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Amendments

May 2020

Caption: May 2020 amendments
   
Updated Chapters
Chapter Name Details
Early Help and Threshold Criteria for Intervention Document This guidance has been updated.
Child and Family Assessment This chapter has been updated in line with the new digital referral system for reporting potential victims of modern slavery.
Complaints and Representations This chapter has been updated with information on the current provider of independent Childrens Advocacy Service.
Unaccompanied Migrant Children and Child Victims of Trafficking and Modern Slavery This chapter has been updated to take account of the new NRM digital referral form to report modern slavery.
Advocacy and Independent Visitors This chapter has been updated with information on the current provider of independent Childrens Advocacy Service.
Notifications of Significant Events This chapter has been updated to reflect revised guidance issued by Ofsted to Children’s Homes Providers in August 2019.
Education of Looked After and Previously Looked After Children This chapter has been updated to reflect Keeping Children Safe in Education 2019 which replaces the 2018 version. Section 8, Safeguarding the Looked After Child at School has been amended to include reference to Upskirting (which is now a criminal offence) and serious violence.
Allegations Against Foster Carers This chapter has been revised throughout and terminology updated.
Local Contacts This chapter has been updated with information on the current provider of independent Childrens Advocacy Service.
New Chapters and Features
Chapter Name Details
Strategic Partnership Boards A link to the Strategic Partnership Board website has been added.
Children and Young People Aged 0-25 with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities This procedure sets out the specific provision under the Children and Families Act 2014 in relation to children and young people aged 0-25 with Special Educational Needs or disabilities and their carers. For the purposes of the Act, ‘young person’ is someone aged 16-25. The Care Act 2014 introduced changes to adult care and support. This also includes transitions for young disabled people into adulthood, and support to carers.
Removed Chapters
  • Making a Good Referral and What Happens Next.

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