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					Children and Young
  People’s Plan
      Refresh
    2009 - 2010
    IntRoduCtIon
    Welcome to Calderdale’s 2009 – 2010 Children and Young People’s
    Plan Refresh.

    This is the first refresh of the three year Children and Young People’s Plan
    (CYPP) 2008 – 2011 produced by our Children’s Trust. The refresh takes us
    one year on with updated plans for 2009 – 2010 to further improve the lives
    of children and young people in Calderdale.

    Our integrated multi-agency partnership approach has further developed
    this year by a self assessment in line with “Are we there yet?” which has
    given rise to governance improvements and the adoption of the title,
    Calderdale Children’s Trust.

    The Trust recognises that if we are to address and improve upon the broad
    and complex issues for children and young people we must plan, work and
    deliver together. This approach supports and contributes at all levels from
    the Local Strategic Partnership (LSP) sustainable community strategy, the
    Futures Plan, to its delivery vehicle the Local Area Agreement, (LAA) to its
    support of the Council’s vision into reality (V2R) program and into the
    CYPP itself.

    The 2008 Annual Performance Assessment (APA) was a disappointment
    however, lessons have been learnt and we are now moving forward. The
    Children’s Trust has reviewed the priorities in light of the latest evidence,
    performance information and consultation findings, and determined that
    the priorities remain. What has changed is how we shall achieve them. A
    separate document to this refresh details the revised action plans for 2009
    – 2010 that are in place to deliver improved outcomes.




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New governance arrangements for the Children’s Trust and a strengthened
relationship with the Calderdale Safeguarding Children Board gives a
renewed sense of confidence to meet new inspection regimes for 2009 of
Comprehensive Area Assessment (CAA) for the Council and from Ofsted for
Children’s Services.

Work has already started with the Children’s Trust to meet the new
Children and Young People’s Plan guidance, and strong links with partners
contributing to the Joint Area Strategic Needs Assessment (JASNA) means
there is strong alignment.

We are particularly strongly placed this year because of the development
of the Calderdale Challenge programme. The Calderdale Challenge
campaigns on behalf of the Children’s Trust to ensure that all of us who
work with children, young people and their families work together better
so we achieve our ambitions for them faster. Aside from promoting
change through its six themes, the Challenge aims to develop a culture of
partnership among our services and partners. With a Calderdale Challenge
champion in every team, we are confident that we will create better futures
for our young people, together.

In summary, our plans have been refreshed within this context to support
and deliver upon our vision that everyone is different and everyone matters.




         Lead Member for                         Chair of Calderdale
   Children and Young People’s                    Children’s Trust
             Services




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    CHILdREn And YounG PEoPLE’S PLAn PRIoRItIES
    Being Healthy

    Improve young people’s sexual health and lower the number of teenage
    pregnancies

    Make children and young people’s lives healthier and lower the number of
    children and young people with poor health

    Staying Safe

    Provide more support for children and young people who are on the edge
    of coming into care by improving family support services and referral and
    assessment processes

    Lower the number of children and young people who are affected by
    violence in the home

    Lower the number of young people who are at risk of sexual exploitation

    Make sure children and young people feel safe out and about, in and
    around Calderdale

    Enjoying and Achieving

    Make sure personal development needs and learning opportunities are both
    met and enjoyed

    Making a Positive Contribution

    Remove barriers that stop children and young people taking part in
    decisions about their lives

    Reduce youth offending

    Achieving Economic Well-Being

    Make sure 13-19 learning routes are effective and lead to improved
    outcomes for all young people at 16 and 19

    Improve support for all young people to get round barriers to make a
    smooth change to adult life and independent living


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MAJoR ACHIEVEMEntS 2008/09

•    Improved average point score at GCE/VCE Level
•    Reduction in Under 18 conception rate
•    Improved attainment profile for looked after children
•    Reduced first time entrants to Youth Justice System
•    Improved 5 or more A* - C GCSE grade including English and Maths




WHAt WE HAVE donE In 2008/09 to
ACHIEVE ouR VISIon
1.    Launched the 2008 – 2013 Calderdale Challenge change programme

