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The British Workman numbers 1-36

This file contains 1 volume. This volume has been digitised. The digitised volume has been divided into 5 parts:

  • The British Workman numbers 1-8
  • The British Workman numbers 9-17
  • The British Workman numbers 18-26
  • The British Workman numbers 27-30
  • The British Workman numbers 31-36

Orkney child abuse inquiry newspaper cuttings

This file contains 1 folder containing 92 articles:

  • Photocopies and press cuttings of articles relating to the events surrounding the suspected child abuse in Orkney and subsequent enquiry. Articles from mostly from the "Glasgow Herald" and also "Independent on Sunday", "Scotsman" and "Community Care" journal.

Scottish Advisory Council on Child Care (SACCC) meeting papers and correspondence

This file contains 29 items:

  • Minutes of the SACCC meeting on 28 October 1960
  • Papers regarding adoption conference in Edinburgh on 20 January 1961
  • Minutes and papers of the SACCC meeting on 27 January 1961 including -- agenda -- letters to Lady Elliot from the Scottish Education Department regarding the report of the Ingelby Committee on Children and Young Persons
  • Minutes and agenda for the SACCC meeting on 14 July 1961
  • Report of Remand Homes Committee, SACCC, 27 July 1961
  • Minute of the ACCO Scottish Region meeting on 6 October 1961
  • Confidential report, The direction and content of activities in the child care service, preliminary report no. 7, October 1961
  • List of SACCC members 1961
  • Minutes and papers of the SACCC meeting on 24 November 1961 including -- agenda -- circular letter regarding financial assistance for voluntary children’s homes, 3 November 1961
  • List of SACCC members 1961
  • Circular letter no. 31 from the Scottish Education Department regarding remand homes in Scotland, 3 January 1962
  • Minutes and papers of the SACCC meeting on 23 March 1962 including -- agenda -- minutes of the previous meeting -- confidential report, The child care service at work: report of a study of four working weeks in the Children’s Departments of seven Scottish local authorities, February 1962
  • Minutes and papers for the SACCC meeting on 19 October 1962 including -- agenda -- copy of letter to the Chairman from the Secretary of State regarding the report of the Committee on Remand Homes, 1 October 1962
  • Agenda for SACCC meeting on 18 January 1963
  • Minutes and papers for SACC meeting on 24 May 1963 including agenda -- list of members 1963
  • Minutes and agenda for SACCC meeting on 18 October 1963

Scottish Advisory Council on Child Care papers including child care related course leaflets, correspondence and Scottish departments’ circular letters

This file contains 17 items:

  • Scottish Home Department leaflets for refresher training courses for probation officers, children’s officers and child care officers, staffs of children’s homes, supervisors of students in practical training, staffs of hostels and training homes, child care officers, October 1960-September 1962
  • Miscellaneous pamphlets regarding training including -- The Scottish College of Commerce certificate course in social work -- transcript of the Charles Russell memorial lecture given on 1 December 1961 on ‘The training of girls in the Scottish borstal system’ -- International Association of Schools and Social Work, European regional seminar on the teaching of social work with individuals, groups and communities, September 1962
  • Letters to Vera Hiddleston from the Scottish Education Department, Department of Health for Scotland, Scottish Home Department regarding the Younghusband Study Group and the development of professional training courses, 14 October 1960 – 28 December 1961
  • Correspondence between Vera Hiddleston, Scottish Probation Officers’ Training Centre to ACCO and SACCC representatives regarding the provision of training for child care officers on the pilot Younghusband course at the Scottish College of Commerce, 21 November 1962 – 30 November 1962
  • Scottish Education Department circular letter no. 51, Remand homes in Scotland, 27 December 1962
  • Scottish Education Department circular letter no. 1/1963, Establishment of experimental approved school and attached approved school assessment form for protestant boys of 13 or over, 4 January 1963
  • Letter from the Secretary of State for Scotland regarding the Remand Home Service, 31 October 1962
  • Scottish Office child care circular letters and correspondence regarding training for child care officers, staffing of children’s homes, prevention of neglect of children, and voluntary homes, 23 January 1963 – 31 October 1963
  • Newspaper cutting titled, Remand children may get TV set, undated

RSSPCC Overnewton Centre reports and related correspondence

This file contains 9 items:

  • Initial review: Overnewton Centre, RSSPCC special unit, with annotations to the list of centre staff and management committeec1980s
  • RSSPCC Special Unit, Overnewton Centre: Review of operations from 1st January 1978, c1978
  • Letter from Professor FH Stone, University of Glasgow, to Vera Hiddleston regarding the centre, 15 December 1982
  • Letters from FA Boddy, University of Glasgow, to Vera Hiddleston regarding views on the future development of the centre, 20 January 1983 and 11 February 1983
  • Correspondence between Vera Hiddleston to John J McKay MP regarding the role of the centre and the need for funding for it to continue as a ‘national’ unit, 17 February 1983 and 16 March 1983
  • Final report, RSSPCC, Special Unit, Overnewton Centre 1978-1987, with foreword by Vera Hiddleston, March 1987
  • RSSPCC Special Unit, Management Committee paper, The future work of the unit: views of sponsors, undated
  • Leaflet for the Overnewton Centre, RSSPCC special unit, undated

The specialist RSPCC Overnewton Centre was established at a time when treatment of families where non-accidental injury of children had occurred was starting to have impetus. It offered an education or re-education into family living in a mixed discipline group. Planning for the unit began in 1974. It was based in a former primary school at Yorkhill, Glasgow, and offered intensive case work service to up to 25 families where abuse of children was suspected. Vera Hiddleston was chair of the Management Committee of the centre. The Centre received substantial funding from the Scottish Office. It closed in 1993.

