Hurry: Nuffield Family Justice Observatory consultation on supervision orders closes 8th March #Important

Dear all, The Nuffield FJO is launching a new consultation seeking views about supervision orders and their use in care proceedings.  The survey relates to those cases where a stand-alone supervision order was made in relation to at least one of the children involved in the proceedings (in other words the supervision order was not attached to another order … Continue reading Hurry: Nuffield Family Justice Observatory consultation on supervision orders closes 8th March #Important

Nuffield Family Justice Observatory launches consultation on supervision orders

Dear all, The Nuffield FJO is launching a new consultation seeking views about supervision orders and their use in care proceedings.  The survey relates to those cases where a stand-alone supervision order was made in relation to at least one of the children involved in the proceedings (in other words the supervision order was not attached to another order … Continue reading Nuffield Family Justice Observatory launches consultation on supervision orders

Government consultation on whether to continue relaxing children’s social care a ‘shambles’ | www.basw.co.uk

England is the only part of the UK to have amended children’s social care regulations during the pandemic. Relaxations that will continue after 25 September, based on the consultation findings, are the time taken for medical information in fostering and adoption assessments; use of virtual visits and extended time between Ofsted visits of children’s homes. … Continue reading Government consultation on whether to continue relaxing children’s social care a ‘shambles’ | www.basw.co.uk

Two-week rapid consultation on remote hearings in the Family Court launched

First published: 14 April 2020 |Family Court|News President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane The President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane is pleased to announce the commencement of a two-week rapid consultation on the use of remote hearings in the family justice system, starting today (Tuesday 14 April 2020). This research project … Continue reading Two-week rapid consultation on remote hearings in the Family Court launched

Consultation on Children Cases in the Family Court – Interim Proposals for Reform

The Family Division of the Courts and Tribunals Judiciary is examining proposals to reform children cases in the Family Law Court. The reform has been prompted by the rise in the number of public and private children cases in the Family Law Court, which has made meeting the statutory deadline for children cases difficult to … Continue reading Consultation on Children Cases in the Family Court – Interim Proposals for Reform

NIROMP Strategic Priorities and Vision 2019-22 out for consultation

Source:  National IRO Managers Partnership (NIROMP). Published on: 9th February 2019 NIROMP’s draft Strategic Priorities  is now out for public consultation. The consultation is open until 28 February 2019. The NIROMP regional leads approved publication of the Draft Strategic Priorities & Vision 2019-2022 document at a meeting held at the Department for Education on 28th January. The draft plan has … Continue reading NIROMP Strategic Priorities and Vision 2019-22 out for consultation

Have your say! NAAS consultation

To remind you that the DfE are currently consulting on the new national system of assessment and accreditation for child and family social workers and setting out how the DfE see it working in practice. It includes accreditation of IROs. The consultation closes on 14 March 2017. This is your chance to contribute to some big questions around; · … Continue reading Have your say! NAAS consultation

E-consultation: Draft IRO Annual Report Template|Version 4

Dear colleagues This draft is ready for the partnership’s members to take a final view on please. Comments and suggested amendments to be submitted via the e-consultation provided below by Friday 27th March 2015 please. Draft IRO annual report version 4 National IRO Managers e-consultation With thanks in anticipation fo your support. Sharon Martin