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National Panel  

 

The Panel was established under the Children and Social Work Act 2017 and operates under the relevant legislation and statutory guidance. The Panel has the power to commission reviews of serious child safeguarding cases and to work with local safeguarding partners to improve learning and professional practice arising from such cases. 

 

Six key practice themes to make a difference (as identified by The National Panel).

 

 

Section 5 of the full report provides an extended outline of each theme, with learning drawn from reviews and illustrative case studies. These themes reflect the findings in a qualitative review of 135 Rapid Reviews and 34 Local Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews (LCSPRs) undertaken for the Panel by a team from University of East Anglia and University of Birmingham.