LANCASTER DISTRICT CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE S TRUST BOARD NOTES OF MEETING HELD THURSDAY 3 rd OCTOBER 2013 AT LANCASTER TOWN HALL COMMITTEE ROOM B

Save this PDF as:

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "LANCASTER DISTRICT CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE S TRUST BOARD NOTES OF MEETING HELD THURSDAY 3 rd OCTOBER 2013 AT LANCASTER TOWN HALL COMMITTEE ROOM B"

Transcription

1 LANCASTER DISTRICT CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE S TRUST BOARD NOTES OF MEETING HELD THURSDAY 3 rd OCTOBER 2013 AT LANCASTER TOWN HALL COMMITTEE ROOM B Present: Amanda Crane (AC) Partnership Officer Community Lancaster City Safety Catherine Armistead (CA) Education Sector Primary School Chris Ingham (CI) Operations Manager YPS Chris Snell (CS) Headteacher (Chair) Secondary Headteachers Cllr Joyce Taylor (JT) lor Lancaster City council Debbie Dawson (DD) Senior Early Intervention Officer Lancashire County Denise Richardson (DR) WTWF (Job Centre) Department for Work & Pensions Helen Bolton (HB) Work Force Development - WFD Lancashire County Louise Evans (LE) Director of Development (Learners & Curriculum) Lancaster & Morecambe College Julie McGrath (JM) Education Sector Special Needs Karen Slade (KS) Public Health Lancashire County Karl Turner (KT) Children s Trust Development Officer Lancashire County Paul Hegarty (PH) Senior Manager, Children s Social Care Lancashire County Sarah Robotham (SR) WTWF Area Lead Lancashire County Steven Naylor (SN) VFCS VCFS - Representative Sue Pickthall (SP) Children s Trust Coordinator Lancaster City Suzanne Lodge (SL) Health & Housing Head (Lead Officer) Lancaster City council Theresa Moore (TM) Early Years Sector Lancashire County Apologies: Cllr Chris Henig (CH) County lor Lancashire County Gill Wildon (GW) Children s Services Manager Blackpool Hospital s Trust Helen Deacon (HD) Director of Development (Learners & Curriculum) Lancaster & Morecambe College Janette Buckland (JB) WTWF Programme Co-ordinator Lancashire County Janine Turner (JT) Education Sector Primary School 1

2 Julia Westaway (JW) Primary Care NHS Trust Paul Tynan (PT) CCG Morecambe Bay PCT Richard Bayly (RB) Divisional Commander Lancashire Constabulary Simon Rothwell (SR) Addaction VCFS Acronyms used within this set of notes C&YP Children and Young People CAF Common Assessment Framework CCG Clinical Commissioning Group CLA Children Looked After CU Children s University CYPMAF Children Young People and Multi Agency Forum CYPT Children and Young People s Trust DWP Department for Work & Pensions ES Early Support ESF European Social Fund LAC Looked After Children LD Lancaster District LDCYPT Lancaster District Children and Young People s Trust LP Lead Professional NEET Not in Education, Employment or Training TBA To be arranged VCFS Voluntary Community and Faith Sector WFD Work Force Development WTWF Working Together With Families YPS Young People s Service 1. WELCOME, APOLOGIES AND INTRODUCTIONS CS welcomed everyone to the meeting and around the table introductions followed. Apologies for absence were noted as above. ACTION 2. MINUTES OF LAST MEETING Minutes of 11 th July were accepted as a true and correct record; proposed by SN and seconded by CA. 3. MATTERS ARISING There were no matters arising. 4. EARLY SUPPORT COMMISSIONED CORE OFFER DD gave an update on Early Support (ES) in the district. The Free Flow contract finished at the end of Sept. The Spot Commissioning funds have been used in the Interim to access provision and 4/5 sessions have taken place. The Signposts pot of money was ring fenced and County has now received the money back from the administrator. The new Early Support (ES) process will commence on 1 st October, challenges 2

3 have delayed the process. Existing contracts are being extended month by month and Freeflo can be directly accessed as before. Spot Commissioning has now stopped and the new process includes: 250- that is available to Lead Professionals (LP s) with agreement from coordinator; 5, has been allocated to the Lancaster District (LD). The Small Grants Budget of 12, is available for small scale community projects. 5. WORKING TOGETHER WITH FAMILIES (WTWF) SR circulated a report Lancaster WTWF Performance Update 1 st October 2013 this assessed the current situation, in relation to the WTWF approach in the LD. The LD has nearly reached its 3 year target. It was noted that in the LD more families have actually been worked with and that the report did not include those who do not meet the national criteria. It was requested that in future reports should capture all families being worked with. SR urged professionals to nominate more families. Training currently available for Lead Professionals (LP) includes Asset Based Approaches, which is a way of developing individuals, families and communities by identifying what strengths they have and what resources are in the community rather that what they need and what is deficient. Solihull Approach Training is proving extremely popular extra dates have been requested. The LP budget is under used at the moment; some LP s have had negative experience when previously accessing the fund, there is a simple process in place now to access the funds through In other districts the budget has been used to access anger management, animal assisted therapy and school uniforms. CI requested that the suggested criteria for families be circulated to help professionals decide which families to nominate, SR agreed to provide this. Early Support and WTWF are currently working to merge paperwork and processes; this will be distributed when complete. Professionals requiring advice can contact (WTWF) or SR HB & CS asked if there are any particular agencies that are proving difficult to obtain information from and if the LDCYPT could help in any way. DR shared information about the European Social Fund (ESF) which has been available since billion was set aside for jobs, skills, NEET and families with multiple problems. ESF is available until 2020 and evidence shows that there is a distinct lack of use in the Lancaster district. ESF is administered by VIA. It was suggested that ESF can be used to help set up community based business ventures to train unemployed young people. It is expected that the Welfare Reforms will affect lots of families and that those working with children young people and families should consider accessing this funding. More information can be found at: DD requested that a briefing flyer be available as a quick and easy reference tool. SN mentioned that the first tranche of ESF had monitoring implications that hindered the process; HB requested that DR investigates what the monitoring now DR DR 3

