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Children's views on government proposals in relation to changes to children's homes, to care planning, and to supporting children who run away from care.  This report also includes what makes a children’s home a good one and about when a children’s home should be closed, and if and when a poor children’s home should be kept open for a while to meet the needs of the children.

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This Westminster Hall debate on 19 April 2016 was led by Anne Coffey (Stockport). She expressed concern about children and young people being placed out of their local authority area, noting that “the present situation in the continuing unequal distribution of children’s homes demonstrates a continuing catastrophic failure of the care market for some children. It seems to be working for the providers but not for the children themselves”.

This Debate Pack contains a Library briefing and Parliamentary and press coverage of the issues.

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The pack includes information about the children and young people who depend on children’s homes for their care; the quality, supply and provision of the homes themselves; how different local authorities use children’s homes. It has been updated with new analysis, including new sections on the relationship between children and their residential care placement, and outcomes for children in, or who have been in, residential care.

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This abstract details a rapid response study to promote improved understanding of the children's residential care market.

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'A retrospective critical analysis of family support in practice within a residential care setting' abstract
Dr Marie L. Caltabiano and Rosamund Thorpe
Published in Child Care in Practice, Volume 13, Issue 2, April 2007

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DfE 15 Children's residential care market JUN 15.pdf

This research on how to improve the market for children's residential care looks at how the children’s residential care market operates, the financial stability of the market’s main operators, and the possibility of developing a national benchmarking model to evaluate costs.

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This report presents the results of a survey of ICHA members and warns that a culture of 'anti-residential feeling' must be challenged if children’s homes are to survive.

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This abstract provides details of the second survey of children’s homes providers. The initial survey was in June 2015. The primary aim of the survey is to obtain a “point-in-time” picture of the state of the sector based on the reported experiences of providers.

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This abstract provides details of the third survey of children's homes providers. The initial survey was in June 2015 followed by a second survey in February 2016. This latest version was carried out in October and November 2016.

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This is the fourth survey of Children’s Homes providers.

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DfE 14 In House Special Edition JAN 14.pdf

This issue covers the changes to the Children’s Homes Regulations 2001 and Care Planning, Placement and Case Review Regulations 2010 that come in to force in January and April 2014.

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This newsletter is produced by the Department for Education for the residential sector and combines policy updates, news headlines, young people's views, opinions, editorials and good practice.

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This newsletter is produced by the Department for Education for the residential sector and combines policy updates, news headlines, young people's views, opinions, editorials and good practice.

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This newsletter is produced by the Department for Education for the residential sector and combines policy updates, news headlines, young people's views, opinions, editorials and good practice.

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The Education Committee's inquiry into the Government's proposals with regard to residential children's homes. Evidence given by Sussex Police, Wiltshire Police, Association of Chief Police Officers lead on missing people, Rochdale Borough Safeguarding Children Board, Children’s Society, Advanced Childcare, Association of Directors of Children's Services, Stockport Council and North London Strategic Alliance.

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The pack (an update of 2013 pack) provides information on the children in the homes, the homes and their quality, their location and ownership, their cost, and the children’s homes market. For the first time, the inspection judgements awarded to the homes of the largest private providers are included.

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This is a report on the outcomes of the consultation about the arrangements for the inspection of children's homes.

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Key points for the July to September quarter include there were fewer inspections; fewer homes received good or better Overall Effectiveness judgements; an increase in the proportion of homes receiving inadequate judgements; local authority and voluntary-run homes received a higher proportion of good or better judgements than privately-run homes.

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This document sets out the framework and guidance for the inspection of children’s homes. It should be read alongside the evaluation schedule for the inspection of children’s homes.

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