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Forging ahead in 2017

Young Lancashire is pleased to announce that following on from the review of its priorities in 2016, which are outlined in its Annual Report we have now started the process of transition to the new ways of working outlined in the report. One of the main changes has been to reconfigure the staffing structure within the Charity, resulting in the loss of the CEO role and the establishment of the post Youth Engagement & Development Manager. The main focus of this new role is:

 

Happy New Year 2017

Happy New Year 2017... As we return to work and the grind of the everyday, I thought I would review an article I wrote for Children England on devolution in 2016.

Local News - November 2016

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Latest News - August Round Up

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Local News - December 2016

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Local News - August 2016

Summer Fun Lancashire Children's Trust recognises the many positive outcomes that children and young people can achieve through accessing activities and learning during the school holidays.

LANCASHIRE POST IMPROVEMENT INSPECTION BOARD

Lancashire County Council (LCC) received an unsatisfactory OFSTED inspection last year for its Children’s Services.  This requires certain measures to be put in place to enable continuous improvement prior to the next inspection, as well as scrutiny of progress made, a key requirement of which was the formation of an Improvement Board.  

Children's Social Care - partner survey

Lancashire’s Children’s Social Care Improvement Board is working hard to improve the way we support and protect vulnerable children. To achieve this it is important that Lancashire County Council's children's social care works effectively with a range of other partners.
The link below takes you to a questionnaire which has been agreed by the Improvement Board and which it is intended will provide a snapshot of the current relationship between children's social care and those partners working alongside them.
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