REPORT OF AN INQUIRY. BY LORD LAMING. Presented to Parliament by the. Secretary of State for Health and the Secretary of State for the Home Department. The Protection of Children in England: A Progress Report, The Lord Laming, March 3. The Government’s interim response to Lord. Appendix 1. The Protection of Children in England: A Progress Report, Lord Laming,. March 1. LORD LAMING’S REPORT – AN ANALYSIS OF THE.
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The Ministry of Justice should lead on a system-wide target that lays responsibility on all participants in the care proceedings system to reduce damaging delays.
Click the button below to be taken to your LMS dashboard. The Department of Health should prioritise its commitment to promote the recruitment and professional development of health visitors.
The Social Work Task Force should: March Lord Laming has called for a step-change in leadership and practice to help protect children from harm. It was published on 12 March Local authorities must ensure that?
Local Safeguarding Children Boards should include membership from the senior decision makers from all safeguarding partners.
The Laming Report – Summary
Monday 31 December When she died in Februaryshe weighed just 3st 10lb 24kg and was found to have separate injuries. A progress reportand its recommendations, are aimed at making sure that good practice becomes standard practice in every service. Lord Laming’s public inquiry found a repoort of missed chances for the authorities to save her life. The government must ensure children?
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Lord Laming singled out computer systems for recording information about vulnerable children, saying they were “hampering progress”. The introduction of a conversion qualification and English language test for internationally qualified children? Social workers’ professional practice and judgment were being compromised lamint an “over-complicated, lengthy and tick-box lor and recording system”, he said.
The Department for Children, Schools and Families must sufficiently resource children? About Every Child Matters Early Years and childcare Health and well-being Education, training and employment Safeguarding and social care Youth Research, resources and publications Strategy and working practice.
Lord Laming’s review of Baby P failures – Telegraph
Ofsted should focus its evaluation of Serious Case Reviews on the depth of the learning a review has provided and the quality of recommendations it has made to protect children.
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This document, and its recommendations, are aimed at making sure that good practice becomes standard in every service involved in safeguarding children.
All government departments to create a comprehensive approach to children through national strategies and the organisation of their services. It was Lord Laming’s first brush with Haringey Council in north London, which he severely criticised for failing to protect the eight-year-old years before investigating the same council’s failure to protect Baby P.
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Lord Laming’s review of Baby P failures
Baby P killers to be sentenced. He wrote in his report: Lord Laming’s review llord Baby P failures When Lord Laming found himself conducting an inquiry into child welfare services six years after his original investigation into the death of eight-year-old Victoria Climbie, his frustration was obvious. Lord Laming reserved much of his criticism for the workings of social reportt departments, which he said suffered from “low staff morale, poor supervision, high caseloads, under-resourcing and inadequate training”.
A lack of communication between social workers, nurses, doctors and police officers allowed her great-aunt, Marie-Therese Kouao, and Kouao’s lover Carl Manning to torture the little girl to death.
Chairs and authors must complete a training programme provided by the Department for Children, Schools and Families. Many professionals involved in the case admitted they were overwhelmed by their workloads, downtrodden by low pay and morale and did not communicate with one another. The National Safeguarding Delivery Unit should urgently develop guidance on referral and assessment systems and share it with local authorities, health and police.