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This tool accompanies the Frontline Briefing: Communicating effectively with children under five. It provides suggestions for a 'toolkit' of communication methods, how they can be used and how they can inform assessment. Number of pages: 2Product code: CH-FBT-006
This is an open access resource.This work was commissioned by the Department for Education (DfE) and is the original text from which the summary document ‘Tackling child sexual exploitation: Advice for Professionals’ has been drawn. The document outlines the new civi
These tips and links accompany the full Frontline Briefing Online child abuse. See - www.rip.org.uk/online-abuse
Online abuse is any type of abuse that happens on the web, whether through social networks, playing online games or using mobile phones. Children and young people may
This chart briefly summarises some of the approaches and tools that a practitioner can draw on to communicate effectively with children under five. It also looks at how these might be used to inform an assessment. Number of pages: 2<br/ >Product code: CH-FBT-007
This guide explains how to search for relevant research and evaluations via databases, websites and search engines on the internet. It includes things to consider when formulating your search terms, and how to increase the amount of relevant literature found by searching systemat
This package outlines how to carry out a survey. It includes a guide, checklist and an ethics guide for surveys. Number of pages: 13 Preview available.
This package provides an introduction to designing closed and open questions within surveys, including their benefits and limitations. It also outlines possible pitfalls when designing questions, such as leading and double questions, and includes a questionnaire template and an e
This guide and tool provide information about how best to present and report on your research or evaluation findings. They provides pointers and an example of presenting your findings in a useful and engaging way, and should be used alongside the relevant research and evaluation
This briefing is for frontline practitioners across Children's Services. It offers research findings on why communicating with children under five is so important, how this can be done effectively and what the barriers are.
This resource explores the concept of emotional resilience and how this can be promoted and supported within social workers in order to improve practice and service delivery. It discusses:
what emotional resilience is
social work and emotional resilience
how teams can develop em