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JOINT AREA REVIEW. REPORT FEEDBACK SUMMARY AND UPDATE. Process. Draft report went through scrutiny and challenge process within OFSTED and other inspectorates Report draft came to Local Authority and was checked for accuracy by Council and partners

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Joint area review

JOINT AREA REVIEW

REPORT FEEDBACK SUMMARY AND UPDATE

Thurrock Children and Young People Strategic Partnership – JAR 2006-2007


Process

Process

  • Draft report went through scrutiny and challenge process within OFSTED and other inspectorates

  • Report draft came to Local Authority and was checked for accuracy by Council and partners

  • Further meeting of Council JAR leads with lead inspector to review draft

  • Final report presented to lead reps from Partner agencies, Council and elected members

Thurrock Children and Young People Strategic Partnership – JAR 2006-2007


Context

Context

  • Report now in public domain

  • Available and accessible

  • Reported on in press

  • Disseminating key messages for all staff across partnership

  • Moving on from JAR at pace

Thurrock Children and Young People Strategic Partnership – JAR 2006-2007


Be healthy strengths

Be Healthy Strengths

  • Children and young people generally healthy

  • Effective parent support programmes

  • Implemented a range of effective strategies which have had an impact of health outcomes

  • Implemented some effective strategies that have had an impact on health promotion

  • Some effective work for specific groups within our community

Thurrock Children and Young People Strategic Partnership – JAR 2006-2007


Be healthy areas for improvement

Be Healthy Areas for Improvement

  • Oral health outcomes

  • Increased preventative work and improve outcomes in some areas

  • Child Health surveillance

  • CAMHS Service issues

  • Further development of joint working on commissioning

Thurrock Children and Young People Strategic Partnership – JAR 2006-2007


Stay safe emerging strengths

Stay Safe Emerging Strengths

  • ARCS / Common Assessment Framework development

  • Strategic Partnership arrangements

  • CRB Compliance

  • Provision for Looked After Children/Children and Young People with Learning Difficulty and Disability

  • Early intervention policy beginning to have impact

Thurrock Children and Young People Strategic Partnership – JAR 2006-2007


Stay safe areas for improvement

Stay Safe Areas for Improvement

  • Timeliness and quality of assessments and decision making

  • Quality assuring safeguarding policy and practice

  • Partnership arrangements responding to Domestic Violence

Thurrock Children and Young People Strategic Partnership – JAR 2006-2007


Enjoy and achieve emerging strengths

Enjoy and Achieve Emerging Strengths

  • School improvement impact in some areas

  • Young people’s views about schools and education

  • Information of parents and carers

  • Targeting of early years provision

  • Using data

  • Variety of approaches to support raising standards

  • Inclusion approach and practice

Thurrock Children and Young People Strategic Partnership – JAR 2006-2007


Enjoy achieve areas for improvement

Enjoy/Achieve Areas for Improvement

  • Prioritising education more explicitly

  • Improving support to schools in some targeted areas

  • School placement, admissions and forward planning

  • Support for pupils from BME communities

  • Range of sport, leisure and cultural facilities

Thurrock Children and Young People Strategic Partnership – JAR 2006-2007


Positive contribution emerging strengths

Positive Contribution Emerging Strengths

  • Emotional and social development support programmes for parents and children

  • Voluntary sector support

  • Youth Cabinet and some work on voice of CYP

  • Mentoring arrangements

  • Aspects of tackling anti-social behaviour and tackling offending

  • Support for some vulnerable groups

  • Support for LAC and Leaving Care

Thurrock Children and Young People Strategic Partnership – JAR 2006-2007


Positive contribution areas for improvement

Positive ContributionAreas for Improvement

  • Breadth of consultation and engagement of Children and Young People

  • Raising aspirations of children, young people and their families

  • Work to address race and hate crime issues

  • Support for Young Carers

  • Waiting lists for some therapeutic services

Thurrock Children and Young People Strategic Partnership – JAR 2006-2007


Economic well being emerging strengths

Economic Well BeingEmerging Strengths

  • Support for families and parents/carers of younger children

  • Some aspects of youth provision for EWB

  • Support from Connexions

  • Some aspects of progress at 14-19

  • Support for young people with learning difficulties and disabilities

Thurrock Children and Young People Strategic Partnership – JAR 2006-2007


Economic well being areas for improvement

Economic Well-BeingAreas for Improvement

  • Numbers of young people in Education, Employment or Training

  • Overall outcomes and progress at 14-19

  • Take up and access to work based learning

  • Provision for young people with LDD

Thurrock Children and Young People Strategic Partnership – JAR 2006-2007


Overall judgements

Local services overall

Council services

Health services

Being healthy

2

Staying safe

2

Enjoying and achieving

2

Making a positive contribution

2

Achieving economic well-being

1

Service management

2

Capacity to improve

2

2

Children’s services

2

The education service

2

The social care services for children

2

The health service for children

2

Overall Judgements

Thurrock Children and Young People Strategic Partnership – JAR 2006-2007


Bigger picture key themes

Bigger PictureKey Themes

  • The Thurrock Agenda

  • Borough – wide change

  • Multi-agency practice

  • Performance management

  • Involvement of young people

  • Plans and strategies

Thurrock Children and Young People Strategic Partnership – JAR 2006-2007


Bigger picture key messages

Bigger Picture Key Messages

  • Good feedback from CYP

  • Platform for the future

  • Post-Jar measures well underway

  • Positive and timely moves forward already

Thurrock Children and Young People Strategic Partnership – JAR 2006-2007


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