4 involves. TM reported that Children s Centres around the county regularly refer families to ESF. 6. C & YP PARTICIPATION KT promoted Lancashire Takeover Month, due to its success in 2012; it will run again throughout November Takeover is an opportunity for children and young people to join organisations that aim to support them so that they can learn more about what they do and offer advice about how they could do it better. The aim is to empower children and young people in decision making. Further details: 7. LDCYPT STRATEGIC ACTION PLAN An updated strategic action plan was circulated, particular note was made to Workforce Development, and HB provided statistics to show the take up of Lancashire s E-Learning modules, with sector breakdowns. CA invited HB or Cath Cousell to a Lancaster district Primary Heads Cluster Meeting to promote the Solihull Approach. Some amendments are needed to the Integrated Working section regarding Hubs in the district. App.1 SP/KT CI noted that the report on the Summer Holiday was a small reflection of all the good work that was delivered in the district over the summer. 8. COMMON ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK CAF Champions Each sector is required to nominate a sector specific champion, they will be responsible for training staff within their sector. The on-line training needs to be completed before attending the training. Schools are soon to be consulted. All E-Learning update for CAF/CON currently stands at 948 for Lancashire with 94 of these being completed in the Lancaster District The CAF Coordinator for the North is Tammy Unsworth, it was suggested that Tammy is invited to join the LCYPT Partnership and the CYPMAF. New CAF packs will be available from 31/10/13, initially they will be only available to people that have attended the training. Further details are available at: 9. SAFEGUARDING PH reported that Child Protection plans have soared; there has been a huge increase although they are now slowly starting to drop. Out of 5 Manager s posts in the Lancaster district there are currently 4 vacancies. Looked after Children (LAC) LCC is currently corporate parents for 1542 children. In Lancaster there are 62 pending assessments; low level referrals are delayed due to the priority method being operated. 4

5 A school based social worker has been appointed on a 12 month pilot contract, this position will be based at Trumacar Primary School and Morecambe Bay Primary School, it was suggested that the LDCYPT monitors this position as it is being financed by funds from Social Care and Schools. TM requested further information and statistics relating to early years children accessing the service, PH and TM agreed to work together on this. PH/TM The revised Children's Social Care Referral Form has been distributed this should be used from 31/10/13. The Safer Sleep Campaign has taken place over recent months, with the rolling out the second phase of the Safer Sleep for Baby campaign to help deliver safer sleep messages. TM reported that Lancashire has a higher average than the rest of the North West and Nationally, Lancashire s percentage is 3.9 per 1000 births however in Lancaster and Morecambe this is considerably less. Further details can be found at: ANY OTHER BUSINESS Youth Zone - Lancaster remains the only district in Lancashire without an identified area for a Youth Zone. Children s University KT reported that he had briefed the LCYPT Manager and Celia Davies on this; they will be interested to see how it develops in the LD. There are still places available on the initial training which is due to take place next Tuesday at The Midland, in Morecambe, anyone interested should contact CA. 11. FUTURE MEETINGS LDCYPT Thursday 16 th January 2014 at 9.30am Lancaster Town Hall LDCYPT Partnership Welfare Reforms Workshop Wednesday 6 th November 2013 at 9.30am Venue Lancaster Town Hall All 12. SKERTON COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL (SCHS) CS left the meeting and a discussion chaired by CA took place regarding the consultations that is taking place on the possible closure of SCHS. A small group of members CA, DD, SN agreed to get together to formulate a response on behalf of the LDCYPT, this will then be circulated to Members for comment and submitted to LCC before the deadline. SP Sue Pickthall 19/11/13 5

6 Lancaster District Children and Young People's Trust Action Plan Version 7 Update - 3rd October 2013 Priority Action Lead Milestones Timescale Outcome A. Lancashire Improving Futures Working Together With Families (WTWF) Early Support & CAF Oversight of Local Management Group and its targets Raise awareness of WTWF amongst partners Support the implementation of a revised Early Intervention Strategy Agenda item 03/10/13 WTWF Area Lead SARAH ROBOTHAM WTWF Area Lead SARAH ROBOTHAM Early Support Coordinator DEBBIE DAWSON Review and challenge quarterly update to the Each quarter Successful WTWF Conference June 2013 Regular quarterly reports to the reviewed and actioned June Launch Families identified as needing support are helped more effectively, with lead professionals the link to multiple services; Quality of life for children and parents is improved, and cost to taxpayer reduced Improved intervention processes Ensure best allocation of funding through an Early Intervention Panel Early Support Coordinator DEBBIE DAWSON Debbie to present to - First quarter (April to June 2013) Regular quarterly reports to the reviewed and actioned Each quarter Maximum benefit from available resources for work with families where there are blocks or problems Ensure CAF and Continuum of Need (CoN) processes are rolled out and embedded Early Support Coordinator DEBBIE DAWSON CAF and CoN procedures are understood and implemented by organisations Update and awareness raising Agenda item 03/10/13 Debbie Dawson 2013 Front-line staff are confident in initiating and coordinating assessments, so CYP in need are helped quickly & effectively - 1 -

7 Workforce Development Integrated Working Ensure One Children s Workforce processes are embedded HELEN BOLTON Monitoring of e-learning Safeguarding Level 1 uptake by partners. Report on uptake and impact of Solihull approach to working with families Stats for Lancaster re Safeguarding Level 1 and Child Sexual exploitation (CSE) are: Safeguarding Level learners out of 2051 across Lancashire i.e. 13% CSE learners out of 358 across Lancashire i.e. 10% Support implementation of the Children s Centre Plus model at Lune Park and Heysham. THERESA MOORE Centres up and running, partners engaged with multiagency hub July 2013 Generic learning and development opportunities development opportunities standardised to improve integrated working Centres are operating effectively and involving partners and parents appropriately Hub update the CC Plus models are now part of the development of the Early Support service across Lancashire and the LIFP programme, therefore will now be linked with the roll out of the ES service in future. Work to ensure a Youth Zone provision in the district Site identified and funding secured Chris Snell to contact John Gordon and report findings to 03/10/13 Youth Zone provision agreed B. Aspire and Achieve NEET Schools Data Welfare Reform YPS support Trust to review NEET data and agree local activity to address issues CHRIS INGHAM and NEET action group Report given to by Chris Ingham - 11/07/13 Future report expected 16/01/14 Schools reps support Trust to review schools data and agree local activity to address issues Ensure partners and practitioners understand the impact on families Schools reps and WTWF Area Lead SARAH ROBOTHAM Data reviewed by Data reviewed by CHRIS SNELL JULIE MCGRATH CATHERINE ARMISTEAD JANINE TURNER Briefing for Lancaster CYP Trust Partners and Lead Professional Forum Report on impact of welfare reform on families One-off review in July Annual Report to Early 2014 Dec 2013 On going Partnership Workshop planned for Wednesday 6 th November 2013 focussing on Welfare Reforms Work of YPS and other relevant agencies is improved through ideas and challenge Work of schools and other relevant agencies is improved through ideas and challenge Partners and practitioners understand the impact on families of welfare reforms, are equipped to help explain significant changes and consider the impact in the development of family action plans Obtain up to date statistics from Job Centre on Families affected in District

