In this section you can access details of:
7 minute briefings:
These briefings provide a mixture of new information such as learning from Safeguarding Reviews, or a reminder of basic information with challenge questions for practitioners and teams to consider.
Seven minute briefings are based on a technique borrowed from the FBI. It is based on research, which suggests that seven minutes is an ideal time span to concentrate and learn. Learning for seven minutes is manageable in most services, and learning is more memorable as it is simple and not clouded by other issues and pressures.
Learning and practice reviews:
Salford Safeguarding Children Partnership (SSCP) will conduct a child practice review in the event of a child's death or serious injury, where abuse or neglect is known or suspected to be a factor.
The review will look at the involvement of organisations and professionals with the child and their family. The purpose of the review is to:
- Establish whether there are lessons to be learned from the case about the way in which local professionals and organisations work together to safeguard and promote the welfare of the children.
- Identify clearly what those lessons are, how they will be acted upon, and what is expected to change as a result.
- As a consequence, to improve inter-agency working and better safeguard and promote the welfare of children.
Good practice reviews are also considered when there have been exceptionally good outcomes for a child.
More information on practice reviews, audits, published case reviews and themes can be found on the SSCP Practice Review page.
Details of all the latest news from the Salford Safeguarding Children Partnership.