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receive any questions or petitions.
1. The deadline for Member’s questions is 12.00pm four working days before the meeting (19 June 2020).
2. The deadline for public questions is seven days before the meeting(18 June 2020)
3. The deadline for petitions was 14 days before the meeting, and no petitions have been received.
The public retain their right to submit questions for written response, with such answers recorded in the minutes of the meeting; questioners may participate in meetings to ask a supplementary question. Petitioners may address the Committee on their petition for up to three minutes Guidance will be made available to any member of the public wishing to speak at a meeting.
For the Select Committee to review the actions and recommendations tracker and forward work programme, making suggestions for additions or amendments as appropriate.
Purpose: To assess how well Surrey’s Alternative Provision meets the needs of Children and Young People in the county, and how well it enables them to maximise their potential in both adolescence and adulthood.
Purpose:To understand whether Surrey County Council’s current strategy to recruit and retain foster carers will be successful in improving the sufficiency of homes for Looked After Children.
The Select Committee is apprised of the latest CFL performance information, which consists of:
(a) External assessments of all areas within the Committee’s remit;
(b) Key indicators in children’s social care measuring progress made in Ofsted recommendations following the January 2022 inspection of Surrey Local Authority Children’s Services;
(c) Performance against targets in the EHCP timeliness recovery plan;
(d) Turnover of social workers and foster carers to measure progress in the Children’s Recruitment, Retention and Culture Workforce Planning Strategy.
DATE OF THE NEXT MEETING 17 APRIL 2024