8 C. Contribute and Engage Summer holiday activities Develop and promote a coherent menu of activities for CYP targeted at vulnerable CYP CHRIS INGHAM / SUE PICKTHALL Summer activities brochure published and distributed Summer Holiday Activity Brochure produced and distributed widely. June 2013 CYP engage with activities, reducing ASB and risky behaviour At a recent CYPMAF meeting members were asked to share information about any Summer Activities that their organisation provided during the holidays:- Universal Learning Solutions held workshops for parents and children; using resources from the natural environment a method popular with other countries. Libraries - over 60 young people volunteered in district libraries over the holidays YPS reported busiest ever summer programme for years, with different teams around the district. The Pool tournament had good attendance and was over subscribed, there was also cake making, clothes making on offer this year, all in all very successful summer events Larks in the Park was very popular with good attendance National Citizenship over the North West 26, to 16 year olds took part in the programme and were involved in many good causes including fundraising and volunteering. Curious Minds involving Art providers and providing opportunities for young people that wouldn t normally access the arts. YP went to Robin Hood in Williamson Park, resulted in YP engaging with LUDUS, taking part in workshops to continue their interest and introducing YP to The Dukes and encouraging them to get involved. Playschemes across the district were very successful; and LCC very happy with the provision. Home Start obtained a 100- donation from Bay Radio and joined with Poulton Children s Centre taking families on a day trip to Blackpool. Joy Holmes (CAMHS) mentioned that More Music Morecambe (MMM) had lots on offer and particularly engaged with 2 young clients. The district youth strategy group again co-ordinated a number of activities targeted at those young people aged in need. To complement the work of the play schemes there was activities for teenagers in the following areas of the district Marsh, Ridge, Ryland s, Heysham and Morecambe 2 venues delivered by voluntary and statuary organisations. This year using the remainder of the Early Support funding we also organised and delivered several cross district wide activities 3 days of football with approx. 60 young people attending each day, fashion show / project 25 young people, pool afternoon 76 young people and a fun evening at the new YPS venue at Morecambe Library on the last Friday evening 68 attended. Theses events worked well across district with only 1 incident between the groups which is very good. This is something we will continue with in the future with the reduction of funding it is a way of providing opportunities for the district young people to meet together. A number of the young people who attend the activities are on the working together with families list and or known to other agencies who work in the areas we delivered in. We did have 2 or 3 request from other areas in the district to deliver from but we did not have the resources to meet those requests and suggested they supported young people to attend activities in the wider area. One issue for next Summer is the lack of funding for some of the voluntary organisations in the district to plan and deliver to the older age group now the funding arrangements for Early Support have changed. The group also contributed to the publicity of the booklet in local areas and face book and other social media was used during the Summer to ensure young people were aware of what activities were taking place in the area they live

9 Request made to investigate whether there is any evidence available to show a reduction in ASB over the Summer Holiday period. Increased participation by CYP Embed CYP participation in District CYP Trust priority setting and decision making CHRIS INGHAM / SUE PICKTHALL YP attend workshop events; Trust engages with Schools' s and Parliament Improved engagement with CYP in decision making, priority setting and evaluation The Youth Strategy Group has the implementation of this item as its focus during the next year. Information from the Children and Young People s Trust County wide development day in Oct will be used to format an action plan for these areas of delivery. This is in line with the process of the Children and Young People s refreshed plan for Plus young people being elected to the District Youth and the election of the UKYP for the district is due in the next 6 months and would include greater links to the LCYPT. We also would like to widen the membership of the Youth Strategy Group to enable representation and action from primary schools and Children Centre s so the voices of all can engage in the work of the LCYPT. Young People are also being asked to provide relevant information for the next LCYPT Partnership meeting the topic of which is Welfare Reform and how this has affected them and their families. D. Health and Wellbeing Peer Education Agree activity to share and promote key health messages across CYP, the wider public and the CYP workforce Messages shared as appropriate March 2014 Suggestion from CYPT Coordinator is this something we could look at for February s Partnership Workshop? Task and finish Group to address this suggested contributors:- Public Health - Karen Gosling Addaction Simon Rothwell Aspire Project Mari Ryan Chlamydia Coordinators Strawberry Fields Paul Ireland Health & Well-Being Improved health outcomes for CYP (e.g. reduced teenage pregnancy, STDs, alcohol abuse, smoking and drug use) - 4 -

10 E. Safe From Harm Domestic Abuse Raise awareness and understanding of domestic abuse issues and services Domestic Abuse Reduction Group and AMANDA CRANE/CSP Effective links made between DARG/CSP and LDCYPT A reduction in the number of CYP experiencing or witnessing domestic abuse Suggestion: to link this in with the County-wide work on DA from an LCC perspective, invite Helen Cooper, Community Safety and Justice Coordinator, to a future (January 2014) meeting or a one-off T&F group. Also Empower (which was Blackpool Advocacy and Lancaster Women s Aid) could be invited to give a presentation to the. Children Looked After Develop joint work across districts with Children s Social Care to reduce the number of looked after children Receive regular updates from Children s Social Care Partners report on their activity and its impact on referrals Reduction in the number of looked after children Monitor the impact of the Early Support Hubs and other LIFP work on CSC referrals Update received by 11/07/13 Safeguarding Early Support Hubs seek info from Debbie Dawson (25/09/13) probably premature request not yet established re-visit Jan 2014 Improve joint working between Locality Safeguarding Children Group and Lancaster CYP Trust and PAUL HEGARTY Chair attending LSCB meeting 11 th December 2013 Meeting arranged between Chair of Lancaster, Fylde and Wyre Safeguarding Children Group and Chair of Lancaster CYP Trust to identify commonalities and develop consistent plans Dec 2013 LSCG and Lancaster CYP Trust have coherent joint plans that complement their work programmes Road Safety Endorse and monitor the implementation of District Road Safety Action Plans Road Safety Group AMANDA CRANE/CSP Effective links made between Road Safety Group and LDCYPT A reduction in the number of CYP killed and injured in road accidents Awaiting information update

11 F. Operation of the Trust Trust calendar of events Continue to deliver a programme of meetings, workshops and events to bring partners together. SUE PICKTHALL meetings Partnership workshops Quarterly 6 th Nov 2013 & Feb 2014 Annual Event Jun 2013 CYPMAF 5 times/ year All LDCYPT and Partnership Meetings now arranged until December 2014 enter dates Partners and young people are aware and involved in CT matters, increasing its capacity and effectiveness Partnership Thursday 16 th January Wednesday 6 th November 2013 Wednesday 19 th March Wednesday 12 th February Tuesday 17 th June Wednesday 2 nd July Thursday 18 th September Wednesday 5 th November Wednesday 3 rd December Effective representation from organisations CYPMAF Meetings scheduled until July 2014 Tuesday 19 th November 2013 Wednesday 5 th February 2014 Wednesday 7 th May 2014 Thursday 10 th July 2014 Ensure effective representation from education and health Full complement of partners on the /Trust in some form All relevant agencies and sectors are involved in the working of the Trust Any Trust Members identifying gap in service representation should contact CYPT Coordinator and suggest contacting with invitation

Sure Start children s centres statutory guidance. For local authorities, commissioners of local health services and Jobcentre Plus

Sure Start children s centres statutory guidance. For local authorities, commissioners of local health services and Jobcentre Plus Sure Start children s centres statutory guidance For local authorities, commissioners of local health services and Jobcentre Plus April 2013 Contents Summary 3 Sure Start children s centres statutory guidance

More information

Apologies for Absence Ch. Insp. Steve Kyte (Hounslow Metropolitan Police), Mahjabeen Mulbocus (MYP for Hounslow) and Julie Tomkins (EiP).

