The Government strongly agrees that LSCBs are a fundamental aspect of local multi-agency arrangements to help and protect children and young people. They occupy a central position in being able to assess the effectiveness of local help and protective services, and it is important that this role is strengthened.
C4EO can offer:
Ways C4EO can help:
The expectations on LSCBs are huge and C4EO is well placed to provide support to help review practice and move forward.
Specific examples of how we can help include:
a). Providing a data set that is fit for purpose:
C4EO can provide an external review of the current LSCB data set and performance reporting, with recommendations for change, ensuring that the LSCB has the information it needs to be able to monitor and improve performance.
b). Ensuring the LSCB and its members have a sound performance framework:
C4EO can help support the development of an LSCB performance framework and help to implement it, so that LSCB members are effective in understanding ‘the story behind the data’ and what they need to do about it, ensuring they are both effective and focused on the outcomes for children and families.
C4EO can also:
Examples of 'what works', what is 'making a difference' and 'approaches towards service re-design and/or transformation' for local authorities and other organisations across the country.
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