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At least half a million children in England don’t have a safe or stable home. These children and their families face some of the worst life chances, but we know that great social work has the power to change this. That’s why Frontline recruits and develops outstanding individuals to be social workers and leaders to transform the lives of the most vulnerable children and families.


With half a million children in England lacking a safe or stable home, there is much work to be done.

You can find out more about what we do by reading our latest news and blogs.

  • BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire – Come back to social work - Lisa Hackett, our Head of Region in the Midlands, speaks to Trish Adudu on the BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire Breakfast Show. Listen in to hear Lisa explain what we're doing at Frontline to bring people into social work, and her thoughts on how we can support social workers to remain in the profession.
  • Photo: Gareth Williams Improving emotional resilience in social work - This summer, Frontline’s North East team hosted 70 social workers from across their region at a workshop on emotional resilience. Throughout the day, they explored tools and techniques that they could use to identify, enhance and reflect upon their wellbeing.
  • The Frontline Fellowship: One year on - One year on from the launch of the Fellowship, Aimee Hardaker reflects on what fellows have been up to, the lessons we’ve learnt so far, and what’s next for the movement.