Generously contributed by organisations and practitioners working with children, young people and families, Family & Community case studies are examples of best practice in Wales for those seeking to develop their approach.
We welcome your responses to these case studies and encourage you to contribute your own.
Improving young people’s mental health
The LGA commissioned the Centre for Mental Health to develop case studies on ‘whole household’ approaches to young people’s mental health…
The Foundation Phase Excellence Network supports the development and embedding of effective Foundation Phase pedagogy across Wales for improved practice and experiences for children
A case study highlighting the intervention practice with Looked After Children at Abersychan School.
Carmarthenshire County Council
Carmarthenshire County Council has published details of its Attachment Awareness Training. It is available here in English and Welsh, along with a PDGLAC Update.
Christchurch Primary School, Rhyl
This document outlines the arrangements in place for looked-after and vulnerable learners at Christchurch Primary School. It is available to download here in England and Welsh.
This document outlines protocols for information sharing with leaving care teams within local authorities in order to support care leavers throughout Further Education.
Denbighshire County Council
This document published by Denbighshire Country Council outlines the developing of well-being and nurturing arrangements for looked after and vulnerable learners at Christ Church Primary School in Rhyl.
Education Achievement Service (EAS)
Training materials contributed by the EAS for South East Wales are available to download.
Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council
A guide for the designated person for looked after children in school, alongside a case study, has been published by Neath Port Talbot Country Borough Council and are available for download here…
The PDG Review outlines arrangements in place for supporting LAC pupils at Ysgol Penrhyn New Broughton.