A number of strategies, plans, policies and frameworks are in place to ensure that service delivery to children and families in Liverpool is second to none.
Supports the national plan to improve outcomes for all children and young people.
Developed with multi-agency partners. Should be considered alongside other key strategies.
Procedures that should be followed when taking action to safeguard a child from harm.
Helps practitioners gather and understand information about the needs of a child.
Sets out our vision for SEND and the development of specialist educational support and provision.
To challenge and prevent homophobia, bullying and violence.
Outlines the agreed strategic commissioning arrangements.
How we meet the needs of looked after children.
Family and friends play a unique role in enabling children and young people to remain with people they know and trust
This strategy sets out sn effective Early Help offer for Liverpool’s children, young people and their families.
The council must ensure there is sufficient, quality, flexible and sustainable childcare for parents and carers.
Details of Ofsted registered early year's childcare places by ward and type as well as costs of childcare.
Designed to help schools to meet the needs of disabled pupils and raise their attainment.
Aims is to empower people to enjoy the best possible quality of life.
Plan produced by Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).
Ofsted regulate and inspect to achieve excellence in the care of children and young people.
The council has a duty to identify children of compulsory school age who are missing education and get these children back into education.
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