Children and families
Children and Young People's Partnership Plan
Our plan identifies what organisations are going to do to deliver services to improve outcomes for the most vulnerable, and how they are going to do it.
The 2015- 18 Children & Young People's Partnership Plan (CYPPP)
The 2015-18 Children & Young People's Partnership Plan' (CYPPP), as with the previous plans, has been agreed and will be monitored by the partnership known as the Gloucestershire's Children's Partnership (GCP). This is a partnership of the key organisations providing services for, and which have an impact on, children and young people and families in Gloucestershire. The Plan focuses on areas where better partnership working will really make a difference to the outcomes for our vulnerable children and young people. The Plan is linked to the strategy of the Health & Wellbeing Board. It will be reviewed each year to meet new challenges.
- Gloucestershire Early Help and Children and Young People’s Partnership Plan: 2015-18 [1Mb]
- Find out more about the partnership
Further documents related to the Partnership Plan
Safeguarding children procedure
The Gloucestershire Safeguarding Children Partnership (GSCP) was established in 2006 in response to the Every Child Matters reforms and the Children Act 2004.
Each Local Authority must establish a Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) made up of professionals from partner agencies responsible for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people including protection from harm.
The GSCP web site has details of the safeguarding children procedures & polices for Gloucestershire.