Four in 10 teachers warn children are ‘too hungry’ to learn

More than a third of teachers have said pupils in their classes are too hungry to learn, jumping to 63% in deprived areas, a new survey has found. A study of 10,000 teachers by School Food Matters and Teacher...

Bill to remove profit from children’s care introduced into Welsh Senedd

A bill to remove profit from the care of looked-after children has been laid before the Welsh parliament. The Health and Social Care (Wales) Bill follows a cross-party consultation launched two years ago by...

Government will use unemployed bootcamps to fill job gaps, says Stride

Unemployed Britons will be pushed towards “skills bootcamps” to plug gaps in the labour market left by overseas workers, the work and pensions secretary has announced. Read the full article on this...

Voice of the child

NSPCC Learning has published a briefing summarising learning from case reviews to support improved practice around the voice of the child. The briefing is based on a sample of case reviews published between...

Working with Gypsy and Traveller communities: tips for positive practice

Advice from a Community Care Inform guide on how social workers can positively engage with Gypsy and Traveller communities. Read more. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share...