Tag: Troubled Families

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Professionals Rally Round to Dramatically Reduce the Number of Children Being Permanently Excluded From Schools

A unique service in Peterborough, dedicated to reducing the number of children permanently excluded in schools, is helping to provide a range of specialist support to children with additional needs…

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Shropshire’s ‘whole family’ approach gets to the heart of early intervention service delivery

Across Shropshire, partners are using E-CINS to work together and share relevant information. The multi-agency approach, the training that has been undertaken, the engagement with schools and the partnership with…

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How Northamptonshire Police are reducing school exclusions

Every year around 5’000 young people are excluded from school. Many of these turn to crime and only 15% return to mainstream education. In an effort to intervene earlier, Northamptonshire…

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E-CINS – Improving Efficiencies Around Troubled Families Report Submissions

Allan Lugrin, Families with Future Analyst at Borough of Poole spoke to us about the work his team is doing around Troubled Families and ECORYS Submissions. “Initially we were using…

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E-CINS – Managing Troubled Families

“One of the best examples I can give of where E-CINS has helped with my cases is when there have been updates posted on related cases which are linked to…

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Creating an Electronic Family Assessment

The process of creating an assessment is quick and simple. When an assessment is started it automatically ‘pulls through’ the family members you have previously identified. This speeds up the…

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Suffolk Family Focus – Troubled Families

Issue: As part of the Government’s initiative to turn around the lives of 120,000 troubled families in the UK, Suffolk County Council needed to find a solution that would enable…