UPDATED: ‘Considerable work still needed’: Ofsted turns the heat up on Bucks children’s services
2 Have your say A check-up on Bucks County Council’s services for vulnerable children has found improvements are being made – but several areas still need significant work.
Services for children in need of protection are under the microscope after they were labelled inadequate - the worst rating possible - in 2014 in a damning report which raised a litany of failures.
The monitoring report, which has been published on Ofsted’s website, found that overall, improvements were being made and social care is a ‘firm priority’.
But ‘progress has not met expectation’ across many areas which still... read more
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