Apologies for Absence Ch. Insp. Steve Kyte (Hounslow Metropolitan Police), Mahjabeen Mulbocus (MYP for Hounslow) and Julie Tomkins (EiP). At a meeting of the Children's Trust Board held on Thursday, 4 February 2010 at 6:00 pm at Room 3, Ground Floor Annex,Civic Centre, Lampton Road, Hounslow. Present: Councillor Peter Thompson, Leader of

More information

Lancashire's Wellbeing Prevention and Early Help Service Pathways

Lancashire's Wellbeing Prevention and Early Help Service Pathways Lancashire's Wellbeing Prevention and Early Help Service Pathways Contents Introduction Assessment, action planning and outcomes measurement tools Service pathway Service pathway guidance Appendix 1 Report

More information

Activity Description Cost Outputs/Outcomes Progress Update BVSC Regeneration Officer

Activity Description Cost Outputs/Outcomes Progress Update BVSC Regeneration Officer Appendix 1: Main Areas of Activity & Achievements: Activity Description Cost Outputs/Outcomes Progress Update BVSC Regeneration 10,000 from AoO 11 small groups to have Officer increased capacity To support

More information

Building Resilient Families and Communities- A Performance Management Framework

Building Resilient Families and Communities- A Performance Management Framework Building Resilient Families and Communities- A Performance Management Framework April 2013 Document details Document version Version 7 Date revised Contributors: 31 st May 2013 Sharon Moore Staffordshire

More information

Supervision: Policy and Guidance

Supervision: Policy and Guidance Supervision: Policy and Guidance Minimum standards for the supervision of staff and volunteers working with children, young people and families Date of this document: 24.9.14 Date of Review: 24.9.17 JFDI

More information

Merton Safeguarding Children Board. Business Plan 2015 17

Merton Safeguarding Children Board. Business Plan 2015 17 Merton Safeguarding Children Board Business Plan 2015 17 Progress of this Plan will be updated monthly & monitored at each MSCB Meeting Approved by Business Implementation Group 12 th Page 1 1. Quality

More information

Sue Walls, Catherine Mason, Joint Chairs, Training subgroup & Gabrielle Heeney Business Manager. Safeguarding Training 2011-12

Sue Walls, Catherine Mason, Joint Chairs, Training subgroup & Gabrielle Heeney Business Manager. Safeguarding Training 2011-12 AGENDA ITEM NO: REPORT TO Conwy & Denbighshire LSCB Executive Board REPORT BY: Sue Walls, Catherine Mason, Joint Chairs, Training subgroup & Gabrielle Heeney Business Manager DATE: May 2012. Safeguarding

More information

A new look. at Norfolk County Council Children s Services. Find out more about us

A new look. at Norfolk County Council Children s Services. Find out more about us Our ambition is for all children in Norfolk to achieve their full potential and have their needs met at the earliest possible opportunity so that no child in Norfolk is left behind. We want Norfolk to

More information

Delivering the Forward View: NHS planning guidance 2016/17 2020/21. December 2015

Delivering the Forward View: NHS planning guidance 2016/17 2020/21. December 2015 Delivering the Forward View: NHS planning guidance 2016/17 2020/21 December 2015 Delivery Five Year Forward View Focus on:- Restoring financial balance Delivering core access and quality Closing three

More information

GREAT WALTHAM C of E PRIMARY SCHOOL

GREAT WALTHAM C of E PRIMARY SCHOOL GREAT WALTHAM C of E PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILD PROTECTION POLICY JULY 2015 Approved by Staff July 2015 Adopted by Governors of the FGB Committee July 2015 Recommended Review Date July 2016 1 KEY CONTACTS WITHIN

More information

KIRKLEES SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN BOARD BUSINESS PLAN 2013 2016. Board Priorities for 2013 2016

KIRKLEES SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN BOARD BUSINESS PLAN 2013 2016. Board Priorities for 2013 2016 KIRKLEES SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN BOARD BUSINESS PLAN Board Priorities for Promote, monitor and evaluate multi agency effectiveness in safeguarding children and young people Strengthen and support a competent

More information

Appendix 1 Action Plan and Progress Against Current Status of Peer Review and Ofsted Fostering Report Recommendations

Appendix 1 Action Plan and Progress Against Current Status of Peer Review and Ofsted Fostering Report Recommendations Appendix 1 Action Plan and Progress Against Current Status of Peer Review and Ofsted Fostering Report Recommendations Peer Review Recommendations Recommendation Timescale Lead officer Actions Evidence/Impact

More information

Leeds Drug and Alcohol Strategy and Action Plan (2013 2016)

Leeds Drug and Alcohol Strategy and Action Plan (2013 2016) 1 Leeds Drug and Alcohol Strategy and Action Plan (2013 2016) Leeds is a city that promotes a responsible attitude to alcohol and where individuals, families and communities affected by the use of drugs

More information

Somerset s transformation plan for children and young people s mental health and wellbeing (2015-2020)

Somerset s transformation plan for children and young people s mental health and wellbeing (2015-2020) Somerset s transformation plan for children and young people s mental health and wellbeing (2015-2020) Deborah Howard Joint Head of Mental Health Services, Somerset CCG & Somerset CC 27 th January 2016

More information

Health and Education

Health and Education Health and Education Working Together for all Children The Role of the School Health Nurse Summary Historically, the school nursing service has been perceived as one which offers advice to school age children

More information

Plymouth City Council. Plymouth Children and Young People s Trust

Plymouth City Council. Plymouth Children and Young People s Trust Plymouth Practitioners Guide to the Common Assessment Framework Plymouth City Council Plymouth Children and Young People s Trust Introduction The Common Assessment Framework (CAF) is a core element of

More information

An audit of Healthy School programmes working with Colleges in England

An audit of Healthy School programmes working with Colleges in England An audit of Healthy School programmes working with Colleges in England Claire Drury & Sharon Doherty Healthy Settings Development Unit University of Central Lancashire July 2005 Content 1 Introduction

More information

Item 1c Minutes and matters arising from the previous meeting on 20 March 2015

Item 1c Minutes and matters arising from the previous meeting on 20 March 2015 Meeting of the Nottinghamshire Children s Trust Board Thursday 23 April 2015-9.00am Present: Derek Higton (DHi) (Chair) - Nottinghamshire County Council Dr David Hannah (DHa) Nottinghamshire Clinical Commissioning

More information

Communications Strategy

Communications Strategy Communications Communications July 2013 Version 1.1 1 Communications River Clyde Homes Vision Our vision is to provide quality, affordable homes, in neighbourhoods we can be proud of and to deliver excellent

More information

This report provides an introduction to the Healthy Schools London programme and an update on Healthy Schools activity in Waltham Forest.

