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About Write Enough

Write Enough benefited from the support and expertise of its advisory group. We would like to thank its members for all their assistance in developing these training materials.

Advisory group members

Katie Prince Lincolnshire Social Services
John Page Kensington and Chelsea Social Services
Liz Kidd Wiltshire County Council
Susie Rowlands Kingston Social Services Department
Nina Biehal University of York
David Hill Tower Hamlets Social Services Department
Gordon Smith UKCentric Ltd
Helen Jones Department for Education and Skills (formerly Department of Health)
John Rowlands Department for Education and Skills (formerly Department of Health)

We would like to thank Jenny Gray at the Department for Education and Skills (formerly Department of Health), who led this project, for her enthusiasm and encouragement.

We would also like to thank colleagues at the Universities of London and East Anglia for their comments and advise on the materials, in particular Professor June Thoburn at UEA and Professor Jane Tunstill at Royal Holloway College, University of London.

A number of individuals provided materials and advice on specific areas of the pack. We would like to acknowledge the following contributions:

Foster care training course

Sukey Tarr - Freelance trainer
Helen Jones- Department for Education and Skills (formerly Department of Health)

Recording in residential care

John Page - Kensington and Chelsea Social Services

Recording resources

Jane Scott - University of Loughborough

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Copyright

© 2003 Queens printer and controller of HMSO. Produced for the Department of Health by Stephen Walker, David Shemmings and Hedy Cleaver.

The authors have asserted their moral rights in accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 to be identified as the authors of this work.

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or otherwise transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission in writing of the publisher, apart from the exception stated below.

Any part of this publication may be reproduced without fee or prior permission subject to the following conditions: that the copyright and authorship of the material is acknowledged; that the copies are used solely for training purposes.

The video clip of the Whitchurch Family is from 'The Child's World: assessing children in Need' © 2000 NSPCC and The University of Sheffield and is reproduced with the kind permission of the authors.

The video clips of Dean Hopkins, Jackie Allen and Haley James are taken from Taking Care Taking Control © 1996 Crown Copyright and is reproduced with the kind permission of The Department of Health and Hawkshead.

 
 

 
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