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Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews

Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews

Any agency can refer a case that they think should be considered for review to the Safeguarding Children Partnership.

Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews are undertaken to:

  • Establish what lessons are to be learned from the case about the way in which local professionals and organisations work individually and together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children;
  • Identify clearly what those lessons are both within and between agencies, what actions are required and in what timescales and what is expected to change as a result; and
  • Improve intra and inter agency working and better safeguard the welfare of children.

The Berkshire West Safeguarding Children Partnership may also decide to carry out a review of a case that does not meet the Child Safeguarding Practice Review criteria if it feels that the learning from the case would be of benefit to local partners.

Links to local Reviews and Learning Event Documentation can be found below:

Recently Published Reviews:
Partnership Statement - Reading Aiden CSPR
Learning Briefing - Reading Aiden CSPR
Overview Report - Reading Aiden CSPR

West Berkshire
Partnership Statement - West Berks Bobby CSPR
Learning Briefing - West Berks Bobby CSPR
Overview Report - West Berks Bobby CSPR

Learning Briefing - Wokingham Aisha and Ciara
Overview Report - Wokingham Aisha and Ciara

Case Review Learning:
Case Review Learning Presentation - July 2022
SCR Learning Event Presentation - October 2019

Briefing Notes:
Clare's Law
Information Sharing
Voice and Experience of the Child
Working with Fathers/Male Carers

Other Area Reviews:
Bracknell Child A Learning Brief
Bracknell Child G and Child H Learning Brief
Bracknell Child M Learning Brief

Previously Published Reviews:
Overview Report I17 - Reading
Learning Summary K17 - West Berkshire
West Berks SCR 2017 - West Berkshire



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