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Find out more about case reviews, how they are conducted, where to find them and what we can learn from them on NSPCC Learning.
Triennial analysis of serious case reviews from 2011 to 2014
14 July 2016 / News
Summary of main findings and recommendations from Department for Education’s Pathways to harm, pathways to protection, an analysis of serious case reviews.
Improving the quality and use of serious
25 April 2016 / News
Practical tools to help improve the quality and use of serious case reviews and reports sharing what we've learnt from our joint project with SCIE, funded by the DfE.
Learning from significant case reviews in Scotland
26 August 2016 / News
Summary of key findings and recommendations from The Care Inspectorate review of significant case reviews (SCRs) in Scotland.
Serious incident notifications in England, 2015/2016
11 November 2016 / News
Summary of statistics reported to Ofsted between 01 April 2015 and 31 March 2016 by local authorities in England.
NSPCC Chief Executive statement on Ayeeshia Smith case
12 April 2016 / News
A statement from our Chief Executive Peter Wanless on the Ayeeshia Smith case
Wanless review published
23 July 2015 / News
Review into handling of allegations of child sex abuse during the 1970s-1990s published.
Government responds to Wood Report on LSCBs and SCRs
27 May 2016 / News
Summary of Alan Wood's review of local safeguarding arrangements and serious case reviews and Department for Education's response.
Improving communication between agencies to better protect children
23 July 2015 / News
More needs to be done to improve findings from serious case reviews. Attend a summit to help us identify the barriers that are preventing good practice.
Government consultation on Working together guidance
27 October 2017 / News
Proposed changes to statutory guidance to reflect the legislative changes introduced through the Children and Social Work Act 2017 to safeguard and promote the welfare of children in England.
Flaw in the Law success: gap closed in Serious Crime Bill
4 March 2015 / News
New offence will make it illegal for an adult to send a sexual message to a child thanks to petition by NSPCC supporters.
More than 1,300 cases of sexual communication with a child recorded in 6 months after change in the law
2 February 2018 / News
We're calling on the Government and social networks to use technology to prevent online grooming.
1001 Critical Days manifesto to help prevent child abuse
11 December 2015 / News
The relaunch of the 1001 Critical Days Manifesto in Parliament has gained support from a record number of MPs from all sides of the House pressing ministers to adopt it as Government policy.
Online grooming cases increase by almost 50%
9 December 2015 / News
Online safety must be a priority for parents buying internet devices for children at Christmas.
Child protection in the UK
Info on the child protection system including how to report child protection concerns, referrals and investigations, care proceedings, case reviews and statistics.
40% of teenage girls pressured into sex
11 February 2015 / News
Physical violence and abuse also a factor in 20% of relationships, new NSPCC research finds.
Annual Report 2017/18
PDF / 6 MB
A report on the activities of the NSPCC in the past year, including a summary of accounts for the year ended 31 March 2018.
Summary of key points from Putting children first
29 July 2016 / News
Briefing summarising the key points from the government's vision for excellent children's social care in England.
Childline contacted every 30 minutes about suicidal thoughts
8 September 2016 / News
Suicidal thoughts among many issues in the 2015/16 Childline annual report ‘It Turned Out Someone Did Care’
Macur review: lengthy process could deter victims from coming forward
17 March 2016 / News
The horrors of the north Wales child abuse scandal will haunt our country for many years to come, says Head of NSPCC Wales.
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