General child abuse related reports and studies

This file contains 16 items:

  • British Association of Social Workers letter regarding appointment of Committees of the Council, 15 December 1971 (folder 1)
  • Social Work Services Group circular no. SW3/1973 regarding the Adoption Act 1968 (commencement no. 1) Order, 30 January 1973 (folder 1)
  • NHS Circular no. 1975 (Gen) 5, Non-accidental injury to children, 18 April 1975 (folder 1)
  • Child abuse, methods and myths, c1980s (folder 1)
  • Social Work Services Group, Central Advisory Service report, Issues affecting the role of the reporter in child abuse cases, and inserted photocopy of circular letter from the Social Work Services Group regarding the report, January 1981 (folder 1)
  • Social Work Services Group circular letter regarding Child Abuse, February 1981 (folder 1)
  • Report by Norman Dunning on the 5th International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect, Montreal, September 1984, on the theme Preventing child abuse: a community responsibility, 4 October 1984 (folder 1)
  • Book review by Norman Dunning and David Gough of “Trends in child abuse” by Susan J Creighton, NSPCC (1984), 10th December 1984 (folder 1)
  • Bexley Social Services and Metropolitan Police, child sexual abuse: joint investigative programme, Bexley experiment, c1986 (folder 1)
  • Book review of “Child Abuse within the Family”, edited by Ruth Porter, Ciba Foundation, 31st January 1985 (folder 1)
  • Case study: Strathclyde Social Work Department child abuse training pack for the CAS seminar, Preparation and support of social workers in child abuse cases on 6-7 March 1986 (folder 1)
  • Report, A longitudinal study of child abuse in Glasgow, Volume I: The children who were registered, by Gough, Boddy, Dunning and Stone, University of Glasgow and Greater Glasgow Health Board, May 1987 and inserted letter from David Gough, University of Glasgow Department of Child Health and Obstetrics, to Vera Hiddleston, regarding the report, 5 June 1987 and handwritten notes, undated (folder 2)
  • Give an evaluation of the theoretical principles which inform your management/training/consultancy project, what are the main issues in your efforts to transfer these to practical actions? Essay by Norma Buchanan, Dundee Placement, 26 June 1990 (folder 2)
  • Association of Child Care Officers- Report of the working party appointed to submit evidence on the care of handicapped children, c1990 (folder 2)
  • Collaborative practice between health and social work- its implications for decision making in cases of child abuse, by Netta Maciver and Patricia McCormack, Overnewton Centre, RSSPCC special unit, undated (folder 2)
  • Photocopy of Scottish map detailing regional teams, undated (folder 2)
  • 2 pages of handwritten notes, undated (folder 2)

Orkney child abuse inquiry related reports, articles and briefing papers

This file contains 9 items:

  • Report on children’s hearing cases in Kirkwall 4 April 1991 before Sheriff D Kelbie, undated
    Article for Glasgow Herald from Tony Worthington, Labour MP for Clydebank and Milngavie, 15th April - 1991 
  • Letter to John Gilbert, Editor, Social Work Today from AMM Wood regarding reference to RSSPCC workers in Orkney case, 16 April 1991 
  • Annual General Meeting, briefing paper 5, Orkney: professional issues: the RSSPCC Perspective, April 1991 
  • Annual General Meeting, briefing paper 6, Why the RSSPCC supports the appeal against Sheriff Kelbie’s judgement, April 1991
  • Overnewton Centre, Working with families where child sexual abuse has occurred: a review of practice 1987-1991, c1991 
  • Overnewton Centre, Child sexual abuse project 1987-1991: management committee report for sponsoring agencies, October 1991 
  • Submission to the Orkney Inquiry conducted by Lord Clyde, Overnewton Centre, child sexual abuse project, February 1992 
  • Photocopy of Orkney inquiry report: part five summary, 27 October 1992

Following allegations of organised sexual abuse involving the children and parents of several families in Orkney, children believed to be at risk were removed from their homes between November 1990 and February1991 and placed with foster carers on the mainland. On the 4th April 1991 at Children’s Hearing regarding the case the Sheriff deemed the proceedings incompetent and the children were returned to Orkney. The case received massive media attention and sensationalised reports in the press at the time.

Richard Clark child abuse inquiry related papers

This file contains 8 items:

  • British Association of Social Workers memorandum to the committee of the inquiry, 2 September 1974
  • British Association of Social Workers circular no. 169 regarding the inquiry, December 1974
  • Handwritten letter to Vera Hiddleston regarding regarding the case, 6 January 1975
  • British Association of Social Workers letter to Vera Hiddleston regarding her participation in the press conference following the publication of the Richard Clark Committee of Inquiry, 14 January 1975
  • British Association of Social Workers press release on Richard Clark enquiry, 11 February 1975
  • Letter from Social Work Services Group regarding the British Association of Social Workers memorandum to the committee of the inquiry, 11 February 1975
  • Handwritten notes on the timeline of events leading to the abuse from May 1972 to May 1974, undated
  • Statement by the Secretary of State for Scotland on the case of Richard Clark, undated

Inquiry into the events surrounding the serious assault in 1974 of 3 year old Richard Clark by foster parents and duty of care by Perth Social Work Department.

Background papers for proposed research on care of elderly adults in Ardnamurchan

This file contains 31 items:

  • Photocopies of Social Work Services Group circulars relating to the Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968 from October 1968 – September 1969
  • Strathclyde Regional Council practice instruction note and letter, Preventative use of section 12 finance, 11 April 1985
  • Report on elderly residents, Isle of Eigg, by Ian Aitchison, 3 November 1986
  • Article, ‘The success of a unique scheme for elderly mentally ill people’, “Social work today”, 16 November 1987
  • Newspaper cutting of article 'Housing needs of elderly - subject to new survey', The Oban Times, 26 November 1987 
  • Page with various articles from “Social work today”, 14 December 1987
  • Statements by Griffiths to the Secretary of State regarding overview of community care policy, stamped BASW Scotland, 12 February 1988
  • Article, ‘Nothing ventured…risk taking in community care’, “Social work today”, 10 March 1988
  • Three pages of articles relating to elderly care, “Social work today”, 4 August 1988
  • Brochure on Ardnamurchan, published by General Accident for the Glasgow Garden Festival, 1988
  • Social Work Research Centre newsletter, issue 4, December 1988
  • Photocopy of book chapter 6, ‘The Badenoch and Strathspey Social Work Team of the Highland Region’, by Raymond Green, 1989
  • 2 letters to Vera Hiddleston from Social Work Research Centre, University of Stirling, regarding research on the needs of elderly people, 2 February 1989 and 29 March 1989
  • 4 letters to Dennis Gower, BASF, from Social Work, Fife Regional Council, regarding social welfare expenditure, 30 May 1989 – 14 June 1989
  • Correspondence between Dennis Gower, BASW, and Department of Social Work, Strathclyde Regional Council, regarding promotion of social welfare, 25 and 31 August 1989
  • Article, ‘Revelations from a Greek island’, “Social work today”, 21 September 1989
  • Promotion of social welfare: working group, BASW Scottish Committee, discussion paper and consultation document, 16 February 1990
  • The Promotion of social welfare, Fort William Training Centre, report by Gareth Evans and Vera Hiddleston, handwritten and typescript copy, 28 May 1990
  • Paper on Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968: Section 12, by Liz Timms, July 1990
  • Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968: Section 12, extracts from official guidelines for interpretation, c1990
  • Promotion of social welfare: draft policy document, by Vera Hiddleston, Basil Kift and Liz Tims, 14 October 1990
  • Part II Promotion of social welfare, sections 2 and 3, copied from “Child Care Law Review”, 31 October 1990
  • Letters to Dennis Gower from Social Work Departments in Central Regional Council, Highland Regional Council and Fife Regional Council, regarding BASW’s report from the Working Party on Section 12, 2 May 1991 – 10 May 1991
  • BASW briefing, ‘BASW Working Group report (Nov 1990) Section 12 to promote social welfare
  • Consultation document 1, Support for families in the community, “Child care law review”, undated
  • Cutting of article ‘COSLA criticises Scottish Office’, Social Work Today, undated
  • Handwritten notes and typescript copy on Dalmore House, undated 

