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Managing Change – Starting School

We hope you have had a great summer holiday with your family, with the holidays soon coming to a close, we’ve consulted with our education experts again; this time to give you some advice and tips on how to manage the transition back to school; particularly focusing on children starting primary school and those moving up from primary to secondary school.

The Great Behaviour Breakdown - Birmingham 3 Day Course

A 3-day Intensive workshop aimed at Adoptive Parents and Foster Carers, that provides step-by-step instructions on how to effectively reduce and eliminate 27 difficult behaviours. Running 24th – 26th November 2015 in Birmingham.

Impact of Kids Company Closure

It is a tragic event when an innovative and well-funded voluntary agency set up to help the most disadvantaged children has to close. One unintended side-effect has been that because of allegations in the press of mismanagement and financial impropriety, service users, funders, commissioners and staff in other voluntary sector agencies have lost confidence in the probity of the rest of the sector. As a Voluntary Adoption Agency we are, like other Adoption Agencies, the most highly regulated and inspected type of agency in the sector. We are feeling something of the ripple effect from the closure of Kids Company. We hope this loss of confidence does not generalise out to the sector as whole which is well managed and whose limited finances are prudently spent.

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