse to the McAllister Care Review, which is anticipated in Autumn 2022
On 2 November ADCS published an interim report of the eighth iteration of its Safeguarding Pressures research
On 27 October DfE published Characteristics of children in need 2022
On 26 October the Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel published a report investigating allegations of abuse at residential homes for disabled children
On 18 October DfE updated its Guidance on our intervention work with local authorities as part of its published advice on creating sustainable high needs systems
On 12 October DfE published Seven features of practice and seven outcomes.
On 7 October DfE published new guidance on Schools Causing Concern
On 6 October Anna Freud Centre published The Evidence Base for Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Interventions with Children Under 5 Years of Age and Their Caregivers: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
On 7 September NICE published guidelines on Self-harm: assessment, management and preventing recurrence [NG225]
On 7 September CARA and ICENA in collaboration with young survivors in Essex published five animated videos to support professionals working with children and young people to understand the impacts of sexual violence.
On 6 September DfE published National Key stage 2 attainment statistics for 2021-22
On 1 September the Children’s Commissioner published Family and its protective effect: Part 1 of the Independent Family Review
On 1 September DfE published the updated version of Keeping Children Safe in Education
On 1 September DfE updated Behaviour in schools Advice for headteachers and school staff
On 25 August Research in Practice published Completing social work chronologies: Practice Tool (2022)