Learning from Reviews

Please see the below link to an extremely useful article from Leeds Safeguarding Children’s Partnership on learning from reviews: https://www.leedsscp.org.uk/About-us/Learning-and-improving-framework/Learning-from-reviews

Learning resources

On these pages, we have highlighted some key online resources that we hope will help you stay up-to-date with key safeguarding issues and recent developments.

Voluntary, community and faith groups

Voluntary, community and faith groups play an important role within the community by providing services and support to children and their families.  They have a duty to ensure that they are able to keep children safe and that governance structures are in place in their organisations to ensure this happens.Voluntary, community and faith groups are […]

Unaccompanied asylum-seeking children

An Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Child (UASC) is defined by the Home Office as a young person under the age of 18 making an application for asylum in his or her own right and who “has no adult relative or guardian to turn to in this country”. These young people may have arrived in the UK […]

Support for families from the change and challenge team

What do we do? If a family is identified as meeting at least 4 of our 6 criteria, a Change and Challenge Caseworker will provide intensive intervention work with the family. We will aim to engage and grip the family, supporting them to turn their lives around.  The intervention will be of high frequency and […]

Signs of safety

Enfield Safeguarding Children Board (ESCB) and its partners, including Enfield Children’s Social Care have committed to implementing the Signs of Safety framework. The comprehensive implementation plan has been approved and endorsed and funding has been secured for the next 2 years to help move this important project forward. This means that we are making some significant changes […]

Safer recruitment guidance – employing the right people

All organisations that employ adults or volunteers to work with children should adopt a consistent thorough process of safer recruitment to ensure those recruited are the best candidates for the role and are suitable to work with children. For further information, visit Safe Network.

Practice Supervisor Resources

Practice supervisors play an important role in supporting supervisees to become emotionally resilient practitioners and ensuring that social workers provide an excellent service to children and families. New open access resources aim to support practice supervisors in key aspects of their role. Being a practice supervisor is a skilled and challenging job. They are responsible for the […]

Local offer for Special Education Needs and Disabilities

Enfield’s Local Offer provides help and support to children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND), and their families. We offer a wide range of services for parents and carers, as well as young people who want to live as independently as possible. You can follow our Twitter page for updates on SEND events, or provide […]