Our Aims

In Lincolnshire we have high aspirations and a clear shared vision for all of our children and young people. We want all children in every part of the County to achieve their potential and to achieve this vision we will deliver services with our partners that are guided by our strategic principles:

  • Early Intervention and Prevention
  • Safeguarding
  • Aspiration and Wellbeing
  • Learning and Achievement
  • Best Use of Resources

We recognise that we can only achieve this vision through effective partnership working and the delivery of high quality services.

The Children’s Services Quality Assurance Framework has been introduced to:

  • Review and Evaluate Standards
  • Provide a consistent system for monitoring and evaluating our effectiveness
  • Prioritise and facilitate continuous improvements within Children’s Services
  • Support organisational learning and inform our Workforce Development Strategy

How do we actively manage quality?

Our approach to Quality Assurance includes two main components:

  1. Performance Data
  2. The Quality Assurance Process

Performance data is considered the starting point in relation to assuring quality. Reporting against targets, metrics, programmes and activities in addition to analysing historical data to identify trends is used to help improve, maintain and transform services.

The Quality Assurance Process has been introduced to help ensure that services provided by Children’s Services are fit for purpose, value for money, are meeting the needs of children, young people and families and are improving outcomes. This process is complimented through the work of the Young Inspectors, which gives young people the opportunity to influence the services that they receive..

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Last updated: 4 November 2015

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