We seek to build a justice system which all of its citizens believe is fair and effective. To deliver this, we:
· Identify, design, support and spread innovative practice to solve problems and test new ideas.
· Promote evidence and innovative practice in justice policy reform, helping policymakers remove the barriers to innovation experienced by practitioners.
· Share ideas and practice across jurisdictions, especially through our unique partnership with the Center for Court Innovation and our alliances with organisations in the UK.
Halliwell is a social enterprise generating best practice thinking.
The model of Restorative Parenting® is holistic providing the space – environmental and interpersonal – for improved psychological well-being for looked after children. Alongside our children’s homes our Ofsted GOOD schools work in partnership to create a holistic therapeutic approach.
Restorative Parenting® measures the child’s recovery: engagement with learning, developing self-care skills, forming relationships and attachments, building positive self perception, developing self-management skills and self-awareness, becoming more emotionally competent.
The Programme is delivering improving outcomes. In the last 18 months we have seen 63% of children leaving the Programme move to fostering/kinship placements.
Our vision is focused on young people. We believe all young people should have the confidence and skills they need to live, learn, work and achieve.
Our mission is to unlock young people’s potential by providing high quality support and opportunities.
NYA has been transforming lives through youth work for 50 years. We are the national body for youth work. Skilled youth workers build relationships that support young people to explore their personal, social and educational development. Youth work enables young people to develop their voice, influence and place within society.
Next Step Care Management Ltd (NSCM) provides accommodation and support to vulnerable young people (16+) and vulnerable adults (YP/A) enabling them to achieve positive outcomes.
NSCM philosophy is based upon a belief that YP should be provided with the means to move forward through adolescence into adulthood in a safe and supportive way.
We provide a flexible, responsive and needs led service that promotes life skills, supporting YP to transition to independence. The service is tailored to meet the needs of each YP through ongoing observation, assessment monitoring, role modelling and shadowing.
Phoenix Learning and Care was established in 2006 and has more than 40 services across the South West of England including residential children’s homes and adult supported living services. We provide education in schools delivering KS2 to KS4 curriculum for those with special educational needs and further education through our specialist college.
Our mission is to meet an individual’s social or educational needs. Phoenix enables people to flourish by always putting those we support at the centre of our thinking and practice. Our aim is simple; to improve an individual’s skills and abilities, help them cope with their life experiences and give them the knowledge and skills to be effective, productive and valued members of society.
This year has highlighted the importance of safe, nurturing relationships that we can depend on over time, through thick and thin. We know that four in five young people see lasting and fulfilling relationships as at least as important as their work ambitions.
At their best, families and friends help protect us through the difficult times and support us to develop the skills, confidence and resilience we need to thrive throughout life.
We connect people, spark collaborations and nurture ways that improve family stability to create an inclusive, committed and compassionate future for everyone.