2.    Developed and implemented our multi-agency parenting support
      strategy

3.    Further developed our partnership approach to supporting the families
      who are most at risk of exclusion

4.    Fully implemented common assessment and support processes
      for children, young people and their families across all agencies
      throughout Calderdale

5.    Developed and consulted on the vision that will underpin our Building
      Schools for the Future programme

6.    Transferred the current children’s social care client information system
      to the Capita ONE system and undertaken the associated support and
      training to ensure an improved transition




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    7.    Improved the management of child protection and safeguarding
          referrals to ensure all children and young people subject to formal
          child protection plans, and in care, have an allocated qualified social
          worker and that the quality and timeliness of assessments has been
          significantly improved

    8.    Established the Voice4U children in care council

    9.    Developed more robust processes for undertaking risk assessments
          of proposals for placements for looked after children and young
          people

    10.   Undertaken an in-depth review of placements for looked after children
          and young people, and children and young people with learning
          difficulties and disabilities (LDD) to ensure a cost effective, value for
          money approach

    11.   Improved performance and financial management systems and
          processes in Care Services

    12.   Implemented our partnership proposals for integrated youth support
          and targeted youth services with a focus on ensuring a shared
          approach to risk and resilience for vulnerable groups of young people

    13.   Started to mainstream the lessons learned from the Making Good
          Progress pilot project across all Calderdale schools

    14.   Implemented our local 13-19 strategy for reducing the number of
          young people who are not in education, employment or training

    15.   Developed more local provision for young people with challenging
          emotional and behavioural difficulties through the implementation
          of the BESD projects and the development of the new provision for
          excluded pupils at St Clare’s at Wellesley Park

    16.   Established a Summer University to raise aspirations for children and
          young people.




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WHAt WE WILL do In 2009/10 to
ACHIEVE ouR VISIon
1.   Respond to Lord Laming’s recommendations upon the protection
     of children

2.   Implement children’s social care change programme

3.   Increase the volume and range of short breaks for children and their
     families under Aiming High for Disabled Children

4.   Develop a locality model for integrated working

5.   Implement the Think Family approach through Family First Family
     Intervention project and implementation of the Family Support
     Strategy

6.   Extend the Making Good Progress (MGP) pilot for a further year
     and mainstream 1 to 1 tuition into all schools. The Assessing
     Pupil Progress (APP) aspect of MGP will also be introduced and
     implemented in all schools at KS2 and KS3

7.   Introduce the School Improvement Planning Framework (SIPF) in
     partnership with the Training and Development Agency (TDA) into two
     secondary schools and four primary schools. This will be developed
     as a pilot in the first year and then extended to a wider range of
     schools in 2010/11




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    8.    Continue to work with secondary school senior leadership teams to
          develop and implement a revised approach to school improvement to
          raise standards in secondary schools

    9.    Introduce the second phase of the 14-19 learning diplomas through
          Campus Calderdale and develop planning for the subsequent phases

    10.   Develop new arrangements with our secondary schools to minimise
          the number of children and young people who are permanently
          excluded

    11.   Establish year-round targeted activities programmes through the Area
          Provider Forums

    12.   Consolidated programmes of provision for young people on Friday
          and Saturday evenings

    13.   Establish linkages between programmes such as Summer Uni,
          July Project and generic provision in order to make a co-ordinated
          programme of activities

    14.   Implement our schools transformation programme, linking the
          Academy, the Primary Capital Strategy and, once prioritised nationally,
          Building Schools for the Future




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Actions that will be undertaken in 2009/10 to achieve improvement on key
indicators for BEInG HEALtHY and support priorities

Improve young people’s sexual health and lower the number of teenage
pregnancies

•    (CYPP BH5a) Deliver Teenage Pregnancy Strategy / Develop
     ongoing mechanisms for strategy development and delivery, through
     mainstream structures and commissioning arrangements / Implement
     40 point action plan for 2009/10
•    (CYPP BH6a) Develop model for school nurses to deliver Tier 1 sexual
     health interventions
•    (CYPP BH6b) Introduction of Chlamydia screening in schools by
     school nurses

Make children and young people’s lives healthier and lower the number
of children and young people with poor health

