Describe the roles of other organisations working with children and young people and how these may impact on the work of schools.
The Children’s Legal Centre
The Children’s Legal Centre is an independent national charity concerned with law and policy affecting children and young people. It is committed to promoting children’s rights in the UK and worldwide. The Children’s Legal Centre works to ensure that children’s interests are represented at every level of the legal process and in the production of legislation.
Part of their work is the Migrant Children’s Project. This aims to ensure that refugee, asylum seeking and migrant children are able to obtain the services and assistance to which they are legally entitled. CLC provides detailed advice on their rights and entitlements, and on the impact of immigration law on services to children.
The Family Fund is a registered charity covering the UK and is funded by the governments of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
They are the largest independent grant-giving organisation helping low-income families for a severely disabled child. They support families by providing grants that relate to the needs of their disabled child or young person. In 2009 – 10, the Fund distributed £32.8 million to over 55,000 families.
They give grants for things that make life easier and more enjoyable for the disabled child, young person and their family, such as washing machines, driving lessons, computers and holidays.
National Association of Toy and Leisure Libraries
The National Association of Toy and Leisure Libraries (NATLL) was founded in 1972 and is the national body for toy and leisure libraries in the UK. They use the campaign title “Play Matters”.
They aim to create and support high quality play opportunities throughout the UK by providing advice and support, training, toy appraisal and information and ideas.
They believe that:
· Every child has the...
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