The papers relate to proposed research of the needs of elderly people in the West Highlands under section 12 of the Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968 - promotion of social welfare. Its focus is on Dalmore House in Strontian, a purpose-built home for care of the elderly set up by Argyll County Council which became a Resource Centre for the elderly. 

Child care related reports and pamphlets

This file contains 16 items:

  • Magazine of the Residential Child Care Association, vol 7, special feature: family-group homes, 1959 (folder 1)
  • Memorandum on the boarding-out of children, Scottish Home Department, HMSO, 1959 (folder 1)
  • The role of the voluntary homes: a report by the Scottish Advisory Council on Child Care, Scottish Education Department, c1959 (folder 1)
  • Child care: the quarterly review of the National Council of Associated Children’s Homes, vol 14, no.1, January 1960 (folder 1)
  • Garvald School, Dolphinton Peeblesshire, Annual Report 1961 (folder 1)
  • The future of the local authority personal social services, Association of Child Care Officers, 1966 (folder 1)
  • Administration and staff supervision in the child care service, by Priscilla Young, Joyce Warham, Dorothy Pettes, Association of Child Care Officers, monograph no. 2, c1967 (folder 1)
  • Courses recognised by the council for the training of child care officers, Central Training Council in Child Care, September 1968 (folder 1)
  • Report of the working party on professional integrity in the child care service, Association of Child Care Officers, April 1969 (folder 1)
  • Child care commemorative report 1949 – 1970, Association of Child Care Officers, 1970 (folder 2)
  • Assessment of children: report of a study group set up by the Chief Social Work Adviser, Social Work Services Group, January 1971 (folder 2)
  • Staff development and in-service study paper 3: continuing needs for professional development, Central Training Council in Child Care, 1971, and inserted letter regarding the pamphlet, 17 August 1971 (folder 2)
  • Strathclyde’s children: 111 children whose parents are the regional council, Strathclyde Social Work Department, February 1980 (folder 2)
  • Addendum to handout “working with children: the statutory provisions”, 1983 (folder 2)
  • Residential child care strategy for the eighties: home or away? Strathclyde Regional Council Social Work Department, c1983 (folder 2)
  • Under Fives - Final Report of the Member/Officer Group, Strathclyde Regional Council, January 1985 (folder 2)

Miscellaneous social work journals: “Social work today”, “Contact” and “The political quarterly”

This file contains 7 journals:

  • Contact, September 1968, on the subject of ‘social work: catalyst in the community,
  • Contact, November 1971, on the subject of planning and the person, with inserted programme for event titled ‘Crisis, change and learning’
  • Contact, Spring 1975, on the subject of ‘abortion counselling’, with inserted minutes of the AGM of the Scottish Pastoral Association on 14 June 1975
  • The political quarterly, vol 40, no. 1, January-March 1969, special issue on the future of social services
  • Social work today, journal of the British Association of Social Workers, vol 1, no. 1, April 1970
  • Social work today, journal of the British Association of Social Workers, vol 1, no. 2, May 1970
    -Social work today, journal of the British Association of Social Workers, vol 1, no. 7, October 1970 

"Accord", journal of the Association of Child Care Officers

This file contains 3 folders:

  • Accord, vol 3 no. 3 to vol 6 no. 4, New Year1958 - Summer 1961, vol 4 no. 1 is missing (folder 1)
  • Accord, vol 7 no. 1 to vol 8 no. 4, Conference Edition 1961 - Summer 1963 (folder 2)
  • Accord, vol 9 no. 1 to vol 12 no. 3, Autumn 1963 - Winter 1967, vol 9 nos. 2 and 4, vol 10 no. 4, vol 11 nos. 1, 3 and 4 and vol 12 nos. 1 and 4 are missing (folder 3)

"Accord" was founded in 1954 as the newsletter of the South East Region and later became the Association of Child Care Officers national journal. In January 1968 “Accord” was incorporated with the journal “Social work”. The set of volumes is not complete.

"Social work", the British quarterly journal

This file contains 10 journals:

  • Social work, vol 25 no. 1, January 1968
  • Social work, vol 25 no. 2, April 1968
  • Social work, vol 25 no. 3, July 1968
  • Social work, vol 26 no. 1, January 1969
  • Social work, vol 26 no. 2, April 1969 and inserted leaflet advertising paper titled ‘Strategy of interventions in social situations’ by RD Laing
  • Social work, vol 26 no. 3, July 1969
  • Social work, vol 26 no. 4, October 1969
  • Social work, vol 27 no. 1, January 1970
  • Social work, vol 27 no. 2, April 1970
  • Social work, vol 27 no. 3, July 1970

The British Quarterly Journal incorporating ACCORD. Published quarterly by the Association of Child Care Officers and the Association of Family Caseworkers. In January 1968 “Accord” was incorporated with the journal “Social work”. It was concerned with practice in fields including childcare, family casework, training, administration, social policy and research. The set of volumes is not complete, vol 25 no. 4 and vol 27 no. 4 are missing.

"BASW news and social work appointments service", newsletter of the British Association of Social Workers

This file contains 7 journals:

  • BASW News, no.5, 1 September 1970 and inserted guide to BASW regions and branches 1970
  • BASW News, no.7, 1 October 1970
  • BASW News, no.9, 1 November 1970 and inserted leaflet for newsletter “Parliament and Social Work”
  • BASW News, no.10, 1 December 1970
  • BASW News, no.12, 1 January 1971
  • BASW News, no.14, 1 February 1971
  • BASW News, no.16, 1 March 1971 and inserted BASW subscription forms

Published twice monthly with “Social work today” mid-month and then independently at the end of each month. The set of volumes is not complete.

