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In 2019, the Timpson Review made a range of recommendations to Government, to better support children and young people at risk of exclusion. Many of those recommendations have not yet been ...
25% increase in persistently absent pupils 61% of persistently absent pupils were eligible for free school meals, in contact with children’s services or had special educational needs and disabilities...
Social Finance NL has been awarded funding to explore with Social Finance UK how to scale up the Individual Placement Support (IPS) approach across five European countries. The European Social...
We're pleased to report that our Collaborative Demand Modelling tool has been nominated for two iNetwork Innovation Awards: one for partner excellence, and another for Covid-19 response. The tool was...
Preventing violence is a priority for many young people in the UK who feel its impacts through fear, stress, loss, and physical harm. As well as being directly impacted by it, young people also talk...
We are delighted to share the news that Mental Health and Employment Partnership (MHEP) services have now supported over 1,000 people with severe mental illnesses, drug and alcohol addictions, or...
Social Finance is inviting applications to tailor and deliver the Data Analyst Level 4 apprenticeship course to children’s services data analysts in councils across England. Social Finance has...
New report sets out 12 lessons for successful systems change from impactful domestic abuse perpetrator programme. Charities, funders and public bodies tackling social problems should seek to address...
The Skill Mill is an intensive six month work programme designed to help vulnerable young people break the cycle of re-offending and gain work experience. Over 224 young people involved in serious...
Read the press release Girls who are ‘informally’ excluded are absent from official school exclusion statistics, whereas boys are much more likely to go through formal processes. A new report by...

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