On Wednesday 6th June 2018, School-Home Support (SHS) is hosting a free briefing on a Serious Case Review which identified lessons to be learnt for schools. The aim of the briefing is to highlight the implications from the report, how best your school can meet its recommendations and how SHS services may be able to assist you.
Target audience: Headteachers and Safeguarding Leads
Book now: Limited places available: complete the online booking form today
When: Wednesday 6th June 2018; you can book either 10:30am-12:30pm or 1pm-3pm
Where: Venue TBC
We will be discussing a Serious Case Review from Nottingham involving the death of a 7 year old girl, known as Child J. She was found dead at the home where she lived with her Aunt under a Special Guardianship Order (SGO). The coroner found that in the two years prior to death, Child J was the victim of sustained serious physical and emotional abuse. The coroner also concluded that during the 48 hours before she died, Child J was subjected to horrific violence resulting in multiple internal and external injuries and died as a result of an injury to her brain caused by blunt trauma which, on a balance of probabilities, was an inflicted non-accidental injury. Our session will look at the recommendations made to the various agencies involved, and how we can use this learning to improve working with families and young people.
If you would like any further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.