Class Act X Frontline: An Insight into Social Work

Event date
27 October 2020
Event time
16:00 - 17:30
Oxford week
Postgraduate Students
Undergraduate Students

Each year over 700,000 children and young people need the support of a social worker and that number is set to rise. The need is growing for exceptional social workers to make a difference in the lives of disadvantaged families. 

Frontline is a social work charity working to ensure that all children in England have a safe and stable home, and that their life chances are not limited by their social or family circumstance. We create social change for these children and their families by developing excellent social work practice and leadership through our programmes and by building a movement of leaders in social work and broader society as part of our Fellowship.

Come along to this event if you would like to understand more about this exciting and rewarding profession. At the event you can expect to: 

  • Hear from a care experienced student rep about the stigma of care. 
  • Discover the highlights and challenges of the role from a social worker in the Frontline community. 
  • Find out about Frontline’s opportunity for outstanding graduates to become incredible social workers and join a movement for change in social work and broader society.

Register now

If you are interested in finding out more about Frontline, you can register your interest for further information.

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