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The Children and Families Act 2014; are we expecting too much of it?

9 June 2023

The Children and Families Act 2014; are we expecting too much of it?  Carol Long The Children and Families Act 2014 (CFA 2014) was hailed as landmark legislation aimed at improving services for vulnerable children and supporting families no matter what their background. Eight years on the effectiveness of the legislation continues to be debated. […]

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SENPRF blog series SEND Green Paper: What exactly is co-production and is it necessarily a good thing?

14 April 2022

What exactly is co-production? And is it necessarily a good thing for children, young people, and their families? by Sharon Smith ‘co-production with children, young people and families is a fundamental principle of the SEND system and enables children, young people, parents and carers to be valued partners in decision-making’ (SEND Review p28) ‘Children, young […]

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SENPRF blog series SEND Green Paper: Co-production and Parental Engagement

14 April 2022

The SEND Review, Co-production and Parental Engagement by Brian Lamb The SEND Review Right Support, Right Place, Right Time, is welcome in supporting the principles and benefits of co-production with parents. While many of its proposals leave the detail to be developed there are some very specific proposals, not all of which are likely to […]

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