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The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on children’s socioemotional well-being and attainment during the Reception Year
19 May 2022 - University of York, NIESR and EPI
It is well established that high quality early years provision plays an important role in a child’s educational and socioemotional development, particularly for children from disadvantaged backgrounds where it can reduce educational inequalities.
Critical disability studies and the affirmative non-tragedy model: presenting a theoretical frame for disability and child protection
18 May 2022 - Disability & Society
The purpose of this article is to present an integrated theoretical frame for the subject matter of disability and child protection. Substantive complexities, alluded to in existing literature, surround disability in child protection work. The high...
Supervision in child protection: a space and place for reflection or an excruciating marathon of compliance?
18 May 2022 - European Journal of Social Work Volume 25, 2022 - Issue 3
Supervision is promoted as an essential element of effective professional practice in social work. Its benefits include promoting reflective social work and assisting with the management of the emotions generated in challenging practice. This...
18 May 2022 - Journal of Social Work
In recent times the production of research linking childhood experiences with later life outcomes has had the effect of producing new understandings of child development, with increased attribution given to this stage in the life cycle as being...
Adverse childhood experiences and potential pathways to filicide perpetration: A systematic search and review
18 May 2022 - Child Abuse Review Volume31, Issue3 May/June 2022
Filicides, where children are killed by their parents or stepparents, are uncommon occurrences, which are committed by both paternal and maternal perpetrators. The aim of this paper is to explore to what extent the antecedents of filicides can be...
17 May 2022 - Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion, London School of Economics and Political Science
This report estimates the monetised social and economic gains (benefits) of removing of the No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF) condition for certain household in England. It compares this to the costs of allowing them to be able to apply for welfare...
17 May 2022 - Joseph Rowntree Foundation
This study looks at the experiences of a group of low-income families during the second half of the pandemic and how, emerging from the pandemic into a cost of living crisis, they need greater stability and support to meet their needs. Emerging from...
Accelerometer-measured physical activity and sedentary time among children and their parents in the UK before and after COVID-19 lockdowns: a natural experiment
16 May 2022 - International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity volume
Background Restrictions due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic reduced physical activity provision for both children and their parents. Recent studies have reported decreases in physical activity levels during lockdown restrictions...
16 May 2022 - NSPCC
What we’ve learnt about how the Together for Childhood design principles are working in practice.
The Prevalence, Patterns and Correlates of Childhood Trauma Exposure in a Nationally Representative Sample of Young People in Northern Ireland
11 May 2022 - Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma (2022)
Purpose Childhood trauma (CT) exposure is common, with many young people affected by multiple co-occurring traumas. Methods Participants were a representative sample of 11–19-year-olds (n = 1293), who participated in the largest ever representative...