Supporting children, young people and families with safeguarding and child protection needs is important, necessary and complex work. Consequently professionals and organisations need to reflect on the quality of their services and learn from their own practice and that of others. This includes sharing good practice as well as analysing, and learning from, when things go wrong, both nationally and locally. This Learning and Improvement Framework sets out the Plymouth Safeguarding Children Board commitment to, and statutory obligations to ensuring learning and improvement not only takes place, but does so in a blame free, child centred culture. It describes where practice learning comes from, how it should be disseminated and embedded into practice and the arrangements in place to evaluate and monitor quality and improvement.
Learning and Improvement Framework