Presentation on theme: "Barking & Dagenham Safeguarding Children Board : The Practitioner Forum Tessa McNally – Childrens Workforce Development Officer Maura Cardy – Interim Quality."— Presentation transcript:
Barking & Dagenham Safeguarding Children Board : The Practitioner Forum Tessa McNally – Childrens Workforce Development Officer Maura Cardy – Interim Quality Assurance Manager Keri Clay – Named Nurse in Safeguarding for NELCS
Discover The Background Brief description of the last two SCRs in Barking and Dagenham Process of the briefings to cascade the learning (no blame culture) Serious Case Review Tool kit (www.londonscb.gov.uk)www.londonscb.gov.uk The Emergence of the Practitioner Forum
The Dream Establishing the Practitioner Forums Getting started Support from the LSCB Munro Volunteers Session 1 – Planning the journey
Design Journey of the practitioners forums First Meeting Planning future meetings Group culture Terms of reference
Feedback from Forum Members I think that the lessons from SCR's need to continue to be addressed at every opportunity so it becomes embedded in daily practice; I think that sharing information and concerns would allow practitioners to feel supported to work with complex families better; I must say that I found the meeting most refreshing, well structured, inclusive and productive. I feel optimistic that it is not simply a paper exercise and some good can come out of it. Well done you and whoever assisted you in setting up this forum.
Delivery (1) SCR action plans: how green are the greens ? Has local practice had changed ? Broader benefits of the Forum Developing a work plan
Summary Following the death of Baby Peter Connolly, Lord Lamings review told those working in childrens services that most of the necessary reforms were in place and they should now just do it. We found that most frameworks and improvements were in place – even if some of these need updating. What are you now planning to do ? For further details please contact: Maura.Cardy@lbbd.gov.ukMaura.Cardy@lbbd.gov.uk ; Keri.Clay@nhs.net; Tessa.McNally@lbbd.gov.ukKeri.Clay@nhs.net
References Executive Summaries of the Serious Case Reviews into Child T and Baby M (2010) can be found at http://www.bardaglscb.co.uk/Publications/Pages/SeriousCaseReview.aspx http://www.bardaglscb.co.uk/Publications/Pages/SeriousCaseReview.aspx Improving local safeguarding outcomes: Developing a Strategic quality assurance framework to safeguard children. January 2011. Local Government Improvement and Development Serious Case Review Tool kit. London Safeguarding Children Board New Learning from Serious Case Reviews: a two year report 2009-2011. Marion Brandon et al. July 2012. DFE. The voice of the child: learning lessons from serious case reviews. April 2011, Ofsted
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