A brief summary of the main headlines and highlights for this week are shown below. Any tools, templates or documents needed for the actions required are provided here also. If you would like to know more about these workstreams or the others in the Programme, click on the main section icons shown above. At SESLIP we are always on the look-out for good ideas that might be better implemented regionally rather than locally. If you have any suggestions, please contact Richard Tyndall, SESLI Programme Manager.
UPDATE NO 329 23 November 2018
Reminders from previous weeks
Tools & Templates
There have been three reports published earlier this year on the state of financing in Children’s Services; they are:
- Understanding the drivers of spend in children’s services by LGA
- Public spending on children 2000 to 2020 by the Office of the Children’s Commissioner
- Storing Up Trouble by the All Party Parliamentary Group for Children
The MoC area of the Seslip website now includes the latest versions of key documents, including the:
The revised guidance Keeping Children Safe in Education 2018 was released on the 20 May 2018 and can be found here. The statutory guidance came into force on 3 September 2018. One key addition is a new part (part 5) on advice for schools on responding to and supporting young victims of sexual violence and harassment.
NSPCC has produced a briefing document highlighting the main changes in the new version compared to the current one. It can be found here.