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Targeted Services. Martyn Stenton Area Head of Targeted Services (SE Leeds) m Starting point. What’s it like to be a child or young person growing up in SE Leeds … ..and how do we make it better ?. Family Risk Factors. Poor parental supervision

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targeted services

Targeted Services

Martyn Stenton

Area Head of Targeted Services

(SE Leeds)

starting point
Starting point ...

What’s it like to be a child or young person growing up in SE Leeds…

..and how do we make it better ?

family risk factors
Family Risk Factors

Poor parental supervision

Harsh/erratic discipline

Parental conflict

Separation from a biological parent

Anti-social parent

Low income

Poor housing

risks for young people
Risks for Young People

Leaving school with few qualifications

Involvement in crime

Alcohol & drugs

Poor mental health



protective factors
Protective Factors

Social bonding

Clear standards of positive behaviour

Involvement in family, school & community

Positive role models

Clear, high expectations

Social & thinking skills

Recognition & praise

or put another way
or put another way…

Experience of the education system and labour market

Society and culture in which we grow up

Relationships with parents and families

Experiences with peers and in leisure time


180,000 children and young people in Leeds

One vision , One partnership, One Plan - CYPP

5 outcomes, 12 priorities and 3 obsessions

25 clusters in Leeds (8 in SE Leeds)

Up to 75,000 people working with children and young people


Weekly obsessions tracker













CAUTION!- This report is based on in-year data that is still being validated . It is designed to be used by partners to help track progress towards our three shared priorities. It must not be used for any external purpose without prior approval of the Children’s Trust Board.

Children looked after as at: 19/02/13 - NEET as at: 22/02/13 - Absence as at: week commencing 11/02/13

elements of early intervention work
Elements of early intervention work

25 multi agency cluster partnerships (engaging early start, schools, other children’s services and other community services)

Support and co-ordination from a Targeted Services Leader (TSL) in each cluster

Common Internal Record paperwork and Common Assessment Framework to support co-ordinated work

Range of staff in universal settings and cluster teams

Cluster support and guidance arrangements

Cluster ‘top 100’ methodology - identify and co-ordinate support for vulnerable children and families

Swift access to support and intervention services where there is a need

targeted services1
Targeted Services

Cluster Based Working

  • Targeted Services Leaders
  • Attendance staff

Area/City-wide Services

  • Family Intervention Services - intensive family support
  • Multi Systemic Therapy (MST)
  • Family Group Conference Service
  • Youth Offending Service (YOS)
  • Families First Programme Team
  • Integrated Processes Team
cluster based working
Cluster Based Working
  • 25 clusters in Leeds, 8 in SE Leeds: Ardsley and Tingley, Beeston Cottingley and Middleton, Brigshaw, Garforth, JESS (Beeston Hill, Holbeck, Belle Isle and Holbeck), Morley, Rothwell, TemplenewsamHalton
  • Services typically involved: schools, children’s centres, health, voluntary sector, police, attendance, housing, ASB, social work service
  • Each cluster supported by a local resource eg. Cluster Manager and family support staff
  • Elected Members and Local Authority Partners (senior manager from Children’s Services) identified to work with each cluster
families first
Families First

National Programme (Troubled Families), interpreted locally as Families First, delivered locally primarily through clusters

Crime, ASB, Worklessness and School Attendance + local factors

Working with 2180 families over 3 year programme

Working with = assessment and lead practitioner in place

Element of Payment by Results when we can demonstrate positive change – 450 families claimed for year one to July 2013

Programme Board in place, year one implementation underway, year two cohort being identified

National Government commitment to extend this beyond 2015 and increase number of families involved