This report provides an introduction to the Healthy Schools London programme and an update on Healthy Schools activity in Waltham Forest. Partnership: Health & Wellbeing Board Date 14 th June 2016 Title: Healthy Schools London Report of: Claire Mulrenan, Public Health Strategist Phone: 07890 320 211 Email: Claire.mulrenan@walthamforest.gov.uk

More information

Family Intervention Projects/Vulnerable Household Services

Family Intervention Projects/Vulnerable Household Services Family Intervention Projects/Vulnerable Household Services 24 th July 2014 INTRODUCTION Since the Supporting People funded Family Intervention Projects (FIP) /Vulnerable Household Projects were set up

More information

Get Britain Working Measures Official Statistics

Get Britain Working Measures Official Statistics Get Britain Working Measures Official Statistics Publication date: 9:30am Wednesday 21 August 2013 Contents Summary... 3 Introduction... 3 Get Britain Working Measures Policy Description... 3 Technical

More information

The Short Breaks Services Statement for children and young people who are sensory impaired and/or are disabled. Derby City Council

The Short Breaks Services Statement for children and young people who are sensory impaired and/or are disabled. Derby City Council The Short Breaks Services Statement for children and young people who are sensory impaired and/or are disabled Derby City Council 1 April 2015 31 March 2016 Introduction Any parent will be able to recall

More information

Wiltshire Council. Cabinet. Date of meeting: 17 March 2015. Adoption Agency Six Month Report. Children s Services. Key Decision:

Wiltshire Council. Cabinet. Date of meeting: 17 March 2015. Adoption Agency Six Month Report. Children s Services. Key Decision: Wiltshire Council Cabinet Date of meeting: 17 March 2015 Subject: Cabinet member: Key Decision: Adoption Agency Six Month Report Councillor Laura Mayes Children s Services No Executive Summary The purpose

More information

School Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy 2014/2015

School Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy 2014/2015 School Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy 2014/2015 Abbey Park Primary Academy Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy 2014/2015 The Acting Principal is Emme Ford This policy was developed on the 10

More information

THE BLACKPOOL CHALLENGE

THE BLACKPOOL CHALLENGE 1) Why the Blackpool Challenge Exists Working in partnership Blackpool early years settings, primary and secondary schools and post 16 settings, academy sponsors, local authority, Diocesan boards, and

More information

Performance Management Framework

Performance Management Framework Performance Management Framework June 2015 1 Quantity How much did we do? BSCB Performance Management Framework Quality How well did we do it? Outcomes What is the impact? 2 1. Introduction Bradford Safeguarding

More information

SCHOOL CHILD PROTECTION POLICY

SCHOOL CHILD PROTECTION POLICY SCHOOL CHILD PROTECTION POLICY (NAME OF SCHOOL) This policy was originally developed on (INSERT DATE) and adopted on (INSERT DATE). The name of the Designated Senior Person is: (INSERT NAME) The name of

More information

Working with those in most need

Working with those in most need Working with those in most need Annette Wray 1 Introduction Antenatal to five months pathway 0-2 years Working with social care Other vulnerable groups Challenges and opportunities 2 East Riding of Yorkshire

More information

Kirklees Youth Offending Team. Kirklees Youth Justice Summary Plan 2010-2011

Kirklees Youth Offending Team. Kirklees Youth Justice Summary Plan 2010-2011 Kirklees Youth Offending Team Kirklees Youth Justice Summary Plan 2010-2011 About Kirklees Kirklees is one of the larger Local Authority districts in England and Wales, with a population of over 400,000,

More information

Workshop materials Completed templates and forms

Workshop materials Completed templates and forms Workshop materials Completed templates and forms Contents The forms and templates attached are examples of how a nurse or midwife may record how they meet the requirements of revalidation. Mandatory forms

More information

Children s Services Improvement and Business Support. Service Review 2013/14

Children s Services Improvement and Business Support. Service Review 2013/14 Children s Services Improvement and Business Support Service Review 2013/14 Service Name: Children s Services Improvement and Business Support Service Contact: Richard Williams Date of review: 2013/14

More information

Building Schools for the Future. Communications and Engagement Plan

Building Schools for the Future. Communications and Engagement Plan Building Schools for the Future Communications and Engagement Plan 1.0 Project Background BSF is a unique transformational project that will transform teaching and learning for young people, teachers and

More information

Bsafe Blackpool Community Safety and Drugs Partnership. Drug and Alcohol treatment planning in the community for Young People and Adults 2012/13

Bsafe Blackpool Community Safety and Drugs Partnership. Drug and Alcohol treatment planning in the community for Young People and Adults 2012/13 Bsafe Blackpool Community Safety and Drugs Partnership Drug and Alcohol treatment planning in the community for Young People and Adults 2012/13 Planning Framework Treatment plan Planning Framework Bsafe

More information

Performing Arts College. sandra.underwood@lythamhigh.lancs.sch.uk. Year 6-7 Transition via Pyramid Club

Performing Arts College. sandra.underwood@lythamhigh.lancs.sch.uk. Year 6-7 Transition via Pyramid Club Case Study Establishment name: Lancashire no. 04/114 Contact name: Email: Lytham St Annes (LSA) Technology and Performing Arts College Sandra Underwood Telephone no. 01253 733192 Award granted: Project

More information

Renfrewshire Council Children s Services. School improvement plan publication certificate

Renfrewshire Council Children s Services. School improvement plan publication certificate Renfrewshire Council Children s Services School improvement plan publication certificate Name of establishment Please tick () where appropriate 1. The plan takes account of the service outcomes Yes No

More information

Grow with Peterborough

Grow with Peterborough Grow with Peterborough Children s social care services at Peterborough City Council continue to develop to ensure that we provide high quality services to children and young people within the community.

More information

Time Activity More Information Where

Time Activity More Information Where MONDAY What s On 4th January - 10th April 2016 Children and Families: Prevention Harrogate & town areas 9-11am 9-11am Family Outreach Worker Drop-In Family Outreach Worker Drop-In Need advice and support?

More information

Performance Evaluation Report 2013 14. The City of Cardiff Council Social Services

Performance Evaluation Report 2013 14. The City of Cardiff Council Social Services Performance Evaluation Report 2013 14 The City of Cardiff Council Social Services October 2014 This report sets out the key areas of progress and areas for improvement in The City of Cardiff Council Social

More information

Cabinet. Corporate Performance Monitoring Report: Third Quarter 2015-16. Agenda Item: Date of Meeting 16 March 2016

Cabinet. Corporate Performance Monitoring Report: Third Quarter 2015-16. Agenda Item: Date of Meeting 16 March 2016 Agenda Item: Cabinet Date of Meeting 16 March 2016 Lead Member Cllr. Robin Cook Local Members All Members Lead Officer Debbie Ward, Chief Executive Subject of Report Executive Summary Corporate Performance

More information

Drug treatment performance summary. CCG Board January 2014

Drug treatment performance summary. CCG Board January 2014 Drug treatment performance summary CCG Board January 214 Prevalence 3, 2, 1, 242 2424 opiate and/or crack.. upper & lower CI's Prevalence of crack and opiate use is down. 1866 8-9 9-1 1-11 Similar to the

