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DOES EVERY CHILD STILL MATTER? PASTORAL CARE FOR THE NEXT DECADE

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Do all children and young people still matter in 2020? What pastoral care and support do children and young people need in the next decade?

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The Children Act (1989) and the policy document Every Child Matters (2003) were heralded as major landmark legislation and policy initiatives that would transform the nature and delivery of education, social and health services for all children and young people. In thinking about the pressures, dilemmas and challenges currently facing those working with children and young people, this conference will ask all participants to reflect on one key question:

DO ALL CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE STILL MATTER in 2020?

The challenge for those participating in the conference will be to carefully consider evidence from research, practice and experience to develop a clear, concise and reasoned response to the question. To achieve this, we intend to bring together:

Key speakers and skilled workshop facilitators

Participants from different professional and academic backgrounds

Those who play an important role in developing policy and managing services for children and young people

NAPCE is an organisation that has managed to bring together a rich mixture of professional and academic personnel. It also houses its own internationally renowned academic journal – Pastoral Care in Education.

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