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The Children’s Trust Board is a partnership of organisations responsible for the delivery of services to children, young people and families. It covers the work of organisations at every level, from the development of an overall Children and Young People’s Plan to the day-to-day delivery of integrated services.
What is the East Riding Children’s Trust?
The Children's Trust Board is a partnership of organisations responsible for the delivery of services to children, young people and families. It covers the work of organisations at every level, from the development of an overall Children and Young People's Plan to the day to day delivery of integrated services.
The Children's Trust Board supports and encourages all services whether statutory, voluntary or private, to work together in partnership by:
How is the East Riding Children’s Trust Board made up?
Children’s Trust Board members include:
Is there a Children & Young People's Strategic Plan?
Yes. The Children & Young People's Strategic Plan 2017-20 is available to download via the link below:
The plan outlines our overarching ambition and priorities for children and young people in the area, an ambition that is centred on the feedback which we received from extensive engagement and consultation with children and young people. The voice of all our young children and young people runs through this plan and their ambitions are woven into our 10 priorities.
Our priorities address the most significant challenges we face in delivering improvements in all our services in the East Riding. They are all aligned to the core themes that underpin our ambition.
To deliver our ambition, the Children’s Trust Board has agreed 3 priorities:
Deliver an excellent educational experience for all, with attainment and achievement gaps narrowed
Provide the support that parents and carers need, when they need it
Promote good health and wellbeing for our children and young people, recognising the importance of emotional and mental health.
To enable this to happen, we will:
continue to challenge and support all schools and childcare settings to get to good or outstanding, as judged by Ofsted
ensure that this plan informs the commissioning of health and care services locally, adopting a partnership approach to improve health outcomes for children and young people
work with families most affected by poverty and its wider determinants
support families in making choices for children and young people
regularly review of all services for children and young people to ensure that they continue to make a difference to their lives
ensure children and young people have access to advice needed to support the progression to adulthood and independence
ensure effective safeguarding for the most vulnerable
minimise barriers to learning, especially for those with a vulnerability - building on the Aspire charter which aims to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils in East Riding
listen to children and young people and their families and respond to their concerns.
What other strategies support outcomes for children and young people?
There is a range of plans and strategies that support the delivery of the Children & Young People's Strategic Plan. The most important ones are held on the Children and Young People Strategy Page.
Appendix 4 of the plan also shows the current status of those in development, and dates when they will be finalised.