This guide builds on the policy laid out in "Working Together Under the Children Act (1989)". Part I explores the reasons for working in partnership with families and the principles on which such work should be based, while Part II provides practical advice on how partnership can be used to ensure the appropriate protection of children. Prepared after a particularly wide consultation, the guide draws extensively on the ideas of practitioners, managers and researchers and on the views of parents and children, to provide valuable advice on how to establish an environment in which partnership with families can thrive.
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