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eBook The Team Around the Child: Multi-Agency Working in the Early Years ePub

by Iram Siraj,Karen Clarke,Martin Needham

  • ISBN: 1858564182
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Iram Siraj,Karen Clarke,Martin Needham
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Trentham Books (April 2, 2008)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1526 kb
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The most important changes to children's services in the last 20 years are set to improve the outcomes of all children from their early years on. The overall aims are to tackle child poverty, improve child protection and the education and childcare for young children, to raise standards, and to provide greater support for parents in bringing up their children. Multiagency approaches will be developed to serve the needs of local children and families.

Siraj-Blatchford, Iram; Clarke, Karen; Needham, Martin . Investigating the impact of working in multi-agency service delivery settings in the UK on early years practitioners' beliefs and practices. Reports & Papers.

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The Team around the Child: multi-agency working in the early years. Siraj-Blatchford, . Clarke, P. & Needham, M. (2001) The Team around the Child: multi-agency working in the early years. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham. Essays on Pedagogy Index for Inclusion.

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Recent government policies in relation to children stress the importance of service integration and partnership .

Recent government policies in relation to children stress the importance of service integration and partnership working, with particular emphasis on combating social exclusion. With reference to findings from a three-year empirical study, this article examines some key elements of the process of multi-agency working in services for disabled children with complex health care needs. The key components of successful multi-agency working and accompanying group processes have been explained in terms of activity theory and the sharing of different forms of knowledge and practices.

Siraj-Blatchford, . Clarke, K. and Needham, M. (eds). The Team Around the Child. Multiagency working in the early years. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham Books Ltd. Sullivan, H. and Skelcher, C. (2002) Working across boundaries. Collaboration in Public Services. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Tett, L. (2005) Partnerships, community groups and social inclusion. Studies in Continuing Education, 27 (1), 1-15 Tett, . Crowther, J. and O’Hara, P. (2003) Collaborative partnerships in community education. Journal of Education Policy, 18 (1), pp 37-51.

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Siraj-Blatchford, I. (2007). Chapter 1. In I. Siraj-Blatchford, K. Clarke, & M. Needham (Ed., The team around the child: Multi-agency working in the early years. Stoke on Trent/Sterling: Trentham Books. Smith, . & Woodiwiss, J. (2016). Sexuality, innocence and agency in narratives of childhood sexual abuse: Implications for social work. British Journal of Social Work, 46(8), 2173–2189. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Stanley, . & Humphreys, C. (2014).

The most important changes to children's services in Britain in the last 20 years are set to improve the outcomes of all children from their early years on. The overall aims are to tackle child poverty, improve child protection and the education and childcare for young children, to raise standards, and to provide greater support for parents in bringing up their children. Multi-agency approaches will be developed to serve the needs of local children and families. This massive program of change to children's services follows the Government's publication of the Children Bill and Every Child Matters: Next Steps. It presents immense challenges and these rest with local government. Key to achieving the declared goals will be the 3500 Children's Centers set up across the country that will integrate provision of education, care, family support, child protection and health services. With its multi-agency focus and underpinning theoretical perspectives, this book will be of special interest to everyone involved in Children's Centers and to the increasing numbers of early years staff involved in multi-agency working and strategies: social workers, child care staff, teachers, health managers, policy makers and advisers, and the people working directly with children and their families. It will be a useful resource for academics and students in higher education.