Research and analysis

Exploring delays in adoption: right on time

Ofsted survey report exploring the effectiveness of arrangements to avoid delay in adoption outcomes for children.

Documents

Right on time: exploring delays in adoption

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Right on time: exploring delays in adoption

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Right on time: exploring delays in adoption: report summary

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Right on time: exploring delays in adoption: report summary

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Detail

This Ofsted survey report looks at a sample of 9 local authority areas and their partner agencies. The report draws on evidence from cases and from the views of adopters, children and young people and professionals, including local authority managers and social workers, and representatives from the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service (Cafcass), the courts and the voluntary sector.