Spielman: No silver bullet for children's social care

By Chris Mahony | 07 December 2021

Ofsted chief inspector Amanda Spielman has warned there is no ‘silver bullet’ to the long-term problems in the children’s social care sector.

In her introduction to the inspectorate’s annual report, Ms Spielman noted that conglomerates in the children’s homes market have grown larger and warned of a regional imbalance in provision – with few homes in the south-west and east of England and an abundance in the north.

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