Writing analytical section 7 reports for private proceedings
Author: Sarah Parsons, Cafcass principal social worker and assistant director
Publication Date: 20 April 2017
Photo: John Birdsall/Rex
Learning points How to approach writing section 7 welfare reports when requested by the court. Advice on keeping the child at the centre of the report, even if you have not met them very often. Ways to shift from a narrative to analytical style that gets your point across. This guide forms part of Inform […]
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