Social workers deployed in schools to spot neglect

Tes reports …

Social workers will be placed in schools across the country to help identify children at risk of abuse and neglect, the government has announced.

Nearly £10 million of funding from the Department for Education (DfE) has been announced for projects aimed at boosting the educational outcomes of vulnerable children and keeping them safe from harm.

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