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Re: Caring About Care: Promoting successful trajectories through the development of more human-scale systems of approaches that put young people’s lived experiences at the centre

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"CANNING, Rosemary (NORTH MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL NHS TRUST)" <[log in to unmask]>

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For staff working with care leavers in F and HE <[log in to unmask]>

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Hi, 
 
The link isn't working. Can you advise? 
Thanks. 
 
 
 
All good wishes, 
 
Rosie 
 
 
 
Rosie Canning ACLIP; MA. 
 
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From: For staff working with care leavers in F and HE [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Tamsin Hinton-Smith 
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Subject: Caring About Care: Promoting successful trajectories through the development of more human-scale systems of approaches that put young people’s lived experiences at the centre 
 
Caring About Care: Promoting successful trajectories through the development of more human-scale systems of approaches that put young people’s lived experiences at the centre. 
 
Tuesday 3rd July 2018, University of Sussex 
 
Dr Louise Gazeley & Dr Tamsin Hinton-Smith (University of Sussex): HE Champions Coaching Programme for Looked After Children Evaluation of a near-peer coaching model for young people considering entry to university, underpinned with therapeutic expertise. 
 
Dr Maggie Inchley (Queen Mary University of London) & Dr Sylvan Baker(Royal Central School of Speech and Drama): The Verbatim Formula A participatory action research project based at Queen Mary University involving the gathering and sharing of the personal testimonies of care-experienced young people, foster carers and social workers. 
 
Dr Fidelma Hanrahan (University of Sussex): Against All OddsA cross-national research project under taken in England, Norway and Denmark that aimed to challenge negative perceptions of the lives of young people and adults who have been in care and build more positive understandings of their experiences 
 
Other speakers will discuss the wider support systems inside and outside Higher Education, including Matthew Blood (Virtual School Head for Children Looked After, Safeguarding and Family Support, Children’s Services, Islington) who will talk about the role of the virtual school and the concerns that motivated the development of the HE Champions Coaching programme. 
 
Register by Monday 25th June 2018 at www.sussex.ac.uk/education/ctlr/activity/caringaboutcareLunch and refreshments provided 
 
SUPPORTED BY THE CENTRE FOR INNOVATION AND RESEARCH IN CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH (CIRCY) & THE CENTRE FOR SOCIAL WORK INNOVATION AND RESEARCH (CSWIR) 
 
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