Learning from reviews

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Nov 2018

Learning from reviews

 

We are committed to supporting practitioners and organisations to improve practice and achieve the best outcomes for children and young people.

Reviewing professional practice, alongside personal reflection, allows for the identification of learning and best practice. Reviews can range from case audits and best practice reviews, through to lessons learnt and serious case reviews (SCRs) and can be undertaken using a range of methodology. However the purpose is the same, to identify how to achieve the best outcomes for children and young people.

See the latest learning from reviews undertaken by the LSCP. The learning highlights specific themes and identifies how practitioners can implement the learning to improve practice. 

 

Featured News

Leeds Safeguarding Children Partnership are hosting a range of sessions to provide a brief introduction to a range of topics. Book your place now! 

We are pleased to announce that we have Emeritus Professor Jan Howarth coming to Leeds to deliver a Specialist Workshop on the topic of Neglect.

There are still some places available on 23rd May, book your place now!

Calling all Third Sector organisations... Join us on 24th June for this year's Safeguarding Week event; Developing the Leeds Practitioners Neglect Toolkit