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How to build resilience to combat stress

Stress and resilience is hugely significant in person-focused roles such as health and social care. Senior Social Work Lecturer, Stephen Mordue, explores the three pillars of resilience and how we can make small changes in our lives to build resilience and combat stress in professional practice.

The effect of stress on young people

This month is National Stress Awareness Month, a campaign set up to raise awareness of the growing impact stress has on society and outline the ways in which people affected can seek support. This is an especially important initiative for our sectors and we welcome centres to join us in supporting this awareness month.

Raising expectations in intergenerational interventions – should we?

National Intergenerational Week (23rd – 29th March) is all about celebrating those moments and places where different age groups come together for a shared benefit.

Young carers share their stories

Recent research from Action for Children found that young carers average £12,000 of unpaid work a year.

An introduction to T Levels in Education and Childcare from CACHE

In February last year, the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (the Institute) and the Department for Education (DfE) announced they had chosen NCFE to be the delivery partner for the Education and Childcare T Level.

CACHE Conferences 2020

We were delighted to welcome close to 300 delegates to our recent conferences held in London and Leeds. Delegates at this year’s events had the opportunity to hear from leading experts from a broad range of fields such as, social care, neurology, mental health, and intergenerational care.

Commission Launched on Future of the Early Years Workforce

A group of early years sector experts have joined forces to launch the Early Years Workforce Commission, to undertake a review of the workforce challenges facing the sector and develop comprehensive and workable solutions.

Tips for teachers: Preparing for an Ofsted inspection

Following the introduction of the new Education Inspection Framework (EIF) this blog provides useful tips for teachers on how to prepare for Ofsted inspections.

Withdrawal of government funding for low volume qualifications

The Government has issued further information on the withdrawal of funding approval from qualifications with low and no publicly funded enrolments, as part of the Level 3 and below review.

Do shorter school break times harm children’s health and wellbeing?

‘Breaktime and social life in schools’ (BaSiS) is a recent research project to consider the impact of reduced break times to holistic health and wellbeing.

We’re #AllFiredUp for National Apprenticeship Week!

Organised by the government, National Apprenticeship Week (3-7 February) is an annual week-long celebration of apprenticeships across England.

Time to make a difference: improving the lives of children and their families

With the rise of mental health issues in children and young people during recent years, according to the Children’s Society, children’s happiness with life is at its lowest in a decade.

New CPD qualification for Early Years Practitioners developed by CACHE

CACHE has developed a new CPD qualification for practitioners working in Early Years settings, to support learners to take on the role of a PANCo. Early Years experts from PurpleBee Learning and the Cambridge Childhood Partnership (CCP), have shown their support for this qualification.

Self care and resilience – Stephen Mordue

In this article originally written for CACHE Alumni, Stephen Mordue discusses how the role of emotional resilience is essential for being able to cope with the stressors of our day to day lives.

Children’s Care, Learning and Development qualifications

We communicated with you in March 2019 regarding changes to the Children’s Care, Learning and Development qualifications. We now have more information we’d like to share.

Recruit, Retain, Upskill: Developing a Gold Standard Childcare Workforce

November saw Hawk Training and CACHE host a joint event at London’s Crowne Plaza Hotel with the theme Recruit, Retain, Upskill. The aim of the event was to bring the early years sector together to address common challenges, share best practice, network and get new ideas on recruiting and retaining the best talent to develop a gold standard childcare workforce.

The change process, parents and Relationships, Sex and Health Education

Consulting parents about the school Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) policy is a requirement of the new legislation which applies from September 2020. Lucy Emmerson, Director at Sex Education Forum discusses some of the steps your school could take to build regular communication about RSE and Health Education.

5 benefits of accredited training

Getting your internal and external training accredited can provide employers, companies and learners with a range of benefits that can add to the value and quality of your training programmes.

Kick start careers in care at school

Careers in social care and early years education offer long term career prospects with opportunity for promotion and progression, as well as job security.

The forgotten workforce: supporting carers’ rights

Every day 6,000 people in the UK become carers, often this is something that has not been planned which leaves individuals feeling unprepared, bewildered and overwhelmed.

The future of care: how technology is transforming care

From mobile lifting chairs helping a person up after a fall, to self-steadying cutlery assisting those with hand tremors, technology in health and social care is on the rise and could change the sector beyond recognition.