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Education and children's services

Children coming off a long-term child protection plan

N17 (former NI64): % Children with Child Protection Plans that have ended in the year, whose plan lasted for 2 years or more.

Our performance in brief

Wandsworth's rank in London: 3
Our previous rank in London: 4
London performance grade: A
Previous performance grade: A

Data period: 2015-16
Last updated: December 2016
Data source: DFE

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Councillor Mrs Sarah McDermott, Cabinet Member for Education and Children's Services says…

Councillor Mrs Sarah McDermott, Cabinet Member for Education and Children's Services
This has been a successful year with a good comparative performance in this key area, but there is a need for further improvement. Children who have been subject to a Child Protection Plan (CPP) for 15 months are formally reviewed with a quality assurance (QA) panel process, where the effectiveness of the CPP is evaluated and recommendations made if changes are necessary. This QA panel also includes police, health and education representatives. Cases are reviewed again at 18 months if a CPP is still in place.

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