•    (CYPP BH1a) Develop breastfeeding strategy and action plan to
     address the inequalities of uptake and maintenance of breastfeeding
     across Calderdale
•    (CYPP BH1b) Recruit assistant Health Visitor practitioners to support
     breastfeeding
•    (CYPP BH2a/BH3a) Implement the Calderdale Obesity Strategy and
     action plans for 2009-2012
•    (CYPP BH2b/BH3b) Ongoing participation in the National Child
     Measurement Programme commissioned from Provider Services,
     NHS Calderdale
•    (CYPP BH2c/BH3c) Pilot 7-17 year old’s Carnegie Clubs and
     Residential Programme commissioned from CMBC (Upbeat)
•    (CYPP BH2d/3d) Pilot 7-13 year old’s MEND Programme
     commissioned from Provider Services, NHS Calderdale
•    (CYPP BH1c) Increase the range of health services from Children’s
     Centres




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     •   (CYPP BH4a) Develop effective partnerships to increase the number
         of 5-16 year olds taking part in at least two hours high quality of PE
         and sport at school each week and create new opportunities for them
         to participate in a further three hours each week of sporting activities,
         through school, voluntary and community providers and create new
         opportunities for all 16-19 year olds to participate in three hours each
         week of sporting activities through their colleges or in local clubs
     •   (CYPP BH7a) Ensure actions from the alcohol strategy are
         implemented to reduce alcohol related harm in children and young
         people

     KEY IndICAtoRS FoR 2009/10

     •   NI 53 – Prevalence of breastfeeding at 6-8 weeks from birth
     •   NI 55 – Obesity in primary school age children in Reception
     •   NI 56 – Obesity in primary school age children in year 6
     •   NI 57 – Children and young people’s participation in sporting
         opportunities
     •   NI 112 – U18 conception rate
     •   NI 113 – Prevalence of Chlamydia in under 25 year olds
     •   NI 115 – Substance misuse by young people
     •   Local indicator – Average number of decayed, missed and filled teeth
         in children under 5




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Actions that will be undertaken in 2009/10 to achieve improvement on key
indicators for StAYInG SAFE and support priorities

Provide more support for children and young people who are on the
edge of coming into care by improving family support services and
referral and assessment processes

•    (CYPP SS) Implement Calderdale Safeguarding Children Board annual
     Business Plan
•    (CYPP SS) Implement Calderdale’s multi-agency parenting strategy
•    (CYPP SS) Develop and implement the Family Support Strategy
•    (CYPP SS) Develop strategy for implementing key priorities for looked
     after children and care leavers outlined in Care Matters
•    (CYPP SS) Implement Aiming High for Disabled Children (AHDC) short
     breaks and core offer
•    (CYPP SS) Establish a Multi-agency Looked After Children Panel
     (MALAP)
•    (CYPP SS) Identify, develop and implement key issues for Care
     Services as a consequence of Lord Laming’s report “The Protection of
     Children in England: A Progress Report” (March 2009)

Lower the number of children and young people who are affected by
violence in the home

•    (CYPP SS6a) Implement strategy to support children and young
     people who are affected by domestic violence through prevention,
     early identification, intervention and support

Lower the number of young people who are at risk
of sexual exploitation

•    (CYPP SS7a) Implement the strategy for children and young people
     who are at risk of sexual exploitation




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     Make sure children and young people feel safe, out and about, in and
     around Calderdale

     •    (CYPP SS8a) Children and young people involved in monitoring
          implementation of the bullying strategy
     •    (CYPP SS8b) Appoint Anti-Bullying Co-ordinator
     •    (CYPP SS9a) Youth Council members receive personal safety training
     •    (CYPP SS9b) Youth Council members cascade personal safety
          training to area youth fora, issue based groups
     •    (CYPP SS10a) Work with West Yorkshire Passenger Transport
          Executive and other groups/organisations to influence Young Person’s
          Travel Strategy

     KEY IndICAtoRS FoR 2009/10

     •    NI 32 – Repeat incidents of domestic violence
     •    NI 59 – Percentage of initial assessments for children’s social care
          carried out within 7 working days of referral
     •    NI 60 – Percentage of core assessments for children’s social care
          carried out within 35 working days of their commencement
     •    NI 62 – Stability of placements of looked after children: number of
          placements
     •    NI 65 – Percentage of children becoming the subject of child
          protection plan for a second or subsequent time
     •    NI 66 – Looked after children cases which were reviewed within
          required timescales
     •    NI 69 – Children who have experienced bullying
     •    Local indicator for sexual exploitation – number of harbouring notices
     •    Local indicator – How safe or unsafe from being hurt by other people
          do you feel?
     •    Local indicator – What do you think of the public transport (such as
          buses, trains, trams, tube) in your area?




