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An Introduction to
Hertfordshire Children’s Trust
Partnership
John Harris
Director of Children’s Services
May 15th 2009
Every Child Matters
A radical improvement in opportunities and
outcomes for children and young people,
particularly the most vulnerable
Be Healthy,
Stay Safe,
Enjoy and Achieve,
Make a Positive Contribution,
Achieve Economic Wellbeing
…and new requirements under the
Children Act 2004 for local authorities and
partner organisations to work together as
a Children’s Trust partnership
What is a Children’s Trust?
• Formal arrangement in which partner
organisations agree and implement local
strategy to improve outcomes for children
and young people
• Bring together all local services needed to
ensure children are effectively safeguarded
• Focus on key priorities based on analysis
of local need and delivered through
Children and Young People’s Plan
Herts. Children’s Trust Partnership
Parents &
Carers
Adult
Services
Youth
Connexions
LSC
Children
Young People
and their
Families
Police
Health
Children,
Schools and
Families
Voluntary
Sector
Other county
council services
Probation
Set priorities
and monitor
progress
Scrutinise our work to
safeguard children
Young
People’s
Voice
Outcome Lead for
each of Five
Outcomes and CYPP
priorities
Golden Thread to CYPP,
service and individual
plans
Children and Young People’s Plan
 CYPP is single,
overarching strategy for
all children and young
people in Hertfordshire,
on behalf of HCTP
 Focused on outcomes
for children, not
services
Children and Young People’s Plan
Safeguarding
Children and
Young People
Narrowing the
Gap between
Vulnerable and
All Children
Service
Management
Safeguarding
1 Children and young people are
safe from abuse and neglect
Outcome Lead: Ann Domeney
2.Children and young people
achieve their full potential whilst in
and moving on from care
Outcome Lead: Ann Domeney
3.Children and young people are
confident to respond to bullying
Outcome Lead: Gill Jones
Narrowing the Gap
4 Children’s emotional wellbeing and
mental health is well supported
Outcome Lead: Carol Hill
5. Children and young people have a
healthy weight
Outcome Lead: Hilary Angwin
6. Vulnerable under 5s well prepared for life
Outcome Lead: Alan Dinning
7. Vulnerable children and young people
achieve as well as others
Outcome Lead: Gill Jones
Narrowing the Gap
8. Children and young people with learning
difficulties and disabilities are empowered
to reach their full potential
Outcome Lead: Justin Donovan
9. Young people get a wide range of
opportunities to learn
Outcome Lead: Andrew Simmons
10. Children and young people make a positive
contribution to decisions about services
Outcome Lead: Ian Knowles
11. Children and young people thrive in spite of
family poverty
Outcome Lead: Andrew Simmons
12. Children and young people keep on the
right track Outcome Lead: Tom Rees
Current Key Issues
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Lord Laming’s Review of Child Protection
Integrated practice (CAF and Lead Professional)
21st Century Schools – Standards and Well-Being
Aiming High for Disabled Children
Children’s Health Strategy
Think Family
Economic Downturn
‘The Golden Thread’
Where do you fit in?
Look at the structure charts in your presentation
packs and discuss which outcomes your role
helps to address.
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