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Publications 27 May 2022
Infrastructure and longterm wellbeing
This commentary report accompanies a rapid review of evidence about how physical infrastructure influences long-term wellbeing, commissioned by the Welsh Government to help inform its...
Publications 11 March 2022
Children’s social services and care rates in Wales: A survey of the sector
Wales has seen a rise in both the number and rate of children looked after. The rate is now higher than any time since the 1980...
Publications 22 September 2021
Multi-agency working and outcomes for children looked after
‘At risk’ children and families will frequently interact with multiple agencies and services. It has been a long-held aspiration that these bodies and the services...
Publications 22 February 2021
Education attainment: Responding to the Coronavirus pandemic
This briefing note summarises findings drawn from an initial scan of the evidence on the international education response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Publications 9 September 2020
Children looked after in Wales
On 31st March 2019, there were 6,845 children looked after in Wales, a further increase of 440 compared to the previous year. As a result, the gap between...
Publications 3 March 2020
International approaches to managing placement provision for children and young people looked after
This report presents the findings of a review of the international evidence on approaches to managing placement provision for children and young peopled looked after,...
Publications 17 February 2020
What do children and young people looked after and their families think about care?
Care-experienced children and young people as well as their families have unique perspectives on the care system and incorporating their views into decision-making has a...
Publications 14 May 2019
Analysis of the Factors Contributing to the High Rates of Care in Wales
On 31st March 2018, there were 6,405 children looked after in Wales, almost 1,900 more children than were looked after in 2006. Over that time Wales has consistently had...