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Ann Marie Christian sets out how the Children And Social Work Act is aiming to strengthen the 30-year-old idea of ‘corporate parenting’

What did the new act, which takes effect in 2019, say about relationships education for 4 and 5 year olds? Safeguarding consultant Ann Marie Christian explains

What pressures do managers face specific to children with special needs, and how should they deal with them? In the first of a new series on the subject, Karen Faux reviews the legal framework

In light of the Grenfell Tower disaster, which claimed at least 80 lives in June, Meredith Jones Russell looks at current fire safety advice and how it might affect childcare settings

In this new four-part series on what the new Children and Social Work Act means for the early years sector, we look at changes to the local safeguarding procedures. By Ann Marie Christian

Our resident employment lawyer, Caroline Robins, senior associate solicitor at Eversheds Sutherland, answers your questions

What children’s rights are legally, and how they should be promoted. By Professor Priscilla Alderson

Our resident employment lawyer, Caroline Robins, principal associate solicitor at Eversheds Sutherland, answers your questions

The act enshrines in law a series of changes to the social work profession. Some controversial clauses led to the bill having a rocky ride through Parliament.

Our resident employment lawyer, Caroline Robins, senior associate solicitor at Eversheds Sutherland, answers your questions

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