Working Together to Improve Outcomes
Children and Young People's Framework
Kent County Council Committee confirmed on 12 December 2016, that the Children and Young People's Framework 'Working Together to Improve Outcomes' was adopted to 'Every Day Matters'.
The Children and Young People Framework strategy sets out the outcomes that we aspire to for all children and young people growing up in Kent, and the way that we will work in partnership to achieve them
Alongside the development of the framework, local partnership arrangements have been redesigned, with partners in each district coming together to form twelve Local Children’s Partnership Groups (LCPGs). Using this framework for our collective efforts to improve the lives of local children, LCPGs will be an active driving force for continuous improvement.
The Children and Young People’s Framework is one part of the county’s response to meeting the needs of children and young people locally. It is the partnership’s strategy, setting out the areas in which we can have a collective impact by working together. It touches on almost all areas that are a priority for us and demonstrates where there are links between different issues; such as child sexual exploitation and absence from school. Additionally, there is a great deal of work in the county with a dedicated focus on issues that represent significant priorities in the county.