More information

HCS. Inspection date 3 August 2007. Inspection number 300493

HCS. Inspection date 3 August 2007. Inspection number 300493 HCS Inspection date 3 August 2007 Inspection number 300493 Inspection report: HCS, 3 August 2007 Contents Background information... 3 Inspection judgements... 3 Scope of the inspection... 3 Description

More information

Adolescent Risk Management Group

Adolescent Risk Management Group Adolescent Risk Management Group Terms of Reference and Information Sharing Protocol April 2011 Review date: March 2012 1 Adolescent Risk Management Group Terms of Reference Introduction The outlined protocols

More information

Inquiry into teenage pregnancy. Lanarkshire Sexual Health Strategy Group

Inquiry into teenage pregnancy. Lanarkshire Sexual Health Strategy Group Inquiry into teenage pregnancy Lanarkshire Sexual Health Strategy Group A. Do you have any views on the current policy direction being taken at the national level in Scotland to reduce rates of teenage

More information

Safer Solihull Working together for a safer Solihull

Safer Solihull Working together for a safer Solihull Safer Solihull Working together for a safer Solihull NOTES FROM SAFER SOLIHULL BOARD MEETING 4 JUNE 2015 16:00-18:20 VANESSA CARROLL SUITE, SOLIHULL POLICE STATION Present: Cllr Karen Grinsell (Chair),

More information

Big Chat 4. Strategy into action. NHS Southport and Formby CCG

Big Chat 4. Strategy into action. NHS Southport and Formby CCG Big Chat 4 Strategy into action NHS Southport and Formby CCG Royal Clifton Hotel, Southport, 19 November 2014 Contents What is the Big Chat? 3 About Big Chat 4 4 How the event worked 4 Presentations 5

More information

SERVICE SPECIFICATION

SERVICE SPECIFICATION SERVICE SPECIFICATION Provision of a Service for Young Carers Wokingham Borough Council OFFICIAL - SENSITIVE Page 1 1. Introduction This is the service specification for the provision of a Young Carers

More information

Joint Surrey Carers Commissioning Strategy for 2012/3 to 2014/5 Key Priorities for Surrey Multi Agency Delivery Plan - May 2012

Joint Surrey Carers Commissioning Strategy for 2012/3 to 2014/5 Key Priorities for Surrey Multi Agency Delivery Plan - May 2012 Joint Surrey Carers Commissioning Strategy for 2012/3 to 2014/5 Key Priorities for Surrey Multi Agency Delivery Plan - May 2012 Note this Delivery Plan will be updated & republished 3 times a year throughout

More information

YOUTH SERVICE TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT CALENDAR

YOUTH SERVICE TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT CALENDAR YOUTH SERVICE TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT CALENDAR APRIL 2010 MARCH 2011 1 of 24 Contents Page Training Calendar Introduction 3 Booking System & Non Attendance at Training Events 4 Staff Development Procedures

More information

Business Case for Contribution to LDAAT Drug Intervention Programme (DIP)

Business Case for Contribution to LDAAT Drug Intervention Programme (DIP) Appendix 'A' Business Case for Contribution to LDAAT Drug Intervention Programme (DIP) Outcomes to be Addressed: Reducing Re-offending Reducing the harm caused by drug and alcohol misuse Drugs Intervention

More information

Working Together to Safeguard Children

Working Together to Safeguard Children Working Together to Safeguard Children A guide to inter-agency working to safeguard and promote the welfare of children March 2013 Contents Summary 5 About this guidance 5 What is the status of this guidance?

More information

Bath and North East Somerset Section 2 CYPP/APA Review June 2007 Major Development Items

Bath and North East Somerset Section 2 CYPP/APA Review June 2007 Major Development Items APPX 2 Bath and North East Somerset Section 2 CYPP/APA Review June 2007 Major Development Items Outcome Deliver the Be Healthy Improvements What are the key priorities for improvement in 20072008 and why

More information

Teenage Pregnancy and Sexual Health Marketing Strategy November 2009

Teenage Pregnancy and Sexual Health Marketing Strategy November 2009 Teenage Pregnancy and Sexual Health Marketing Strategy November 2009 Produced by Partners Andrews Aldridge and Fuel Data Strategies on behalf of the Department of Health and the Department for Children,

More information

Transforming / Redesigning Early Help Systems. Wolverhampton, Solihull and Birmingham WM ADCS Conference 13 th November 2015

Transforming / Redesigning Early Help Systems. Wolverhampton, Solihull and Birmingham WM ADCS Conference 13 th November 2015 Transforming / Redesigning Early Help Systems. Wolverhampton, Solihull and Birmingham WM ADCS Conference 13 th November 2015 City of Wolverhampton Council Children s Services Redesign Children s Services

More information

Children s Services. Children and Young People Scrutiny Panel. Report of progress against NPCYP and APA/JAR. 20 December 2007.

Children s Services. Children and Young People Scrutiny Panel. Report of progress against NPCYP and APA/JAR. 20 December 2007. Children s Services Children and Young People Scrutiny Panel 20 December 2007 Report of progress against NPCYP and APA/JAR Report by: Ward Implications: Catherine Fitt, Executive Director of Children s

More information

London Borough of Lewisham. Children s Social Care Placements & Procurement Strategy. LAC Commissioning Plan 2014 2016

London Borough of Lewisham. Children s Social Care Placements & Procurement Strategy. LAC Commissioning Plan 2014 2016 London Borough of Lewisham Children s Social Care Placements & Procurement Strategy LAC Commissioning Plan 2014 2016 Reviewed December 2014 Page 1 Contents 1. Summary 3 2. Purpose..3 3. Local policy Context.3

More information

Conwy Children and Young People s Plan Priority Areas

Conwy Children and Young People s Plan Priority Areas Conwy Children and Young People s Plan Priority Areas Priority areas as updated in the October 2009 plan review (new and changed priorities are highlighted in blue). For a full copy of the Conwy Children

More information

Dorset s Model of Good Practice: Education and Support for Pregnant Students and School Age Parents

Dorset s Model of Good Practice: Education and Support for Pregnant Students and School Age Parents Dorset s Model of Good Practice: Education and Support for Pregnant Students and School Age Parents Updated April 2009 1 ================================================================ Contents Page Introduction

More information

ANNUAL PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL S EDUCATION AND CHILDREN S SOCIAL CARE SERVICES 2005

ANNUAL PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL S EDUCATION AND CHILDREN S SOCIAL CARE SERVICES 2005 Alexandra House 33 Kingsway London WC2B 6SE T 08456 404045 Email edhelpline@ofsted.gov.uk Dr Paul Gray Director of Children s Services Surrey County Council County Hall Penrhyn Rd Kingston upon Thames

More information

Paper to Norwich Locality Board. Tuesday 21 st August 2012. Title: Norwich Alcohol Needs Assessment, Strategy and Action Plan

