All children in Royal Greenwich, regardless of their background and circumstances, should have a happy and fulfilled childhood where they enjoy school and family life, learn, belong, grow and achieve so that they enter adulthood ready, willing and able to achieve their highest potential.
The Children and Social Work Act 2017 replaced Local Safeguarding Children Boards with new arrangements that place a shared and equal duty on the local authority, the police and the Clinical Commissioning Group to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. In June 2019, new multi-agency safeguarding arrangements have been implemented.
We are justifiably proud of the achievements of the Greenwich Safeguarding Children Board. It has aimed to ensure that member agencies work together to keep children and young people safe, hold one another to account and ensure that safeguarding remains a priority. It has helped to develop a culture where values and priorities are shared and where cooperative and collaborative working is the norm.
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