What are the 5 key principles for Every Child Matters?
A helpful acronym to remember the 5 parts is SHEEP – Every child shall be: Safe, Healthy, Enjoy/Achieve, Economic, Positive contribution. Each of these aims is subject to a detailed framework whereby multi-agency partnerships work together to achieve the objectives of the initiative.
What is the Munro report summary?
Report setting out reform proposals to enable professionals to make the best judgements to help children, young people and families.
Who published every child matters?
Maynard, Lucy (2007) Every Child Matters: history of Every Child Matters. Horizons, 39 ….Abstract.
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How many injuries did Victoria Climbié have?
After months of torture, Victoria died of hypothermia at her aunt’s flat. She had 128 injuries all over her body. The Home Office pathologist who later examined her corpse described the case as “the worst case of child abuse” he had ever seen.
What is Lord Laming’s review of child protection?
Lord Laming’s review of child protection, published on 12 March, 2009 and ordered by government in the wake of the Baby P case, called for an overhaul of children’s social work. Along with the work of the Social Work Task Force, whose final report is due in October 2009, it is set to lead to significant changes…
Could Lord Laming’s proposals have prevented Baby P’s death?
None of Lord Laming’s proposals alone could have prevented the death of Baby P, but all of them together add up to a step-change in front-line child protection. No barrier, no bureaucracy, no buck-passing should ever get in the way of keeping children safe.
What was the date of the Lord Laming review?
By on March 11, 2009 in Child safeguarding. Lord Laming’s review of child protection, published on 12 March, 2009 and ordered by government in the wake of the Baby P case, called for an overhaul of children’s social work.
What happened to Laming’s recommendations on safeguarding funding?
All of Laming’s recommendations on funding were effectively rejected, to the chagrin of the Association of Directors of Children’s Services, which warned that core funding for safeguarding needed to increase.