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Actions that will be undertaken in 2009/10 to achieve improvement on key
indicators for EnJoYInG And ACHIEVInG and support priorities

Make sure personal development needs and learning opportunities are
both met and enjoyed

•    (CYPP EA1a) Support schools to implement the primary national
     strategy
•    (CYPP EA2a/EA3a/EA4a) Support schools to implement the
     secondary national strategy
•    (CYPP EA4b) Support secondary schools to improve the quality of
     leadership and management of learning at all levels, but especially at
     middle leader level
•    (CYPP EA2b/EA3b/EA4c) Support schools to implement the
     recommendations of the QCA curriculum review
•    (CYPP EA5a/EA6a) Support schools to implement the Making Good
     Progress Pilot
•    (CYPP EA) Continue to develop targeted youth work support in
     schools
•    (CYPP EA) Development of increased role for schools and school
     buildings as extended schools
•    (CYPP EA) Implement new arrangements with our secondary schools
     to minimise the number of children and young people who are
     permanently excluded
•    (CYPP EA) Improve procedures for transition of children with special
     educational needs primary to secondary and into and beyond
     post 16 sector
•    (CYPP EA1b/EA2c/EA3c/EA4d/EA4e) Improve the achievement of
     children and young people within Halifax by the implementation of the
     Halifax Excellence Cluster plan including the leadership of the North
     Halifax federation of schools
•    (CYPP EA) Develop e-learning strategy across all children’s services
     providing access to learning platforms and delivering DCSF ambitions
•    (CYPP EA9a) Ensure robust personalised learning packages for
     all KS4 Looked After Children are delivered to ensure continuing
     engagement with education
•    (CYPP EA) Develop further access to extended services activities to
     young people with medical needs and Teenage Parents, to ensure
     opportunities for socialization and peer group support


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     •    (CYPP EA) Actively promote Equality and Diversity and create demand
          led learning via localised community planning
     •    (CYPP EA) Further develop the Skills for Life provision, in particular
          the ‘Skills for Life’ provision within the Family Learning plans
     •   (CYPP EA) Continue to explore the opportunities to develop adult
          employment skills
     •    (CYPP EA) Develop and improve progression routes from Family
          Learning with schools and NLDC/PCDL partners in provision below
          Level 2 and to create collaborative learning programmes through the
          partnerships
     •    (CYPP EA) Continue to support the development of Community
          Based Family Learning and parenting programmes in disadvantaged
          communities in Todmorden, North Halifax, West Central Halifax and
          Brighouse and Rastrick

     KEY IndICAtoRS FoR 2009/10

     •   NI 73 – Achievement at Level 4 or above in both English and Maths at
         Key Stage 2
     •   NI 75 – Achievement of 5 or more A* - C grades at GCSE or equivalent
         including English and Maths
     •   NI 76 – Reduction in number of schools where fewer than 55% of
         pupils achieve Level 4 or above in both English and Maths at KS2
     •   NI 78 – Reduction in number of schools where fewer than 30% of
         pupils achieve 5 or more A* - C grades at GCSE and equivalent
         including GCSEs in English and Maths
     •   NI93 – Progression by 2 levels in English between Key Stage 1 and
         Key Stage 2
     •   NI 94 – Progression by 2 levels in Maths between Key Stage 1 and
         Key Stage 2
     •   NI 99 – Looked After Children reaching level 4 in English
         at Key Stage 2
     •   NI 100 – Looked After Children reaching level 4 in Maths
         at Key Stage 2
     •   NI 101 – Looked After Children achieving 5 A* - C GCSEs (or
         equivalent) at Key Stage 4 (including English and Maths)
     •   NI 102 – Achievement gap between pupils eligible for free school
         meals and their peers achieving the expected level at Key Stage 2
     •   NI 102 – Achievement gap between pupils eligible for free school
         meals and their peers achieving the expected level at Key Stage 4


