Specialist squads to be brought in to tackle failing social services


David Cameron will set out the plans that work in the same way that failing state schools can be stripped of town hall control

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Failing social services will get six months to improve or they will be taken over by specialist squads.

 

David Cameron will set out the plans that work in the same way that failing state schools can be stripped of town hall control.

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3 Responses to Specialist squads to be brought in to tackle failing social services

  1. towardchange says:

    High-calibre graduates’
    In future, emergency inspections of children’s services by the care watchdog Ofsted will be more easily triggered following complaints from whistleblowers or evidence of poor leadership.
    Where councils do not make significant improvements within six months, there will be similar measures to those used to deal with failing schools.
    High-performing councils, including Hampshire, Leeds and Durham, child protection experts and charities will be asked to form trusts to take over the worst children’s services and will have powers to get rid of staff.
    Like academy schools, such councils will be given greater freedom to innovate.
    More than £100m is to be spent attracting high-calibre graduates into social work.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-35088879

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