Child abuse related reports, articles and pamphlets

This file contains 6 items:

  • Non-accidental injury to children: Glasgow Division Guidelines, Strathclyde Social Work Department, April 1978 
  • Child abuse: what role for NSPCC?, “Community care”, no. 252, 22 February, 1979
  • Child abuse: Glasgow guidelines, Strathclyde Regional Council Social Work Department, September 1982 
  • Recent developments in child abuse: conference held at Ninewells Hospital, Dundee on 19th September 1984, extracted from “Child abuse review”, vol1, no.2, British Association for the Study and Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, 1984
  • Child abuse: report of the Working Group on Social Work Issues in Child Abuse, Central Advisory Service Social Work Services Group, Scottish Education Department, November 1985 
  • The report of the inquiry into the removal of children from Orkney in February 1991, House of Commons, HMSO, October 1992 

"Child care news"

This file contains 6 folders:

  • Child care news, no. 1-24, 1960-1963, nos. 2, 3, 8, 9, 12, 19 and 20 are missing (folder 1)
  • Child care news, no. 25-45, 1964-1965, nos. 27, 31, 32, 36, 37, 39 and 41-44 are missing (folder 2)
  • Child care news, no. 46-57, 1966, no. 55 is missing (folder 3)
  • Child care news, no. 58-81, 1967-1968, nos. 60, 62-67, 70, 73, 75, 78-80 are missing (folder 4)
  • Child care news, no. 85-93, 1969, nos. 82-84 are missing (folder 5)
  • Child care news, no. 94-102, 1970 (folder 6)

The set of volumes is not complete.

"Case conference"

This file contains 5 folders:

  • Case conference, vol 12 no. 2 to vol 13 no. 12, June 1965 - April 1967, vol 12 nos. 1, 7-9 and vol 13 nos. 2-3, 6-11 are missing (folder 1)
  • Case conference, vol 14 nos. 2-12, June 1967- April 1968, vol 14 nos. 1, 4, 6-7 are missing (folder 2)
  • Case conference, vol 15 nos. 1-12, May 1968-April 1969, nos. 5, 7-8 are missing (folder 3)
  • Case conference, vol 16 nos.1-6, May 1969 - October 1969 (folder 4)
  • Case conference, vol 16 nos. 7-12, November 1969 - April 1970, no. 10 is missing (folder 5)

A monthly professional journal for the social worker and social administrator. Published jointly by the Association of Social Workers and the Standing Conference of Organisations of Social Workers as Case Conference Ltd. It was first published in 1954 and the final issue was in April 1970. The set of volumes is not complete.

"Medical social work", journal of the Institute of Medical Social Workers

This file contains 8 journals:

  • Medical social work, vol 21 no. 4, July 1968 and inserted letter to Vera Hiddleston from Kay Richards, regarding her article in that edition.
  • Medical social work, vol 21 no. 8, January 1969
  • Medical social work, vol 21 no. 9, February 1969 and enclosed index to volume 21
  • Medical social work, vol 22 no. 1, April 1969
  • Medical social work, vol 22 no. 6, October 1969
  • Medical social work, vol 22 no. 7, November 1969 and enclosed leaflet on the study of group work undertaken by medical social workers
  • Medical social work, vol 22 no. 9, February 1970
  • Medical social work, vol 22 no. 10, March 1970 and enclosed index to volume 22

Published 10 times a year. The set of volumes is not complete, vol 21 nos. 1-3, 5-7,10 and vol 22 nos. 2-5, 8 are missing.

"Social service quarterly"

This file contains 9 journals:

  • Social service quarterly, vol 43 no. 1, Summer 1969 and inserted index to vol 42
  • Social service quarterly, vol 43 no. 2, Autumn 1969
  • Social service quarterly, vol 43 no. 3, Winter 1970
  • Social service quarterly, vol 44 no. 1, Spring 1970 (pages 163-168 are missing)
  • Social service quarterly, vol 44 no. 2, Autumn 1970
  • Social service quarterly, vol 44 no. 3, Winter 1970-71 and inserted index to vol 43
  • Social service quarterly, vol 46 no. 1, Summer 1972
  • Social service quarterly, vol 46 no. 4, Spring 1973
  • Social service quarterly, vol 47 no. 3, Winter 1973-4 and inserted index to vol 46

Published by the National Council of Social Service four times a year. The set of volumes is not complete, vol 43 no. 4, vol 44 no. 4, vol 45 nos 1-4, vol 46 nos 2-3 and vol 47 nos. 1-2, 4 are missing.

"Social service news"

This file contains 7 journals:

  • Social service news, vol 1 no. 2, November 1970 and enclosed leaflet advertising book titled “Introduction to social work” by Robert Bessell
  • Social service news, vol 1 no. 3, December 1970
  • Social service news, vol 1 no. 4, January 1971
  • Social service news, vol 1 no. 5, February 1971
  • Social service news, vol 1 no. 6, March 1971, mini-edition due to postal strike
  • Social service news, vol 2 no. 11, August 1972
  • Social service news, vol 3 no. 7, April 1973

A monthly publication of the Society for the Promotion of Education and Research in Social Work. First published in October 1970. The set of volumes is not complete.

General social work related reports and pamphlets

This file contains 32 items:

