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Joined-up inspection: plans, design and impact

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Presentation by Lisa Pascoe, Deputy Director, Social Care, Ofsted, and Nigel Thompson, Head of Inspections, Care Quality Commission at the Association of Independent LSCB Chairs Annual Conference 2015.

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Joined-up inspection: plans, design and impact

  1. 1. Joined-up inspection: plans, design and impact Lisa Pascoe, Ofsted Nigel Thompson, CQC AILC Conference November 2015
  2. 2. The plans: joint targeted area inspection (JTAI) •Ofsted, HMIC, CQC and HMI Probation •Key question: ‘What does my organisation bring to the joint task of keeping children safe?’ •Tight focused scope delivered in one week •‘Front door’; ‘deep dive’; leadership and management and LSCB influence •Joint audit during the notice period around the ‘deep dive’ area •Narrative judgement •Final report to all partners and LSCB
  3. 3. Scope of the inspection A tightly defined scope that will focus on areas likely to add value for the local partnership: how well local agencies identify children at risk of harm and the effectiveness of the response to this risk This will be consistent to all inspections AND the flexibility to respond to specific areas of interest or concern that may arise: a ‘deep-dive’ investigation on the experiences of a specific cohort of children and young people at risk of harm This will change for each round of inspections The leadership and management of this work and the effectiveness of the LSCB in these areas
  4. 4. The plans: progress to date •on-site testing in a local authority area was positive- these inspections have the potential to really add value •a full pilot inspection is planned for November/December •consultation responses generally positive but strong interest in having other ‘deep dive areas’ and concerns about burden of inspection •launch in January. Likely to complete up to three inspections before the end of the financial year •inspectorates potentially resourced for a maximum of one joint inspection per month alongside their own inspection
  5. 5. The design: ‘deep dive’ • first six inspections looking at child sexual exploitation and missing from home, care and education • flexible inspection model • potential to have a rolling programme of ‘deep dives’ in areas where we can add value through shared scrutiny, e.g.  those receiving early help  those living with domestic abuse  older children at risk  children at risk of intra-familial sexual abuse  child neglect  girls at risk of female genital mutilation
  6. 6. The impact: individual and thematic reporting •individual report for each local area- local accountability and transparency •aggregated thematic report about the ‘deep dive’ aspect •the ‘deep dive’ can reflect the interests of the sector, government, the public and the inspectorates- where we want to share learning and disseminate good practice. •designed to lever change in most challenging aspects of the system.
  7. 7. The impact: using our specialist resource widely and wisely •all the inspectorates are challenged by spending review targets •embedding the welfare and protection of children and young people across all of our single inspection remits is a priority for each of us •each of us has priorities relating to children and young people that are not captured by a joint inspection programme
  8. 8. Ofsted early thoughts: post single inspection and LSCB review •more proportionate – some universal - much less of it and addressing basics •complemented by targeted inspection in some places or by theme. Designed to lever change in most challenging aspects of the system •important that we maintain a focus on children looked after and care leavers •concerns lead to a fuller inspection - like a single inspection? - public assurance
  9. 9. small number Universal inspection Biennial? Depth proportionate to risk? Focus on the ‘front door’ plus a ‘deep dive’ into a cohort of children from the SIF scope? Self-assessment Pre-inspection information (including previous inspection outcomes) Significant concerns Single Inspection Framework (SIF) Individual LA report Overarching thematic reports Individual area report Joint Targeted Area Inspection small number Thematic inspection Number to be determined Ofsted only targeted inspection Individual LA report Individual LA report Potential inspection landscape 2017 Significant concerns
  10. 10. Inspection now and going forward: CQC •single agency  -  children looked after and safeguarding programme •special educational needs and disability inspection- joint programme with Ofsted •Think Child Programme
  11. 11. Your thoughts and any questions? Lisa Pascoe Nigel Thompson