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Dee Brecker Children and Young People’s Public Health Department of Health Wendi Murphy Strategic Development Lead Child Health Development Programme Making sense of local health and education partnerships
Making sense of the Healthy Further Education, children’s trust boards and the 5–19 Healthy Child Programme We hope that you will: - understand your role and the overall structure - understand the role you play within the structure - recognise how Healthy FE can help and support you.
Healthy lives, brighter futures (2009) Our vision: By 2020... England is the best place in the world for children and young people to grow up in. With: world-class health outcomes services of the highest quality excellent experiences in using services health improvements and much reduced health inequalities
Will become a statutory body Will collectively ‘own’ CYPP with responsibility to prepare, publish, monitor and review But individual partners must deliver it Will prepare and publish an annual progress report on what the partners have done Remember – the board will not deliver the plan or manage the partnerships! The Children’s Trust Board Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning (ASCL) Bill 2009
Strategic Health Authority Primary Care Trusts District councils Local police Youth Offending Team Local probation board Learning and Skills Council for England Connexions Current statutory partnersNew statutory partners Further education institutions (both FE and sixth form colleges) Maintained schools Academies City technology colleges, etc. Non-maintained special schools Jobcentre Plus Pupil Referral Units (Short Stay Schools)
Each plan will be required to include: needs assessment evidence of wide consultation outline of key improvement priorities strategy for local workforce to deliver priorities arrangements for early intervention and preventative action, and evidence of improvement. The CYPP is a joint strategy setting out how Children’s Trust partners will cooperate to improve children’s wellbeing What is the new CYPP? Healthy FE structure supports & informs CYPP
What is the Healthy Child Programme? an evidence-based early clinical intervention and public health programme for children, young people and their families the umbrella which sets out the good practice framework for the delivery of services from pre-conception through to 19 years old a universal progressive model.
Who’s the 5–19 Healthy Child Programme for? Frontline professionals delivering services that have a role in promoting 5- to 19-year-olds’ health and wellbeing: health service providers (e.g. school nurses, GPs) education providers (e.g. schools, FE organisations) wider services for children and young people (e.g. youth workers, voluntary sector, the youth justice service). Commissioners – quality, innovation, productivity, prevention
Healthy Child Programme 5–19 Universal Immunisations Sharing information on entry to FE EHW Sexual health Physical activity Ongoing support
Healthy Child Programme 5–19 progressive element Safeguarding Targeted immunisation Emotional and psychological health and wellbeing Drug and alcohol Smoking cessation SEN Youth Justice LAC Complex health needs Young parents Workforce
Where does FE fit in/your role? Who knows the student population best? Who already commissions services for young people? Who has a voice on the Children’s Trust Board?
Where do you take your knowledge and expertise? JSNA Children’s Trust Board Commissioners Providers
Challenges Primary care commissioners Children’s commissioners LA commissioners PB commissioners Public Health commissioners Ed. based commissioners
What support do you need? Linking to commissioners – Health/Local Authority Linking to other FE institutions – Regional/National Business cases – local and consortia Commissioning support
Further information on commissioning: email@example.com Wendi Murphy Strategic Development Lead Child Health Development Programme Further information about Healthy FE: W: excellencegateway.org.uk/hfep E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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