Paper to Norwich Locality Board. Tuesday 21 st August 2012. Title: Norwich Alcohol Needs Assessment, Strategy and Action Plan Paper to Norwich Locality Board Tuesday 21 st August 2012 Title: Norwich Alcohol Needs Assessment, Strategy and Action Plan J. Cox, Anne Louise Schofield, Jonathan Fagge and Dr A. Pereira Purpose of paper:

More information

Guidance EARLY EDUCATION. Supporting children aged 0-5 with SEND to access their childcare

Guidance EARLY EDUCATION. Supporting children aged 0-5 with SEND to access their childcare This guidance has been reviewed following the publication of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice: 0 to 25 years published by the Department for Education and Department of Health

More information

The Summer Reading Challenge evaluation results

The Summer Reading Challenge evaluation results The Summer Reading Challenge evaluation results Overview Organised by The Reading Agency and the UK public library network since 1999, the Summer Reading Challenge is the UK s biggest annual reading promotion

More information

Social Services Change Plan. Report to CMT June 2012

Social Services Change Plan. Report to CMT June 2012 Social Services Change Plan Report to CMT June 2012 Social Services Change Plan 1. Programme Status 2. Project Updates - Integrating Health & Social Care Services - Commissioning - Integrating Social Care

More information

2006 ANNUAL PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF SERVICES FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN BARKING AND DAGENHAM COUNCIL

2006 ANNUAL PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF SERVICES FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN BARKING AND DAGENHAM COUNCIL Alexandra House 33 Kingsway London WC2B 6SE T 08456 404045 enquiries@ofsted.gov.uk www.ofsted.gov.uk Roger Luxton OBE Director of Children s Services London Borough of Barking & Dagenham Civic Centre Dagenham

More information

Stage 2: Making a referral

Stage 2: Making a referral Stage 2: Making a referral This Stage covers: How to make a referral and where to send it Screening referrals Trafford s 5 Harms 16.5 What is a referral? A referral is the direct reporting of an allegation,

More information

Early Intervention. London. Masterclass. Friday 11 April 2014. @theeifoundation eif.org.uk

Early Intervention. London. Masterclass. Friday 11 April 2014. @theeifoundation eif.org.uk Early Intervention Masterclass London Friday 11 April 2014 @theeifoundation eif.org.uk Croydon as an Early Intervention Place Dwynwen Stepien April 2014 Croydon Major transport hub Borough of contrasts

More information

Implementing a new 0 to 25 special needs system: LAs and partners

Implementing a new 0 to 25 special needs system: LAs and partners Implementing a new 0 to 25 special needs system: LAs and partners Duties and timescales - what you must do and when March 2015 Contents Summary 4 Delivering cultural change through working with children,

More information

North Lancashire Learning Disability Partnership Board Health Sub-Group Meeting 18.10.2012 Shared Approach Office 2-4:30pm Who came to the meeting

North Lancashire Learning Disability Partnership Board Health Sub-Group Meeting 18.10.2012 Shared Approach Office 2-4:30pm Who came to the meeting North Lancashire Learning Disability Partnership Board Health Sub-Group Meeting 18.10.2012 Shared Approach Office 2-4:30pm Who came to the meeting Chris Upton (CU) Heather Cottingham (HC) Maureen Bartley

More information

DEVONSHIRE PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL SAFEGUARDING / CHILD PROTECTION POLICY. The designated senior officer for Child Protection is: Mrs.

DEVONSHIRE PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL SAFEGUARDING / CHILD PROTECTION POLICY. The designated senior officer for Child Protection is: Mrs. DEVONSHIRE PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL SAFEGUARDING / CHILD PROTECTION POLICY The designated senior officer for Child Protection is: Mrs. Jill Billinge In her absence the role will be undertaken by: Mrs. C Tracey

More information

Getting it right for children and families Maximising the school nursing team contribution The Vision and Call to Action

Getting it right for children and families Maximising the school nursing team contribution The Vision and Call to Action Getting it right for children and families Maximising the school nursing team contribution The Vision and Call to Action Delivering a 21 st century service Supporting young carers Wendy Nicholson Professional

More information

3. Children who need help: children of all ages, who need help, are identified as in need or are subject to a Child Protection Plan.

3. Children who need help: children of all ages, who need help, are identified as in need or are subject to a Child Protection Plan. Outcome Plan The Family Outcome Plan has been created to help identify and address the needs of families who face multiple complex needs, as set out in the 6 criteria below: 1. Parents and children involved

More information

Central Gateway Grants. Arts Development Cultural Drivers Investment Programme 2014-16. Help with completing your Application Form

Central Gateway Grants. Arts Development Cultural Drivers Investment Programme 2014-16. Help with completing your Application Form Central Gateway Grants Arts Development Cultural Drivers Investment Programme 2014-16 Help with completing your Application Form These supporting guidance notes are to help you understand what the Central

More information

To provide support and advice for young women who are pregnant and young parents.

To provide support and advice for young women who are pregnant and young parents. Teenage Pregnancy Description To provide support and advice for young women who are pregnant and young parents. Different approaches/programmes/interventions The Isle of Wight Integrated Sexual Health

More information

November 2014 March 2015

November 2014 March 2015 November 2014 March 2015 April 2015 1 Executive Summary & Acknowledgements Background Aims Objectives National context Local context - Trafford School Nurse Service Methodology Project Outline Firs Primary

More information

Dacorum. Minutes of DSPL Area Group Meeting Date: Tuesday 21 st January 2014

Dacorum. Minutes of DSPL Area Group Meeting Date: Tuesday 21 st January 2014 Minutes of DSPL Area Group Meeting Date: Tuesday 21 st January 2014 PRESENT: Paula Harris, Head, Kings Langley Primary and DSPL Dacorum Lead Head Dolores Bennett, Head, Westfield First School and Nursery,

More information

One Newport s Performance Management Framework 2014/15

One Newport s Performance Management Framework 2014/15 One Newport s Performance Management Framework 2014/15 1) Introduction One Newport s Performance Management Framework (PMF) sets out One Newport s vision for how it plans to manage performance and delivery

More information

Working together to safeguard children. A guide to inter-agency working to safeguard and promote the welfare of children

Working together to safeguard children. A guide to inter-agency working to safeguard and promote the welfare of children Working together to safeguard children A guide to inter-agency working to safeguard and promote the welfare of children March 2015 Contents Introduction 5 About this guidance 6 What is the status of this

More information

Making Foreign Languages compulsory at Key Stage 2 Consultation Report: Overview

Making Foreign Languages compulsory at Key Stage 2 Consultation Report: Overview Making Foreign Languages compulsory at Key Stage 2 Consultation Report: Overview Introduction This report summarises the responses to the consultation on the Government s proposal to introduce foreign

More information

Children s Trust Board Sponsors: Derek Higton and Kate Allen TEENAGE PREGNANCY INTEGRATED COMMISSIONING STRATEGY UPDATE

Children s Trust Board Sponsors: Derek Higton and Kate Allen TEENAGE PREGNANCY INTEGRATED COMMISSIONING STRATEGY UPDATE Report to Children s Trust Board 6 th June 2013 Agenda Item 2 Children s Trust Board Sponsors: Derek Higton and Kate Allen TEENAGE PREGNANCY INTEGRATED COMMISSIONING STRATEGY UPDATE Purpose of the Report

