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1 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Developing Children’s Trust Arrangements in Wiltshire This presentation needs to be viewed as a slideshow. Once started, select topics by clicking on underlined text in the opening diagram. Then work through the slides that come up (using the left mouse button) until a black square appears. Click on the black square to return to the opening diagram and select another topic.

2 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Integrated Processes Director of Children’s Services Lead Member Children & Young People’s Trust Board Local Safeguarding Children Board.Local Safeguarding Children Board Inter-agency Governance Children’s Centres Extended Schools Local Collaborative PartnershipsLocal Collaborative Partnerships Integrated Youth Services Common Core of Skills Multi-disciplinary Teams Integrated Safeguarding Integrated support for children with additional needs. Integrated Front-Line Delivery Needs Analysis Children and Young People’s Plan Local workforce planning Joint Commissioning Pooled Budgets. Integrated Strategy Common Assessment FrameworkCommon Assessment Framework Identifying vulnerable children & young peopleIdentifying vulnerable children & young people Information Sharing Lead Professional Service Directory Click on underlined text to find out more

3 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: CTA

4 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Director of Children’s Services Lead Member Inter-agency Governance Carolyn Godfrey [statutory] Director of Children’s Services Councillor Nancy Bryant Lead Member for Children’s Services Click on the square to return

5 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Director of Children’s Services Lead Member Children & Young People’s Trust Board Inter-agency Governance Jim Smith Chair of Wiltshire Children & Young People’s Trust Board (parent governor) Becky Holloway Vice-chair of Wiltshire Children & Young People’s Trust Board (young person’s rep) Click to continue

6 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Leadership & governance Director of Children’s Services Lead Member County Councillors x3 AD (Schools) AD (Children & Families) AD (Resources, Improvement & Young People) Chief Executive – Wiltshire PCT Director of Public Health Non-Executive Director – PCT Children & Young People’s Trust Board Membership District Councils x4 Police x2 Probation Youth Offending Service Connexions Learning & Skills Council Community Safety Young person reps x3 Parent reps x3 Voluntary sector reps x3 Headteacher reps x3 District Councils x1 Police x1 Probation Learning & Skills Council Community Safety Voluntary sector reps x1 Director of Children’s Services Lead Member (chair) AD (Schools) AD (Children & Families) AD (Resources, Improvement & Young People) Chief Executive – Wiltshire PCT Executive Membership Click to continue

7 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Leadership & governance Children & Young People’s Trust Board Click on the square to return

8 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Director of Children’s Services Lead Member Children & Young People’s Trust Board Local Safeguarding Children Board. Inter-agency Governance Click on the square to return

9 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Children & young people looked after by County Council approximately 330 Children & young people subject of a Child Protection Plan approximately 120 Children & young people with special educational needs approximately 20,000 All children & young people 0-19 approximately 112,000 Level 1 Children & young people who need some additional help approximately 25,000 Level 2 Children & young people needing intensive help approximately 2,500 Levels 3/4 Children & young people in Wiltshire Level of need Click to continue

10 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Level 1 Level 2 Levels 3/4 Click on the square to return Services corresponding to levels of need

11 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Children & Young People’s Plan Published April 2008 Click on the Plan to view a copy Click HERE to find out more about the Children and Young People’s Plan Click to continue

12 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Click to view a copy of the Plan Click HERE to find out more about the Children and Young People’s Plan Click to continue

13 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Children & Young People’s Plan Things to do – places to go – people to talk to Supporting mental well-being Including disabled children & young people Promoting resilience Tackling domestic abuse Obesity, healthy eating & exercise Reducing NEET (not in education, employment or training) Reducing substance misuse Improving achievement – narrowing the gaps Improving sexual health – including reducing teenage pregnancy. 10 priorities – agreed by the Children & Young People’s Trust Board Click to continue

14 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: a sample page Children & Young People’s Plan Click to continue

15 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Click to continue Accessing other layers of the Plan Children & Young People’s Plan Click on the square to return

16 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Click on the square to return Needs Assessment Define Outcomes Define the “How” Develop Specification Draft Contract Tender Process Award Contract Purchasing from Contract Customer Service Delivery Outcomes & Results Monitor & Review Performance Evaluate & Feedback Commissioning & Procurement Cycle Planning Contracting Evaluating Delivering

17 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Click to continue Click on the square to return Shared Processes Common Assessment Framework Click above to view “What to do”guide Click HERE to find out more about “What to do”.

18 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Click to continue Click on the square to return Shared Processes Identifying vulnerable children & young people Click above to view “What to do”guide Click HERE to find out more about “What to do”.

19 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Click to continue Click on the square to return Shared Processes Lead Professional Click above to view “What to do”guide Click HERE to find out more about “What to do”.

20 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Shared Processes Information sharing Click to continue Click on the square to return Click above to view “What to do”guide Click HERE to find out more about “What to do”.

21 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Pathways Services Directory Click to continue Click on the square to return Click HERE to go to “Search for services”

22 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Children’s Centres Early education with full day care including early identification of children with special needs Outreach to parents Family support Health services Base for childminders - service hub for childcare services Links with Jobcentre Plus - and local training providers Links with Children's Information Services, Extended Schools Management and workforce training. “Core Offer”: Click to continue

23 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Models of Children’s Centres Click to continue

24 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Click to continue Click on the square to return Children’s Centres 20 Sure Start children’s centres by March reaching about 800 children each Developments in Wiltshire : A further 10 children’s centre to be established by Children’s Centre at Downton

25 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Extended schools Extended services in & around schools childcare from 8am to 6pm – available all year round; varied and interesting activities for children – including to support non-academic forms of achievement; parenting support – including parent engagement with education; community access to ICT, sports & arts facilities; access to specialist support services – such as child and family health. The “core offer” : Click to continue

26 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Extended schools Extended services in and around schools 70% of secondary schools providing access to the full range of services 40% of primaries are fully operational expectation that all schools will be meeting the full core offer by Extended school development in Wiltshire : Click on the square to return

27 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: To: provide a range of activities which reflect local need develop partnerships between schools to promote inclusion and support behaviour and attendance identify and support children & young people who need additional help (at Level 2) – before their problems become more severe provide a framework for locality commissioning. Local Collaborative Partnerships (of schools and local service providers) Click on the square to return

28 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Multi-disciplinary teams Current examples Youth offending services delivered by a multi- disciplinary team Local Education Teams Click on the square to return

29 Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Integrated Youth Services Wiltshire’s NEW “Services for Young People” Three elements: Youth Work (incorporating Youth Development Service) Individual Learner Support (incorporating Connexions) Targeted Services (incorporating Youth Offending Service) Click on the square to return


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