The following Family & Community focus pages deliver a particular resource focus toward developed projects undertaken in Children’s Social Care research. These focused resources aim to provide an easily accessible and consolidated library of information relating to a specific case study.
Children and Communities Grant programmes
The Welsh government Children and Communities Grant programmes seek to address the support needs of the most vulnerable children and adults in our communities through a range of…
Talk with me: Speech, Language and Communication (SLC)
The Talk With Me: Speech, Language and Communication (SLC) Delivery Plan has been developed in consultation with the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) and the Flying Start SLC Clinical Excellence Network…
BA Childhood Policy Programme
The experience of being a child in the United Kingdom has changed in terms of how children are viewed, valued, and cared for, and policymaking and research relating to children have undergone dramatic changes…
Children First pioneers
Children First is a pilot which brings together organisations to work collaboratively to improve outcomes for children and young people based around a ‘place’…
AGENDA: Supporting children and young people in making positive relationships matter
AGENDA is an online resource for educators who want to support children and young people to safely and creatively make positive relationships matter. Through starter activities and case studies…
Early Years Integration Transformation Programme
The ambition is to develop joined up and responsive Early Years’ services to ensure every child has the best start in life.
The PaCE (Parents, Childcare and Employment) project provides childcare support for parents whilst training or looking for work…
Parenting: Give it time.
‘Parenting. Give it time.’ is a campaign to provide parents of young children with support and advice and to help them encourage good behaviour while looking after their own wellbeing…
Children and young people in care
Children and young people in care and care leavers are recognised as a marginalised group and their trajectories are often characterised by…