Month: November 2014

MOMO Wins A Biggie!

Last Thursday, at the industry’s prestigious Children and Young People Now Awards it was selected by a panel of 16 adult and 12 young judges for the huge Advice & Guidance Award. Annabelle, Yvonne and myself were there at the Grand Connaught Rooms, London to receive the award from TV presenter

The Evaluation: How We’re Measuring MOMO

Every child in care should have access to MOMO. But to make this a reality MOMO needs to show everyone its value – not only that it works well but that it transforms young people’s experience of being involved in decisions about their care. That’s what our evaluation intends to discover. Officially speaking, we aim… Read more »

Children’s Rights: My 35 Year Experience

It was 1979 and I was a young teacher in a rural secondary school. My turn had come to do “The Morning Broadcast”, a school radio equivalent of morning assembly, without a religious theme. My choice of subject was the United Nations International Year of the Child, which marked the twentieth anniversary of the 1959… Read more »