Practical early intervention: the case for retaining a local authority funded education welfare service

Paper that outlines the practical case for retaining a local authority funded education welfare service (also sometimes known as the education or school social work service) which has with a clear remit for providing support to children and young people who are at risk of poor educational outcomes due to their poor attendance and behaviour.

It has been compiled jointly by the National Association for Social Workers in Education (NASWE) and the Association of Education Welfare Managers (AEWM), who are the two professional associations representing education welfare officers (EWOs) and other staff who work to support school
attendance, along with Aspect, the trade union and professional association which represents members across children’s services.

Author: 
National Association of Social Workers in Education (NASWE)
Author: 
Association Of Education Welfare Managers (AEWN)
Published: 
2011
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