Ofsted Annual Report 2017/18 Briefing

Ofsted's findings are based on inspection evidence from around 30,000 inspections based on visits to schools, colleges and providers of social care, early years and further education. The report also draws on findings from Ofsted research and analysis during the year. 

NYSCB has put a briefing together and has extrapolated the findings from a selection of areas within the report including local authorities, social care, neglect, knife crime and gangs, and children’s wellbeing.

The NYSCB brief can be accessed here

Latest News

New Local Safeguarding Partnerships

The merging of the Children Safeguarding Strategy Groups (CSSGs), Local Safeguarding Adults Groups (LSAGs) and the non-operational element of the Local Delivery Team (LDT) meetings to Local Safeguarding Partnerships will be taking place come autumn 2019.

Professionals Consultation Line Extended in the East of North Yorkshire

The MAST Consultation Line has been trialling over the past three months, initial feedback from callers has been positive with the majority of users finding the calls helpful to aide decision making on next steps around children and families interventions.

Early Years Safeguarding Self Assessment Tools

The Early Years Safeguarding Self Assessment Tools, one document for childminders lone working and one document for providers who work with more than one member of staff have been updated and are now available.

CSE Awareness Day 2019

Monday 18th March marks National Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Awareness Day and the National Working Group (NWG) has published a range of key messages that can be used by partners and organisations. For more information about the national awareness day...

North Yorkshire Criminal Exploitation & County Lines Practice Guidance

We are delighted to share that there is now North Yorkshire Criminal Exploitation & County Lines Practice Guidance available.

New Training: NYCC Safeguarding Children Basic Awareness - Online Learning

We are pleased to share that a new Basic Online Safeguarding Training has been developed by NYCC and is now live, replacing previous packages.

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