  • Ageing – It’s Changes and Its Promise, The Care of the Elderly Conference Report, 1960 (folder 1)
  • Harriett Bartlett’s frame of reference, c1962 (folder 1)
  • The duties and functions of child care officers, Association of Child Care Officers, 1960s (folder 1)
  • Standing Conference of Organisations of Social Workers Annual Report, 1963 (folder 1)
  • Standing Conference of Organisations of Social Workers Annual Report, 1964 (folder 1)
  • Education for social administration, David V. Donnison, Loch Memorial Lecture, Family Welfare Association, 1964  (folder 1)
  • Casework and depression, The Association of Psychiatric Social Workers, c1965 (folder 1)
  • Socialism and Affluence - Four Fabian Essays, W Rodgers, B Abel-Smith, R Titmuss, P Townsend, RHS Crossman, Fabian Society, May 1967  
  • Child care in the seventies, report of the annual conference, Association of Child Care Officers, 1967 (folder 1)
  • The nature and objectives of professional education, Professor Brian Simon, Association of Social Work Teachers, 1967 (folder 1)
  • Parliament and social work, Colin Smart (editor), Association of Child Care Officers, June 1968 (folder 2)
  • Social work and the community annual conference report, Association of Child Care Officers, 1968 (folder 2)
  • Draft constitution for a unified association of social workers, Standing Conference of Organisations of Social Workers, July 1968 (folder 2)
  • Community work and social change: proceedings of one-day conference of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, University of Edinburgh, 26 April 1969 (folder 2)
  • Social work in Scotland: report of a working party on the Social Work (Scotland) Act, Department of Social Administration, July 1969 (folder 2)
  • Memorandum and articles of association and bye-laws, British Association of Social Workers, and inserted notes on the constitution, 14 November 1969 (folder 2)
  • Paying for the social services: RHS Crossman, Fabian Tract 399, Herbert Morrison memorial lecture, Fabian Society, December 1969 (folder 2)
  • Fifteenth annual report of Federation of Association of Mental Health Workers, 1968-1969 (folder 3)
  • Supportive staff in Scottish social work departments, Royal Institute of Public Administration, 1971 (folder 3)
  • Task and supervision in area social work - Anthea Hey and Ralph Rowbottom, reprinted from British Journal of Social Work, vol 1, no. 4, c1972 (folder 3)
  • Rented housing and social ownership, Malcolm Wicks, Fabian Tract 421, Fabian Society, March 1973 (folder 3)
  • Initial report on fieldwork staffing, Advisory Council on Social Work Committee on Social Work Staffing, May 1973 (folder 3)
  • Fieldwork staffing (Scotland): summary of a report, Advisory Council on Social Work Committee on Social Work Staffing, Scottish Education Department Social Work Services Group, 1974 and inserted report ‘Operational research: working party report’, British Association of Social Workers (Glasgow North Branch), June 1973 (folder 3)
  • Photographs of early social work in the West of Scotland: an exhibition at Heatherbank Museum of Social Work, 1975 (folder 3) 
  • A guide to the structure and functions of the departments of the Secretary of State for Scotland, Scottish Information Office Reference Unit, Factsheet RF 20, 1977 (folder 3) 
  • Room to Grow – Report of a special officer/member group of the council's social work committee on childcare in Strathclyde, Strathclyde Regional Council, November 1979 (folder 4) 
  • A new look at the personal social services, discussion paper no. 4, ed. E Matilda Goldberg and Stephen Hatch, Policy Studies Institute, February 1981 (folder 4) 
  • Members guide to the Association, British Association of Social Workers, 1984 (folder 4) 
  • “Children’s hearings” in Scotland: justice, discretion and “civil procedure sui generis”, Sheriff Brian Kearney, reprinted from Civil Justice Quarterly, April 1985, Sweet & Maxwell Ltd, 1985 (folder 4) 
  • The promotion of social welfare: a promise fulfilled? papers presented at the Scottish annual conference 11-12 November 1988, British Association of Social Workers, April 1989 (folder 4) 
  • Martin Herbert’s seven phases of going through transition, c1980s (folder 4) 
  • An appraisal of the pack report, Vera Hiddleston, with handwritten annotations on back page, undated (folder 4) 

Social work and service organisation related books

This file contains 14 items:

  • Analysing social work practice by fields, Harriett M Bartlett, National Association of Social Workers, 1961 (box 1)
  • Social casework: a problem-solving process, Helen Harris Perlman, University of Chicago Press, 1962 (box 1)
  • Crime: a challenge to us all, Labour Party’s Study Group report, 1964 (box 1)
  • Casework: a psychosocial therapy, Florence Hollis, Random House, 1968  
  • The management of innovation, Tom Burns and GM Stalker, Tavistock Publications, 1968 (box 1)
  • Comparative social administration, Barbara N Rodgers, George Allen and Unwin Ltd, 1968 (box 2)
  • School And Community, Catherine Lindsay, Pergamon Press, c1969
  • The organisation of a social services department: a blue-print, Maurice Kogan and James Terry, Bookstall Publications, 1971 (box 2)
  • Working relationships within the British hospital service, Maurice Kogan, Stephen Cang, Maureen Dixon and Heather Tolliday, Bookstall Publications, 1971 (box 2)
  • The new Scottish Local Authorities: organisation and management structures, report of working group appointment by the Scottish local authority associations, HMSO, September 1973 (box 2)
  • Social service departments: developing patterns of work and organisation, Social Services Organisation Research Unit, Brunel Institute of Organisation and Social Studies, Heinemann, 1974 (box 2)
  • Only connect: lone parents and volunteers: the report of an experimental project, Beth Humphries, Guild of Service, 1976 (box 2)
  • Organising social services departments, David Billis, Geoffrey Bromley, Anthea Hey and Ralph Rowbottom, Heinemann, 1980, and inserted article titled ‘Brash Brunel celebrates ten years’ by Jef Smith, “Community Care”, 3 January 1980 (folder 3)
  • Research highlights, no. 4 Social work departments as organisations, Joyce Lishman (ed.), University of Aberdeen, 1982 (folder 3)

Executive Committee papers and correspondence of the Association of Child Care Officers (ACCO)

This file contains 19 items:

  • Confidential ACCO report and letters regarding action in response to re-organisation of child care service at West Bromwich Council, 24 May 1966 - 29 June 1966
  • Minutes and papers of the ACCO Executive Committee meeting on 17 September 1966, including -- agenda -- report by the Honorary Secretary -- report of the Training Committee -- report of Salaries and Service Conditions Committee -- report of Publications and Public Relations Committee -- minutes of the Conference Sub-committee meeting on 1 July 1966
  • ACCO report, Training for the child care Service, September 1966 
  • Draft report, Evidence of the Association of Child Care Officers to the Royal Commission on the Civil Service with attached letter, 21 October 1966 
  • Minutes and papers of the ACCO Executive Committee meeting on 26 November 1966, including -- agenda -- letter regarding working party on Approved School aftercare -- report of the Training Committee -- report of the Salaries and Service Conditions Committee -- letter regarding membership of the Publications and Public Relations Committee -- minutes of the Publications and Public Relations Sub-committee meeting on 19 October 1966 -- minutes of the Organisation Sub-Committee meeting on 4 November 1966 -- letter regarding report on the functions of the Presidency

Regular agenda items include NALGO negotiations; office accommodation; salaries; Seebohm Committee; Home Office Children’s Department; training for child care officers; local authority services; regional re-organisation; national and branch organisation; parliamentary matters, publications; Standing Conference of Organisations of Social Workers; Association of Family Caseworkers; representation in other organisations.

