Families are often reluctant to engage with social workers, but there seems to be a shift towards families valuing their social worker more.
Challenging times force us to look beyond our usual ways of working. The pandemic is pushing us towards more collaboration and more creativity.
The hidden stars of the coronavirus crisis have been the hundreds of thousands of ordinary neighbours looking out for one another up and down the UK.
Check out Frontline’s latest news and blogs, and see where we’ve been featured in the press.
We are working with Tortoise Media to host a series of discussions around the country on issues in social work. Journalist and facilitator Polly Curtis writes a summary of the first event we held in partnership with Tortoise last week.
With applications to join our 2020 Cohort now open, the Frontline recruitment team have put together some top tips for applicants.
Social workers are highly trained professionals. Their wide skillset reflects the variety and diversity of their work. Read this to find out about some of the skills you will develop as a social worker on the Frontline programme.
Applications have opened for 452 participants to join the 2020 Cohort of the Frontline programme, working with vulnerable children and families across England.
Watch our fourth weekly video from the summer institute, which gives you an insight into what its like to join the Frontline programme.
Watch our third weekly video from the summer institute, which gives you an insight into what its like to join the Frontline programme.
We are seeking a supplier to work with us on delivering and monitoring a targeted digital marketing strategy for the Frontline programme.
Watch our second weekly video from the summer institute, which gives you an insight into what its like to join the Frontline programme.
We spoke to Lesley Holden, Principal Social Worker at Gateshead, to find out what impact partnering with Frontline has had on the local authority.
Over half a million children in England do not have a safe or stable home. But we know that social work has the power to change the lives of these children and their families. That’s why we are dedicated to developing excellent practice and leadership, both inside and outside of social work. Our media team is available for comment, interviews and information.
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