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Actions that will be undertaken in 2009/10 to achieve improvement on key
indicators for MAKInG A PoSItIVE ContRIButIon and support priorities

Remove barriers that stop children and young people taking part in
decisions about their lives

•    (CYPP MAPC1a) Strengthen mechanisms for consultation and
     participation of young people in the development, delivery and review
     of services
•    (CYPP MAPC1b) Develop Aim Higher 10 year strategy for positive
     activities for young people working with partners
•    (CYPP MAPC1c) Ensure the range of opportunities for young people
     to participate in volunteering is publicised and extended

Reduce youth offending

•    CYPP MAPC2a) Target evidence based services i.e.– Alcohol
     Education Project / Review Acceptable Behaviour Contracts work
     aimed at reducing anti-social behaviour
•    (CYPP MAPC2b) Increase level of targeted services towards 8-12 year
     olds assessed as at risk of offending behaviour
•    (CYPP MAPC3a) Develop improved communication and a consistent
     approach to offending behaviour

KEY IndICAtoRS FoR 2009/10

•    NI 19 – Rate of proven re-offending by young offenders
•    NI 110 – Young people’s participation in positive activities
•    NI 111 – First time entrants to the Youth Justice System aged 10 – 17




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     Actions that will be undertaken in 2009/10 to achieve improvement on key
     indicators for ACHIEVInG EConoMIC WELL-BEInG and support priorities
     Make sure 13-19 learning routes are effective and lead to improved
     outcomes for all young people at 16 and 19
     •    (CYPP AEW1a/AEW2a/AEW3a/AEW4a) Review the governance
          and leadership strategy for 14-19 learning and skills in the light of
          Machinery of Government Changes by updating the 14-19 Education
          Plan and Local Area Statement of Need to reflect latest developments
     •    (CYPP AEW1b) Ensure a broadening of the level 2 course offer
          for post 16 study by analysing the curriculum audit for Calderdale
          learning providers including sixth forms and the college and that
          appropriate courses are commissioned to meet demands where no
          existing courses are delivered
     •    (CYPP AEW1c/AEW2b/AEW4b) Ensure highest quality teaching and
          learning by providing a framework for support to include conferences,
          lead departments, network opportunities, Continuing Professional
          Development (CPD), coaching and mentoring and information sharing
     •    (CYPP AEW1d/AEW2c/AEW4c) Development of a quality control
          reporting system and a quality assurance development plan
     •    (CYPP AEW3b) Develop and implement a 2009/10 Young People
          not in education, employment or training (NEET) strategy plan for
          Calderdale to ensure continuance of current effective provision and
          commissioning of additional programme 14-19
     Improve support for all young people to get round barriers to make a
     smooth change to adult life and independent living
     •    (CYPP AEW5a) Implement the joint strategy with Adult Care services
          to support transition for young people and their families with
          ongoing support and care as an adult with learning difficulties or with
          disabilities

     KEY IndICAtoRS FoR 2009/10
     •    NI 79 – Achievement of a Level 2 qualification by the age of 19
     •    NI 80 – Achievement of a Level 3 qualification by the age of 19
     •    NI 117 – 16 to 18 year olds who are not in education, training or
          employment (NEET)
     •    NI 148 – Care leavers in employment, education or training
     •    Local indicator – The total average point score per student at GCE/
          VCE for young people aged 16 – 18


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Actions that will be undertaken in 2009/10 to achieve improvement on key
indicators for SERVICE MAnAGEMEnt and support priorities

Ambition: ensure there are clear and challenging ambitions for what
partners want to achieve for Calderdale’s children and young people