Executive Committee papers and correspondence of the Association of Child Care Officers (ACCO)

This file contains 34 items:

  • ACCO draft survey of services provided for young people, undated
  • Reports from the Association's representatives on other bodies for the year 1967/68
  • Minutes and papers of the ACCO Executive Committee meeting on 3 February 1968, including -- agenda -- list of papers -- report of Training Committee -- report of Salaries and Services Committee -- minutes of the Publications and Public Relations Committee meeting on 10 January 1968 -- membership figures -- report by the Legal Sub-Committee on juvenile courts with handwritten notes on reverse -- minutes of the Liaison Committee meeting on 12 December 1967 -- report on the Standing Conference of Organisation of Social Workers -- report of the Executive Committee for the year 1967
  • Report of Training Committee for the AGM 1968
  • Report on the National Bureau of Co-Operation in Child Care, March 1968
  • Standing Conference of Organisations of Social Workers discussion paper no. 3, Registration, and comments on the paper, April 1968
  • Confidential minutes of the ACCO Executive Committee meeting on 5 April 1968
  • Minutes of the ACCO Executive Committee meeting on 7 April 1968
  • Minutes of the ACCO AGM on 5 to 7 April 1968
  • Minutes and papers of the ACCO Executive Committee meeting on 15 June 1968, including agenda -- report of the Training Committee -- report of the Salaries and Service Conditions Committee –- report of the Publications and Public Relations Committee – Memorandum by the Home Office ‘Children in trouble’ –- discussion notes for the white paper ‘Children in trouble’ –- confidential draft Home Office memorandum on adoption practice, May 1968
  • Letter from Keith Bilton to Laura Grimond regarding legal position of children in foster homes, 9 August 1968
  • Agenda and papers of the ACCO Executive Committee meeting on 5 October 1968, including report of Salaries and Service Conditions Committee –- minutes of the Public Relations Social Policy and Social Action Working Party meeting on 8 August 1968 –- draft constitution of the Standing Conference of Organisations of Social Workers; draft memorandum on adoption practice, September 1968
  • Report on the ACCO Executive Committee meeting on 6 December 1968 regarding the ACCO constitution, December 1968
  • Schedule of committee meetings, undated

Regular agenda items include ACCO constitution; pre-school child care; professional training; salaries; local authority services; Seebohm Report; child poverty; pre-school child care; single-parent families; Standing Conference of Organisations of Social Workers; NSPCC; NALGO; parliamentary matters; residential child care; Williams Committee; child poverty; homelessness; branch organisation; Home Office and Central Training Council.

ACCO Parliamentary proceedings with summaries of topics covered in UK parliament

This file contains 26 items:

  • ACCO Parliamentary Proceedings report nos. 13 to 22, covering a range of topics presented in the House of Lords and House of Commons including the following examples: World refugee problem; homelessness; capital punishment; cervical cancer tests; phenylketonuria; Aberfan disaster; divorce laws; local authority social services; child cruelty; probation officers; world hunger; alcohol and tobacco; social services; drug addiction; disabled children, corporal punishment; unemployment benefit; hospital service; welfare benefits; foster parents; child poverty; Seebohm report; murders; hypothermia; after care hostels; invalid children; day nurseries; mental health services, children’s toys’ safety; young offenders; loneliness; criminal justice bill; child care officers, October 1966 – December 1966
  • ACCO Parliamentary Proceedings report nos. 23 to 31, covering a range of topics presented in the House of Lords and House of Commons including the following examples: school milk and meals; nurseries and child minders; foster children; children in care; welfare accommodation; local authority care; welfare benefits; tattooing; inflammable clothing; oral contraceptives; child poverty; deserted wives; homelessness; low paid workers; housing; National Health Service; illegitimate children; social services; abortion admissions; play centres; disabled children; school milk and meals; approved schools; maintenance orders; child care officers; abortion; youth service, January 1967 – March 1967
  • ACCO Parliamentary Proceedings report nos. 33 to 39, covering a range of topics presented in the House of Lords and House of Commons including the following examples: social security; remand homes; health centres; approved schools, school meals; welfare benefits; national minimum wage; family poverty; community youth service; corporal punishment; probation service; housing; mothers prison sentences; illegitimacy; social service; Children Act 1958; nurseries and child minders; homelessness; Justices of the Peace; children’s homes; family planning; young offenders; drug addiction; cervical cancer, Scottish marriage law; remand homes; disabled children; psychiatric services, mental health and institutions; child sex offences; community care; child allowances; chronic sick; abolition of juvenile court and setting up of family courts, April 1967- June 1967

Executive Committee papers and correspondence of the Association of Child Care Officers (ACCO)

This file contains 26 items:

  • Papers of the ACCO Executive Committee meeting on 28 January 1967, including -- agenda --Report of Training Committee -- report of Salaries and Service Conditions Committee -- confidential report on meeting of NALGO Special (Gradings) Sub-Committee with representatives of social worker organisations on 30 November 1966 -- minutes of the Publications and Public Relations Committee meeting on 12 January 1967 -- report of the Membership Sub-Committee -- draft annual report of the Executive Committee -- report on the AFCW Council meeting on 16 December 1966
  • Minutes of the ACCO AGM on 31 March to 2 April 1967
  • Minutes of the ACCO Executive Committee meeting on 17 June 1967 and attached letter, 17 July 1967
  • Report of the Membership Committee, August 1967
  • Salaries and Service Conditions Committee policy statement for consideration at meeting on 28 July 1967
  • Report on Organisation of campaign on publication of Seebohm Committee report
  • Minutes and papers of the ACCO Executive Committee meeting on 2 September 1967, including -- agenda with handwritten annotations -- report of Training Committee -- Salary and Service Conditions Committee report into compensation for overtime -- report of the meeting of the Publications and Public Relations Sub-Committee meeting on 19 July 1967 -- report of the meeting on 16 August 1967 to formulate views on the organisation of a unified association of social workers
  • Minutes and papers of the ACCO Executive Committee meeting on 11 November 1967, including -- agenda with handwritten annotations -- report of Salaries and Service Conditions Committee -- minutes of meeting of the Salaries and Service Conditions Committee and Training Committee on 21 October 1967 -- minutes of the Publications and Public Relations Committee on 11 October 1967 -- report of Training Committee -- minutes of Liaison Committee meeting on 23 October 1967
  • Directory of Committee members 1967/68, alterations December 1967

Regular agenda items include professional training; annual conference; training inspectorate; Central Training Council; salaries; roles; ‘Accord’; ‘Social work’; ‘Child care news’; parliamentary matters; membership; appointments; Seebohm Committee; local authorities; child poverty; white papers; Standing Conference of Organisations of Social Workers; NSPCC; entry into the service; film to publicise residential child care work; Williams Committee; correction in children’s homes; Aves Committee on Voluntary Workers in the Social Services; approved schools; immigrant welfare; NALGO negotiations; ACO ACCO amalgamation

