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OSCB ‘big day of learning’ recorded sessions now available

Date: Wednesday, 04th Aug 2021 | Category: General

The following recordings from the OSCB ‘big day of learning’ are now available on our online training system

Session 1: ‘Improving our practice through learning from reviews’. In this session our keynote speaker, Annie Hudson (Chair of the National Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel) gives an overview of the panel’s Annual Report 2020: Patterns in practice, key messages and 2021 work programme, along with the national perspective on effective learning, emerging themes and concerns that require closer inspection.

Annie is followed by Lara Patel (Deputy Director for Safeguarding). Lara presents learning from local rapid reviews and child safeguarding practice reviews, providing a window on the Oxfordshire system and highlighting key points.

Hannah Farncombe (Deputy Director for Children’s Social Care), closes the session with a presentation reflecting on what local reviews tell us about our practice, and challenging us to ‘rethink’ our approaches to recurring themes and to build on our strengths.

Session 3 ‘The right help at the right time’. Lead by Emma Leaver (Service Director Oxford Health NHSFT) and Jayne Harrison (Trust Lead Nurse for Safeguarding Children) this session considers the learning from partnership reviews around neglect and early help, and thinks about the knowledge, support, skills and resources practitioners need to identify, name and act on early concerns.

Session 4 ‘Introduction to the mental health pathway’. This pre-recorded webinar introduces the joint activity pathway to support effective partnership working between children’s and adult services. It provides an overview of  the development of the pathway, resources to help practitioners “think family” when completing assessments or to support practice generally, introduces prompts to help consider whether the child/children’s needs are being met by parents/carers and looks at how the pathway can be used in practice.

To access these sessions, you will need to register or login to the training system here

Additionally, the Sway resource from the day is available via this link and can be found on our learning zone

We hope you find these resources useful.