•    (CYPP SM1a) Develop and deliver the 2008 – 2013 Calderdale
     Challenge change programme
•    (CYPP SM2a) Implement Children and Young People’s Services
     Directorate equality and diversity action plan in order to achieve Level
     3 of the Local Government Equality Standard
•    (CYPP SM2b) Undertake Equality Impact Assessments for priority
     services
•    (CYPP SM1b) Establish project as part of the Calderdale Challenge to
     agree, plan and deliver locality based integrated services across the
     Borough
•    (CYPP SM1c) Agree and deliver a multi-agency case planning process
     for children and young people. Calderdale Case Planning will develop
     and implement tools and processes that will help practitioners deliver
     integrated services and so improve outcomes for children and young
     people
•    (CYPP SM1d) Develop and implement the Council’s Corporate
     Learning and Skills Strategy
•    (CYPP SM1e) Undertake a review of current e-safety policies and
     practices in relation to all children and young people’s services as set
     against the BECTA recommendations and identify, if and where, there
     are any gaps in safety
•    (CYPP SM1f) Develop Targeted Youth Support (area panels) and
     central co-ordination
•    (CYPP SM1g) Further develop strategic partnership with NHS PCT in
     support of a shared agenda for children and young people

Prioritisation: ensure there are clear priorities identified to achieve the
Ambition Statement for children and young people and to contribute
to the Council’s corporate priorities supported by a robust delivery
strategy and the implementation of agreed planned actions

•    (CYPP SM1h) Implement the strategy for linking all Children and
     Young People’s Services management information systems and
     delivering ContactPoint locally



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     •    (CYPP SM1i) Implement revised Joint Commissioning Framework
          action plan
     •    (CYPP SM1j) Review terms of reference and membership of the Joint
          Commissioning Group as the executive function of the Children’s Trust
     •    (CYPP SM1k) Contribute to the development of Calderdale’s revised
          LAA and take lead responsibility for the delivery of the children and
          young people’s aspects of the LAA
     •    (CYPP SM2c) Implement an equality monitoring review to ensure
          appropriate collection, collation and use of data

     Capacity: Ensure that capacity is used efficiently and effectively and is
     developed to deliver ambitions, priorities and value for money

     •    (CYPP SM1l) Implement multi-disciplinary decision making process
          regarding placements for children who need to become looked after
     •    (CYPP SM1m) Develop a commissioning framework to identify
          preferred provider, service specifications and desired outcomes to
          meet the needs of children where LA provision is not available
     •    (CYPP SM1n) Undertake a review of directorate administrative
          support structures in order to achieve corporate efficiencies
     •    (CYPP SM1o) Develop directorate’s income generation capacity
     •    (CYPP SM1p) Develop and implement the directorate’s response to
          the DCSF e-strategy which aims to transform learning and children’s
          services by using ICT as an enabler
     •    (CYPP SM1q) Develop and implement Calderdale’s Children and
          Young People’s Workforce Development Strategy
     •    (CYPP SM1r) Establish a Children and Young People’s Services
          Workforce Development Team
     •    (CYPP SM1s) Draft the Children and Young People’s Services
          Directorate leadership and development strategy
     •    (CYPP SM1t) Develop work programme for Access and Capital
          project manager to ensure a focused response to identified priorities
     •    (CYPP SM1u) Develop capacity to support Calderdale’s Building
          Schools for the Future Programme
     •    (CYPP SM1v) Develop and implement service re-design of Care
          Services




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Performance Management: Ensure a consistent, rigorous and open
approach to partnership performance management

•   (CYPP SM1w) Set up directorate Commissioning and Procurement
    Unit to ensure effective management of contracts on behalf of the
    Children’s Trust
•   (CYPP SM1x) Produce monthly returns on costs and number of
    placements for looked after children and young people for Leadership
•   (CYPP SM1y) Implement Care Services Change Programme to
    reorganise Care Services to meet need
•   (CYPP SM1z) Develop and implement an early years single funding
    formula

KEY IndICAtoRS FoR 2009/10

•   Local indicator – Corporate Performance Assessment grading for the
    Council’s children’s services
•   Local indicator – The level of the Equality Standard for Local
    Government to which the authority conforms
•   Local indicator – Number of days sickness
•   Local indicator – Equality Impact Assessment 3 year (2006-09)
    programme complete




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     CoMMEntS FRoM YounG PEoPLE
     Every child and young person under 18 has rights and responsibilities – they
     are protected by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
     Article 12 states ‘You have the right to say what you think should happen
     when adults are making decisions that affect you, and to have your opinions
     taken into account’.

     Young people were asked ‘What have you got out of being involved in mak-
     ing decisions/shaping services/representing other young people in Calderd-
     ale?’