Final and undated Executive Committee papers and correspondence of the Association of Child Care Officers (ACCO)

This file contains 14 items:

  • Pages 2 and 3 of undated agenda, c1970
  • Page 1 of letter from ACCO regarding the establishment of the Society for the Promotion of Education and Research in Social Work to publish “Child care news”, 19 May 1970
  • Letter from the Society for the Promotion of Education and Research in Social Work to Vera Hiddleston inviting her to general meeting of the society, 10 June 1970
  • Training Committee report to the convenor of the final meeting of the committee on 6 June 1970
  • Agenda and papers of the ACCO Executive Committee meeting on 20 June 1970, including letter from Keith Bilton, ACCO, to K Osborne, Central Training Council in Child Care, regarding two-year training for residential care staff, 10 June 1970 -– report of the Publications and Public Relations Committee –- paper on the future of “Child care news” by the Society for the Promotion of Education and Research in Social Work
  • BASW Council, members appointed to the committee, 3 December 1971
  • Memo from Keith Bilton, ACCO, to members of the Executive and Training Committees regarding training of field and residential workers in child care, undated
  • Salaries and Service Conditions Committee, Policy statement, undated
  • Notes for discussion on the future of the annual conference, ACCO, undated
  • ACCO letter to members regarding the directory of office-holders and committee-members, undated
  • Guidance to the Royal Commission on Trade Unions and Employers Associations, ACCO, undated

ACCO Parliament and social work series

This file contains 36 items:

  • Parliament and social work series II, nos. 1, 3 and 4, June 1967 – July 1967 (folder 1)
  • Parliament and social work, Parliamentary session 1967-68, nos 1, 2 ((3 October-9 November), 3 (13-16 November), 4 (17-23 November), 5 (24-30 November), 6 (1-7 December), 7 (8-14 December), 9 (18-25 January), 11 (2-8 February), 12 (9-15 February), 13 (16-22 February), 14 (23-29 February), 15 (1-7 March), 16 (8-14 March), 17 (15-21 March), 19 (29 March - 4 April), 20 (5-11 April), 22 (3-9 May), 23 (10-16 May), 24 (18-23 May), 25 (24-31 May), 26 (11-13 June), 27 (21-27 June), 28 (28 June – 4 July), 29 (5-11 July), 30 (12-18 July), 31 (19-26 July), 32 (14-17 October), October 1967 – October 1968 (folder 1)
  • Parliament and social work, Parliamentary session 1968-69, nos 33 (18-31 October), 34 (1-7 November), 35 (8-14 November), 36 (15-21 November), 37 (22-28 November), 57 (16-19 June), October 1968 – June 1969 (folder 2)

The series is not complete. It covers a wide range of topics presented in the House of Lords and House of Commons including the following examples: school milk; pre-school play groups; family allowances; psychiatric research and social workers; evicted families; juvenile courts; detention centres; remand homes; community service; unwanted coloured children; mental health care; welfare foods; national minimum wage; drugs; family endowment scheme; disabled children; welfare benefits; young people voluntary service; social services and defence costs; corporal punishment; young offenders; probation service; and youth employment.

Young Husband Report Study Group Sub Committee no. 3 reports, minutes and memos

This file contains 18 items:

  • Bundle of papers including National Certificate in Social Work: notes on supervision, December 1960; 2 press cuttings for posts of social casework tutors, 1961; The Scottish Association for the Deaf memorandum to the Younghusband Study Group no. 3, content of training, undated [fragile and torn]
  • Draft minute of the first meeting of the Younghusband report study group on 3 October 1960
  • Minute of the first meeting of the Younghusband report study group on 3 October 1960 and paper, sub-committee 3 – continuation of report on ‘Content of training’, October 1960
  • Note on Pilot scheme for the training of Grade II social workers, The Scottish College of Commerce, 6 October 1960
  • Minute of the Younghusband report study group sub-committee no. 3 on 22 October 1960
  • DHS Working Party on the Younghusband Report memorandum on health visitors and social workers, 21 October 1960
  • The Scottish Association of the Deaf letter and memo regarding the Younghusband study group and content of training, October 1960
  • Minute of the Younghusband report study group sub-committee no. 3 on 14 November 1960
  • Minute of the Younghusband report study group sub-committee no. 3 on 12 December 1960
  • Minute of the Younghusband report study group sub-committee no. 3 on 7 January 1961
  • Minute of the Younghusband report study group sub-committee no. 3 on 16 January 1961
  • Minute of the Younghusband report study group sub-committee no. 3 on 11 February 1961
  • Minute of the Younghusband report study group sub-committee no. 3 on 25 February 1961
  • Younghusband study group sub-committee no. 3 interim report with attached suggested amendment to minute of the meeting on 11 February 1961
  • Scottish National Federation for the Welfare of the Blind, memorandum to the Younghusband Study Group regarding content of training

The Younghusband report was published in 1959 and was a significant turning point in the organisation of social work. It was based on the North American model where community organisation was a key component of social work. It was aimed at helping people in local communities to identify their own social needs and determine the most effective means of meeting those. Prior to this there were separate groups of workers in this area but following the report social work emerged as an occupation for trained professionals.

Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work (CCETSW) consultative documents and reports

This file contains 5 items:

  • Developments in education and training for the certificate of qualification in social work, 1977-1987, CCETSW consultative document no. 1, August 1976
  • Alternative patterns of education and training for the certificate of qualification in social work, CCETSW consultative document no. 2, August 1976
  • Practice teaching in Scotland, the report of a working group, CCETSW, April 1979
  • Expectations of the teaching of social work in courses leading to the certificate of qualification in social work: analysis of responses, and some policy issues arising from the consultation, CCETSW, July 1979
  • Policies for qualifying training in social work: the Council’s propositions, January 1985, CCETSW paper 20:3, January 1985

The Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work was established in October 1971, as successor to the Council for Training in Social Work. It offered recognised training courses and qualifications for social workers and social care staff in personal social services. It ceased operations in September 2001 when its functions were taken over by new national care councils: General Social Care Council (GSCC), the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC), the Care Council for Wales (CCW), and the Northern Ireland Social Care Council (NISCC).

