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A Council 'Pledge' to Looked After Children in York Developed by the Show Me That I Matter Panel

Meeting: 11/01/2011 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Children and Young People's Services (Item 34)

34 A Council 'Pledge' to Looked After Children in York pdf icon PDF 91 KB

This report presents the work of York’s Children in Care Council known as the “Show Me That I Matter” Panel, to develop a Council Pledge to Looked After Children.

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Decision:

RESOLVED:            That the Pledge to Looked After Children in York be endorsed.

 

REASON:      This is a document that will shape and inform the strategic priorities and work to support improved outcomes for Looked After Children.

Minutes:

The Executive Member received a report that presented the work of York’s Children in Care Council known as the “Show Me That I Matter” Panel, to develop a council pledge to Looked After Children.  The pledge described a series of undertakings by the council about the nature and quality of care Looked After Children in York can expect.  The report also set out how York’s Strategic Partnership for Looked After Children would ensure that the Pledge was delivered and monitored.

 

The Executive Member stated that she was delighted to note the maturity and thoroughness of approach that the Looked After Young People had demonstrated when working on the pledge.  She was also pleased to note that the Strategic Partnership for Looked After Children group would use the information to inform and shape a refreshed strategic plan to further support improved outcomes for Looked After Children in York.   

 

RESOLVED:            That the Pledge to Looked After Children in York be endorsed.

 

REASON:      This is a document that will shape and inform the strategic priorities and work to support improved outcomes for Looked After Children.


 

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