Children’s Services Improvement Plan

The recommendations of an inspection of Powys County Council’s Children’s Services have been accepted by the county council. 

Improvement Plan

  • Leadership, culture values and behaviour of the partnership ensure good outcomes for children and young people
  • Best practice is consistent in all areas of frontline services
  • Resources, support, good practice and improved outcomes for children and young people
  • Self-knowledge, informed by listening to and acting on the voice of children and young people drives improvement

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Findings of Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales (CSSIW) will be presented to a meeting of the county council on Thursday (October 19).

“We fully accept the regulators recommendations, their report is both hard hitting and challenging. We are sorry that we failed to meet the high standards residents deserve and apologise for our shortcomings,” said Council Leader Councillor Rosemarie Harris.

“The council is totally committed to safe-guarding children in our county, and I will be leading the council’s response to the recommendations of the inspection from the front as a top priority and that ensuring that the resources are in place to underpin this work."

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If you have any concerns that you would like to raise, please contact Mark Jarvis on 01597 827515

 

“The council is totally committed to safe-guarding children in our county, and I will be leading the council’s response to the findings of the inspection from the front as a top priority.”

 

Cllr Rosemarie Harris, Leader of Powys County Council

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