Meeting papers, leaflets, reports and discussion papers of the Association of Child Care Officers (ACCO) Scottish Region

This file contains 1 folder:

  • Minutes of ACCO Scottish Region meetings on 11 October 1957; 8 February 1958; 12 April 1958; 18 October 1958; 31 January 1959; 4 April 1959; 9 October 1959; 13 February 1960; 2 April 1960; 15 October 1960; and 3 December 1960
  • Report of Working Party 'Training for residential care', c 1960
  • ACCO note on child care service and in particular Committee on Children and Young Persons, 14 July 1961
  • Minutes of ACCO Scottish Region meeting on 18 November 1961
  • Report 'Duties and functions of a child care officer', 12 January 1962
  • Agenda and minutes of ACCO Scottish Region meeting on 3 February 1962
  • ACCO Annual Report 1962
  • Leaflet, Can you take a child into your home?, 1962 
  • ACCO constitution, undated
  • Leaflet, What is ACCO?, c1962 
  • Programme for Scottish Education Department Refresher course for staff of remand homes, 20-27 November 1963 
  • Address delivered by Vera Hiddleston at ACCO Annual Conference, 10-12 April 1964
  • Annual conference programme with handwritten annotations, 29-31 October 1965
  • ACCO leaflet, 'Children in care', c1965 [top right corner is torn off] 
  • ACCO report 'Evidence to the Committee on Voluntary Workers in the Social Services', July 1967  
  • ACCO discussion paper 'In service training and staff development, c 1965 
  • ACCO discussion paper ' Social work and the community', October 1966 
  • ACCO Report of working party appointed to consider and report on the future of the Personal Social Services and the law relating to children', 1966
  • Standing Conference of Organisation of Social Workers, Discussion Paper no. 1, 'The re-organisation of social work services', 1966 
  • ACCO pamphlet, 'In service training and staff development', June 1967 
  • Magazine article by Janet Hitchman, 'I much preferred the children's home to foster parents', c1967
  • ACCO note, Joint Consultative Committee in Child Care, undated
  • First draft of memo to be presented by the Scottish region of ACCO to the Scottish Education Department on the white paper entitled “Social work and the community”, undated
  • Confidential memo on an enquiry into the reactions to the experience of working in Scotland of some ACCO members who had undergone professional social work training, undated
  • Social Work (Scotland) Bill, memorandum of the views of a professional working party, two copies, undated and 2 April 1968
  • Report of the Committee of Children and Young Persons (Scotland), memorandum on the report prepared by the ACCO (Scottish region)
  • ACCO Annual General Meeting papers, 1969
  • ACCO membership figures, October 1969 
  • Notes on professional standards, undated

Annual reports, annual conference programmes and AGM papers of the Association of Child Care Officers (ACCO)

This file contains 8 items:

  • 1958/59 annual report
  • 1962 annual report, including listing of officers and committee members, President’s report, Standing Committee on Salaries and Service Conditions report -- Standing Committee on Training report -- Publications and Public Relations Sub-committee report -- Organisation Sub-committee report -- Greater London Bill -- Regional committees’ reports -- Treasurer’s report
  • 1963 annual report, including listing of officers and committee members, President’s report, Standing Committee on Salaries and Service Conditions report -- Training Committee report -- Publications and Public Relations Sub-committee report -- Legal Sub-committee report --Organisation Sub-committee report -- Regional committees’ reports
  • 1964 annual report, including list of past Presidents -- President’s report -- Treasurer’s report -- Training Committee report -- Publications and Public Relations Sub-committee report -- Organisation Sub-committee report -- Legal Sub-committee report -- Report on child protection provisions -- National membership register -- Regional committees’ reports, enclosures include 1965 AGM agenda -- 1965 AGM resolutions -- minutes of the AGM of 10 and 12 April 1964 -- information on candidates for vice-president -- 1965 conference programme
  • 1966 annual report, including -- list of past Presidents -- Executive Committee report -- Treasurer’s report -- Training Committee report -- Salaries and Service Conditions Committee report -- Publications and Public Relations Sub-committee report -- Organisation Sub-committee report -- Legal Sub-committee report -- Regional committees’ reports -- minutes of the 1966 AGM enclosed
  • 1967 annual report, including -- list of past Presidents -- Executive Committee report -- Treasurer’s report -- Training Committee report -- Salaries and Service Conditions Committee report -- Publications and Public Relations Sub-committee report -- Regional committees’ reports, enclosures include 1967 AGM agenda -- 1967 AGM resolutions --minutes of the 1967 AGM -- 1967 conference programme -- ACCO leaflet, Training for the child care service, March 1967
  • 1968 annual report, including -- list of past Presidents -- Executive Committee report -- Treasurer’s report -- Training Committee report -- Salaries and Service Conditions Committee report -- Publications and Public Relations Sub-committee report -- Legal Sub-committee report -- Regional committees’ reports, enclosures include 1968 AGM agenda, minutes and papers -- 1968 conference programme -- two copies of 1968 AGM open session programme with annotations
  • 1969 annual report, including -- list of past Presidents -- Executive Committee report -- Treasurer’s report -- Salaries and Service Conditions Committee report -- Training Committee report -- Publications and Public Relations Sub-committee report -- Regional committees’ reports, enclosures include 1968 conference programme -- 1969 AGM minutes -- 1970 AGM agenda -- subscription leaflet for ‘Social work today’

Supervision of students training in child care related social work papers

This file contains 16 items:

  • Report of the seminar on supervision, The Association of Social Workers, 16-19 April 1955
  • Certificates in child care and medical social work, University of Edinburgh, c1961
  • Letter to Miss Hiddleston from M C Rose, Central Training Council in Child Care, Home Office, regarding time study of student supervision, 17 April 1961
  • Supervision in a children’s home department, by Vera Hiddleston, August 1962
  • Summary of report on fieldwork staffing, Advisory Council on Social Work, Committee, on Social Work Staffing, c1972
  • Supervision in social work, School of Social Work, University of Toronto, [c1940s?]
  • Supervision of students in training for social work, note by J E Paterson, undated
  • Guide points for supervisors’ reports on students’ practical work, undated
  • Note on the distinction between professional and pre-professional courses, undated
  • Memorandum on supervision, undated
  • Practical training, a summary of lectures and discussions on supervising, undated
  • Discussion of evaluation from the standpoint of supervision, undated
  • Form for recording number of hours spent per week on different categories of work, undated
  • Some principles of helping applicable to supervision, undated
  • Some ideas about supervision, undated
  • Integration of the teaching and administrative aspects of supervision, Jeanette Hanford, undated

Children’s panel summer school September 1979

This file contains 4 items:

  • Children’s panel summer school programme 7-9 September 1979
  • Vera Hiddleston’s talk reflecting on her experience as a panel member, presented at the Children’s panel training 1979 summer school
  • Study of children’s panel/social work department operation, Social Work Services Group, Scottish Education Department, July 1980
  • Social work in the hearing system, report with handwritten annotations, undated
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