More information

LSCB Self-Assessment Tool

LSCB Self-Assessment Tool LSCB Self-Assessment Tool The Local Safeguarding Children board s primary function is to bring together representatives from agencies and professionals responsible for safeguarding children. It is an inter-agency

More information

MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE COMMUNITY SERVICES PPRP TUESDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 2007 CONFERENCE ROOMS 1&2, JOHN MUIR HOUSE, HADDINGTON

MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE COMMUNITY SERVICES PPRP TUESDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 2007 CONFERENCE ROOMS 1&2, JOHN MUIR HOUSE, HADDINGTON MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE COMMUNITY SERVICES PPRP TUESDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 2007 CONFERENCE ROOMS 1&2, JOHN MUIR HOUSE, HADDINGTON Committee Members Present: Councillor J McNeil (Convener) Councillor J

More information

Children s Trust Board Sponsor: Dr Kate Allen, Consultant in Public Health

Children s Trust Board Sponsor: Dr Kate Allen, Consultant in Public Health Report to Children s Trust Board 6 th November 2014 Agenda Item: 4 Children s Trust Board Sponsor: Dr Kate Allen, Consultant in Public Health NOTTINGHAMSHIRE SCHOOL NURSING SERVICE REVIEW IMPLICATIONS

More information

APPENDIX A. Invitation to Tender Specification for Welfare and Debt Advice Services

APPENDIX A. Invitation to Tender Specification for Welfare and Debt Advice Services APPENDIX A Invitation to Tender Specification for Welfare and Debt Advice Services Section 1 Service Specification Service Welfare and Debt Advice Services Period 1 st July 2016 30 th June 2019 1. Purpose

More information

Slough Children s Services Trust Independent Fostering Agency Statement of Purpose 2016-2017

Slough Children s Services Trust Independent Fostering Agency Statement of Purpose 2016-2017 Slough Children s Services Trust Independent Fostering Agency Statement of Purpose 2016-2017 Prepared by: Colin Bent and Jo Neale Practice Managers - Fostering Fostering Statement of Purpose 2016-2017

More information

Parents Welcome Address

Parents Welcome Address Parents Welcome Address 21 September 2013 Elgar Concert Hall Bramall Music Building Learning & Teaching at Birmingham Professor Jeff Bale Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education) History 1825 Medical School Founded

More information

USER VOICE. Why We Exist

USER VOICE. Why We Exist JOB DESCRIPTION Role: Location: Responsible to: Objective: Salary: Holiday: Probationary period: Engagement Team Member Women s Post (5 days a week, would consider 2 x part time roles) London and South

More information

Transition to the School Nursing Service

Transition to the School Nursing Service Transition to the School Nursing Service Contents Section A - Thinking about working in a school setting Chapter 1 - Introduction Chapter 2 - Reflection Section B - Working in the community Chapter 3 -

More information

Targeted health interventions for each individual school. Develop health needs assessment for each secondary and primary school

Targeted health interventions for each individual school. Develop health needs assessment for each secondary and primary school School profiles Aim Targeted health interventions for each individual school Develop health needs assessment for each secondary and primary school Work with school to develop a school action plan based

More information

Leeds South and East CCG Governing Body Meeting

Leeds South and East CCG Governing Body Meeting PAPER N Agenda Item: GB15/44 FOI Exempt: No Leeds South and East CCG Governing Body Meeting Date of meeting: Thursday 23 rd July 2015 Title: Annual Nursing Report Lead Governing Body Member: Ellie Monkhouse,

More information

Membership Management and Engagement Strategy 2014-17

Membership Management and Engagement Strategy 2014-17 Membership Management and Engagement Strategy 2014-17 communicating engaging representing Contents Introduction 3 What is membership? 4 Defining the membership community 5 Engaging members and the public

More information

Doncaster Safeguarding Children Board. A Serious Case Review. J children. The Executive Summary. January 2010

Doncaster Safeguarding Children Board. A Serious Case Review. J children. The Executive Summary. January 2010 Doncaster Safeguarding Children Board A Serious Case Review J children The Executive Summary January 2010 1 The terms of reference I. The following agencies to undertake Individual Management Reviews,

More information

8. Clerking a meeting

8. Clerking a meeting 8. Clerking a meeting 8.1 Planning a meeting The clerk should discuss the venue for the meeting with the headteacher and chair to ensure that governors are reasonably comfortable. If the setting is too

More information

Partners Councillor K J Churchill Huntingdonshire District Council Cambridgeshire County Council Councillor V H Lucas Cambridgeshire County Council

Partners Councillor K J Churchill Huntingdonshire District Council Cambridgeshire County Council Councillor V H Lucas Cambridgeshire County Council Strategic Health and Wellbeing Lead Officer: Dr Sue Lammin - HDC Partnership Board Terms of Reference To provide a forum for the wider engagement of parties interested in health, including mental health

More information

Report of visit Level of follow-up: Estyn monitoring

Report of visit Level of follow-up: Estyn monitoring Report of visit Level of follow-up: Estyn monitoring Bridgend Adult Community Learning Partnership Bridgend County Borough Council Civic Offices Angel Street Bridgend CF31 4WB Date of visit: by Estyn,

More information

Tackling mental health issues

Tackling mental health issues Local government s new public health role Health, adult social care and ageing Public health will become the responsibility of local government when it transfers from the NHS to local authorities in April

More information

FREELANCE TRAINER/TUTOR INFORMATION PACK JANUARY 2016

FREELANCE TRAINER/TUTOR INFORMATION PACK JANUARY 2016 FREELANCE TRAINER/TUTOR INFORMATION PACK JANUARY 2016 Deadline: Wednesday 3 rd February 2016 Interviews: Wednesday 10 th February 2016 About Us High Trees Community Development Trust is a registered charity

More information

MINUTES OF THE SEARCH AND GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE OF THE CORPORATION OF THE BLACKPOOL SIXTH FORM COLLEGE

MINUTES OF THE SEARCH AND GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE OF THE CORPORATION OF THE BLACKPOOL SIXTH FORM COLLEGE MINUTES OF THE SEARCH AND GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE OF THE CORPORATION OF THE BLACKPOOL SIXTH FORM COLLEGE Date: Monday 27 th April 2015 Venue: Sixth Form College Room: Committee Room Time: 1700hrs - 1815hrs

More information

Policy for delegating authority to foster carers. September 2013

Policy for delegating authority to foster carers. September 2013 Policy for delegating authority to foster carers September 2013 Purpose and scope of policy 1.1 Introduction Decision-making around the care of looked after children can be an area of conflict between

More information

Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Health ASCH04 (14/15)

Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Health ASCH04 (14/15) Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Health ASCH04 (14/15) Commissioning of Telecare as part of wider Assistive Technology Services for West Sussex July 2014 Report by Director of Public Health and

More information