Research and analysis

Involving children and young people to influence council services

Ofsted good practice example showing how the views of the Children in Care Council influence the delivery and design of services.

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Tower Hamlets CiCC - Good practice example.doc

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This example explains how the views of the Children in Care Council are used to improve outcomes for looked after children and care leavers. The council’s user involvement model has been recognised by the Cabinet Office as an example of best practice via the Charter Mark process, awarded for excellence in the delivery of services for six consecutive years up until December 2011.

Published 10 April 2013