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If you have any feedback regarding our resources, content or services, please contact us. CURRICULUM Links, resources and support for curriculum areas. PRIMARY ENGLISH Information, projects and resources to support Primary English. PRIMARY MATHEMATICS Information and resources to support Primary Mathematics. PROJECTS AND INITIATIVES Information of local and nationally run projects and initiatives. SECONDARY Information, projects and resources to support Secondary subjects.

LPDS NATIONAL CURRICULUM SUPPORT MATERIALS Resources for developing a whole school curriculum. SHARING GOOD PRACTICE Information about the LPDS Award. Professionals and organisations protecting children need to reflect on the quality of their services and learn from their own practice and that of others. Good practice should be shared so that there is a growing understanding of what works well. Conversely, when things go wrong there needs to be a rigorous, objective analysis of what happened and why, so that important lessons can be learnt and services improved to reduce the risk of future harm to children. These processes should be transparent, with findings of reviews shared publicly.

The findings are not only important for the professionals involved locally in cases. Everyone across the country has an interest in understanding both what works well and also why things can go wrong. This framework should enable organisations to be clear about their responsibilities, to learn from experience and improve services as a result. The local framework should cover the full range of reviews and audits which are aimed at driving improvements to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. It is important that LSCBs understand the criteria for determining whether a statutory review is required and always conduct those reviews when necessary. LSCBs should also conduct reviews of cases which do not meet the criteria for an SCR, but which can provide valuable lessons about how organisations are working together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. Although not required by statute these reviews are important for highlighting good practice as well as identifying improvements which need to be made to local services.

Reviews are not ends in themselves. The purpose of these reviews is to identify improvements which are needed and to consolidate good practice. LSCBs and their partner organisations should translate the findings from reviews into programmes of action which lead to sustainable improvements and the prevention of death, serious injury or harm to children. Where the LSCB has a secure establishment within their area this improvement activity should include an annual review of the use of restraint within that establishment and a report of findings to the Youth Justice Board. They should understand how they are going to be involved and their expectations should be managed appropriately and sensitively. British Association for the Study and Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect in Family involvement in case reviews, BASPCAN, for further information on involving families in reviews.

LSCBs may use any learning model which is consistent with the principles in this guidance, including the systems methodology recommended by Professor Munro. Residential Family Centres and Holiday Schemes for Disabled Children. The local authority should report any incident that meets the above criteria to Ofsted and the relevant LSCB or LSCBs promptly, and within five working days of becoming aware that the incident has occurred. For example, in the case of out of area placements where the placing authority is different from where the child’s care home is based.

There will, however, be notifiable incidents that do not proceed through to Serious Case Review. Contact details and notification forms for notifying incidents to Ofsted are available on Ofsted’s website. Regulation 5 of the Local Safeguarding Children Boards Regulations 2006 sets out the functions of LSCBs. This includes the requirement for LSCBs to undertake reviews of serious cases in specified circumstances. Board partners on lessons to be learned. Board partners or other relevant persons have worked together to safeguard the child.