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Issue UD.07

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Social workers and police ‘powerless’ to intervene

Research published by the charity Action for Children has revealed that over a third of social workers and police officers have felt powerless to intervene in cases where they have suspected a child is being neglected.

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06/06/2010
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Every Child Update Issue 7 Reports

Pupil Referral Units: Access for all; Poorer Children’s Educational Attainment; Tackling Child Poverty And Disadvantage In Schools; Me And My School; Learning lessons from serious case reviews; Learning Literacy Together; Behaviour In Scottish Schools 2009;

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Every Child Update Issue 7 Features

Using the power of peer pressure at school to cut smoking: As National ‘No Smoking Day’ recently highlighted the health risks of smoking again, students from Wirral Grammar School for Girls in Merseyside and Elizabeth Garrett School in London were commended by national anti-smoking charity, The Deborah Hutton Campaign, for their award-winning short films. If you’re happy and you know it: The mainstream media have seized gleefully on ‘evidence’ that Britain’s children are unhappy, but, as Keith Savage explains, the real situation is not nearly as simple as that

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Race equality

For this issue Child File focuses on race equality. Where did it all start? This issue of the Child File looks at the Race Relations Act, its amendments and development.

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07/06/2010
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