We want to hear from those who might recognise their role as being part of children’s social care, such as social workers and early help practitioners.
We also want to hear from other professionals who work with children, in paid and unpaid roles. This includes independent visitors, health practitioners, those who work in education and early years, the police and youth justice.
The workforce engagement plan sets out the three broad ways to get involved with the Review:
- Co-led events
- Online surveys and polls
- Focus groups
You can read more in the full plan above.
Getting in touch with the Review
We would like to work closely with Local Authorities, organisations, groups and networks that support and employ those working with children and families.
If this describes your role or organisation then please complete the expression of interest form below by the end of June and the Review team will be in touch about how best to hear the views of your networks.
Some of you may not be part of an organisation or may wish to share your views confidentially. If that’s you, please complete the expression of interest survey below and the Review team will be in touch:
We have also partnered with the What Works Centre for Children’s Social Care who will be running six polls over the coming months for social workers to feed in their thoughts to the Review. If you are a registered social worker and would like to sign up, please do so here.
What support is available to people who take part in the Review?
The Review has partnered with the NSPCC helpline to provide support for everyone participating in the Review who wishes to access it.
For more information visit the Independent Review of Children’s Social Care support page for adults
You can also speak confidentially to an independent qualified practitioner before, during or after the event by calling our free dedicated helpline on 0800 233311.
Sign up for updates
You can sign up for updates about the Review here.
Contact the Review
You can email the Review team at Review.ChildrensSocialCare@education.gov.uk