     Their responses were:-

     (Male 16)
     ‘builds skills to take in to the workplace, confidence to use these skills’

     (Male 14)
     ‘meeting new people, given me more confidence to talk about what
     I care about’

     (Male 15)
     ‘helped me a lot, made new friends, met new people, looks good
     on my c.v.’

     (Male 23)
     ‘confidence, responsibility, to see an overall picture of issues and how to
     deal with them, to meet new people’

     (Female 15)
     Something to do, helps out Calderdale citizens and the environment, helps
     me grow up, looks good on my c.v. , met new friends, loads of confidence,
     more chance at higher jobs, gave me more self-esteem, met new people,
     been heard, learned new skills’

     (Female 15)
     ‘given me confidence, meeting new people, given me something to do,
     keeps me out of trouble’



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                                                                                                                  CYP
                                                                                                               STRATEGIC
                                                         CALDERDALE FORWARD                                     GROUPS
                                                      LOCAL STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP
                                                                                                              Partnership for
         PCT BOARD        CABINET                                                                            Young People’s
                                                                                                             Learning & Skills
                                                                                                                 (PYPLS)
                                                          Joint Commissioning
              HEALTH & SOCIAL          CHILDREN &                 Group                CALDERDALE
            PARTNERSHIP BOARD        YOUNG PEOPLE’S        (Executive Function        SAFEGUARDING          Teenage Pregnancy
                (SECTION 75             SCRUTINY             of the Children’s           BOARD               Partnership Board
                 OVERVIEW)                                         Trust)

          PCT BOARD                                                                                          Family Support
     L            SAFER &                                                                                   Partnership Board
     A           STRONGER
     A
                                                        CALDERDALE
                                                                                                             Disabled Aiming
     T                                                CHILDREN’S TRUST                                      High Project Board
     H
     E           HEALTHIER                            LAA THEME GROUP
     M          COMMUNITIES                                                                                     CAMHS
     E                                                                                                         Strategic
                                                                                                             Commissioning
     L                                                                                                           Group
     E
     A           ECONOMY &
     D                                                                                                      Extended Services
                 ENTERPRISE                                     PURPOSE                                      Advisory Board
     G                                       Agree the priorities and actions that are needed
     R                                          to improve the lives and well-being of all
     O                                          Calderdale’s Children and Young People.
                                                                                                                  IYSS
     U                                                                                                        Project Board
     P          ENVIRONMENT                       Develop and implement Calderdale’s
     S                                          Children and Young People’s Plan (CYPP)
                                                 to address these priorities and deliver
                                                             these actions.                                    Calderdale
                                                                                                                Challenge
                                                                                                            Programme Board
                                                  Work within the delegations of the
     COMMUNITY              CYP               Group Director, Childen and Young People’s             CASH
       FORUM             SUB BLOCK                  Services to deliver the CYPP.                    CPHA
                                                                                                               Family Nurse
                                             Monitor performance of the CYPP and the LAA.                       Partnership




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     REFEREnCE LISt FoR RELAtEd doCuMEntS And
     LInKS to uSEFuL WEBSItES
     The following documents can be found on the Calderdale website -
     www.calderdale.gov.uk

     Children and Young People’s Plan 2008 – 2011
     Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)
     Futures Plan

     The Local Area Agreement (LAA) can found on the Calderdale Forward
     website - www.calderdaleforward.org.uk

     Links to partner and useful websites

     Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust –
     www.cht.nhs.uk/home/
     Calderdale Challenge - www.calderdalechallenge.com
     Calderdale College - www.calderdale.ac.uk
     Calderdale Community Forum - www.calderdalenetwork.org.uk
     Calderdale Primary Care Trust - www.calderdale-pct.nhs.uk
     Calderdale Safeguarding Children Board - www.calderdale-scb.org.uk
     Campus Calderdale - www.campuscalderdale.co.uk
     Community Foundation for Calderdale - www.cffc.co.uk
     Learning and Skills Council - www.lsc.gov.uk
     West Yorkshire Police - www.westyorkshire.police.uk
     West Yorkshire Probation Service - www.westyorksprobation.org.uk
     Voluntary Action Calderdale - www.cvac.org.uk




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