Research and analysis

Learning lessons from serious case reviews

This report looks at lessons learned from serious case reviews in babies under 1 year old and young people aged 14 or above.

Documents

Ages of concern: learning lessons from serious case reviews

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Ages of concern: learning lessons from serious case reviews

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Ages of concern: learning lessons from serious case reviews - summary

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Ages of concern: learning lessons from serious case reviews - summary

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Detail

Ofsted reports have consistently highlighted that babies under 1 year old and older children have been the subject of a high proportion of serious case reviews.

This report provides a thematic analysis of 482 serious case reviews that Ofsted evaluated between 1 April 2007 and 31 March 2011.