Children England provides a wide range of support to voluntary and community sector organisations working with children, young people and families.
Absolute poverty’s gone up and GDP’s gone up. The two measures both tell us something important, but neither tells us everything we need to know if we are to hold government to account for their policies, nor indeed if we are to redouble our efforts on child poverty.
Removing children from harmful situations is of utmost importance, but our efforts must not end there. A new vision is needed for children in care.
In 2014-15 Safe Network undertook four pilot safeguarding peer reviews. The following explores the details and draws conclusions. The safeguarding peer reviews were based on Children England’s adaption of the Local Government Associations local authority improvement model, but focusing only on safeguarding