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The sessions were very interesting, covering a good range of topics with a number of engaging and insightful speakers. The event provided a really excellent overview of how agencies across the CJS had adjusted to working under the restrictions brought in by the COVID-19 pandemic and the innovative ways to overcome the challenges.

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Brilliant debate and actionable outputs from a wide mix of delegates from across the healthcare sector.

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This was a fantastic networking opportunity! There were useful resources made accessible, and lots of practical ideas were shared that I can now put into practice within my own organisation.

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Latest Articles

Tackling student loneliness during remote education delivery 17th June 2021 As the pandemic hurtles unprecedented challenges at universities, the mental health of students remains of paramount importance. Addressing Covid-19 disruption to the Higher Education sector, Keith Tully of Real Business Rescue, discusses how tackling student loneliness can contribute towards your long-term success. Continue
Report shows 70% of secondary school students admit to future career fear 10th June 2021 The Careers after Covid report published by Launch Your Career, has revealed that 70% of secondary school students do not know or are unsure about what they want to do for a career when they leave school. Read about the report findings and what they mean for education in schools. Continue
Guest post: The two areas that the SEND Review cannot afford to forget 2nd June 2021 The SEND reforms in 2014 were the right reforms, but the implementation has fallen far short of the ambition. The 2021 SEND Review provides an opportunity to accelerate progress towards effective SEND provision and an inclusive education system, Professor Adam Boddison explains. Continue
Summer of Literacy to support children and young people in building skills and resilience for the next school year 20th May 2021 Children need help to catch up on school days lost to the pandemic - especially those children and young people who are disadvantaged or who are experiencing SEND. Learn how AfA's Summer of Literacy is working to support children and young people in preparing for the next school year. Continue

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