The LSCB publish each year an Annual report and Business plan. It reports the delivery of its function to the Thurrock Health & Wellbeing Board and the Children and Young people Partnership Board and copies of these documents are available on this website.
Each year a Thurrock LSCB Annual Report will be published and made available on this website.
It will include an evaluation of the effectiveness of the safeguarding arrangements by all agencies within Thurrock and will outline key achievements and the challenges that remain and need to be address by the Board, Children and Young People’s Partnership and the Health and Wellbeing Board.
The report will be presented to Children's Overview and Scrutiny, Chief Executive, OFPCC, Chief Constable and Health and Wellbeing Board to help to inform local planning.
The Thurrock LSCB is committed to ensuring that its work is properly planned and reviewed and that its priorities and objectives both inform and are informed by the Children and Young Peoples Partnership Plan, a local safeguarding children needs assessments and any national trends or themes.
The Thurrock LSCB will agree on a clearly defined business plan on an annual basis, which includes identified work streams, the responsible member(s) and sub groups. A RAG (red, amber or green) progress rating for the sub-group and task group activity will be managed via the Thurrock LSCB Project Officer.