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Published 22 September 2023

Coram launches School Exclusions Hub for professionals supporting families

Coram has launched the UK’s largest online resource covering every aspect of school exclusions – The School Exclusions Hub gives professionals, charities, and community organisations working with families and young people the vital information they need to understand the exclusion process and challenge exclusion.

Published 8 September 2023

CCLC’s Qaisar Sheikh wins Legal Hero award

Qaisar Sheikh, Head of Education Law at Coram Children’s Legal Centre (CCLC), was unveiled as one of the winners of the prestigious Legal Hero Awards 2023, run by the Law Society.

Published 1 August 2023

Just for Kids Law transfers educational exclusion, homelessness and youth opportunities work to Coram to make a bigger difference for young people

Coram and Just for Kids Law (JfKL) have today announced that JfKL is transferring its educational exclusion and homelessness work to the Coram Group, in a development that will significantly strengthen services for children and young people who need support.

Published 27 January 2023

Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves meets with Coram team in her Leeds constituency

The Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rachel Reeves, today met with staff from Coram Children’s Legal Centre (CCLC) and Coram Family and Childcare (CFC) at CCLC’s Leeds office, to hear about Coram’s work to support families in a number of key areas.

Published 21 November 2022

Young people share their experiences on Coram’s Young Citizens programme

Lizzie Gilbert, Research and Evaluation Officer at Coram, describes what young people told us about their experiences of Coram’s Young Citizens programme.

Published 30 September 2022

Colchester MP Will Quince visits Coram’s leading legal advice services for young people and families

Today (Friday 30 September), Will Quince, MP for Colchester, visited the Child Law Advice Service (CLAS), a free specialist legal advice and information service that supports over 15,000 parents, carers and young people across England each year, and receives over two million downloads of its website information pages annually.